Thursday, December 10th, 2015

SLOSHED SOCKS

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So, you’ve ordered your first pack of SWAP socks and now its time to debut those bad boys. What is the first celebratory step? Beer. In Germany, they drink beer for breakfast. Yup, nothing better than a hot croissant and an ice-cold brewski to start your day off right.

So, this begs the question- what kind of beer will you drink in your new threads? In today’s day and age, the number of craft brewed beer is overwhelming… and exciting. Some favorites that you should definitely check out before you die:

Schneider Weisse

A popular choice among many Germans, this wheat beer provides a refreshing break from the stress of everyday life. It’ll knock your socks off! But don’t forget to pour it into a glass before you drink it. This classic is best served with a side of Kamadas. Order's up!

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Anchor Steam Beer

Over a century old and a San Francisco staple, this caramel colored California classic is like a liquid invitation to the west coast. A unique brewing method born out of a lack of refrigeration - yeah this beer goes way back - deserves a unique pair of SWAP Socks. Sounds like a job for the Bold Move Cotton pack.

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Shipyard Smashed Pumpkin

With fall upon us, the smell of pumpkin spice latté’s wafts through the air. But don’t be like everybody else - tote something with a bit more character. Try Shipyard's Smashed Pumpkin if you want to pumpkin spice up your life. This seasonal sensation should be drunk with, that’s right you guessed it, orange or black socks. (But orange socks are weird…I hope we never make orange socks, which come to think of it, I doubt we will.)

Chicago Drills are the best candidate to make you forget you ever brought up orange socks. BOOM!

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Bonus Beer: Drake's IPA

We're not gonna lie, we just really like Drake and couldn't help ourselves. Cheers to the 6 God!

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- MJ

Cole Page

About the Author: Cole Page is co-founder and CTO at SWAP Socks. He is pretty bad at writing blog posts, but decent at designing them.