December 5, 2005

Sad? Lonely? Have some Beerhugs!

Beerhugs Beer Mug Depressed by the cold, wet hand that results from drinking from your normal, everyday frosted beer mug? Wishing you could keep your hands dry and warm while still enjoying your daily pint(s) from an icy cold receptacle? Sick of the lonely drudgery that is your pathetic life, from your solitary drinking schedule to your balanced diet of take-out and Hot Pockets? If you're looking for respite from two of those problems (we're not telling which two), try Beerhugs beer mugs.

What are Beerhugs? According to their website, they are the only glass mug with an insulated plastic handle. This means you can chuck the glass in the freezer to frostify it, and the glass will get cold but the insulated handle will stay warmer to the touch. It kind of puts us in mind of the old McDLT ads from the 80s ("keeps the hot side hot and the cool side cool), but they might just be on to something...we've got a ton of frosted mugs in our freezer but rarely use them. Maybe because we're afraid of frostbite and prune hands?

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at December 5, 2005 8:52 PM
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