Beer Frost Is the Solution to Man's Quest for a Frosty Cold Drink

Beer Frost is an innovative new product that promises to not only make your drink colder, but to also keep it colder longer. The inventors of Beer Frost are introducing this revolutionary new product to an eager crowd via an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign.

Jul 07, 2015, 18:23 ET from Beer Frost

SARASOTA, Fla., July 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Inspired by the sweltering Florida heat and the eternal quest for an ice cold beer, the men behind Florida based "beerfrost.com" have invented a new product that makes beverages icy cold by making the ice colder. This product is a combination of all-natural minerals scientifically formulated for the purpose of lowering the temperature of ice to -10 degrees. The beerfrost.com team has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo in order to introduce their inspired new "Beer Frost" to the public. The Beer Frost campaign has a funding goal of $75,000, which needs to be raised in order to purchase new machinery that will streamline the bagging process and dramatically increase their production by more than ten-fold.

Beer Frost comes in easy to use 5 oz. packets, with each packet being enough for up to 20 lbs. of ice. However, don't be misled by the name because Beer Frost can also chill water, soda, juice, sports drinks, pre-made alcoholic cocktails, etc. with ease. In fact, any drink slipped into a cooler with Beer Frost treated ice will chill colder faster. That means this product promises to be a big hit with kids as well as adults because now they can have their favorite drink pouch turned into a frozen slushy simply by slipping it into a Beer Frosted cooler. Beer Frost can chill beer down to 24-28 degrees F which is much colder than the beer bought from the store where the standard temperature for it is 36-45 degrees F. No wonder the team proudly states, "It's not cold until it's Beer Frost cold!"

The ability to hyper-chill beverages is only one of the benefits of using Beer Frost. This product not only chills a beverage to the point that it may have ice crystals in it, but the cold lasts longer keeping the drink cold from beginning to finish. It can also potentially save a consumer a lot of money due to the fact that the ice lasts longer in a cooler or ice-chest because it melts at a significantly slower rate. This means a person will not have to buy as much ice when they are on a trip, at a social outing, or working out in the field.

The team at BeerFrost.com has been working very hard with manufacturing, however it is hard to keep up with the demand which is why they have launched their Indiegogo campaign. All funds raised with this campaign will go toward the purchase of their new Duplex machinery in order to increase production. They currently produce 68,000 5oz packages a month. The new machinery will enable them to produce a whopping 768,000 5oz packages a month. All supporters of this campaign have the opportunity to pre-order Beer Frost at a reduced cost. In fact, as an added bonus, supporters may receive their order while the campaign is still running. Full details can be found on their Indiegogo campaign page.

About BeerFrost.com:

The Beer Frost team has a combined experience of 70 years within the manufacturing and engineering fields. They have learned all aspects of the trade - from lean manufacturing through to a complete rebuild of an M.R.P (Material Review Systems). They believe in providing an excellent customer experience, which means quality product offering with an on time delivery. BeerFrost.com is comprised of a team of guys that like to take on problems with the mindset that anything can be achieved if they tackle it from all angles.

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To contact via email write to Randy Beeman at: randybeeman@beerfrost.com

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