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It seems like there are quite a few Kickstarter campaigns going on that the product would be a good fit for tailgating. Here comes another one and this time it is for a can koozie that has a digital thermometer embedded in it and also a device that chills your beer in the koozie. Check out their Kickstarter video.

The Koolernaut is a potential new product but the inventor is a familiar one to those longtime TailgatingIdeas.com readers. The inventor is also the same guy that sells the Beer Outlaw. We reviewed the Beer Outlaw back in 2009 and it passed with flying colors.

If you think this idea of the Koolernaut has some legs, drop some funding on these guys so they can put it into manufacturing.

Custom Can Koozies

Posted by Dave On October - 8 - 2013

Whether your tailgating crew hosts a handful of people or a few hundred, you want your tailgate to stand out. Because most people prefer to wear jerseys or at the very least the home team colors, trying to brand your tailgate with apparel can be difficult and quite expensive. But why not brand your tailgate party with customized can koozies? We recently discovered Expressimprint.com where you can design can koozies online for your entire tailgating group.

express imprint Koozie Design

I know it is cliche to say, “it’s easy as 1, 2, 3″ but using the online design tools from Express Imprint it was just that simple.

Step 1: You choose the color of koozie you prefer.
Step 2: Add text to your koozie. It could be your tailgating crew’s name, your website, etc. You can even make it go straight across or arc up or down.
Step 3: Choose your graphics. Express Imprint has a wide variety of clip art to choose from that would fit with your tailgate party theme.

As you can see in the above photo, we chose a football themed graphic along with our website brand name to produce a pretty sharp looking customized koozie. And to be honest with you, the whole process took us less than three minutes to complete.

Another aspect of customizing your koozies is you have so many different koozie options to customize. They offer 10 different varieties of koozies including the thicker foam koozies and even koozies for bottles. So if your tailgating crew likes those expensive imports that only come in bottles, you can have a custom koozie for those folks as well.

Check it out and start customizing your can or bottle koozies for your crew in less than five minutes. Bulk orders reduce your unit costs and save you a little bit of money in the process.

Beverage Coozie Ice Pack

Posted by Dave On April - 18 - 2013

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Now that baseball season is here and College Football’s spring games are already underway, that means the age old battle of trying to keep your drink colder, longer is back again. The old fashioned koozie sleeve has served us well but sometimes the bottom of the can can still get a little warm. I was recently contacted by the folks who make Beverage Coozie Ice Packs to test out their product. We did a quick video to demonstrate how they work.

If you skipped the video, please refer to the top photo to see how they work. Basically the Beverage Coozie Ice Packs are small discs that are filled with a substance that you freeze and can reuse over and over again. Simply place one of these discs in the base of your koozie, insert your canned beverage into the koozie and the disc will keep your canned beverage cold from the bottom up. Quite the simple concept but a brilliant one at that.

We tested this product thoroughly and found it to be “Tailgate Approved”.

The Beverage Coozie Ice Packs are priced at $1.50 per disc. If you want to buy six, we sell them six (6) for $6. Shipping is $2.00 if you buy one disc or a six pack. To buy any number of these Beverage Coozie Ice Packs, click here.

Featured Gear Friday: Scorzie

Posted by Dave On July - 27 - 2012

It was around this time last year when we first discovered the Scorzie koozie and did a product review of it. (To read that review click here)

Scorzie

Since that time, the Scorzie has been experiencing explosive growth and success in and out of the tailgating niche. Anytime you combine a good idea with a great idea, you are bound to experience success. That is exactly what the Scorzie does. It combines keeping your drink cold like a regular koozie all while allowing you to keep accurate score of your tailgating game of cornhole, washers, ladder golf, etc.

The timing couldn’t be better for us here at TailgatingIdeas.com to include the Scorzie amongst all the other unique and useful products made just for tailgating that we carry in our online tailgating gear store, Shop.TailgatingIdeas.com. Pricing for one Scorzie is $12.99 and if you buy two, you’ll save a few bucks. Two Scorzies run $24.00 for the pair plus shipping.

To get your own Scorzie, click HERE.

Red Solo Cup Koozie Review

Posted by Dave On February - 15 - 2012

Red Solo party cups are as common at tailgate parties as 40 year-old virgins are at comic book conventions. Although country music artist Toby Keith recently sang the praises of the Red Solo Cup, the main drawback is they do not insulate your beverage very well. We recently had the opportunity to try out a fun new drink koozie than not only keeps your beverage can cold but resembles a red Solo cup.

Red Solo Cup Koozies

The folks at BoozinGear.com recently sent us a sample koozie to test out and put it through its paces. The first thing we liked about it was the novelty aspect in that it actually looks like a real, plastic party cup. Of course, it is thicker and more puffy but that is from the insulation that helps to keep your drink cold.

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