10 more gifts for beer lovers

If our bottle-filled gift guide didn’t give you enough inspiration, scroll through these liquidless (but still utterly beery) gift ideas.

Smart sampling
CB2’s Mini Tube Stacking Glasses are the perfect vessels for tiny tipples—or presenting beer flights at home. $3 each, cb2.com
Bike Beervana
Perfect for beer runners and “Portlandia” fans, “Hop in the Saddle: A Guide to Portland’s Craft Beer Scene, by Bike” is a design-y, pocket-sized guide to Beervana’s finest with must-ride routes and optional beer- or bike-heavy extensions. $10, hopinthesaddle.com
Beer doodles
Go beyond bar-napkin doodles with “Color Me Drunk,” a drink-and-draw activity book that’s the perfect outlet for your liquid creativity. $11, amazon.com
Gift boxing
Man Crates gift boxes—like the Personalized Barware version, loaded with beer snacks and laser-etched pint glasses and coasters—arrive in stamped wood crates; the included crowbar lets the recipient bust it open with brute force. $90, mancrates.com
Take it to go
We’ve already expressed our love for the huge 64-ounce Hydro Flask, but the 12-ounce size is perfect for the beer-trekker who doesn’t want to share. This one-beer version’s double-walled and vacuum-insulated, and keeps the cold in and the hot out on even overnight adventures. from $20, hydroflask.com
Where beer and meat meet
Calling all carnivores: The Samuel Adams Boston Lager Cut was developed as the ideal beer-pairing steak, with meat-and-malt sweetness as the starring flavor component. Get six 8-ounce steaks and a pair of Boston Lager glasses in a special gift package. $100, robinsonsprimereserve.com
Bottle art
For that guy who’s still lining up dead soldiers on the windowsill, an H&K Sculptures bottle caddy (made from recycled steel and copper) is the grown-up way to proudly show off an empty—or display a still-full special occasion bottle. $29 to $119, winecaddys.com
Pints for two
Perfect for that couple who met at Toronado and bonds over barleywines, artisan Jennifer Fillinger's hand-engraved glasses are customized to include a twosome's initials and anniversary date. $85 for two, uncommongoods.com
Signed up
Your beer-making buddy can make all the stouts he wants, but he’s not really a brewer until he has his own sign. Red Envelope’s craft beer barrel sign is made of iron-strapped oak and is fully customizable. $150, redenvelope.com
All dressed up
Because sometimes there’s no better gift to give than a beer, and no better way to dress it up than with a tie. Botskis bottle ties, $10, botskis.com