We know you have a few beer lovers on your list. Now stop looking in the mirror, we’re talking about giving gifts to others. We searched the interwebz – specially our beer partners websites – and found some amazing gifts. Check ‘em out…
Reminiscent of a 1950’s construction worker’s lunch box, this is a super cool gift for the beer lover in your life. Let’s face it, whomever you buy this for most likely will not be slugging it around with a spam sandwich. Chances are it will be on display… up on the shelf, in the office – OR – if you have kids… full of Lego pieces. Either way, a solid choice for a beer gift.
Tickets to Toronto’s Festival of Beer
Let’s say you have a friend. And this friend likes things like flowery surf shirts and Jimmy Buffet. Well say ‘aloha’ to this can coozie which keeps your cans cold and your hands free. International shipping may apply to this bad boy.
Wrap up winter with a Goose Island Jaquard blanky. We had to google what jacquard meant, but we’re glad we know now. You cannot go wrong with a blanket. One size fits all. If you have a Goose Island lover in your life, then we found you the perfect gift! Shipped from the US of A.
It’s called Audio Visceral and it’s from a band that the co-founder of Beau’s is in. It might be good, it might be… um… not so good, but one thing is for certain… for the Beau’s fan in your life it will blow their mind.
This product is from the UK, but we couldn’t resist adding to our list. Imagine how fancy you will feel when you present to your loved one… *clears throat* “May I present Old Speckled Hen Chutney made with caramelised red onion chutney infused with a generous glug of Old Speckled Hen”.
They say we (Canadians) are obsessed with hockey. They may right, since these red lights keep selling! Sync it up with your fav team and celebrate each goal properly. This is a must have for anyone with an unusual affinity for under armour shirts and a passion for hockey.
Something feels so right about these branded grilling tongs. Sure you have to order from the USA, but it’s Samuel Adams people! Jim Koch’s story about starting this brewery is a pretty good story and will no doubt be re-told every time you fire up the grill!
Take a look at the video below to get a taste of what TFOB is all about. #TFOB2017 is July 28-30 Bandshell Park, Exhibition Place. This year our feature country is *drum roll please* … CANADA! No better time than Canada’s 150th celebration aka: #Canada150, to raise a glass with breweries and brews from coast to coast! We’ll bring the best of the best to Toronto’s Festival of Beer, presented by the Beer Store.