Beer lover’s rejoice!  The beer culture in America is growing at tremendous speed. The Brewery Association now reports more than 4,100 craft breweries and beer pubs across the nation. That is the highest number of craft beerhouses since the late 1800’s.


Great Gifts for Craft Beer Lovers


Offering a local taste of beer culture in virtually every community across the nation, craft beer is an art form that today’s beer lover understands.

With that in mind, it makes sense to think about beer gifts to buy the beer lover in your life that he (or she) will appreciate.




Do Glasses Really Matter?

Ask any beer drinker what his favorite glass is and he will be quick to name it. From tall Pilsner glassware to the frosted mug, beer drinkers usually have a favorite glass type.  Once you know what kind of glassware your beer lover uses, then consider buying ones that sport specific brewery logos or sayings on them. Some brands even offer glasses to customers.




How Does Your Beer Lover Keep His Brew Cold?

Nothing beats a cold brew on a hot summer day. But ask yourself, how does the beer lover in you life keep those bottles cold?  From cooler bags and stand alone varieties to specialized refrigerators, there are plenty of cooling devices that you can buy for your beer loving friends. The Personalized Insulated Growler Cooler is another nifty device that cools 12 bottles at a time of you favorite brew.




What Specialty Items Are Available?

When it comes to pleasing a beer lover, think pub. A professional beer barrel will look good in any man cave, and be practical too. Offering an airlock system, it is a stylish way to store large amounts of your favorite brew.

Signs and plaques are another great gift, making a wonderful decoration to any home bar area.

Wall mounted beer mug racks can help keep the bar organized, while also showcasing those specialty mugs given as a gift.

Finding the right gift for the beer lover in your life isn’t hard. There are plenty of fun, whimsical and practical gift ideas available. Simply consider the recipient’s style and favorite brews; then, go scout out a few local breweries for ideas.