How a Walk-In Cooler Helps Rande Joy Prolong Hunting Season Camaraderie

We love hearing stories about how people are using the CoolBot. And we’ve heard some great ones — from RoxBox creating a very cool mobile bar to Andrew Mefferd building both a walk-in cooler and a skating pond. Recently, we heard a story that instantly became one of our favorites because it isn’t just about the CoolBot providing efficient cold …

David Draper on Hunting, His Favorite Cut of Meat, and Why He Loves the CoolBot

David Draper is truly living the hunter’s dream — getting paid to hunt, cook, and write about it. The newly minted editor in chief of Petersen’s Hunting has been in the hunting industry for 20 years, first in corporate communications at Cabela’s, and later a freelance writer for several industry publications. He’s known for his high-quality practical advice (see 10 …

How Jason Lyman Built a Professional Walk-In Meat Locker for ~$3000 [PHOTOS]

If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you know how much we love sharing our customers’ stories. We’re always on the lookout for unique cooler builds that showcase our customers’ ingenuity. Some of our recent favorites include the Sturtevants at Botany Bay Farm, who built their cooler on a pallet so they can put it onto a truck and …

10 Things to Look for When Selecting a Meat Processor

Do you have a game meat processing horror story? We’ve heard our fair share, like this one from Nick Duncombe, aka Wyoming Hunter. And a quick Google search reveals that it can get much worse — the forums are full of tales about meat full of metal shards, ridiculously low yields, and deer left out of the cooler for days. …

How David Draper Uses a Mobile Cooler to Take Meat from Field to Plate

If you’re a hunter or wild game enthusiast, you’ve probably heard of David Draper. He’s the noted wild game cook and recipe developer responsible for all of those mouth-watering recipes on Field & Stream and Petersen’s Hunting. This year, Draper will be using a CoolBot mobile walk-in cooler and portable deer cooler to help him keep his meat fresh during hunting …

How a Walk-In Meat Cooler Helps Your Venison Taste Better

If you’re a deer hunter, you know how important it is to get your meat down below the 40°F mark as quickly as possible. You can do that in many ways, depending on the weather and the circumstances — from skinning and hanging the carcass to rinsing it in a river before packing it in ice. However, the Washington Department …