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Keep Beer Cool Underground With The eCool Can Cooler
This is the $350 eCool cooler. What does the e stand for? Environmental? No clue. Who cares anyways. The cooler, which is buried about 4-feet underground, can hold up to 24 cans which can be loaded or extracted via hand-crank. How cold the drinks get depends on the temperature of the ground around them, which I doubt will be that cool in the middle of summer. Who wants a beer? You want a beer? *tosses beer* "Jesus, GW, this is lukewarm." Yeah...I'd chug it before it gets any hotter. Just wait till fall though, bro -- shit's gonna be CRISP. Thanks to Mike J, who chills his beers the old fashioned way: in a kiddy pool full of ice. Heck yeah, toss me some water wings and I'll bartend.
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