Ah, camping. What better way to escape the busyness of everyday life than by packing up a tent and heading off into the wilderness?
The freedom of the great outdoors is unparalleled, especially when it comes to enjoying a cold beer after a long day of exploring.
But how do you keep your beer cold in the middle of nowhere? This guide will explain just that!
Ice or Refrigeration?
The most common way to keep beer cold while camping is to use ice. There are two main types of ice you can use for this purpose: block ice and cubed ice.
Block ice lasts longer due to its denser nature, so if you want your beers to stay cool for extended periods of time, block ice is the way to go. Cubed ice is cheaper and easier to transport, so if you don’t need your beer cold all day long, cubed ice should do just fine.
Another option is to bring along a portable refrigerator or cooler with you on your camping trip. Portable refrigerators are usually powered by either electricity or propane gas, so make sure you check what type of power source your fridge needs before heading out into the wilds!
These refrigerators usually have space for food as well as beverages, making them ideal for those who want more than just beer on their camping trip.
If you don’t want to lug around a heavy cooler full of ice or a bulky mini-fridge, insulated containers are another great option for keeping beers cold while camping.
Insulated containers come in various sizes and styles, from soft-sided coolers that look like backpacks all the way up to large hard-shell coolers that can keep dozens of beers icy cold for days on end.
If you plan on staying at campgrounds with electricity hookups then plugging in an electric cooler might be an even better option – they’re lightweight and efficient!
No matter what type of container or cooling system you choose, having a cold beer while camping is essential! From block ice to portable refrigerators and insulated containers – there are plenty of options available depending on your needs and budget.
So next time you head out into nature for some rest and relaxation (and delicious brews), make sure that your beer stays nice and chilled! Cheers!