How It Works
Holiday Craft Beer Boxes are more than a good excuse to drink great beer. Open one window on the box each day to discover a new brew and fun gift, then join the nightly livestream to sip along with brewers and other beer experts virtually! You’ll discover a new brew each night, plus fun gifts (i.e. winter beanie, brewery swag, chocolate and more) we’ve hidden throughout the box. Treat yourself for the holidays or surprise your favorite beer lover with a truly unique beer gift this year.
Here at Brewvana we like to say “It’s way more than just a box of beer,” and here is why: Not only is each beer hand-picked by our team of Cicerones® and Certified Beer Servers, we also dedicate an hour-long livestream to each and every unique brew.
Join our fun hosts online each night, and make sure you have that day’s beer in hand! We’ll talk beer with the brewers and other fantastic folks who made these beer boxes possible, challenge each other to beer-themed face-offs and spread holiday cheer. You can get in on the action, too! Jump into the live chat to ask questions and send kudos to a beer well-brewed.
Hang With the
Brews Less Traveled Crew
Join Brews Less Traveled host Brian Hatheway as he travels across the U.S. to find interesting breweries in under-the-radar beer cities. Whether his travels take him to the Pacific Northwest, the Corn Belt or the American South, Brian is scouring the land for some of the best cans of beer our country has to offer.
Along the way, Brian talks to the brewers who make those iconic beers themselves, and you’re invited to join in on their conversations!
Both the Hoppy Hanukkah and 12 Days of Christmas boxes include a selection of beers hand-picked by our team of beer experts. We directly source beer from small breweries across the country, which ensures you’re getting the freshest brews possible. Boxes include a mix of breweries and beer styles along with tasting notes, fun gifts, and exclusive access to nightly livestreams.
Boxes are available for pre-order and will be shipped in December, in time to give as holiday gifts. Boxes are meant to be opened on the first night of Hanukkah or Christmas Day.