In celebration of Earth Month, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Igloo are debuting a limited-edition Ecocool Playmate Elite cooler that gives back to Mother Nature.
The Dogfish Head inspired cooler is made with post-consumer recycled plastic that not only delivers the coolness you’ll need for your beer, but also supports both brand’s continued efforts in creating more sustainable products and innovations.
Crafted with recycled resin that saves discarded plastic yogurt cups and milk jugs from landfills, the iconic Playmate cooler features playful nature-inspired artwork that captures Dogfish Head’s ‘oft-centered vibe.
“With our continued environmental stewardship, it was only natural for us to partner with Igloo to create a sustainable cooler that pairs perfectly with a refreshing beer as another eco-conscious step toward standing up for Mother Nature,” said Sam Calagione, Dogfish Head Founder & Brewer….
But that’s not all…
Dogfish Head is also inviting drinkers to stand up for Mother Nature by participating in an Earth Month sweepstakes for a chance to win a variety of eco-friendly prizes, including the limited-edition Dogfish Head Ecocool Playmate Elite cooler.
For every entry, Dogfish Head will donate $1.00 to Keep America Beautiful® during their 2022 Great American Cleanup®, up to $10,000, with Igloo matching the donation. The sweepstakes will run through April 30, and drinkers can enter at HERE.
The Igloo and Dogfish Head Ecocool Playmate Elite cooler has a 16-quart capacity that fits up to 30 12-ounce cans and is currently available to purchase for $45.00 on Dogfish Head’s webstore and at their coastal Delaware merchandise shops.
The cooler can also be purchased online at Igloo coolers starting on Earth Day, April 22, at least as long as supplies last.
“We share the same ethos with Igloo when it comes to protecting and celebrating Mother Nature and its many bounties, one small grain or yogurt cup at a time,” Calagione added. “And, as beer and nature lovers explore what our world has to offer this Earth Month and beyond, we collectively hope to inspire them on thoughtful choices that give back to the environment.”
(All image credits: Dogfish Head)