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Best gifts for beer-lovers

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Out of ideas for the beer-lover on your list? Shop our guide of sudsy gifts.

Give the friend who’s always throwing beer dinners customized VinoBrew paddles (from $18); they’re perfect for flights.

Buy at: vinobrew.com

Fire-lovin’ foodies will douse everything with Oskar Blues’ five beer-infused hot sauces ($7 to $10), which range from the sweet Gordon Imperial Red sauce to the flaming Ten FIDY sauce loaded with superhot ghost chiles. We like the Old Chub Scotch Ale version perked up with cayenne.

Buy at: oskarblues.com

Wannabe homebrewers will be bottling in no time with the Northern Brewer Starter Kit ($80), which includes buckets, tubing, bottle caps and more.

Buy at: northernbrewer.com

Wrap a mixed sixer and a pocket-sized “33 Bottles of Beer” journal ($10 for 3) for a note-taking beer fiend.

Buy at: 33beers.com

Tongue-in-cheek Beer Bands ($10) slip around bottles and cans to keep craft from getting lost at a party.

Buy at: amazon.com

A reproduction of a 1967 design by artist David Weidman, this screen-printed canvas celebrating National Beer Week ($48) will be at home on an artsy beer drinker’s wall.

Buy at: urbanoutfitters.com

Download Cypress Grove Chevre’s free beer-and-cheese pairing guides, and deliver it with crackers, brew and Purple Haze, the cheesemonger’s best-selling goat cheese laden with lavender and fennel pollen.

Buy at: cypressgrovechevre.com

Serious connoisseurs will appreciate The Beer Journal’s ($13) comprehensive beer style and flavor guides plus more than 100 pages for organized note-taking.

Buy at: amazon.com

Fashion-forward beer drinkers will proudly sport these cufflinks ($32), made from vintage cash register keys.

Buy at: etsy.com

 


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