FAQs
Most frequent questions and answers

Sorry, we do not sell dry ice. Click here to find dry ice near you!

No, but we recommend buying block ice. Block ice can be broken up and when placed in a blender it has the same effect as shaved ice for snow-cones.

Our dock/office hours are:

  • Memorial Day thru Labor Day-Monday thru Friday 7 to 6 pm.
  • Saturday 8 to 2 pm.
  • Sunday 8 to noon.
  • Labor Day to Memorial Day-Monday thru Friday 7 to 5 pm.
  • Saturday & Sunday closed

For retail and wholesale businesses looking for regular delivery, please call for pricing – (812) 279-8930.

Cosner’s Ice is made with bottle quality water where as your refrigerator ice is made directly from the tap. Average refrigerator ice carries a cloudy appearance and may have a foul aftertaste. Cosner’s Ice nuggets are crystal clear and have no aftertaste. You can test this yourself by leaving a few ice cubes in a glass to melt. When they melt, taste the water and compare it to that of Cosner’s; the difference is clear!

No. We refinish, repair, and reuse our boxes.

No. Store owned boxes may be repaired if ownership is taken over by Cosner’s Ice. Contact Jon, jon@cosnerice.com for details.

While there is no scientific answer to this question, there are some general guidelines for figuring out how much ice you’ll need. If you’re having a ‘non cocktail’ event, cooling food and beverages, 2 pounds per person is a good amount. If you’re having a ‘cocktail’ event, cooling alcoholic beverages, mixing ice in drinks, 5 pounds per person is a good amount. These amounts are general guidelines and are not based on any scientific formula.

You can also use our Ice Calculatorto find out how much you will need for your event.

Please find directions to Cosner Ice here

2404 U. Street (for GPS please use; 2407 Washington Ave.) 

Bedford, Indiana

The International Packaged Ice Association’s mission is for its members to provide the retailer and consumer with a safe, high-quality, consumable food product. IPIA members recognize that ICE IS FOOD and should meet mandatory safe packaged ice accreditation standards. Remember to look for the IPIA logo on your ice products.

For any other questions please visit the Contact Us Page