We focus so much on what we’re going to drink, but what about how we’re going to keep those drinks cool? Yeah, we know you can grab any old cooler…but what fun is that? We found some awesome coolers you can use this summer that chill your liquor in an interesting way.

The eCool Earth Cooler

This is a brand new underground cooler that we just read about. eCool is a company in Denmark and they wanted to create an iceless cooler that can use dirt to chill your beer. You use a lever to lower up to 24 cans of beer into the cooler and that same lever will bring them back up when you want to drink. Since this cooler requires that you dig a big hole in the ground, it isn’t really the type of thing you’d bring to a friend’s house; however, if you have lots of gatherings at your house, this is perfect. The eCool Earth Cooler is $349 and you can keep it in the ground for an entire year before you have to move it.

Summit Cooler

This Summit cooler can multi-task with the best of them. Instead of being low to the ground, it’s almost 3 feet high and it can run without electricity for 8 hours and keep up to 50 beer cans cool. However, the deepness is also awesome for storage of wine bottles or liquor bottles that usually get kicked out of the coolers that don’t have enough space. We think the best part of this cool is the attached wooden trays because it makes it easy to put out snacks, cups, or even set up a mini bar of sorts with different bar tools, garnishes, etc. It’s over $600 on Amazon, so you need to either be rich or a very committed party animal to purchase this.

The Remote Controlled Rolling Beverage Cooler

If you want an interesting cooler, but you don’t want to break the bank, this remote-controlled cooler should be just your speed at $59.95. The cooler itself holds up to six cans or bottles, plus ice, and it can roll across a patio, rug, or kitchen floor to deliver a drink whenever you need one. It only needs one 9-volt battery and six AA batteries to make the magic happen. Laziness has never been more excellent.