Halloween Witches Brew
- Stir up a Witches Brew at your Halloween Party!
- Great for Haunted Houses, house and community events!
- Create Witches Brew and Fun Fog effects with Dry Ice and hot water! For fog effects, it is best to use Dry Ice pellets or small pieces of Dry Ice.
Use Dry Ice to create “Witches Brew” and “Fun Fog“
For FOG EFFECT, place pieces of dry ice, 5 to 10 pounds into the bottom of your container (not glass, extreme cold may cause breakage, metal preferred) holding about 4 to 8 gallons of HOT WATER. Make sure the container is only 3/4 full because the water will bubble and splash.
WITCHES BREW! Add dry ice to bowl (metal, not glass) or plastic Halloween Pumpkin and add hot water. Put punch bowl inside of other bowl with dry ice. Dry ice will settle to bottom, stir the bottom of container with hot water to make sure all dry ice is used before adding more. Do not put dry ice directly into any products that will be consumed! DO NOT INGEST DRY ICE. Make sure all dry ice is used before adding additional pieces.
Root Beer Recipe
To make one gallon, mix 2 cups of sugar with 1 gallon of water, add 1 ounce of Schilling Root Beer Extract, and then add 1 to 2 lbs. Dry ice. Make sure all Dry Ice has vaporized before use.
WARNING! DO NOT INGEST DRY ICE.
Use dry ice to prolong the life of your wet ice. Place Dry Ice in the bottom of your coolers, cover completely with wet ice and then pack your cooler as normal. The cooler will keep items cold for approximately 3 to 4 days.
To FREEZE products, place dry ice on top of items to be frozen. To COOL products, place dry ice on bottom of cooler, then cover with insulating material or wet ice, then place food and beverages on top . Do not allow products to be cooled to come in direct contact with dry ice.
APPROXIMATE COOLING TIMES – DRY ICE WRAPPED IN PLASTIC OR PAPER AND PLACED IN AN INSULATED COOLER
- 5-10 lbs. – 18 to 24 Hours
- 10 to 15 lbs. – 24 to 40 Hours
- 15 to 20 lbs. – 40 to 60 Hours
Dry ice can be used to freeze your game and eliminate spoilage due to heat and improper transport. You will have fresher, safer meat and seafood products for your friends and family! To prevent freezer burn, make sure the Dry Ice does not come in direct contact with your game and seafood.
Transport your frozen foods and ice cream safely during long shopping trips!
Use Dry Ice to transport and store ice cream and frozen foods during long shopping trips in the warm summer and spring season!
Take frozen foods and ice cream to the beach and to the mountains for you camping and vacation trips!
You can now have ice cream, stored with Dry Ice, for your picnics and community block parties, swim and pool parties and school events!
When you need emergency refrigeration or when you are planning maintenance or cleaning of your refrigerators or freezers, call us and we will supply you with “Non-Mechanical” Dry Ice Refrigeration.
Simply tell us the size of your refrigerator, cooler or freezer, how long you will be without power and we will determine how much dry ice is needed to keep your frozen foods frozen and your chilled foods chilled for 24 hours periods.
Use Dry Ice to keep your frozen foods frozen and your refrigerated foods chilled during planned and emergency power outages.
Place perishables below dry ice.
Place perishables above dry ice.
Use approximately 1.5 pounds of Dry Ice per cubic foot of freezer/refrigerator space.
Do not place Dry Ice directly on glass shelf!
SOLID CARBON DIOXIDE (DRY ICE) CAS 124-38-9
- Extremely cold solid (-110°F). Avoid contact with exposed flesh, can cause severe frostbite.
- Dry ice evaporates (sublimes) to form carbon dioxide gas which does not support life. Do not breathe gas! Exposure can cause rapid suffocation!
- Exposure can cause respiratory distress and eventual suffocation.
- Carbon Dioxide gas is heavier than air, especially when cold,
and can accumulate in low areas such as floors and confined
spaces such as pits, basements and tank bottoms where it
can cause suffocation.
- Do not enter areas where carbon dioxide vapor may have
accumulated without first testing for carbon dioxide and
- Store and use with adequate ventilation.
- Do not store in tight container. Pressure developed as solid evaporates (sublimes) could burst air tight containers.
- Wear suitable clothing and gloves when handling.
- Use only with equipment designed for low temperatures.
- Non-Flammable – does not support combustion.
- Use in accordance with supplier’s material safety data sheet.
FIRST AID: IN CASE OF FROSTBITE, OBTAIN MEDICAL TREATMENT IMMEDIATELY. IF INHALED, REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. IF NOT BREATHING, GIVE ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION, PREFERABLY MOUTH-TO-MOUTH. IF BREATHING IS DIFFICULT, GIVE OXYGEN. CALL A PHYSICIAN.
RETAIL DRY ICE PRICING – $1.00 To $1.60 Per Pound / Min. Purchase: 10 TO 25 Pounds