The 10 Best Beer For Golf

Since the 19th century, when Old Tom Morris roamed the Scottish Highlands slapping a little ball with a stick while carrying a jug of ale, beer and golf have been synonymous. There’s little doubt that a lot has changed since then. The American icon Budweiser was created, and the French eventually acquired it. 

A King, a Bear, and ultimately a Tiger were in charge of golf. However, as our favorite beers for the back nine demonstrate, the connection between birds and breweries is still as strong as ever. So gather the lads, a bottle opener, and your clubs, and come along for nine holes of swing instruction in a can.

  1. Evil Twin Citra Sunshine Slacker
  2. Lord Hobo Boomsauce
  3. Cigar City Brewing Maduro Brown Ale
  4. Breckenridge Brewery Nitro Irish Stout
  5. Founders Solid Gold
  6. Saint Archer Gold
  7. Savannah River Brewing Co. No Jacket Required Czech Pilsner
  8. Maine Beer Company Lunch
  9. Dark Horse Brewing Company
  10. Canyon Lakes Golf Course & Brewery – OB Brown Ale

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Best Beer For Golf

  1. Evil Twin Citra Sunshine Slacker

Locations: New York and Copenhagen, Denmark NYA BV: 4.5%

The entire thing is printed on the can. Sunshine; laziness. The Dude illustration respects copyright. This well-regarded Danish brewer’s session IPA is the ideal beverage to enjoy in front of the TV or during a leisurely spring afternoon at the CC. There is a ton of citrus flavor, a smooth kick from the hops, and an ABV that signals that you are an adult with things to do afterward.

  1. Lord Hobo Boomsauce

In Woburn, Massachusetts

BV: 7.8%

IPAs from New England

The hazy, juicy version of the traditional hop bomb is all the rage, and what better place to start than New England? A classic illustration is Lord Hobo’s flagship, which pours a deep golden orange and is brimming with aromas of tropical fruit, lemon, and pine. Additionally, Boomsauce will undoubtedly increase your drive’s length by 10 yards.

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  1. Cigar City Brewing Maduro Brown Ale

Location: Tampa

FLABV: 5.5%, 

Trade one habit for another with Cigar City Brewing’s Maduro Brown Ale, which closely resembles the traditional stogie style with a smooth blend of roasted malt, oatmeal, and chocolate, if you’re trying to cut back on those mid-round smokes.

  1. Breckenridge Brewery Nitro Irish Stout

Location: Breckenridge, Colorado COABV: 4.8% 

No matter how much you might want to, you don’t have to travel all the way to Royal Portrush to have a genuine Irish stout. So, if the voyage to the Emerald Isle is discontinued, just choose Breck Brewing’s year-round nitro stout instead, which is made with roasted Irish barley and nitro smoothness. Your favorite Guinness beer is trembling somewhere.

  1. Founders Solid Gold

Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA

BV: 4.4%

Finding a simple beer, much less one that is good to drink, is getting harder and harder in the sea of goses, sours, double IPAs, and funky farmhouse saisons. Enter Founders’ Solid Gold, a slightly creamy, flawlessly foamy concoction that tastes precisely like beer does in Mad Men episodes. Remember to thank the Solid Gold in two years, when the American larger rebirth is in full force.

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  1. Savannah River Brewing Co. No Jacket Required Czech Pilsner

ABV: 4.9% Location: Augusta, GA

When round, do you wish to summon some Masters’ magic? The perfect sudsy beverage is the No Jacket Required Czech Pilsner from Savannah River Brewing Co., which is nearby Augusta National. The No Jacket, a crisp, dry Czech pils that is packed with European malt and Saaz hops, will have beer connoisseurs and weekend warriors alike saying amen.

  1. 21st Amendment Brewery Hell or High Watermelon

San Francisco, California , ABV: 4.9%

Hell or High Watermelon from 21st Amendment, a veteran of the watermelon beer wars, is the quaffable wheat beer you need to help wash down the chili cheese dog you just wolfed down at the turn. 

Even your friend, who has only drunk Bud Light since his freshman year, might enjoy its well-balanced approach to the frequently overpowering fruit beer. Oh, and simply bring a freaking coozie if you’re worried about the manliness issue.

  1. Saint Archer Gold

Location: San Diego, California ABV: 4.2% 

The Saint Archer Gold, a new beverage from Saint Archer Brewing Co., is the perfect choice if you’re trying to get in BK condition this season but can’t bring yourself to down a Michelob Ultra. 

This slim can, which has only 95 calories and 2.6 grams of carbs and will be available starting in March, builds on Saint Archer’s adventurous history by venturing into the water-logged light beer market, where most craft brands won’t.

  1. Maine Beer Company Lunch

Freeport, Maine, USAABV: 7%

You don’t have to bring one with you, which is the finest part about Lunch, one of the lynchpin IPAs from the cult favorite Maine Beer Company (though the fresh, piney blend of Amarillo, Centennial, and Simcoe hops is pretty nice too)

  1. Modelo

Get yourself some Modelos if you want to move up from the inexpensive beer while still enjoying a tasty and simple-to-drink lager. This light lager, which is imported from Mexico, is the best beer for golf courses. Modelo frequently appears in our golf cart coolers since it is extremely palatable, refreshing, and low in alcohol by volume.

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Frequently Asked Question

Can Beer Improve Your Golf Game?

No, drinking beer won’t make you a better golfer, to put it simply.

Can Alcohol Be Consumed On A Golf Course?

In general, drinking is permitted on golf courses at most clubs, although licensing requirements must be followed. The professional tour, however, is the exception due to obvious reasons, since the professionals compete for massive cash prizes and tour points to access even more exclusive events while on the tour.