What Beer You Should Drink According to Your Favourite Christmas Song
Craft beer and Christmas songs are on odd pair! What’s your favourite holiday song? Find out what craft beer you should drink according to your favourite Christmas songs!
By Clara Jaide on Jan. 11, 2020
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas is the best time for a winter warmer or a Christmas ale, but if you can’t decide what to drink this winter – let your favourite holiday song decide! Here’s what beer you should drink according to your favourite Christmas tune:
9 Christmas Song and Beer Pairings to Get You in the Holiday Spirit
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Pairs with Amber / Red Lager
If Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer is your favourite holiday tune, then you’ll need a brew that shines as bright as his nose. This song pairs with a delicious Amber / Red Lager.
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (VIDEO & LYRICS)
Looking for a boozy remix? Check out Brewdolph the Red-Nosed Reinbeer!
Frosty the Snowman
Pair with a Pilsner
If Frosty the Snowman is your favourite Christmas song, you should pair it with a crisp, ice-cold, “frosty” Pilsner.
Frosty the Snowman (VIDEO & LYRICS)
I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
Pair with a Spiced Ale
Things are getting spicy near the mistletoe! If “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” is your favourite Christmas song, well, then you deserve a spiced holiday ale.
I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus (VIDEO & LYRICS)
Pair with a Doppelbock
“This Christmas” is a classic, taking the holidays by storm in the 80s. This is why a classic doppelbock is the best pairing for “This Christmas” (Terrible pun, intended.)
This Christmas (VIDEO & LYRICS)
All I Want for Christmas is You
Pair with a Porter / Stout
Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is You” tops the Billboard charts every year around the holidays, so its no surprise this would be your favourite holiday tune. Pair this tune with a nice holiday stout or porter.
All I Want for Christmas is You (VIDEO)
Pair with a Winter Warmer
Winter Wonderland is a great holiday tune. Whether you’re dreaming by the fire or you’re “walkin’ in a Winter Wonderland”, you’ll need a winter warmer.
Winter Wonderland (VIDEO & LYRICS)
Mary’s Boy Child
Pair with a Barleywine
Boney M’s “Mary’s Boy Child” is a Christmas classic and a song you probably heard playing on repeat at your Grandmother’s house during the holidays. This song aged pretty well, so which is why we think it pairs perfectly with a barrel-aged barleywine.
Mary's Boy Child (VIDEO)
Pair with an Amber / Red Ale
If all you’re asking Santa for this year is a brew, well, make sure it’s an Amber / Red Ale!
Santa Baby (VIDEO & LYRICS)
Pair with an IPA
If “Sleigh Ride” is your favourite Christmas song, then for you, it’s lovely weather for an India Pale Ale!
Sleigh Ride (VIDEO & LYRICS)
Wanna check out more Christmas Song and Beer Pairings?
Check out Food and Wine’s article here.
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