Smoky Mountain Growlers 32 OZ Growler Gear Review

Categories:Featured | Gear Review | Hydration and filtration | Misc

I have been having fun with the Smoky Mountain Growler. It is made of stainless steel and vacuum insulated. The company’s website says that it will keep products cold for 3 days, They are not lying!  As a test I filled up my growler full ice and waited for it to melt. It sat on the counter at home, on my desk in my office, and a full 8 hours in my Jeep. Not to mention the time back and forth between work and home. It has been nice here in Arizona so the temps in my Jeep were warm but not scorching hot. I have taken it on several short hikes and having a nice sip of ice cold water on warm days is


The sturdy construction does make this bottle heavy making it great for short trips and daily use. It is also perfect for road trips and car camping adventures. The bottle does not sweat which is perfect for keeping it in your pack or on your desk for hours and it will not soak everything around it like other bottles.


  • Insulated 32oz Stainless Steel bottle and lid with carrying handle
  • Fits in most oversized car cup holders.
  • Food grade 18/8 stainless steel Double wall insulated
  • Stays Cold up to 3 days
  • Stays hot for up to 24 hours.
  • Does not sweat.

Cost: $33.99 | Learn More

Full Disclosure: The Smoky Mountain Growler used in this review were provided to me by Smoky Mountain Growlers at not cost to me. This did not influence my review in any way. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own and were not guided in any manor.

Adam Nutting relishes being an avid backpacker, hiker, and all-around adventure junkie. While he currently spends his time hiking in the backcountry of southern Arizona, he grew up in Missouri, where he was naturally inclined to spend as much time as he could outdoors. Adam’s passion for the outdoors grew as he climbed the ranks of the Cub Scouts and the Boy Scouts, eventually attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.

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