OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

Due to a high volume of calls and chats, your expected wait time could be longer than usual. For instant answers on popular topics, click a topic below:

COVID-19
TRACK YOUR ORDER
BEST PRICE GUARANTEE
BCP REWARDS CLUB - HOW DOES IT WORK?
BCP REWARDS CLUB - VIEW / REDEEM POINTS


Email Us

It’s officially summertime and nothing says summer quite like a craft beer and tasty cigar. And, if you happen to be enjoying the two while kicking back on a white sand beach in the tropics, you’ve pretty much got it made.

Here are a few craft beer and cigar combos to test out this summer. Leave us your favorite pairings in the comment section; we love to hear from you!

Southern Tier Hop Sun: Hop Sun (5.1% ABV) is a summer wheat ale with a kick. Fresh hop flowers are added to the brew after fermentation that makes this beer the perfect beverage for a hot summer day. Try with a Macanudo Gold Label Duke of York.

Lagunitas A Little Sumpin Sumpin Ale: A Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale (7.5% ABV) is a smooth and silky IPA with a delicious wheat flavor. Try pairing this IPA with a cigar with a little edge like the Prodigy Robusto.

Stone Levitation Ale: Levitation Ale (4.4% ABV) is a deep amber ale with a rich malt flavor with hints of citrus. This beer would pair nicely with a Romeo Y Julieta 1875 Cedro Delux #1

Victory Summer Love Ale: Summer Love Ale (5.5% ABV) is a crisp and refreshing golden ale that is very hoppy with a bite of bitterness.  Try with an Arturo Fuente 8-5-8 Natural.

Brooklyn Lager’s Summer Ale: Summer Ale (5.0% ABV) is a light-bodied golden ale that is refreshing, full of flavor, and not too heavy. Try pairing with a mellow cigar such as a Revolucion Connecticut Robusto.

Happy smoking!


Search For:

Recent News


2021 Habanos Festival Cancelled

The Habanos Festival (or Festival del Habano) is an event that is held every year in Cuba. Though...

Top 5 Cigar Gifts Under $100

Top 5 Cigar Gifts For Under $100 There’s no need to go broke while hooking up with the hott...

Hurricanes Shake up the Cigar Industry

Back in 1998, Hurricane Mitch struck Central America. Known as the second-deadliest Atlantic hurr...