January 4, 2008

N-Ice Rack Frozen Beirut Rack

n-ice-rack.jpgThe only thing more irritating than grit from under the radiator in your Beirut/Beer Pong cup is if the beer goes warm while you're playing. It's not always a problem if everyone knows what they're doing, but if somebody doesn't have their stroke, you can end up drinking some body temperature beer.

We've just been informed about a new product that's aimed to solve that very problem, in the form of a Beer Pong racking system called N-Ice Rack. At first blush we thought it was very similar to the Bombed rack, but these guys take it a step further by allowing you to add water to the inside of the rack and freeze it before your game. We haven't tried them out yet, but we plan to, and we're damned if we don't wish we knew about this before Christmas.

at N-Ice Rack (currently for sale with two racks, 3 balls, and rules for under $20)

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at January 4, 2008 12:56 PM
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