7 Coupled Craft Beer and Movies For Couples

by Ty Longworth

Valentine’s Day is coming up love birds, and you know what that means? It’s Date Night. A time to celebrate relationships. A time to reminisce of tender moments shared. A time to spoil your loved one with chocolate, flowers, or even beer! So in honor of the holiday of Love, here are 7 movies and beers you’ll love to enjoy together!

 

-Unknown Brewing's "Ginger Wheat"-

Best Paired with Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix

It’s supposedly difficult to claim any of the Harry Potter movies as a romantic movie to watch with your special someone… Unless you both happen to love Harry Potter. Then toast to your favorite badass ginger witch with some Ginger Wheat ale from Unknown!

It’s supposedly difficult to claim any of the Harry Potter movies as a romantic movie to watch with your special someone… Unless you both happen to love Harry Potter. Then toast to your favorite badass ginger witch with some Ginger Wheat ale from Unknown!

 -Birdsong Brewing’s "Puppies on Penguins"-

Best Paired with Happy Feet

For those who are starting a new relationship, sometimes you want something more special and exciting. For those who have been together a long time, take it easy and relax to this feel good movie made extra fun with the red wine barrel aged cherry abbey!

For those who are starting a new relationship, sometimes you want something more special and exciting. For those who have been together a long time, take it easy and relax to this feel good movie made extra fun with the red wine barrel aged cherry abbey!

-Triple C Brewing’s "Zest-A-Peel"-

Best Paired with The Princess Bride

Wanting to bring back that magical spark from when you first met? Bring back the zest with Triple C’s Zest-A-Peel Pilsner and The Princess Bride (But only if you haven’t killed anyone’s father). It’d be inconceivable not to think about twue wuv!

Wanting to bring back that magical spark from when you first met? Bring back the zest with Triple C’s Zest-A-Peel Pilsner and The Princess Bride (But only if you haven’t killed anyone’s father). It’d be inconceivable not to think about twue wuv!

-Sugar Creek Brewing’s "Belgian Dubbel"-

Best Paired with Hitch

I may be biased, but I LOVED Hitch and feels like it deserves to be paired with the award winning Belgian Dubbel from Sugar Creek Brewery. Treat yo self (and your love) to a great beer filled with depth while laughing and crying to the movie to match.

I may be biased, but I LOVED Hitch and feels like it deserves to be paired with the award winning Belgian Dubbel from Sugar Creek Brewery. Treat yo self (and your love) to a great beer filled with depth while laughing and crying to the movie to match.

-Free Range Brewing’s "Willy-Nilly I Love You Too"-

Best Paired with Chocolat

What could be better than giving your love chocolate on Valentine’s Day? Giving your love chocolate while watching Chocolat and drinking Free Range’s Willy Nilly I Love You Too (Made with cacao nibs). Because there’s no such thing as too much chocolate.

What could be better than giving your love chocolate on Valentine’s Day? Giving your love chocolate while watching Chocolat and drinking Free Range’s Willy Nilly I Love You Too (Made with cacao nibs). Because there’s no such thing as too much chocolate.

-Red Clay Ciderworks' "Hoppin’ Good Thyme"-

Best Paired with Dirty Dancing

Want to have a good time together? Nothing will get those legs moving like the hop forward cider and Dirty Dancing.* *Not responsible for any dirty dancing that can come from drinking and watching Dirty Dancing

Want to have a good time together? Nothing will get those legs moving like the hop forward cider and Dirty Dancing.*

*Not responsible for any dirty dancing that can come from drinking and watching Dirty Dancing

-Blue Blaze’s "Yellow Blazer Kolsch"-

Best Paired with Love Actually

Balance is always a good thing. Whether it’s a movie that will make you laugh and cry, or a beer that combines a sweet malt with a subdued spice, balance brings harmony. Enjoying both brings bliss.

Balance is always a good thing. Whether it’s a movie that will make you laugh and cry, or a beer that combines a sweet malt with a subdued spice, balance brings harmony. Enjoying both brings bliss.