Miller Lite’s New Line of Holiday Swag is Americana at Its Finest

Beer stockings, hats and more, available online.

By Ethan L. Johns
November 02, 2018

Images: Miller Lite

Hark! Ugly sweater season is officially upon us!

To kick off the end-of-year shopping season, Miller Light has unveiled a line of clothing products and accessories which are sure to make even the craft-iest of beer nerds turn their heads in envy.

Whether or not you enjoy this light, “fine Pilsner beer,” you probably can’t deny that there’s no better bit of American-forward clothing to wear to your local dive bar. And if you really want to win the evening, you can wear them all. We’re not obsessed; you’re obsessed…

While the most iconic article here is the “ugly” Christmas sweater ($67.95), there are so many more options to give as gag gifts, or to wear seriously as a proud Miller Lite lover.

Try, for instance, the Miller Lite stocking (pictured above), which can hold four cans of beer. To be consumed responsibly, of course, after all the presents are opened. Or the Miller Lite “Bottle Sweater” ($2.95), A.K.A. koozie, which wraps around your glass bottle for a stylish grip.

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If you’re more into the apparel side of things, the Miller Lite Holiday Hat ($13.95) features beer-themed bulbs and a big white pom pom. Or take your dress-down day to the next level with Miller Lite Holiday Socks ($7.95), perfect to wear with dress shoes or a fuzzy pair of slippers.

And if you spill beer on your sweater? Don’t even worry; it’s 100 percent machine-washable.

All these Miller Lite goodies (and more) are available online while supplies last, so don’t wait until December 1st to get your beer-themed Christmas sweater.

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About Ethan L. Johns

Ethan is the Food News Writer at Genius Kitchen. An expert on the Parisian bistrot, he likes bitters and salted butters, and is no fan of dessert unless it's made with fruit. His hobbies include reading up on the history of borscht and attempting to roll perfect couscous by hand. Twits & Instagram @EthanLJohns