Pop machine mystery
OK, I live where it can get very cold in the winter, and I've always wondered something whenever I see an outdoor pop machine.
In the summer they obviously have refrigerators to keep the pop cold, but in the winter they must have heaters to keep the pop from freezing.
Does it seem strange to anyone else that in the winter you are getting pop that is warmed up above air temperature?
Anyone know the inner workings of pop machines well enough to know how this is actually done?