TTT: 12 Bookish Beers I Would Serve at a Party

Whenever a brewery comes out with a book-themed beer I get so excited to try it. I’m actually totally surprised that there aren’t more lists like this, but then, maybe there aren’t as many people as weirdly excited about these things as I am? Anyway, these are all from breweries in Ontario, Canada, because that’s where I am!



Have you ever tried a bookish beer? Which one of these would you want to try?


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    1. Yeah, beer definitely isn’t for everyone. It took some time before I found flavours and brands that I actually liked.

      There are definitely a tonne of different bookish teas out there. I have been on the hunt for bookish coffee too.

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    1. I didn’t realize it was a thing until I went to Great Lakes Brewery with a friend and found out they had a beer called Harry Porter.

      There’s a brewery in Indianapolis called Books & Brews (www.booksnbrews.com) that I definitely want to check out some day. It has so many amazing bookish beers!

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    1. Aww, thanks! My first thought was to do a simple party plan, but when I started thinking about all the bookish beers I know about it just seemed like such a perfect prompt. And if I ever throw a bookish party, I would be sure to have bookish teas, coffees, and other goodies for the non-drinkers in my gang. πŸ™‚

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