These holiday gifts will have beer drinkers toasting your great ideas.
Finding some great holiday gifts for beer drinkers doesn’t have to send you on a wild goose chase. While some people might want to uncover some hidden limited batch gem, most beer lovers just want to enjoy a great beer. Why not keep it simple this year and give them what they want this holiday season.
If you are looking for a unique gift, consider the Pilsner Urquell Mugloo. While some beer drinkers love collecting special mugs for display, this idea combines a collectible and a beer drinking glass. In some ways, it is two gifts in one.
The Pilsner Urquell Mugloo is available online at PilsnerUrquellMugloo.com for $24.99. Just remember to clean the mug before you put it back on the base.
One of the easiest gifts is sending a friend some beer. Luckily, brands like Budweiser have transformed their cans into a winter wonderland. With special holiday designs, these Budweiser cans could make that holiday cookie event a lot more fun.
While many people serve milk and cookies, these Budweiser holiday cans could be a new holiday tradition. Why not put a few holiday cans on the table with that plate of cookies this year. Santa might leave a few extra presents for that choice.
If you are looking to raise a toast across the miles, Miller High Life has a great option. The Champagne of Beers has created custom Holiday Coupe Glasses. These special glasses connect to Wi-Fi and light up when you virtually connect via a toast.
Available at MHLToastFromAfar.com on December 15, these limited-edition coupe glasses are just $19.03. And, consider sending that friend the 750mL Miller High Life Champagne bottle. It makes a fun holiday gift.
Even if you live in a warm climate, it is holiday sweater season. For Miller Lite fans, the sweater season has taken over its cans as well as food fashion. From a festive scarf to a vest to even a koozie for your beer, Miller Lite has it covered.
These ideas are just a few of the many holiday gifts that beer drinkers would be excited to open. What will you be putting under the tree this year? More importantly, what will you be sipping while opening presents?