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Brumate BackTap

Brumate BackTap is a unique backpack cooler with a built-in tap for dispensing drinks wherever your adventures take you! This thing makes hauling your drinks a breeze, it features a removable stainless steel liner that allows you to mix your favorite drink right in the cooler. You can then dispense them with a built-in tap. It also features a rotomolded exterior that is designed to withstand just about any adventure you take with it. You can carry it on your back, like a bucket, or over your shoulder with an optional strap. It holds 3 gallons of your favorite beverage, or 12 standard 12oz beer cans, and 5 bottles of wine.



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