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    27 Perfect Gifts For Anyone Who Loves Beer

    Make someone ~hoppy~ for the holidays.

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    1. An insulated beer mug so they can enjoy every last drop at the temperature the beer gods intended — ice cold.


    An FYI that this mug holds 20 ounces of beer and includes a tight spill-preventing lid.

    Promising review: "Well made, nice looking, keeps liquids cold (maybe hot, haven't tried that). If I had more friends, I'd buy more of these. The lid is a real plus since flies and other bugs like to dive into my drink when I'm outside on the patio. I usually take my bug assault salt shooter to fend off the bugs, but now it's unnecessary and I'll save a small, very small, fortune on table salt." —Louie

    Get it from Amazon for $19.95.

    2. A game of "Beeropoly" they can break out at parties that's pretty much guaranteed to be several steps up from their usual go-to drinking game.

    Uncommon Goods

    Players engage in a series of beer challenges (from a rhyming competition to demonstrating their best dance move) and the last person standing drinks from the "community cup."

    Promising review: "This game is so beautifully made, you won't want to spill beer on it. But it's ok if you do, just wipe it right off! This game will make your Saturday night go from Netflix and chill to game night and cheers!" —Sarah

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $35.

    3. A beer holder for the shower, because no one should let basic hygiene get in the way of enjoying their favorite beverage.


    Promising review: "Got this for the wife. It its solid. I've bonked my head on it, shoulder rushed it, donkey punched and tea bagged this thing and it will NOT fall off our glass shower door." —Captain Spungo

    Get it from Amazon for $13.95 (available in six colors).

    4. And how about some homemade beer soaps in a variety of delightful scents to top it off?

    CraftsmanSoapCo / Etsy

    The set of six soaps includes: Eucalyptus Brown, Angeles Forest IPA, Golden State Hefe, Hops & Barley Scrub, Coastal Sage Lager, and Citrus & Spruce Saison.

    Promising review:
    "The box smelled so good, I couldn't wait to open and have my husband try one. He's used three of them so far. He also uses in his beard and the scent stays almost all day. We can't decide on our favorite one yet. Not only do they smell wonderful, he loves the feel." —Amanda

    Get it from CraftsmanSoapCo. on Etsy for $15.

    5. Beer-foaming stones, so they can replicate the experience of a deliciously foam-topped on-tap brew in the comfort of their own home.

    Uncommon Goods

    Promising review: "These stones really do imitate a great draft beer at the bar. Keeps the foam going and your beer cold (if you store them in the freezer). They look great and are a unique gift!" —Andrea

    Get the set of two stones from Uncommon Goods for $28.

    6. A set of beer-patent prints that'll look great above their bar cart or hanging anywhere in their home, really.


    This set includes four 8"x10" prints; frames sadly not included.

    Promising review: "These are great! They look great for our basement bar. We will order more in different themes for our cabin!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $18.96 (and find 8"x10" frames here).

    7. A six-piece beer glassware set so they'll have all the glasses they need to optimally enjoy whatever type of suds are on the agenda.


    The dishwasher-safe set includes one glass each of the following: classic pilsner, English pub, Belgian ale, craft pub glass, porter/stout, and wheat beer.

    Promising review: "A wonderful purchase for the craft brew lover in your life! I bought this as a gift for a friend who loves to drink different kinds of craft beer. He has had nothing but good things to say about this gift and loves having the proper glasses at home for the different kinds of beer he has picked up. It's nice to be able to drink beer at home the way it is meant to be poured." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99.

    8. A super-cute bottle opener and corkscrew that'll make for a meowy good stocking stuffer.


    Promising review: "Love this. It even survived a disposal attack after my real cat pushed it into the sink and it fell into the running garbage disposal. Still works!" —Sara W.

    Get it from Amazon for $14.13.

    9. A beer-making kit to take their love for all things hoppy to the next level.


    Promising review: "Got this as part of a Mr. Beer kit as a Christmas present from my daughter. Very simple and easy first beer to brew. I was certain that I had to have screwed something up in the process. To my surprise: a very drinkable and quality IPA. I have shared with many IPA friends who have a hard time believing it's home-brewed and even a harder time believing it was my first attempt! Great first beer to try if you like IPAs and want to keep it simple." — HopDrop

    Get it from Target for $23.49 (and find more options for brewing different kinds of beers, as well as refill kits, here).

    10. And a set of reusable bottles that are safer than glass, to use while they get into the swing of brew-making.


    This set includes 12 reusable 740ml BPA-free plastic PET bottles, caps, and bottle labels — perfect for brewing two gallons of beer or hard cider.

    Promising review: "I bought these bottles to use for second fermenting water kefir, and they work great! Whenever the pressure builds up too high, the bottom pops out and they get a little roly-poly but that's better than exploding. Since I'm a newbie to brewing, I'll wait to use glass bottles once I have more experience! I love these bottles — just bought another box because I'm branching out into ginger beer plant fermentation, and Jun tea fermentation. They come in a nice heavy box perfect for storing the unused bottles in, too!" —Effie

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    11. A recipe book for the at-home brewmaster, so they can take their small-batch game to new levels and experiment with different seasonal recipes.


    Promising review: "Getting an easy win with a small-batch is crucial for a novice homebrewer. Brooklyn Brew Shops Beer Making book walked me through the basics of making my first batch (all-grain) without digressing into too much detail. I brewed the Simcoe IPA for my first batch and I was thrilled with the results. That's not to say a more experienced brewer wouldn't appreciate this book. There is a diverse selection of recipes (each with a 1- and 5-gallon scale) ranging from the basic IPA I made to a Belgium Trippel. Highly recommended." —Killjoie

    Get it from Amazon for $11.49+.

    12. A sticker that says what's really on their mind while they're stuck at work.

    Julia Walck / Society 6

    Get it from Julia Walck on Society6 for $2.99+ (available in white and transparent and in four sizes).

    13. A pair of beer and BBQ socks, for the person who's a firm believer that there isn't a more iconic duo in existence.


    These socks fit most men's shoe sizes 6-12.

    Get the set of two pairs from Amazon for $14.99 (available in 31 designs).

    14. An on-demand class that'll teach them the DIY brewing basics without even needing to put on pants.


    Promising review: "This course is super dope and incredibly detailed. I'm just learning how to brew and before it seemed like a very intimidating process to learn, but this guy's curriculum is very noob-friendly and easy to follow." —Bryan Irvine

    Get it from Udemy for $19.99.

    15. A subscription to the Craft Beer Club, for the gift that truly does keep on giving.

    Craft Beer Club

    Each shipment includes 12 craft beers (four different styles, with two from each craft brewery), plus a newsletter detailing the story behind the beers and what they pair best with; you can gift one to 12 shipments as well as choose monthly, every-other-month, or quarterly subscriptions.

    Get it from Craft Beer Club for $42/shipment.

    16. A personalized beer caddy that'll make it easy to tote their favorite brews to a party or picnic.

    LoveandLuxeHandmade / Etsy

    The wooden six-pack caddy reads "Save Water, Drink Beer," includes a bottle opener, and can be personalized with the recipient's name.

    Promising review:
    "Really love this little thing. It's cute and super sturdy, yet lightweight. Perfect!" —Sara Boddie

    Get it from LoveandLuxeHandmade on Etsy for $24.99.

    17. A bottle-cap state map to transform their dusty ol' collection into a piece of quirky home decor.

    Uncommon Goods

    Promising review: "My family members have been competing over who can fill their beer cap maps fastest. The gift is always unexpected and a hit!" —Ptery

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $35 (available in all 50 states).

    18. And an automatic bottle opener so they can remove all those caps without denting them.


    Promising review: "This is very useful device! Generally you don't think of the 'bottle opener' as something that needs innovation, but this product is extremely easy to use. I purchased this because my partner had received a bottle cap display map as a Christmas present and we could never manage to get the bottle caps off of the bottles in a state that would actually go into the map; they were always bent or otherwise mangled. The opener works perfectly in terms of getting a bottle cap off without any damage. Surprisingly though it's also extremely easy to use and we've found ourselves using this opener out of convenience even if we're not trying to save the caps. The design is simple and easy to use. Probably perfect for folks who have a hard time gripping either a traditional opener or a bottle. The price was very reasonable and it turned out to be a great purchase." —Nicole

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

    19. A rustic beer flight set with a chalkboard panel that makes a great gift for the beer lover who enjoys entertaining.

    Amazon / Via

    Promising review: "Nice flight set. Made of wood that seems pretty nice and sturdy to me. It's a good first set for somebody." —ajl45gobucks

    Get it from Amazon for $23.99+ (available in five finishes).

    20. A ridiculously adorable pin for the person who loves sloths as much as they love a cold one.


    Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in pink and blue).

    21. A cheeky vintage-style tin poster that'll be a perfect accent in any room of their home.


    Get it from Amazon for $6.49.

    22. A drinking game that lives up to its name, for when you've gotten sick of playing What Do You Meme? for the hundredth time.

    Basically you draw a card and simply follow the instructions (e.g., "Everyone votes on who is the most likely to own ten cats. Everyone else drinks for that person.") — easy-peasy! There are no points — just play and drink (responsibly, of course). For two to eight players.

    Promising review: "If you are looking for a fun drinking game to add to your collection of Jenga and Cards Against Humanity, these are it. A really fun game that doesn't require much thought, and mostly an excuse to drink with friends while your favorite Spotify playlist plays in the background. Cute logo, and quality cards that won't get soggy if you accidentally spill on them. There are only 100 cards, so an expansion deck might be nice. These cards WILL get you drunk." —Joey

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99.

    23. A punny tee that lets the world know what types of crafts are actually up their alley.


    Promising review: "Super-soft basic tee. Tons of compliments on it. Washed and worn several times, still like it." —Sarah Newsome

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in women's sizes S-XL and men's sizes S-3XL and in five colors).

    24. A guide to tasting and pairing beer, for anyone who regularly hosts parties or who just wants to elevate their drinking and dining experiences.

    Amazon / Via

    Promising review: "While many have probably read The Brewmaster's Table, Schuyler Schultz takes a different but equally effective approach by exploring multi-course menus while taking the reader through the types of beers that make these pairings work. This is a book that is meant to help you shed your inhibitions and pair various types of beers with a wide array of dishes. I was particularly impressed with the chapters on cheese and beer pairings; they are concise and effective." —F. Gordon

    Get it from Amazon for $15.24.

    25. A beer-layering tool so they can make a pub-rivaling black and tan in the comfort of their own home.

    Uncommon Goods

    Promising review: "It truly does make the perfect black and tan! But you can layer any drink combination and for that it is amazing." —Heather

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $10.

    26. This framed print of a classic vintage Guinness ad that they'll love, no stout about it.

    Best Vintage Posters / Society6

    Get it from Best Vintage Posters on Society6 for $47.99+ (available in four sizes and eight frame colors).

    27. And a mini-fridge (with a built-in speaker!), so they never have to be more than arm's length away from their beloved brew.


    Fits six cans and includes a cooler and warmer feature, a removable shelf, self-locking latch, and carry handle. Speaker connects with your smart device via Bluetooth.

    Promising review: "This fridge is just perfect, especially for a dorm or car. I have one of these in my car and one in my dorm room, it's literally perfect and the speaker is much better than you would expect — it is really loud and really clear and the Bluetooth works from very far and also the price on this fridge is very low compared to its value." —mendel s

    Get it from Amazon for $44.99.

    The reviews in this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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