Guide to 15 Christmas Beers for 2014

“What’s the best Christmas beer?” I hear this question a lot from readers.

With so many Christmas beers on the market and more pouring in each season, craft beer lovers do not want to miss the best Christmas beer.

The good news is there are many great Christmas beers!

I created a list of 15 of my favorite Christmas Beers in a resource guide. It’s called 15 Christmas Beers for 2014. Each beer is unique and special in it’s own way. Here are a few examples:

  • Southern Tier 2XMAS is a double spiced ale brewed in the tradition of Swedish Glögg.
  • St. Bernardus Christmas Ale is a Belgian Quadrupel with loads of flavors. A go-to Christmas beer!
  • Hair of the Dog Doggie Claws a bottle conditioned barley wine that you can age for years to come.

There are 12 more!

“How do I get a copy?” you ask…

You can’t buy 15 Christmas Beers for 2014. There’s only one way to get it—by subscribing to my FREE email Christmas beer newsletter.


All you need to do is fill in the form on the top right-side of this page. Once you do that and confirm your subscription, I will email you the download link to this useful, FREE resource.

And whenever I post fresh content, I’ll send you an email. That way, you won’t have to visit my blog to stay up to date. Plus, you can unsubscribe at any time.

Don’t miss out on the 15 best Christmas beers of 2014.

Move past the same old Christmas beers. Get my free resource guide now and try out 15 Christmas beers that will brighten up the holidays and expand your beer taste.



After you’ve had a chance to check out the resource guide, I’d love it if you came back to let me know what you think.

Question: What Christmas beer you would add? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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    While it's difficult to picture Santa as a young man, he was once. He met the future Mrs. Claus one snowy night when she offered him a winter ale that she brewed herself. It was love at first sight - for both the Mrs. and her winter ales. With Santa's growing fame, his favorite brews became named after his favorite day - Christmas. Santa now travels the world each year to spread the joy that began in a stable in Bethlehem two millennia ago.

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