Want a simple outdoor beer-cooling system?
Take a rag. Soak it in gasoline. Wrap it around a beer can. Put can in a shaded breezy spot. Wait until rag is dry (depends upon the breeze, but should not be more than 15 minutes). Rinse can with water. Drink cold beer.
Gasoline is volatile, and evaporates off. As it evaporates, it draws energy from the beer (through the can) so that it can go from liquid to gas. Beer gets cold.
Just one thing. Don't smoke around beer you are cooling with this method.
posted on 04/27/2006 10:30:08 AM PDT
by No Truce With Kings
(The opinions expressed are mine! Mine! MINE! All Mine!)
To: No Truce With Kings
Uh, ice is cheaper than gasoline.
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