Christmas Beer Labels – 12 Days Of Christmas Fun – Day 3

It’s the 3rd day of the Christmas Beer Fun series and today I’m taking a look at some great Christmas beer labels. I haven’t tried many of these beers, but they have some pretty good and/or funny labels.

With over 1700 breweries in the US alone, I’m sure I’ll miss some good ones, so be sure to mention them in the comments section below.

Santa’s Butt Winter Porter

Santas Butt White Porter

From Ridgeway Brewing in the UK is Santa’s Butt. It must be a huge porter.

Seriously Bad Elf

Seriously Bad Elf

Also from Ridgeway Brewing, this English Strong Ale is one bad looking elf for sure.

Santa’s Little Helper

Port Brewing Santas Little Helper

So a bear and reindeer walk into a bar. Santa’s Little Helper is an imperial stout from Port Brewing Company out of San Marcos, CA.

Ninkasi Sleigh’r

Ninkasi Sleighr

One of my favorite easily accesible (for me) Christmas beers from Ninkasi Brewing in Eugene, OR, Sleigh’r is a dark doublt alt with a ton of great flavor.

The Mad Elf Ale

Mad Elf Ale

I’m not sure why all these Elves are either mad or bad, but it makes for a good label. Mad Elf Ale is a Belgian Strong Dark Ale brewed with honey and cherries from Tröegs.

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About Logan Thompson

Logan is the owner of Blog About Beer. Along with blogging, he is also the author of two books, Beer Lover's Oregon and Beer Lover's Washington, an avid homebrewer, husband, dad of 2 girls, business owner and lover of ridiculously spicy foods.

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  1. Pickled Santa and Lump of Coal

  2. That Port Brewing label should have Santa on it (you can see the mitten around the mug). Something like:

  3. Half Acre Big Hugs:
    This beer is a thug. Big and chock full of tender embrace.
    A specialty brew. Grab it when you see it. 10% ABV.

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