Lagers Need Love Too – Caveman Brews Year Round With CoolBot

Jeff Bonner started out homebrewing in 1989 in Arizona. He’d just gotten married, and his new wife, Alison — who’s a total book nerd — had recently joined a bookclub. It was in this very book club that Alison stumbled upon a “How To Brew” book that came with a fermentor and homebrew kit, which … Continued

Why is Josh Hazen so Crabby?

Josh started working at the docks in Annapolis, Maryland when he was just fourteen years old. “It’s where lots of local watermen and commercial fisherman come to unload their crabs, clams and fish by the boat,” he tells us. “It’s become a big tourist attraction.” During his time working as a teenager, Josh met a … Continued

Inside Look at a Santa Barbara Funeral Home

Disclaimer: This blog post is about the funeral industry business. It includes topics like death and cremation. If this type of subject matter makes you uncomfortable, we suggest you don’t continue reading. When we inquired how Dan Flynn originally got into the death business, he laughed. “I lost a bet!” he tells us. Dan knows … Continued

Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation Program Update August 2018: Recap Q&A With Brian Lysaught

For the past year and a half, Brian Lysaught has been Store It Cold’s Director of International Business, utilizing a grant from Feed the Future Partnering For Innovation and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), a government program designed to work with privately held companies for innovative technologies to help small agribusinesses and … Continued

Team Flower Converts to CoolBot Pro

Team Flower has been using our Gen 6 CoolBot model for about five years. Their unique setup is super cool: Jesse Perry and his wife, Kelly, came across a refrigerated cooling truck for sale. Jesse was quick to point out that technically, it was Kelly’s dad who ought to be credited for stumbling across this … Continued