What’s Hot: Coors Light's new nail polish changes color if your beer is cold enough to drink

"Chill Polish" is a gender-neutral silver-colored polish that can be applied to your nails, as a new way to check the temperature of your brew.

News 12 Staff

Nov 16, 2022, 12:54 PM

Updated 558 days ago

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What’s Hot: Coors Light's new nail polish changes color if your beer is cold enough to drink
If you appreciate a beer as cold as the Rockies, then you might like a new nail polish from Coors Light.
"Chill Polish" is a gender-neutral silver-colored polish that can be applied to your nails, as a new way to check the temperature of your brew.
When you tap your nails against your beer glass, they should turn blue if your beer is cold enough.
If nail polish isn't your thing, Coors Light already has color-changing beer cans that switch from white to blue to signal when a beer reaches optimal drinking temperature.
Which-- by the way, Coors Light says is 42 degrees Fahrenheit.
Chill Polish costs $7 and you can buy it now on the Coors Light website.


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