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Top Reddit comments about Ice Buckets & Tongs:

u/brionic76 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

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  1. I am dying for this sound bar to go in my new house. It has bluetooth connectivity, so I can play my beloved music from almost any device! But this is really dreaming big, I know. :)

  2. This ice bucket would also be a nice addition to the house.

    And I am absolutely blinded by how good you two look today! Wow. Simply stunning. ;)


    And thank you both so much for the contest. :D
u/tragopanic · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. We've always wanted to own a standing champagne bucket.
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u/hannahjoy33 · 1 pointr/icecreamery

I use both these rectangular containers and this taller tub.

I prefer the Rubbermaid containers since they hold more (which is useful for mix-ins), they are better for limited storage space in my freezer (they are easier to stack and slide into tight places), it's an easier shape out of which to scoop, and I've noticed it protects a smidge better against freezer burn than the Tovolo.

u/dreer_binker · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

I've successfully used a water bath with my Speidel. I put it in a large plastic tub (similar to this, then filled the tub with water approximately to the same level as the wort inside the fermenter. I placed an aquarium heater (similar to this in the water and set it to the temp I wanted. You may have to fiddle with the temperature to get it where you want, but if you're patient it will work pretty well.

u/etchedchampion · 1 pointr/santashelpers

Can you get her the steel ice cubes? Not as the whole gift but as part of it. I think they're really cool but I don't drink scotch.

EDIT: Like these

u/DigDugMcDig · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

I put my fermenting carboy in one of these buckets filled with water. Evaporation keep temps 10 degrees cooler and the extra water mass keeps temps stable. They can be had super cheap at Walmart or local grocery store. Throw in an aquarium heater if you want temp control heatwise.

u/sleeplessone · 1 pointr/videos

I use something like this. You can usually get combination trays and bins so the trays will fit over the top of the bin if you are tight for space.

u/I_WorkWithBeer · 2 pointsr/bourbon

No worries, I don't use a Crystal Decanter. When I first started looking for a decanter, I discovered all of the lead concerns. Thankfully I found a lead-free, non crystal, glass decanter. It looks great, and it was really cheap. I can vouch for its quality, and thankfully it has gotten even cheaper in the last few years (was $40 when i bought it)

Bormioli Rocco Selecta Decanter

Bormioli Ice Container

u/footyDude · 0 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

There is equipment that can cool things very quickly.

This instant champagne chiller will chill a bottle of champagne in 5 minutes. There's also this that can cool room temperature beer to 4-degrees in 40 seconds.

All that said - I think it's more difficult to cool things quickly than it is to heat them quickly (as for why...i've no idea)

u/unfortunatebastard · 1 pointr/schoolofhomebrew

Would you recommend getting something like this or just a regular plastic bucket?

u/partyPickle · 1 pointr/daddit

Freeze the milk so that the bags are flat which it looks like you are doing on the right. Then buy some ( we had 4 maybe ) of these

Write the date on the label and store them oldest to newest left to right all standing up like papers in a filing cabinet.

u/nirreskeya · 1 pointr/cocktails

There seems to be a multitude of them on the market, though IMO most of the visual designs leave a bit to be desired. This isn't what I got, but today at a thrift store I saw the OXO Steel Ice Bucket and it seemed nice and a decent design. It was also only $5; maybe I should have picked up a second.

u/meteda1080 · 1 pointr/trees

One suggestion that I give is to replace the ice cubes with these

They have different sizes to make sure they fit. But they stay cold and they won't melt and make your bong too full.

u/UsePreparationH · 7 pointsr/intel

Whiskey stones are metal cubes that you put in the freezer. You put them on a glass to cool a beverage (usually whiskey) but unlike ice it won't melt so it won't water down the drink. You can reuse them after washing them and putting them in the freezer again.

Water is better at storing energy than metal so the best ones (in terms of how cold it can get your drink/how long they stay cold) are ones that are filled with water or a water based gel that has a lower freezing point.

u/MsMargo · 2 pointsr/cocktails

I have to say, I find re-using ice a little odd. Why not just make fresh, or pick up a bag of ice at the grocery store (or Sonic, if you have one)?

Edit: Guess I have to be helpful too. Try this insulated 3L bucket; it has a reservoir at the bottom to help keep ice dry:

u/ta1901 · 1 pointr/Frugal

Do you have access to a fridge or not? If not, bring a cooler. Coleman's makes a 6-pack cooler with an ice pack screwed inside the lid. Cool air travels downward, it's genius, and just the right size for one lunch. Sort of like this.
Also, a 16oz water bottle, frozen, makes a great ice pack.

Stores have shelf-ready meals, but they are usually sky-high in sodium.

u/ISIS_Agent-Duchess · 1 pointr/showerbeer

I use these, they work a heck of a lot better and longer than stones.

u/Bunsomel · 2 pointsr/mead

you really just need a vessel that can hold your fermentor. Many people use something like these rope bins to put their fermentor into, and then fill around the outside with water.

u/Brostafarian · 6 pointsr/3Dprinting

if you believe what he says about soapstone and also don't want to pay 7.50 per for ice chillers 6 months from now you can get these guys: same idea, work just fine as far as I can tell

u/Arewethereyet10 · 1 pointr/breastfeeding

I really liked the Kiinde system, but I'm so glad I didn't buy it all before my baby was born-- we tested all the major baby bottle brands and she would not take any of them. We finally found one specific bottle that works for her. I'd have hated to have committed to the Kiinde and then be SOL. I pump at work and pour into Lansinoh bags. I've never had one leak and they freeze flat for storage.

Also, if you do go with the Lansinoh bags and plan to freeze, these Ice Bins from Amazon hold the bags that have been frozen flat.

u/back_seat_dog · 2 pointsr/AskScienceDiscussion

Then don't use ice. You can have the same effect putting the ice inside a "container" that will hold the water or using a different material that won't melt in your drink, like this for example.

u/Kduggan281 · 1 pointr/BarBattlestations

I use two of these in there:

One for 1" ice cubes and one for pebble ice.

u/tallish_possum · 4 pointsr/AskReddit

Buy one of these,, hold the ice cube tray over it upside down, twist and shake until ice cubes fall into the bin.