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20 Valentine's Day Gifts For Beer Lovers

02.11.2013 14:07 PM

Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to indulge in our passions – not simply for each other, but also our passion for delicious beer.

We have no controlled double-blind study to prove it, but we firmly believe: couples who enjoy beer together, stay together. So consider these beer-themed gifts this Valentine’s Day. With Amazon Super Saver Shipping (free to PRIME members), you can have a well-thought gift on your doorstep within 2 days.

For the Beer Connoisseur:

Amazing Club’s “Beer of the Month” – 3 months for $101.85  

For the Home Brewer:

Brooklyn Brew Shop’s Chocolate Maple Porter Beer Kit - $15

For the Beautiful:

Coffee and Chocolate Beer Soap - $10.50

For the Book Worm:

The Brewmaster’s Table by Brooklyn Brewery’s Garrett Oliver - $12.98

For the Chef:

The Best of American Food & Beer by Lucy Saunders - $15.61

For the Jewelry Lover:

Sterling Silver Movable Beer Stein Charm Necklace - $35

For the Beer Pong Lover:

Beer Pong Champ Dog Tag Necklace - $14.95

For the Home Owner:

Beer Welcome Mat - $8.99

For the Movie Buff:

How Beer Saved The World DVD - $11.19

For the Winner:

Brew-Opoly Game - $24.99

For the Serious Taster:

Libbey Craft Brew Sampler Beer Glass Set - $29.99

For the Traveler:

The Great American Ale Trail: The Craft Beer Lover’s Guide to the Best Watering Holes in the Nation - $13.60

For the Collector:

Innis & Gunn Rum Cask Finish Oak Aged Beer - $7.99

For the Tech Geek:

iOpener iPhone Bottle Opener - $22

For the Rogue:

Rogue Dead Guy Ale Ingredient Kit - $48.11

For the German:

Warsteiner 1 Liter Das Boot - $34.95

For the Hopeless Romantic:

I Love You More Than Beer by Rex Hamilton - $8.99

For the TV Junkie:

Discovery Channel’s Brew Masters Season 1 - $9.99

For the Newlyweds:

Mr. and Mrs. Beer Koozies Set - $9.69

A Word To The Wise: 

 In selecting your beer-related gifts, try to choose beers based on your loved one’s preferences or based on a shared experience. Making your own gift basket including some of these items and hand-selected beer is a great way to show your thoughtfulness. (Look for a craft-your-own-six-pack deal to save money.)

Consider pricier tall bottles of “special occasion” beer that you can share in champagne flutes, and split a box of gourmet chocolate. If you are staying home, consider assembling a beer tasting dinner – from cheese and meats to the main course and dessert.

Learn how to make homebrew and cook beer-related recipes together. Also, consider attending a beer-centric event, visiting a brewery to do a beer tasting, or taking a beer-themed getaway out of town. In the end, a beer-related gift shows that you are thoughtful, you support your partner's interests, and you are open to trying new experiences to keep the relationship blossoming for years to come.

Happy Valentine's Day!


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