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Gifts for: the homebrewer

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Homebrew pint glasses remind everyone that what they’re sipping can’t get any fresher. $60 for eight, etsy.com/shop/vital

Mark ever-changing homebrew kegs with Tap Boards, hand-made from wood with an erasable chalkboard face. $40, tapboards.com

Rogue’s Hazelnut Brown Nectar homebrew kit packs everything you need to brew a clone of the brewery’s rich, nutty brown ale in one box. $53, rogue.com (And win it here!)

BottleMark Design makes custom bottle caps using photos and logos uploaded by you and a first-of-its-kind digital printing process that can print 1 cap or 1,000 with no color limits. 12 cents each, bottlemark.com

An Idaho design studio customizes these waterproof labels (you pick the text and colors). Bonus: The heavy-duty labels are self-adhesive (read: no glue!) and have notch-able “enjoy by” months. $85 for 50, girlingearstudio.com

BIG TICKET ITEM: Turn a hobby homebrewer semi-pro with a MoreBeer! BrewSculpture; the one-pump Tippy model features a mash tun that tips over to remove spent grain, no heavy lifting required. From $2,500, morebeer.com

 


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