We have researched everything on the internet and made a list of the best coolers to keep your beer cold this summer. Based on different factors we have picked the ones that does its job well.
Best Value: Igloo MaxCold Cooler
A dependable cooler that is easy on the pocket, the Igloo MaxCold tops the list. This cooler is available online on different websites like from Foodplusice for $50 or less. In terms of performance, it stands among our top five. The cooler itself is not too fancy or pleasing to the eye but has every necessary feature for a cooler with a latch at the top of the lid and a drainage spout. It is sturdy and handy for a camping trip.
Best Performance: Yeti Tundra 45 Cooler
This amazing cooler from Yeti performs the best when compared to all the models in the market till now. The walls of this cooler are 2.75 inches in thickness that makes it well insulated than the rest. Even when you add a couple of pounds of ice in it, it will keep the temperature within to the minimum and maintain it for about 48 hours. The ice within does not melt quickly as in the other coolers. If you are looking for a cooler that keeps the ice frozen for a longer time, this should be your pick. This cooler will cost you $300 and is worth it if you need your beer to be cold for a long time.
Best Design: Lifetime High Performance Cooler
Sometimes the looks matter a lot and if you are among the ones stressing on good-looking possessions then you should pick this cooler. Costing somewhere around $97 on sale at Walmart, this cooler gives a tough competition to the rotomolded models. Its performance ties with the Igloo MaxCold cooler along with better build quality. Its aesthetic is pleasing to the eye with dual-locking latches for the lid, roped handles, and built-in bottle opener. In terms of space this cooler is larger than 62.4 quarts. A top-performing cooler that looks the best, this cooler is worth the money.
Best Mobility: Rovr Rollr 60 Cooler
If you are looking for a cooler that is easier to transport then the Rovr Rollr 60 is for you. Costing about $400 this cooler is a strong performer on the lines of Yeti and Orca. It offers good cooling capabilities along with an aluminum and stainless steel body with 9-inch wheels that can be a little heavy once loaded with your drinks. It comes with a removable wagon bin made of fabric and a plastic bin for keeping the drinks and food separately from the ice. You can get it customized at an additional cost to incorporate extras like bottle holders, Bike kit ( for towing the cooler behind your bike) or a prep board for cooking.
There are a lot of coolers cheaper than this available in the market for less than $20. If you don’t want to spend a lot on a cooler, you can buy cheap ones as well. They do not perform anywhere close to the ones mentioned above but can manage to keep your drink chilled for a couple of hours.