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Daire
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PostSubject: Keeping cans cool.   Tue Jul 07, 2009 10:03 am

Going to a festival this weekend. I don't really drink spirits so that more or less forces me to bring beer in cans with me. Seeing as I'll be going Thursday-Monday do you have any tips for keeping it cool?

And what would you say would be the drink that would taste least rotten warm?
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PostSubject: Re: Keeping cans cool.   Tue Jul 07, 2009 10:12 am

Cider is okay warm more so than beer anyway.

I never bothered fighting it at all the festivals I have been to. Just keep it in some shade under a gazebo and put it just inside your tent when your not there so it dont get stolen. Sometimes I have used cool box with a few ice packs which keeps it semi cool. Anther idea could be take a bucket of water and fill it with water from the water point when you are gonna have a few cans and chill them in the cold water (its always really cold no matter what festival) then empty when you are raedy to move out and watch some bands.
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