2nd Oct 2023

Going to a festival can be one of the most exciting experiences you will have.

Most people planning on attending one will make sure they’re well-stocked with a variety of beverages – for those events that allow ticketholders to bring in booze with them.

However, knowing how to keep drinks cold at a festival is as important as bringing them, especially if the weather is hot.

Hacks for keeping drinks cold at a festival

Because you won’t have access to a fridge, it’s imperative to find more creative ways of keeping drinks cold.

One way to do so is to bring a cooler bag instead of a solid box. Cooler boxes can be heavy to carry, whereas cooler bags are more compact.

Fortunately, it is easier than ever to transport these items with The Camp King Festival Trolley from Handle-iT.

Not only can this handy device carry all of your camping essentials, but it also seamlessly folds into a chair and a bed, making your camping trip even more effortless.

Of course, a handy way to keep your drinks chilled is to also bring an ice pack and store your drinks alongside them. Many campsites offer facilities for refreezing ice packs, so it’s worth considering.

Not only that, it is a good idea to make sure that you refrigerate your drinks before bringing them into the festival. If you live a short way from the camping site, your drinks may even still be cool by the time you arrive.

Make sure to store all of your drinks in the fridge or freezer at least 48 hours prior to leaving for the festival and remember to pack them closely together as well.

How to keep beer cold at a festival

Given festivals are packed with people who are on a mission to have a great time, it is common to see people drinking beer, which is why it is important to know how to keep beer cold at a festival.

One way to do this is to cool beers with cold water in order to lower the temperature of the beverage.

Fortunately, there are plenty of sources of water at camping festivals which allows you to dunk your beer in cold water. It usually takes around five minutes to completely cool your beer from room temperature. Alternatively, fill a bucket with ice and put your beers in it until you feel that they are cold enough.

Ultimately, if you are planning on visiting a camping festival soon, keeping your drinks cool is a great way to make your experience even better.

To make sure you’re fully prepared for your upcoming festival camping trip, why not contact the expert team at Handle-iT via email or by calling 01803 424 150?