What is a Beer Cooler?

What is a Beer Cooler?

Have you heard about beer coolers?  They are clever little devices which are used to cover beer cans and bottles and keep your beer cold on a summer’s day? They are most commonly made of an insulating material such as fabric or neoprene. These beer coolers are more commonly known as koozies. Koozies are used to keep your drinks containers cool.

Beer Cooler for a Bottle

Beer Cooler for a Bottle

When Should I Use a Beer Cooler?

While you can have a plain koozie for everyday use, it is great to have custom-designed koozies for special sport events and parties such as your superbowl party or your wedding. Nowadays, beer coolers or koozies are widely used by various companies to promote their products and services. It is an affordable way of advertising. Koozies are being used not only for insulation purposes but also as a gift items and souvenirs.  It is a good idea to decorate a koozie with special type text or pictures. They can be used in place of a greeting card at Christmas or any other special occasion. Because koozies are so light and portable, you can easily send them gift to your friends and relatives.

Beer Coolers are great for keeping your beer cold

Beer Coolers are great for keeping your beer cold

What Other Purposes are there for a Beer Cooler?

A personalized koozie or custom designed beer cooler is a great way for you to promote your business. You can place your company’s logo on the beer cooler and use it as a corporate giveaway for your customers.  Perhaps fill the koozie with your own personalized pens and other items.  A koozie is a great idea if your company is sponsoring a special event, like a golf tournament and you are looking for an affordable souvenir to give away to the participants.

How to Buy Beer Coolers Online?

You can purchase beer coolers and koozies online, decide which images to place on the koozies and they will be delivered to your home or place of business, ready in time for your event.

Crosby’s OT goal gives Canada win vs. USA

Sidney Crosby’s goal during overtime wins the goal medal for Canada

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The Pittsburgh Penguins star scored at 67:40 of the Olympic men’s hockey final, an overtime game-winner that gave Canada the gold medal in a heart-stopping 3-2 win over the U.S. The crowd chanted “Crosby, Crosby” as the hardware was placed around his neck.

No miracles. Miller Time was over. Canada’s game, Canada’s gold, thanks to Crosby.

Defenseman Brian Rafalski lost the puck in the Team USA zone, and Jarome Iginla made a backhand pass around Ryan Suter to Crosby, who had beaten Rafalski to the net. Sid the Kid, having his best goal-scoring season in the NHL, beat goalie Ryan Miller (36 saves) for the gold.

“I didn’t see it go in the net. I just heard everyone scream,” said Crosby.

“I saw [Iginla] get a step on the guy and steal his puck. I just tried to let him know where I was and throw it at the net. He had his back turned towards me. I didn’t think he’d know I was there. I just threw it at the net. I wasn’t really aiming for anything.”

His heroics came after Canada blew a lead late in the third period. Zach Parise’s goal for the U.S. made OT possible. With Miller pulled, Patrick Kane blasted the puck off of Jamie Langenbrunner’s skate. It hit Roberto Luongo, who fought it off, and then trickled to Parise for the tying goal. He slapped his stick on the ice, skated to the glass and was mobbed by his teammates. We’d call it a miracle, but there’s nothing miraculous about the Canadian defense allowing two U.S. forwards behind them with less than a minute to go.

Yet, in the end, it’s as much a career-defining game for Luongo as it’s another legendary moment for Crosby, who won his first Stanley Cup last season.

Luongo, who replaced Martin Brodeur after Canada’s earlier loss to the U.S. in the preliminary rounds, was confident in the first period, and then rebounded from a shaky second period to shut down several American chances in the third. He made four saves in overtime. Luongo was there when Canada needed him — and now he’s wearing gold in front of a delirious arena.

The Americans win silver, thanks to Miller, who found his zone after getting down 2-0. No shame. A star made a play. And Canada achieves its destiny, winning gold on home ice in men’s and women’s hockey. They own the puck podium.