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“Koozie,” “coolie,” “cozy,” “beer hugger”—whatever you call it, this handy accessory is more than a scuba suit for your favorite longneck. It delivers superior insulation to keep your brews cold and your hands dry. Plus, the unique wood grain finish offers a more sophisticated alternative to the traditional neon varieties seen at many a backyard barbecue.
This coozie is a great product. It's got a wood pattern which was cool because it comes from Birch Box of all companies. Was nice at keeping my hand dry while keeping my cold drink cold.4
This koozie does keep your beer cold but thats what it's supposed to do. It's insulated and comfortable to hold. I am not sure I like the look though.4
Cute invention and it worked well. I liked the faux-wood grain and it was a hit when I brought it out at a party.4
this was really cool i love that i can put it in my bike cage and no one knows its a beer, also it keeps it cold. i want more of these i love them5
Love the idea of a whimsical, rustic koozie--but this fell short. The fit was sloppy, zipper was stubborn, and the likelihood of me using them is less than a toothpick's chance of survival in a garbage disposal.3
Nice to have a koozie that's not imprinted with some stupid saying, or plugging a brand I don't care about. Good design. Slip it into your golf bag, and keep your hands dry the next time you're out drinking beers on the course with your buddies.5
It works and serves the purpose of keeping your beer cold and your hand not as cold, but it's nothing to blow your socks off. I have a few of these in my pile, but this one will be nice to use when I want to use a koozie that's a bit more "grown up" or want to rep Birchbox.3
Long gone are the days where beer koozies are even necessary. Many craft beers these days are at its fuller potential at warmer temperatures. Maybe if I was still drinking yellow water...2
These are pretty cool, I use koozies pretty often with cans but hadn't ever seen one for a bottle. I don't know if that means I've been living under a rock or what. They feel like they are pretty good quality but not as thick as the one's I am used to.3
I was rather dissappointed by this. They were not really unique or special in any way other than it was supposed to look like wood. To be honest, I rarely drink a beer from a bottle and when I do, I am not going to have this on me to put on the bottle.2