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We all have that one friend who's obsessed with beer. The person who's so obsessed that they skipped the crappy college beers and went straight into craft beers: double IPAS, fruited sours, pastry stouts — you get the idea. Beer lovers are some picky folks, so getting them a six-pack (or a four-pack as is the usual for craft beer) might seem a bit too daunting. Instead, get them something beer-adjacent. Whether it's a way to make their own beer that doesn't involve commandeering the bathtub to a device that actually lets them drink beer in the bathtub, these beer gifts will have your beer lover hopping for joy.
How cozy does a Beer Blanket sound? Most koozies are whatever, but Rumpl raised the bar with its superior camp blanket turned into a koozie.
When it comes to low-brow beer, it's tough to beat Coors Banquet (and if it's in a stubby bottle, well game over). Huckberry's recent collabs with the Banquet has offered some unique pieces that have sold out quick. Somehow this corduroy hat is still in stock.
Ain't nothing worse than warm beer. The Hopsulator is a koozie for standard 12-ounce cans, as well as tall boys. It even does triple duty by acting as a tumbler.
This is the kind of bottle opener you lend that has someone saying, "Wow, nice bottle opener!"
The Teku is beer glass royalty. Its stemmed construction prevents you from warming up your beer, and the thin curved lip makes for a smooth and easy sip.
These are the nicest damn coasters you'll ever own. Because they're made of merino wool, they'll soak up drips and dribble without actually ever feeling wet.
If your beer-loving friend is an IPA-all-day-every-day kind of beer lover, get them Spiegelau's IPA glass — it was literally made for the perfect IPA-drinking experience.
Refrigerator space is precious, but so is beer. Optimize your fridge's real estate by using some magnets to make your beer bottles float.
One of the most iconic beer labels, in t-shirt form.
The author and beer critic Michael James Jackson is arguably responsible for sparking the craft beer movement in America. His books are a must on any beer lover's shelf, and this guide to Belgium's great beers (while published in 2008) is still extremely relevant today.
If they've been to a craft beer festival they're certainly familiar of the porron mouth pour, so let them take that experience home.
The lastest offering from Whiskey Peaks is a double wall beer stein with a raised impression of Mt. Hood.
Go full-on hipster by making your own beer at home. Beard not included.
With its 18/8 medical-grade steel, Miir's insulated growler keeps your beer (or whatever drink) cool for 24 hours.
Halfway Crooks makes some great lagers, so let them celebrate the most popular beer style in America.
The original craft beer gift, there are plenty of ways to customize what they get from the Craft Beer Club.
From the legendary Brooklyn Brewery head brewer Garrett Oliver, there might not be a more important compendium on craft beer ever written.
Every brewery swears by this glass rinser, and you can own one for a cool $99.
This convenient and mobile backpack keeps your drinks cold for 36 hours, and the thing itself only weighs a little over three pounds. No more hard coolers for you.
OK, so we can all agree that the crowler killed the growler, right? With that said, in our outdoor-meet-up-Covid-times, a carbonated growler actually makes a lot of sense for filling up at a local craft brewery before that picnic in the park or the backyard hangout.
Yeti says this can hold eight beers, and if they're cans probably a few more. No one is ever unhappy about being gifted a Yeti cooler — just sayin'.
While Yeti's Tundra might be a better overall hard cooler, the RTIC is a very close second and comes in a whopping $115 cheaper.