4 answers. It’s vacuum insulation. Most people use this for keeping their can’s cool BUT if you keep the Yeti can and screw the top of it; leave it in the Yeti koozie and now you can keep a bottle of beer cool as well.
Colster Can Insulator will hold each of those drinks—keeping them straight-from-the- cooler cold. slim can—then that’s easy: you’ll need the Rambler® 12 oz Colster Slim Can Insulator. And for the craft beer drinkers, our Rambler® 16 oz.
You will notice that with a Coors Light can , however, because the can is taller and a slightly different size than a regular can , you will have to kind of push down harder on the top piece. But there is a flexibility to the top, so it will fit fine.
The premium quality keeps your beverages cold (or hot) for hours, even in the sweltering heat. I got my Yeti Colster Can/Bottle koozie for Christmas last year and I can vouch for the fact that it keeps a beer colder, longer, than any other koozie I’ve ever used. But the quality comes with a price.
Why are YETI coolers so expensive ? There are two pretty simple answers: technology and marketing. The Austin, Texas-based company was founded by the Seiders brothers: two avid outdoorsmen who felt there weren’t any coolers on the market that kept their catches, kills, and beverages cold enough for long enough.
Yeti says not to put it into the freezer .
Deals on YETI coolers show up about three to four times a month from May through December at YETI authorized dealers like DICK’S Sporting Goods, Academy Sports, or REI. You’ll see the most frequent sales on YETI happening at DICK’S Sporting Goods during the summer months.
Oh, yes, do Yeti cups float ? The cups’ heavy stainless steel construction indicates to the Texanist that they do not, but the insulated double-wall design suggests that maybe they do .
Yeti makes some of the best drink coolers out there, and they range from the very large—268 beers while maintaining a 2:1 ice to beer ratio—to very small. The Colster is the smallest: 1 beer, no ice. This is the one I tried. It works like this: unscrew and remove the plastic gasket at the top of the Colster .
Coors Light Yeti Rambler Colster YETI Rambler Colster® Coors Light branded. Fits Standard 12 oz. cans & bottles. Double-wall vacuum insulation. The Load-and-Lock™ Gasket secures your drink in place. No Sweat™ Design keeps your hands dry while your drink stays cold. Stainless Steel Color.
YETI Rambler Colster Stainless Steel Black Bottle/Can Holder in the Drinkware Accessories department at Lowes.com.
You can safely put Yeti cups in the fridge without issue. They are designed to handle cold and hot temperatures. What you can ‘t do is put them in the freezer . The way liquids expand as they freeze can put pressure on, and break the vacuum seal ruining your cup or bottle.
Now let’s look at the long -term effects at the full 99 (aka 100) minutes: Naked Beer : 78 degrees. Foam Koozie: 69-70 degrees. YETI Colster: 58-59 degrees.
The Winner is: BOTH! Yes, YETI can be a few dollars more, but they can charge you with a name like theirs. BrüMate is an easy competitor in the space and offers just as much swag factor to your drink chilling needs. Either way you go, both are a hit!