How long does the liquid in the Bubba KEG® stay cold?
are built with Bubba FAT™ dual-wall insulation for long-lasting icy
coldness. Look for the Bubba KEG® thermometer on the packaging of each item
to quickly identify the cold and hot retention. As a general guideline:
Bubba KEG® Capacity
20 oz = 7 hours
34 oz = 10 hours
52 oz = 12 hours
128 oz = 12 hours
384 oz = 24 hours
640 oz = 24hours
Can you use the Bubba KEG® for hot and cold liquids?
All Bubba KEG® mugs, coolers, and food jars, personal and large-capacity
coolers, are built with Bubba FAT™ heavy duty, dual-wall foam insulation.
Here is a list of the items that can be used for both “hot AND cold” liquids
- 20 oz Bubba Keg Mugs
- 18 oz Bubba Grub (top container only)
- 34 oz Bubba Keg Mug
- 52 oz Bubba Keg Mug
- 70 oz Bubba Keg Mug
- 128 oz Bubba Keg Cooler
Other items are specifically designed for “Cold” Liquids only: 72oz Bubba
- 80oz Bubba Grub (top container only)
- 384 oz Bubba Keg Cooler
- 640 oz Bubba Keg Cooler
Note: the Bubba KEG® thermometer icon, now found on the new packaging,
will help you easily identify which products can be used for “hot AND cold”
or “cold” use only.
How to take care of my Bubba KEG®?
Do not put in the dishwasher! Hand wash all parts in warm soapy water before
using. Be certain the lid is tightly secured before drinking. Do not exceed
product capacity with hot liquids, as hot liquids can scald. Always keep out
of reach of children when filled with hot liquids.
Bubba KEG® Mugs “Leak-Proof”?
Excellent question! In order to properly design all Bubba KEG® mugs, for hot
and cold liquids and foods, it was necessary to design a “venting” hole on
the lids of each mug in order to let hot vapor escape from the container and
prevent any pressure build up. This “venting” hole prevents us from
designing the Bubba KEG® mugs to be completely “Leak-Proof”.
Where can I
get them from?