Costco Beer Advent Calendar 2021, Brewer’s Variety Pack


Costco sells this 2021 Beer Advent Calendar for $59.99. Scroll down for photos. Costco has sold this product for several years now. Between this and the Wine Advent Calendar, you know the holidays are right around the corner. This product sells out every year, so make sure to grab it while you can. For all you beer lovers out there, this is a great way to celebrate the upcoming holidays. Open a Beer a Day on your way from December 1st to December 24th. Each can is 16.9 ounces, so you are only paying $2.50 / beer. That is a great deal for a variety of high quality German Beers. This would also make for a great gift! Here are a few more details about this Costco Beer Advent Calendar for 2021…….

  • Brand: Kalea
  • 16.9 Ounce Cans
  • 24 Can Variety Pack
  • See photo below for exact beer variety
  • German Beers
  • Alcohol (ABV) varies by beer
  • Install beertasting.app to learn more about each beer

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Costco Brewer’s Advent Calendar Variety Pack 24 / 16.9 Ounce Cans


Nothing says Christmas is around the corner like Costco’s Beer Advent Calendar. Like I said above, this was a very popular item last year & it sold out very quickly at all my local Costco’s. The best part is they didn’t even raise the price. This same product was $59.99 last year. With prices of almost everything going up, it’s nice to know your Costco Beer Advent Calendar has stayed the same =). Costco does not sell this online for obvious reasons, so you will only find these in store. If you’re going to enjoy these beers, you’re going to want to enjoy them in style with some of these HIGHLY RATED pint glasses. Check them out here (SERIOUSLY, CHECK OUT THE FIRST LINK)……

Price: $59.99, Item Number: 612833

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42 thoughts on “Costco Beer Advent Calendar 2021, Brewer’s Variety Pack

  1. Most of the breweries in the Advent calendar are small breweries that don’t have canning equipment. So canning is done at a specialized facility. In this case, the Alms brewery probably didn’t have pre-printed cans so the canning company used a different set of cans and put labels over it.

    1. Sorry to hear. Totally understandable. Maybe a neighbor or friend could enjoy them. Would make for a nice gesture even if it’s a partial set

    2. Why did u purchase it? Because you were sold on the marketing of it? Good for the corporation! Can’t try the other 23 varieties of the best beir in the world? Stick to Molson go packers!

      1. They do try to make it clear what type of beer you are getting, although I can understand if you just don’t like the beers. Anyways, I always thought this was a great deal during the holidays & just a fun adventure, even if it’s not your cup of beer.

    1. Nice Sarge! That is a great way to enjoy the beer! Depending on where you live, you might be able to just keep it in the garage at night & it would be perfect

  2. Anyone notice that the Alms Helles had a label on it? When removed it revealed a Alpen Stoff can! Different brewers. Not sure what gives. Never seen anything like this before.

    1. I noticed the over labeling as well. However it was the same branded beer and brewer. What was different was the ABV value on the two labels. One read 5.0% the other 5.3%.

      1. Interesting Rob. Not much of a difference, but still a difference none the less. How’s the advent calendar going by the way?

    2. I’m thinking it may have to do with the shortage of available cans. And luckily another brewer may have had a surplus.

  3. On Nov 30th you put #1 & #2 in the Fridge. On December 1st, put 3 in the fridge as you remove and consume #1. Repeat daily. Enjoy your Advent!

    1. The are numbered in the box. Just poke through at the number and grab that days beer. Very easy, very clever.

    1. I do not have that list. Unfortunately there is no way to get that unless you track each bottle each day. Maybe someone on here can help you out. Other than that, you can just pick at random and still enjoy! It’s all about the spirit and as long as your enjoying a beer you should be in good spirits.

    1. That’s a great idea! No worries about have to make room in the fridge. You just gotta make sure you don’t have a thirsty neighbor that decides to help himself =)

    1. Hi Hannah. You can always pull a few out at a time & keep them in the refrigerator. It requires a bit of planning, but works none the less. It takes a little excitement away from opening the advent calendar, but enjoying the beer is the real treat =)

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