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Welcome. I’ll be analyzing products and deciding whether or not they are worth my parents’ money. First up, KegSkins.
I know what you’re thinking. Fuck is this? My keg doesn’t need clothing. It’s not clothing, idiot. It’s a KegSkin.
I’ve spent some time with this thing and found that it keeps my beer cold and saves me money on ice. It’s true; normally I’d just have the pledges haul 100 pounds of frozen water to my house to cool my beer. But what the hell am I supposed to do during the pledge off-season? Buy ice and carry it myself? I don’t fucking think so. I’ll just slap a KegSkin on that fucker. Anyway, ice melts, and whatever this thing is made of does not.
Let me tell you a little story. Two full beer kegs were placed in an environmental chamber for 24 hours at a temperature of 38 degrees F. Both kegs were then removed and placed in a chamber maintained at 80 degrees F.
This was the result:
Laboratories don’t lie, and neither will I. I approve this product. You can pick one up here.