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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.

 
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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
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