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found perfect beer for the ARB 50qt fridge

The 14.9oz Stella Artois fits perfectly into the 50qt ARB fridge (and I suspect the shorter one with the same footprint as well).

If you leave them in their cases ([email protected] each), you can fit four of them perfectly. That is 40, not including the warmer section above the compressor.

Unboxed, 50 of these beers can fit and you will still have room for a couple of steaks and OJ for the morning. That or maybe 6 more beers (making 56 total).

BTW, those are Coleman stainless can koozies in with the water. They are a perfect fit (circumference-wise) for the Stella and work as advertised.

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Too bad Stella Artois is disgusting.

How many Growlers of Firestone Walker Walker's Reserve will fit in that thing? Maybe some Tommy Knocker's Hop-Strike Black IPA?

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Too bad Stella Artois is disgusting.




How many gallon jugs (milk jugs) of shine will fit in that thing?

Or would masons jars fit better?
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LOL... fair. There are better tasting beers. Personally, I also like a decent lager or pilsner that I can just drink the heck out of. No offense to our female jeepers but the way I would describe my taste in beer is that I like a blond that goes down easy.

When my European colleagues are in town on town on business, they call Stella "wife beer" and at the same time have no problem helping me test the cooler's capacity.

All beer preferences aside - the Stella 14.9oz is a perfect fit, dimensionally. I tried a bunch of similarly sized cans. I started my search at the expensive but well stocked esoteric local grocery store in the neighborhood. Cant afford to shop there but they do have a fantastic canned beer selection being close to a couple of golf courses.
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