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7 Best Socks for the Beer Lover

Dec 11, 2020 | Beer

A bit of a random post, but inspired by the natty orange socks I received in Thornbridge’s Jaipur Anniversary Box I thought I’d search out other beer themed socks in case Santa is looking for something to fill out my stocking this year…

Traditional Beer Socks

Hop Socks

This duo comes complete with pint glass and hop patterns. I rather like the more subtle beer style they offer compared to some of the garish options below.

Punk IPA Socks

Brewdog Punk IPA Socks

I shouldn’t be surprised that Brewdog’s iconic Punk IPA has made its way onto socks. These only seem to be available from Brewdog’s German store.

Five Points Socks

Beer Geek Socks

Top socks for a beer geek, these Railway Porter socks will be respected by any discerning Shoreditch hipster at a London Craft Beer Festival.

Happy Socks Oktoberfest Gift Box

Happy Socks Oktoberfest Socks

I have received Happy Socks from the in-laws for Christmas a few times over the years and they are still wearing well today. They come in great gift boxes and the colours and designs are original.

This set of ‘Beer Dudes’ and ‘Oktober Ducks’ socks would make a great gift.

Beer Can Socks

Probably the most literal interpretation of beer-themed socks, these look like just a freshly poured lager, complete with bubbles and a frothy head. They even come packaged in a can!

Cosy Beer Mug Socks

Beer Mug Socks

For something truly special, treat yourself to these fluffy hand-knitted beer socks, complete with handles (useful on a beer glass but I’m still figuring out the purpose on a sock…still, the dog will love to play with them…)

Beer Socks to Avoid

Beer Socks

Yes, they might raise a very (very) gentle chuckle, but think carefully…do you really want to be this guy?

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Keith Greywood

Keith Greywood


I'm the Founder of Bacchanalian, a food and drink blog. I write about food and drink, with a keen focus on beer.
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