Bringing class to your can

As most of you know, hubby and I take part in a lot of outdoor redneck activities. One of our fav past times is touring around in the mud and back woods in our side-by-side Rhino 700.

As a passenger, I like to indulge in the occasional beer and given our 4X4 travels, we always carry cans. The issues I run into with beer cans (until now…eeekeee) is keeping my beer cold while I take my time and savor my fav flavor. At the same time, I’d rather not freeze my hand off (given it comes out of a cooler of ice). Beer koozies are ok but I am looking for something that gives me a wee bit more class on the trail. You know….something a little more urban redneck style! So when I came across this next treasure, I have to admit I was more than a little excited.

Allow me to bring you the Can Grip, the latest craze in can fashion. It’s a plastic handle that snaps onto a 12 oz. can to make it look like you are drinking out of a mug. It will keep your can cold just as good as a koozie and adds that touch of urban redneck class, don’t you think?!

Now the big question I know you are asking; does it actually keep your can cold or would you be sacrificing class for coolness? Don’t you worry…have I ever let you down?!?!

My good friends at put this little ditty through its paces complete with digital thermometers to see if it really does keep your can cold and it passed with flying colors. Check out the demo and be ahhhmazed:

So, as you can see for yourself, you won’t have to compromise style for coolness. You can have both!

And, of course, there’s more. Another cool feature is that the flat base of the Can Grip acts as a coaster. Fabulous! I hate worrying about leaving water rings on someone’s table when I am touring camp to camp partying!

So your Can Grip makes your beer buddy look like an expensive import and keeps your beverage cool while your hand stays warm. Can you say uberlicious! And…wait for it…it’s available in blue, red, green, black and…of course…PINK! Woot woot! You know I am ordering a bunch!

You can order yours here for $3.99 each + shipping; 5 (in one color) for $19.95 + shipping; or a 4-pack of assorted colors (blue, green, black and pink) for $17.95 + shipping (price subject to change).

Steal of a deal if you ask me!

It’s Twisted Tuesday and that means it’s time to enjoy a smile, giggle or laugh…here’s hoping I’ve provided it in spades…enjoy!

What’s cracked you up this week?



  1. OMG, my hubby will love this! And urban redneck has to be the phrase of the week:)

  2. Ha, ha, ha, Natalie, you find the BEST stuff out there! And there is even a link to purchase. You are wonderful 🙂

  3. Jillian Dodd - Glitter, Bliss and Perfect Chaos says:

    I don’t know how you find such great stuff, but once again, love it!

  4. Natalie…
    The one and only time I’ve ever enjoyed an alcoholic bev while in a moving vehicle was when my hubster and I rode along in a caravan of minivans from Birmingham to Talladega for the Winston Cup. Our minivan had the ice chest and the drinks. Occupants from other vans would phone in their orders. I was very busy mixing. When we got to an intersection (we took back roads because of the traffic), the van doors would open and people would run up to our van to get their drinks.

    The black handle would look great with a can of Guinness. 🙂

  5. LOL!

  6. Natalie – way to go! I would actually use this! The visuals of me with the stripper pole and a few of your other i n t e r e s t i n g (but always entertaining!) items were pretty distressing, but this … this works for me. Our wedding anniversary is coming up so I’ll forward the link to my DH. He’ll be thrilled! Thanks for this and your always dependable laugh-out-loud post. (By the way, I believe we are all close enough friends now for me to divulge that one of my sons is a brewmaster. I thought you would enjoy knowing that!)

  7. Nancy J Nicholson says:

    I have no idea where you get this stuff, but it’s great! Nice touch. This one seems useful. Now put a non-spill feature to it, and I’ll have to order some for the boat.

    • I suppose a non-spill feature would be fantastic for y’all on the boat!!! 🙂 Yes, I knew it wasn’t as “out there” as some of my other Twisted Tuesday posts but I agree, defintiely something a lot of us would make use of!!

  8. Oh. My. Stars.

    I’m ordering five for my redneck sister in Dallas. You are awesome!

  9. Elena Aitken says:

    That is the best way to class up a beer can. Even better than the hat with sippy straws attached. Awesome!


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