There’s plenty of cool gear and good cheer available at the breweries, wineries, distilleries and meaderies of the DE on Tap app. Check out some of the stylish swag and offbeat beverages that are made for giving this holiday season.

Harvest Ridge

Liquid Alchemy

Dogfish Head mug

Crooked Hammock sticker

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Beach Time Distilling, Lewes
Who wouldn’t love an appropriately beachy Tie-Die Wave t-shirt, accompanied perhaps by a 4-pack of beach-ready gin-and-tonics? Home mixologists should consider Beach Time’s “Beach Nut Rum,” infused with toasted coconut. Browse the selection here.

Big Oyster Brewery, Lewes
Oyster-shell motifs add a decidedly coastal flair to the T-shirts and hoodies here. Grab a hat for sunny beach days or a cozy flannel for cooler fall days, they even have toys for Fido! Consider accessorizing with a 4-pack to-go, brightened by flavors such as Big Oyster’s Solar Power, a Belgian-style white ale brewed with oranges. Get shopping here.

Crooked Hammock, Lewes and Middletown
There’s a great selection of goodies on deck at Crooked Hammock, ranging from apparel to hats to more unusual gear like a beer cooler sling. So, get geared up, kick back and try a Beach Escape IPA, brewed with tangerine peel and Cascade, Citra and Pacifica hops. "It pairs perfectly with sunshine, sand, and cookouts,” they say. The gear is here.

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Milton
There’s a rare treat available at Dogfish Head’s merchandise site: Artisan-made Punkin' growlers, crafted and signed by artists Paul and Tonya Romanick. Or, consider The Dogfish Head Book: 26 Years of Off-Centered Adventures, full of photos and lore from Delaware’s most famous craft brewer. It all goes well with “Off-Centered Variety Pack”, which pays homage to DFH’s greatest hits and includes an exclusive beer. Get shopping here.

Harvest Ridge Winery and Rebel Seed Cidery, Marydel
Harvest Ridge’s helpful online ordering system makes it easy to order a selection of wines, ciders, and sangrias, fortified by an array of Harvest Ridge apparel. Here are the goods.

Liquid Alchemy Beverages, Wilmington 
Grab a gift card for that special someone, or snag your own bottle: Try the “In-Core-Rigible,” a pure and straightforward cider that’s clean, crisp, slightly tart, slightly dry. Gift cards available here.

Mispillion River Brewing, Milford
They have t-shirts, and a slick-looking black hoodie. A big selection of brew is available for pick-up, including the Not Today Satan IPA, an “unholy joining of El Dorado, Centennial, Columbus, Cascade and Mosaic hops.” See more here.

Revelation Brewery, Rehoboth Beach, Hudson Fields Beer Garden, Georgetown
There are t-shirts, sweats, and some pretty cool hats, just the right attire to enjoy a glass of Worth the Wait IPA, which was specially brewed for the opening of Revelations Georgetown location. The shopping starts here.

Thompson Island, Rehoboth Beach
Check out the cool camo logo caps, “yeti-can” coolers, and t-shirts adored with a wide-open shark jaw and a loud-and-proud message: “Drink Local Beer.” At Thompson’s Island, that local flair includes “No Bad Days,” a lightly hopped lager made with a slower lifestyle in mind. See more here.

Wilmington Brew Works, Wilmington
Amid the t-shirt and hoodies in their online store, look for the Gambrinus Stein, a tribute to the famous Delaware's Gambrinus Statue. Or, consider the party pint glass, the upgraded glass version of a familiar red, crushable vessel. Fill it with Draftsman, an IPA made in collaboration with The Quoin in Wilmington. See more here.