These movers were fabulous. Very helpful, respectful, calling out the box numbers for me to check off my own handmade list (also good practice for Russian three digit numbers recall) and patiently waiting while I figured out which room each box should be put in. The unpacking got overwhelming, and in several cases I had to tell the movers to stop unpacking things because a pile on the floor needs immediate attention whereas a pile neatly boxed can wait until tomorrow if necessary and there is a critical threshold of floorspace that cannot be cleared in a day.
As expected, everything was cold. Some things frozen solid (shampoo). Some things exactly the right chilly temperature for enjoyment immediately (Yeungling). We put all the items that, once cold, should probably not resume room temperature in one bedroom's balcony and opened the window to the outside. We now have until April or May to consume everything located therein.
And for some other items, we now play the game of "can this, frozen and then thawed, be safely consumed?"