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How to Make a Pumpkin Beer Cooler

Halloween is just around the corner so that means it is the time of the year to celebrate the spirits, both the type that haunt your house and the kind that will haunt your mornings if you overdo it. While much of the country is starting to feel the effects of autumn, that time when a chill can be felt in the air and leaves start to change color, we here in south Florida sometimes have trouble getting into the season. After all, it is hard to get in the Halloween spirit when it is still prime flip-flop weather outside and our palm trees stay green year-round. Here is a fun and easy project that lets you get in the Halloween spirit while still enjoying the beach or any other outdoor activity.

DIY Pumpkin Cooler

How to make a festive portable pumpkin beer cooler:

DIY Pumpkin Cooler
  1. Select a pumpkin that is short and squat with a flat-ish bottom that will remain stable on a flat surface.
  2. Cut a hole in the top that is wide enough to allow to insert and remove approximately six bottle or cans of beer.
  3. Remove seeds and โ€œgutsโ€ and scrape all the stringy fibers from the inside with a metal spoon.
DIY Pumpkin Cooler
  1. Mark opposite sides of the pumpkin approximately four inches from opening on top. Use a screw driver to punch hole all the way through pumpkin.
  2. Cut 1/2โ€ rope to desired length. Make sure to leave a few extra inches for each side.
  3. Starting from the outside, thread rope through hole into pumpkin.
  4. Use 2 1/2โ€ washer to secure rope from inside pumpkin. Tie knot in rope to secure handle.
DIY Pumpkin Cooler
  1. Repeat on other side.
  2. Using a permanent marker or paint, create a face or design on outside of pumpkin on clean, dry surface.
Pumpkin Cooler DIY
  1. Add ice and beer of choice. Marzen-style or pumpkin wheat ales work best.
  2. For a final touch, add dry ice to create smoking effect.
Pumpkin Cooler DIY

Pumpkin Beer Cooler

Yield: 1

A unique party decor piece!

Materials

  • 1 pumpkin
  • Screwdriver
  • Thin Rope
  • 1/2" Washers, 2
  • Permanent Marker or Paint to decorate

Instructions

    Select a pumpkin that is short and squat with a flat-ish bottom that will remain stable on a flat surface.
    Cut a hole in the top that is wide enough to allow to insert and remove approximately six bottle or cans of beer.
    Remove seeds and “guts” and scrape all the stringy fibers from the inside with a metal spoon.

    Mark opposite sides of the pumpkin approximately four inches from opening on top. Use a screw driver to punch hole all the way through pumpkin.
    Cut 1/2” rope to desired length. Make sure to leave a few extra inches for each side.
    Starting from the outside, thread rope through hole into pumpkin.
    Use 2 1/2” washer to secure rope from inside pumpkin. Tie knot in rope to secure handle.

    Repeat on other side.
    Using a permanent marker or paint, create a face or design on outside of pumpkin on clean, dry surface.

    Add ice and beer of choice. Marzen-style or pumpkin wheat ales work best.
    For a final touch, add dry ice to create smoking effect.

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This festive cooler can then be carried to the beach, poolside or to any holiday get-together.

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Pumpkin Cooler DIY
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