Nothing beats a cold beer after a long moment. But if you are a brew-obsessed individual, it can not just be any ol’ variety. This refreshing beverage really needs a kick-ass taste and culture behind its presence, and sometimes your supermarket
Perfect pairing: Smoked German salame and porter crackers with horseradish mustard.
Handcrafted rustic wood beer tote is custom crafted by hand, one by one. A gift for a special person or couple that loves beer but also can carry soda or any beverage which comes in a bottle or can. Caddy come with rustic opener and is personalized on one end, opposite end can be personalized for an additional cost. Holds 6 – 12oz bottles or cans and measures 10.5″x6.5″x13.5″. These beer totes make fabulous gifts for your wedding party or any occasion when you want to give a unique personal gift.
PLEASE NOTE: Our totes are made by design to be rustic. We hand select our wood with knots and cracks to add character to each piece and may even use special techniques to make them look even more distressed. If you are looking for highly polished smooth furniture and not rustic, then our product may not be what you’re looking for. Although our wood is carefully constructed, sturdy and sanded, it will not be smooth or free of knots and cracks, etc. This is part of the character and a signature of our design. We take great pride in creating a custom piece for each of our customers like we were making it for our own family, but also understand that the rustic, primitive, repurposed look is not everyone’s liking and want you to be pleased with your specially made piece.
Beer T-Shirt Club: As a member of the Beer T-Shirt Club, you will receive one t-shirt a month from the most interesting and far flung breweries, micro-breweries, and bars.
Brew-opoly: Players buy or trade their favorite beers and increase property value by purchasing Brewpubs and Microbreweries.
Sam Adams Utopias: Check out this video from Sam Adams about their ultimate extreme beer.
Beer 101: The material contained in this course is essential for anyone ‘beginning’ to take craft beer appreciation more seriously. Students passing the course with at least a 70% will receive a printable certificate from the Brewers Association.
iBottleOpener: A protective case for your iPhone that features a bottle opener on the back!
Custom sign or neon for the home bar.
Personalized pint glasses, custom coasters or other bar accessories
Artisanal Cheese: This site offers cheese suggestions for six styles of beer.
He Said Beer, She Said Wine by Sam Calagione & Marnie Old: his is the first fully illustrated book on the market to give in-depth instruction on how to successfully pair both beer and wine with a wide variety of foods.
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Port-a-Pint Folding Beer Glass: A retractable pint glass ready for life on the go.
Bark for Beer: This little gadget is a dog collar and bottle opener in one.
Beer Bike Jersey: What rider doesn’t need another jersey? Especially one that features their favorite craft beer!
Stone Brewing Company skateboard
The Deconstructing Craft Beer poster: This full-size poster is brimming with information about craft beer’s ingredients, flavors, tasting techniques and more!
Tasting Beer by Randy Mosher: Beer lovers will discover the ingredients and brewing methods that make each brew unique and learn to identify the scents, colors, flavors, and mouthfeel of all the major beer styles.
Gift membership to the American Homebrewers Association: includes a subscription to Zymurgy magazine and discounts at more than 500 breweries and pubs across the country!
Beer Glassware Set: great to use with The Style Finder section of CraftBeer.com.
Tickets to a beer dinner in your area. Use the event listings on CraftBeer.com to see what’s coming up!
The Best of American Beer and Food by Lucy Saunders: This book begins by exploring the art of pairing flavorful beers with specific foods, then turns to recipes that incorporate beer, using the various flavors available from today’s ales and lagers as food flavor components.
Marinade injector: The recipes on CraftBeer.com all involve beer. A marinade injector is a great kitchen gadget to use when cooking with craft beer.
Trip to SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience in Washington, DC: check out this video preview