There is little that compares to enjoying an ice-cold beer while taking a nice hot shower. It is a combination as perfect as peanut butter and jelly, bacon and eggs, or Canada and winter.
It is hard to beat a shower beer, but there is always the question of where you put the beer when you are lathering up? You don’t want your beer getting watered down or having soap splash into it. Most certainly you don’t want to risk dropping your beer, having it slide off the edge of the tub or accidentally kicked over and seeing all that delicious golden goodness spilling down the drain.
The functional and fun Steam Whistle Shower Caddy is a perfect gift for beer lovers! Made from high-quality silicone, the Steam Whistle Shower Caddy sticks easily to a smooth, flat surface and conveniently holds either a short or tall can of Canada’s Premium Beer.
“The innovative Steam Whistle Shower Caddy solves a real problem for beer lovers,” says Tim McLaughlin, Vice-President of Marketing at Steam Whistle Brewing. “But please note, Steam Whistle will not accept responsibility for people suddenly feeling the need to shower more often, spend more time in the shower or convincing themselves that they are great singers. And we absolutely discourage everybody from dancing in the shower.”
The Steam Whistle Shower Caddy is conveniently sold with 6 x 473 ml cans of Steam Whistle’s flagship premium Pilsner and is now available at select LCBO outlets across Ontario, while supplies last! Once you have finished drinking these 6 cans, restock with any products from the Steam Whistle family of beers – Steam Whistle Pilsner, Pale Ale, Session Lager or New Belgium Fat Tire Ale or Voodoo Ranger IPA, proudly made and distributed in Canada by Steam Whistle Brewing.
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