I wanted to do so some by side temperature testing to see how much insulation this really provides. When choosing the beer, I wanted to err on the ironic side, so I chose a couple bottles of Deschutes 2014 Reserve Mirror Mirror Barley Wine. I really like the idea of showing up to a get-together with a great beer in what appears to be a paper bag. That’s probably because I am a generally hilarious person. 🙂
Here’s the setup: The same two beers. One in the insulated bag the other sitting out with two ChefAlarm Thermometers (Hands On) tracking the beers. In this first shot, I have my ThermoWorks TempTest 1 showing the ambient temperature. The ambient temperature at the start of this test is 64 deg F. The beer in the bag is at 42 deg F and the un-insulated beer is 42.6 deg F.
After about 32 minutes the insulated beer is at 44.2 deg F. It has lost 2.2 deg or .068 degrees per minute. The un-insulated beer is at 47.1 deg F and has lost 4.5 degrees or .141 degrees per minute. That un-insulated beer is rising in temperature just over twice as fast.
22OZ BOMBER INSULATED PAPER BAG at Beerloved
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