These Ingenious Beer Mittens Keep Your Hands Warm While Keeping Your Beer Cold
Date Published: 11/29/2021 12:25 PM
Drinking booze in the winter is a complicated task. You need to keep your hands warm, and you need to keep your beer cold, but when you hold your beer with your bare hand, your beer gets warm, and your hand gets cold. This is a conundrum that humans have faced for millennia. Well, not anymore, these ingenious beer koozie mittens, are a pair of winter mitts that were designed with one sole purpose in mind, and that is to hold your beer in the winter without getting your hand cold.
Sure, you could attempt to hold a beer in your regular mitts that have a detached thumb, or even regular winter gloves, but that beer will undoubtedly be on the ground quite quickly after it slips right out of your over-sized mitten or glove due to not being able to wrap your fingers all the way around it.
There are a ton of different versions of the beer mitt available on Etsy, along with a few on Amazon, each of which have a different design. Some of them allow you to get your favorite sports teams colors for easy winter tailgating, various colors and patterns of your liking, as well as patters that allow you to crochet your own beer mitt if you'd like to DIY.
If you find yourself in the dead of winter with horrible gloves or mittens that just don't make it easy to hang onto a can or bottle of beer, you may want to invest in one of these genius beer holding mittens. Or if you'd like to use this revolutionary technology in the Summer, there's also a version of a fingerless glove that has a built-in can koozie.
Find other options available on Amazon.
Yes, of course there's a Baby Yoda version.
Not only great for holding beer in the winter, but this one's also great for holding a glass of wine!
Or for holding a cup of coffee!
Some of the options have 1 beer mitt and one regular mitten that it comes with, though some versions only come with just the one beer mitt, so you'll need to keep an eye on what you're actually purchasing.
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