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(Short List)   What's Danish, 45in tall and is going to save the world one cold beer at a time?   (shortlist.com) divider line 18
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2014-05-28 12:13:58 PM
beer midget thread!
 
2014-05-28 12:24:59 PM
That isn't going to work in Ga, unless you want warm beer.
 
2014-05-28 12:31:34 PM

oldernell: That isn't going to work in Ga, unless you want warm beer.


It won't work six months out of a year in Canuckistan either - unless you like beersickles.
 
2014-05-28 12:49:01 PM
Yeah I think we should stick with the beer midgets.
 
2014-05-28 01:02:39 PM
Couldn't one build a functioning root cellar in Canada or the southern U.S.?  I mean I'll stick with a cooler but it seems like it would work.
 
2014-05-28 01:32:24 PM
It's not going to work in Florida, unless you want watery beer... and it would be cheaper just to buy the Budweiser at the store.
 
2014-05-28 02:06:54 PM

brap: Couldn't one build a functioning root cellar in Canada or the southern U.S.?  I mean I'll stick with a cooler but it seems like it would work.


My basement in Ga is 9 ft underground and it rarely gets below 55 in the winter.  I remember going into root cellars and they never seemed cold enough to get a beer cold enough.  Seeing as how the thing is about 4 ft long and you would have to go down 10' or more it looks like it may be great in Denmark but not many other places.  I got 2 fridges in the garage anyways.
 
2014-05-28 02:35:11 PM

oldernell: I remember going into root cellars and they never seemed cold enough to get a beer cold enough.


"Cold", as it relates to the temperature of beer, has different meanings depending on the country and quality of the beer. Past a certain point, the lower the temperature the less you taste. For some beers, that's a plus.
 
2014-05-28 02:45:13 PM
Wow, that's a moderately cool ide...

FTFA: Available for around £210

What the fark for?
 
2014-05-28 02:55:59 PM

Emposter: Wow, that's a moderately cool ide...

FTFA: Available for around £210

What the fark for?


Uh, for the eCool.

You know, the device described in the article you just read?
 
2014-05-28 03:11:26 PM

spawn73: Emposter: Wow, that's a moderately cool ide...

FTFA: Available for around £210

What the fark for?

Uh, for the eCool.

You know, the device described in the article you just read?


www.twonkhammer.com
 
2014-05-28 03:16:21 PM
Yeah, because I'm going to store my beer outside, protected by that diabolical invention known as... a hand crank.

\keeps mine indoors
\\locks doors/windows
 
2014-05-28 03:21:44 PM

LZeitgeist: Yeah, because I'm going to store my beer outside, protected by that diabolical invention known as... a hand crank.

\keeps mine indoors
\\locks doors/windows


This is no ordinary hand crank, it's a $350 hand crank on a tube.  Premium crank, yo.
 
2014-05-28 03:40:43 PM

Emposter: LZeitgeist: Yeah, because I'm going to store my beer outside, protected by that diabolical invention known as... a hand crank.

\keeps mine indoors
\\locks doors/windows

This is no ordinary hand crank, it's a $350 hand crank on a tube.  Premium crank, yo.


Approves

www.film.com
 
2014-05-28 03:42:41 PM
www.canadiandesignresource.ca

Works with bottles and cans

/Only available during certain months.
 
2014-05-28 05:11:11 PM
~50* f not cold enough
 
2014-05-28 05:25:29 PM

oldernell: My basement in Ga is 9 ft underground and it rarely gets below 55 in the winter.  I remember going into root cellars and they never seemed cold enough to get a beer cold enough.  Seeing as how the thing is about 4 ft long and you would have to go down 10' or more it looks like it may be great in Denmark but not many other places.  I got 2 fridges in the garage anyways.


Okay.  I was honestly curious.

That said, 55 Fahrenheit is the perfect temp for a Belgian strong ale, which is my go-to beer as of late.

My go-to mid-summer hot as hell outside summer beers (usually Tecate or something ultra-light on the palate) should be near ice-cold.
 
2014-05-28 05:26:51 PM

Gecko Gingrich: oldernell: I remember going into root cellars and they never seemed cold enough to get a beer cold enough.

"Cold", as it relates to the temperature of beer, has different meanings depending on the country and quality of the beer. Past a certain point, the lower the temperature the less you taste. For some beers, that's a plus.


Bingo!

I keep a keg of Moose Drool in the shop.  In a hole blown through the concrete.  Sometimes in the summer I have to toss a bag of ice on it, not often though.
 
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