Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Beer Cooler

Keep your beer cool while at the bar
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If you have ever been at a bar and your beer warmed up as you were talking this idea is for you. There would be a strip along the bar that was made up of 1/4" thick aluminum that had copper tubing inset into the bottom that contained near freezing water that circulated throught the tubing. This near freezing water would keep the aluminum plate/strip cold which in turn would chill your drink.
partouzard, Apr 25 2006

Keeping it cool is not the problem Self_20heating_20sake_20cup
[normzone, Apr 25 2006]

Shameless Self Promotion Beverage_20Heat_20Exchanger
Yeah - I tried my hand at the beverage cool/warm business too. [Letsbuildafort, Apr 26 2006]


       Either you're in a very hot climate with no air conditioning, or you're not drinking fast enough.
DrCurry, Apr 25 2006

       I've got the opposite problem [see link].
normzone, Apr 25 2006

       Ever notice that chilled countertop that Cold Stone Creamery (probably other pricey ice cream places, too) uses?
half, Apr 26 2006

       [half]! THATS IT!   

       I'm going to eat some ice cream. Thanks for the motivation!
Letsbuildafort, Apr 26 2006

       Reverse the piping for the Brits.   

       As I once heard: "Drink up, your beer's getting cold!"
Ling, Apr 26 2006

       The Australian solution; serve half or 3/4 pints. You drink them faster and also end up drinking more (apparently)
miasere, Apr 26 2006

       //Reverse the piping for the Brits. As I once heard: "Drink up, your beer's getting cold!"//   

       [Ling] I think you misinterpret Brit humour ;)
kuupuuluu, Apr 26 2006

       [kuupuuluu], no, it's deeper than that: a double irony.
Ling, Apr 28 2006


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