The Hydro Flask True Pint keeps beer cold in any condition. Photo by Brandon Scherzberg

The Hydro Flask True Pint keeps beer cold in any condition. Photo: Brandon Scherzberg

Whether you're kicking back at base camp after a grueling hike or just hanging out at the neighborhood block party, some occasions demand a cold beer. But cold brews tend to succumb to the heat--from campfire, sweaty hands or summer weather--way too quickly.

If lukewarm campfire beer has you down, it’s time to meet the pint glass you never knew you needed.

Hydro Flask, the same company that revolutionized drinking liquids in every environment with their double-walled, vacuum-insulated bottles (all made without toxin-leaching liners thanks to their stainless steel construction) recently rolled out their hi-tech answer to our beer-drinking woes: the Hydro Flask True Pint.

Here’s why we like it: the product designers spent a long time diving into the world of glassware, studying different shapes like the French jelly glass, the American shaker pint and the Irish Imperial pint. Then they took what they learned and crafted a 16-ounce stainless steel cup modeled after the classic American pub-style pint glass.

It feels like a pint you’d get at the bar when you hold it and sip from it, meaning you’ll get a smooth pour and you’re able to smell the aromas of the beer when you take a swig, but it functions like a Hydro Flask with top-notch insulation and 100 percent recyclable materials.

The Hydro Flask True Pint has 16-ounces of insulating power. Photo by Johnie Gall

The Hydro Flask True Pint has 16-ounces of insulating power. Photo: Johnie Gall

Even after 20 minutes nursing a cooler-chilled beer by the campfire, the brews were still icy cold.

Another hidden perk: True Pint is made with a little ledge at the bottom, so you can stack multiple pints without fear of them sticking together.

It’s half Hydro Flask, half pint glass and keeps a beer really cold--right down to the last drop.

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