8 gift ideas for beer lovers
Crack open a bottle of cheer this holiday season, and get hopping on these gifts for the beer lover in your life. It wouldn't be a Christmas in Brew City, after all, without the gift of beer.
And for the rest of your gift-giving needs, click here for our gift guides for families that love to travel, gifts that give back, presents for the home, favorites for your foodie, beauty junkies and the theater fans in your life.
Get lit with Lit MKE. These handcrafted gems come in tons of different beers and you could choose bottles or cans.
If you are looking for some custom barware for a mancave or you want to liven up your home, these are sure to get a chuckle.
PubPass is a magic book that gets you a free pint of craft beer or cider at 25 great Milwaukee bars and breweries for just $25. Our Molly Snyder tells you all about it here.
This cheesy gift is sure to please any lactose-loving folks on your list. The beer isn't included, so you can add your own faves!
6. "Champagne of Beers"
You can't go wrong with the "champagne of beers," Miller High Life. Even better? You can still grab the champagne bottle version sizes around town. Cheers to that. #414letshaveonemore!
7. Beer caps map of Wisconsin
This is a gift that is sure to eventually be full of your beer-lovers memories. They can add their own caps as they go along.
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Insulated to keep your beer colder, longer and protected from breakage, Bottlekeeper is made for the typical 12-ounce bottle, has durable powder-coated metallic and printed finishes, and lots of color options to choose from. Oh yeah, there's also a bottle opener in the cap and a tether to keep it attached. We'd pair it with a Miller Lite to start, but to each his own.
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