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We don’t sell the Freeze Cooling Pint Glass anymore, sorry!

We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

We did once and we had fun. But we've moved on. These things happen. We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

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Unless it's an ale (and even then), warm beer is a truly unacceptable abomination. It's a kick in the teeth. It's immoral. No one ever tolerated a cold tea or coffee, and with good reason. So why do people think it's okay to serve hot beer?

With the Freeze Cooling Pint Glass at your disposal you can kiss goodbye to miserable lukewarm lager forever! Thanks to a thermal gel sealed within its stylish acrylic body, this chilling chalice stays nice and frosty for much longer than ice and it won't dilute your beloved brew.

For those serious beer connoisseurs out there, you can use this smart glass to chill your chosen tipple to absolute perfection. Pop it in the freezer to keep the glass between 3-5°C – the optimal temperature for crisp lagers, ales and porters. Or put it in the fridge and it'll cool your glass to around 10-13°C – the ideal temperature for an IPA.

Or take it out of the chiller entirely and just keep turning it upside-down; mesmerising yourself with the lava lamp-like cooling gel.

Product info

Unless it's an ale (and even then), warm beer is a truly unacceptable abomination. It's a kick in the teeth. It's immoral. No one ever tolerated a cold tea or coffee, and with good reason. So why do people think it's okay to serve hot beer?

With the Freeze Cooling Pint Glass at your disposal you can kiss goodbye to miserable lukewarm lager forever! Thanks to a thermal gel sealed within its stylish acrylic body, this chilling chalice stays nice and frosty for much longer than ice and it won't dilute your beloved brew.

For those serious beer connoisseurs out there, you can use this smart glass to chill your chosen tipple to absolute perfection. Pop it in the freezer to keep the glass between 3-5°C – the optimal temperature for crisp lagers, ales and porters. Or put it in the fridge and it'll cool your glass to around 10-13°C – the ideal temperature for an IPA.

Or take it out of the chiller entirely and just keep turning it upside-down; mesmerising yourself with the lava lamp-like cooling gel.