Look no further for the best beer coolers to compliment your summer. These top 7 best beer coolers can follow you on basically any adventure you might find yourself in. Whether you are camping in the mountains or slowly floating down the river there is a beer cooler perfect to keep your bottles, cans and growlers cooled.
Pop this portable coffee table beer cooler in an RV and you have yourself a complete command center for beer cooling, phone charging and bluetooth music playing. (via Kickstarter)
Up a creek without a paddle? Who cares. You have a mini kayak beer cooler in tow to save the day. The CreekKooler navigates behind your kayak, canoe, SUP or raft, providing easy access to your favorite craft brews. (via Amazon)
The perfect tailgating companion. The YETI Hopper Beer Cooler is a 100% leak proof, portable, puncture-resistant, soft-sided cooler that's insulated to keep ice for days. (via Amazon)
The KoolMax is packed with hi tech features like bluetooth outdoor speakers, microphone input and USB charging port. It also features advanced insulation technology that keeps ice frozen for up to 3 days. It holds up to 28 of 12 oz. beer bottles or 48 beer cans. (via Amazon)
The Trailmate's oversized wheels can tackle sand and other challenging terrain with the superior traction and ground clearance of 10-inch, never-flat, smooth-ride wheels. Insulated body and lid provide up to 4-days of ice retention. (via Amazon)
Floating the river just got better. The INTEX Mega Wetset Chill II Floating Beer Cooler features 6 cup holders to keep beverages within easy reach and holds up to 72 beverage cans with ice. With tough 16 gauge vinyl construction, this cooler is sturdy and features 3 air chambers to stay afloat. 4 heavy-duty handles make the cooler easy to transport, and it comes with a repair patch to fix minor tears and punctures. (via Amazon)
Party-ready ice tub with some serious insulation to keep your beer frosty, while the durable rotomolded design and military-grade nylon handles let you carry it into action over and over, wherever a cold one is needed. (via Amazon)