My ex-wife and I used to freeze lemon and lime ice cubes from pure juice. We'd put them in a big ziplock and whenever we wanted lemonade or some lime juice, we'd throw some in a pitcher or glass. Very convenient.
Every time I've ever frozen carbonated drinks, it lost
it's carbonation when it thawed out. You can partially freeze it, like seaworthy
lass talks about, and get a really nice slushy drink.
One of my favorite party tricks at Lake Havasu or down river is the "frozen Corona" trick. I use soft sided American Outdoors coolers because they have amazing insulation
and they don't scratch my friend's custom boats. I put in a case of Corona, 20 or 30 lbs of ice, and a few handfuls of rock salt
. Within a couple of hours, the temp. in the cooler drops to the low 20s, maybe lower, even though the outside temp. is 110* or above. I'll spot someone in a boat right next to us with a Corona, and I'll tell him or her that my Corona is so cold, it has ice crystals in it. Of course htey don't believe me, so I pull one out, and you can see a few crystals in the neck. When I pop the cap, you see the pressure drop and the ice crystals grow all the way to the bottom of the bottle. They're usually amazed, dying to find out how I got my beer
that cold in 110* heat! It's all in the rock salt
Don't do this with sodas, we learned that the hard way! We had a cooler with beer
and sodas in it and we left it overnight, all of the canned sodas froze solid and exploded, leaving a sticky mess to clean out of the cooler the next morning! LOL