Thanks for purchasing a 2021 Craft Beer Advent Calendar!

This page will refresh daily as we add new posts with descriptions of that day’s beer, including links to more information about it and the brewery.

We hope you love the calendar as much as we do this year, we’re really excited about the selections!

Spoiler Alert!

If you haven’t opened your calendar yet and want to be surprised, don’t scroll past here! The beers will be revealed below on their appropriate day. If you are caught up, scroll down and click each beer for more information!

Two Roads Holiday Ale

Advent Calendar Day: 20 Description: Two Roads Holiday Ale is inspired by the little known Biere de Noel style, a subset of Biere de Garde, both of which originated on small farmhouse breweries in the north of France. Biere de Noel, which translates as “Christmas Beer,” tends to exhibit a more malty profile than a typical Biere…

N’Ice Chouffe

Advent Calendar Day: 19 Description: N’ice CHOUFFE is the winter beer from the Achouffe Brewery. We recommend that you enjoy it from mid-October to mid-February, preferably by the fireplace. It is a dark beer, slightly hoppy, spiced with thyme and curaçao, and made using orange peel. It has an alcohol content of 10%. N’ice CHOUFFE…

Rogue Colossal Claude

Advent Calendar Day: 18 Description: It’s been a few decades since a Colossal Claude sighting has been reported, but we’re fairly certain the massive sea monster has been laying low off the coast of his favorite brewery. Word has it that after years of terrifying sailors and feasting on salmon he acquired a taste for…

Bell’s Christmas Ale

Advent Calendar Day: 17 Description: This traditional Scotch Ale is rich and malty with notes of caramel and a warm finish. Certain to make any occasion festive, or at least a bit more bearable. Enjoy with the company of friends and family. Links: Brewery Page Beer Advocate Untappd

Anderson Valley The Kimmie, The Yink, & The Holy Gose

Advent Calendar Day: 16 Description: The gateway Gose is credited with introducing the style to American craft beers fans. With a bright, golden color and tight creamy head, the earthy undertones in the Holy Gose develop a light mineral aroma with a hint of lemon zest and tropical fruit. The finish is dry, effervescent, and…