The Booziest Best Drinking Gifts
The shapes of these craft beer glasses are supposed to enhance flavors and unlock aromas. They also just look really cool at a party.
Numbers are important, and this 64-ounce growler is designed for the serious craft beer drinker. The yellow color is just plain fun, too.
You know your guy's got skills, so give him a kit to turn him into a beer maker. It's sure to be his next talent.
Because it's useless reminding your significant other to toss those bottle caps in the trash. Here's a win-win for all — turn the caps into art.
There's a reason those craft beer glasses are shaped differently for each kind of brew. These pretty glasses are made in France, too.
Nothing worse than picking up a beer only to discover it's warm (and the game is starting). Here's a quickie solution that he'll appreciate.
It's the 21st century and beer glasses can now chill on their own. Here's the gift that's fun to receive (and you'd never think to buy yourself.)
You're looking for a gift for the person who completes you. And this pair of socks completely shows you know him well.
It's safe to safe craft beers are taking over the world. Here's the best guidebook to gift your beer lover.
Give a design-forward stainless steel bottle that keeps a bottle of beer frosty cold — and protects the bottle from breaking while you're out tailgating.
Here's a mini, tabletop version of beer pong for a finger-flicking fun night together.
Give him the gift of beer delivered straight to his door. Hopefully in time for must-see TV night.
Here's a big ticket gift for your one-and-only (or a great group gift from the whole family). Thanks to the wonders of technology he can brew any craft style beer with the touch of a button!
These craft beer bottle cap knobs are calling out for the cabinet drawers of his man cave.
For your craft beer fan, here's a brewtiful shirt to give.
There are fancy cupcake carriers, and yes, now there are now fancy beer carriers. This wooden beer caddy thinks of all the details.
Here's a cute game for your favorite beer lover. Just add beer.
Recipe boxes used to be filled with notes on making a meatloaf or icebox cake. This modern recipe kit sets up your beer lover with making traditional pale ale.
The fridge is alway jam-packed, so she'll appreciate a handy way to keep the beer bottles in order.
Cheers to a shirt that looks rad — and celebrates how the local movement has hit the beer scene, too.
Some love to go deep into learning about the things they love. Give that beer connoisseur a lesson in beer tasting.
Consider this beer gift the complete package — brews from around the world mixed with salty treats for when the munchies come on strong.
These wine charms are the perfect party solution for any hostess, and they're sparkly. A gem of a gift.
Because when she wants a bottle of Pinot with dinner, she doesn't want to wait for it to be chilled.
Don't be surprised if your person suddenly starts checking the door for deliveries. Because getting a bottle of wine sent to you is a package you don't want to miss.
These tumblers make it easy to drink wine at a park, by the pool, or out on the boat.
This sweet wine box is sure to tug on the heartstings of those new homeowners. (If they just built their new home, you can buy a bottle in the year it was built.)
You can't give your sweetheart a vineyard, but you can turn your favorite wine lover into a wine maker.
Fancy pearls are not her thing. But wine pearls? That's a gift that shows you're in the know.
Because when the temperatures get hot, you're looking for wine that's chilled.
Because the cat lady in your life needs a set of cat drink markers for her rosé parties.
For the entertainer who's always hosting friends (and opening lots of wine), this handy tool preserves what's leftover.
Coffee is crucial, but let's face it. She also needs her wine.
Sometimes the best gift you can give is the gift of experiencing something new (in drinking).
Consider this glass the perfect gift for the wine lover who loves a good joke.
Boozie brunch parties will be easier — and more stylish — with these recipe glasses for how to whip together the perfect drink.
Wedges are hot — and we're not just talking about shoes she can wear. If your person likes whiskey and does not have a whiskey wedge — this is the need-it gift of the year.
These diamond glasses look as fancy as the whiskey your friends are fond of.
If you're looking for a quality, complete set of craft bar essentials, look no further. No muddling around.
Because the best way to serve up cocktails is in insulated copper. The drinks taste better and the mugs look cooler.
Laboratory glass meets calligraphy-style lettering in gold for a boozie decanter that will make over her home bar.
Between the saying on these glasses — and the whiskey inside — you can be sure you're giving the gift of an instant conversation starter.
You know your person likes anything nautical (which is also a perfect theme for summer). So these nautical whiskey stones are a win-win.
Here's the best weekend project you can give: a kit that turns a generic bottle of booze into a delicious homeblend gin. (Hopefully you'll get an invite over to test out the results.)
What did the world do before whiskey stones? You had ice watering down the liquor. #firstworldproblems
This special kit makes for smaller, faster barrel aging. Perfect for those who love a light spirit, like gin or vodka.
Give a kit to make small-batch flavored vodkas at home. With this gift, your friend's parties will be infused with more fun.
There is a science to making cocktails. And of course, there's an app for that. Here's a high-tech cocktail mixing kit for your serious at-home mixologist.
Turns out, there's a mind-boggling number of whiskeys to try in the world. Here's a tasting kit to get him started.