Ignik Gas Growler Deluxe

Beer is a constant companion during the summer here at Coolector HQ and we’re forever searching for accessories that play into our proclivity for craft ale and cooking up a storm to really enjoy the amber nectar. Enter this Ignik Gas Growler Deluxe which is a refillable, no-waste solution for heat and cooking in the Great Outdoors and will be an essential addition to any camping trips you’ve got planned over the next few months.

The Ignik Gas Growler Deluxe has a price tag of $129.99 and just one Gas Growler fill costs about the same as one single-use green propane canister and supplies five times as much fuel – so, as you can see, this is an investment worth making if you’re planning on making a few camping excursions this summer. Or just a backyard BBQ perhaps.

Quality Cookout Essential

This is a portable, refillable answer to a mountain of disposable propane canisters and that makes the Ignik Gas Growler Deluxe a must for those campers with an eco-conscience. The last time you went out into the wild, chances are a green canister of propane was along for the ride. Undeniably useful for camp stove cooking, those one-pounders come with one undeniable pitfall – namely, that they’re single-use, which means 48 million of them wind up landfill each year.

Ignik solves that problem in the most sophisticated way we’ve seen, with an easy-carry, easy-use growler that’s completely refillable. The Ignik Gas Growler Deluxe ($129.99) comes with a four-foot hose that’s compatible with any heater or stove that accommodates the single-use green propane bottles and it complies with DOT specifications to allow for safe transport in your car, SUV, RV, or boat.

The Ignik Gas Growler Deluxe also comes with a rugged protective case which has enough room for the hose and wrench and makes the growler extremely portable – which is a must for any outdoor / camping accessory. It has molle stitched webbing on the case which allows you to attach accessories or strap the growler down for transport. Camping this summer? You need this in tow.

Leo Davie
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