I found this recent WDFW release a bit puzzling about propane stoves (Posted on the Stewardship forum). They didn't mention iso tho
Keep a cold camp. Campfires and charcoal briquets are currently prohibited across Eastern WA state lands. Also avoid using personal camp stoves and lanterns fueled by propane.
I think the propane aspect is a bit too specific, reading the entire section it appears to me that they are saying don't burn anything, regardless of fuel type.
Prevent wildfires and stay safe by following these recommendations
Keep a cold camp. Campfires and charcoal briquets are currently prohibited across eastern Washington state lands, but also avoid using personal camp stoves, propane fire rings, and lanterns fueled by propane. Eat no-cook foods or cook food at home and bring it with you.
That makes more sense. But cold coffee... well, I guess it's still caffeine!
Well IDK -- my son seems to be happy to pay extra money for "cold brew" coffee. I'm not.
However for "alpine start" mornings from home, I have been know to load up my french press in the evening with cold water and place it in the fridge next to batch of "overnight oats" for getting going in the morning with a minimum of steps, but without resorting to a "clif bar" breakfast.
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