I am a meat popsicle
- Sep 18, 2001
- Reaction score
- Inside a starship, watching puny humans from afar
It may also depend on how much gas is under compression in there. Certainly, diet Coke seems to have more fizz than most other drinks and it seems to only freeze up when the can is opened. Maybe fruit juice-based drinks behave differently?Oh, I didn't know that about cans. I guess it's the air getting in? Although that doesn't explain why this bottle froze, because the lid was on.
Something to do with metal of the can vs plastic of the bottle? But metal can get cold too, so... it's odd.
I was under the (apparently mistaken!) impression that fizzy drink couldn't freeze because of the bubbles.
Mind you it was -5 last night. The juice is thawing nicely, it's mostly liquid now with just a sort of iceberg floating in the middle