Bottle cooler

What is a bottle cooler?

When you're sitting together with family or friends in the garden or in the party cellar in summer, there's nothing worse than warm drinks.

Even if you don't have a fridge in your home bar, this container is a good solution for cooling drinks. This practical bar helper ensures that no one misses out on a cool drink at your party.

How do bottle coolers work?

Commercial bottle coolers are a must for every pub and bar. These coolers are designed to keep bottled drinks at the perfect temperature. At an event, it is ideal for chilling wine, sparkling wine and non-alcoholic drinks.

Bottle coolers are available in various designs. They are designed for all types of drinks. Such a presenter is a great eye-catcher at the wedding when a bottle of first-class champagne, refreshing rosé or white wine is chilled in it. The cooler keeps the drink pleasantly cool for many hours. In general, a bottle cooler is a double-walled container with first-class insulating properties. Cooling is provided either by ice cubes via a rechargeable battery (batteries) or via a power connection. Electric ice coolers are supplied with power via a mains cable and keep drinks cold for as long as they are switched on. They can also be used to cool down warm champagne and wine bottles. A spacious ice box offers enough storage space to hold bottles of any size. The frozen ice cubes can be used for cocktails and soft drinks at a party.


Bottle coolers are made from various materials. The elegant versions are made of porcelain, stainless steel and glass. Plastic and clay containers are also used in the private sector. Each of the materials has its own advantages and properties. Conventional bottle coolers have a diameter of between 12 and 13 centimetres, making them ideal for wine and champagne bottles. It should also be noted that you can opt for models with active cooling, which use ice cubes, ice packs or a power connection to keep drinks cold. Passive coolers made of insulating materials keep cold drinks from the fridge at drinking temperature for a while.