Brews & Eats

Having a great time on a golf course outing is always an enjoyable event, but it can be even more so when you have a great selection of brews at your disposal. 

There are many different types of beer to choose from, and it can be hard to decide on which ones are the best. 

Luckily, there are a few brews that are worth trying. 

Golf Outings, Conversation, Fun, and Brews

At the golf outing, everyone will have an opportunity to enjoy a few rounds of golf on a beautiful course. 


After the game concludes, we will have time to chat and catch up over some cold brews. 


5 Tips for a Golf Beginner

Before attending a Golf Talk and Brew event, make sure to brush up on your knowledge of golf.


  1. Research the basics of golf: Learn the rules of the game and pick up some basic golfing tips so you’ll be able to participate fully in the conversations.


  1. Bring your own equipment: If you have your own golf set and plan to join in on the games, make sure to bring it along. This will save you money and can help you feel more comfortable when playing with other golfers.


  1. Dress appropriately: Make sure to dress appropriately for the event. Many Golf Talk and Brew events require golfers to wear a collared shirt and trousers or shorts. If you are unsure of the dress code, ask the organizer before the event.


  1. Be respectful: Remember that Golf Talk and Brew events are all about having fun and learning. Make sure to respect other golfers, listen to their tips and advice, and be open to learning new things about the game.


  1. Have a good attitude: Golf Talk and Brew events are meant to be enjoyable, so make sure to have a good attitude and be an active participant. 


Don’t be afraid to ask questions and share your ideas—it’s the best way to get the most out of the event.


Now, let’s get down to the brews:


Whether you are looking for a new beer to enjoy on the course, or just want to have a nice cold one with friends, Budweiser has a drink for you. 

The iconic American beer brand has been making great beers since the 19th century. These brews have become so popular that they have even sponsored the PGA Tour.

Bud Light

Bud Light is a premium light lager made with barley malts and imported hops. It has a high carbonation level that adds character to the beer. It has a crisper taste than most beers and is a great choice for those who don’t want to drink too much.

Budweiser Zero

Budweiser Zero is a great choice if you want to enjoy a great brew without consuming alcohol. The zero has an enticing flavor that will complement a variety of foods. It has a high carbonation level and has the best flavor of any of the non-alcoholic beers on the market.

Bell’s Two Hearted

Bell’s Two Hearted is another good choice for cold days on the course. This brew has a nice balance of malt and hops. It is easy to drink and makes a great accompaniment to a round. It’s cheap and comes in a 4-pack for just $10.

There are many other options that you can try. Michelob Ultra is a great beer for those watching their calories. It has 95 calories per serving, but has a nice light taste.


Whether you’re on the course or at the bar, Coors beer has you covered. Not only is it a great beer, it’s also very inexpensive. A 12-pack of Coors costs around $13.

Coors also makes a lesser known cousin, Coors Light. It’s brewed in several different breweries around the country, and it’s marketed as a diet beer. It’s a lighter beer with 4.2% ABV.

Natural Light

For those that want to save money, Natural Light is a better bet. It’s a low-calorie beer with just 95 calories per can. It’s also got a lot of flavor.

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

Whether you’re playing on the course, taking a day off the course, or just watching the game, there are a number of beers that are perfect for a golf outing. One of the most popular styles of beer for the golf course is Pale Ale

You can find it in many stores, restaurants, and sports stadiums, as well as in the gas station.

You can find Sierra Nevada Pale Ale in all 50 states. The brewery has a reputation for quality, innovation, and consistency. The Pale Ale is a popular choice year-round. 

It has been named the number one best-selling craft beer in the country.

The brewery produces a number of beers, including Pale Ale, No Crusts, Summerfest Lager, and Scharzbier. It is one of the few microbreweries in the United States, and is located in Chico, California.

High Noon Sun Sips

The High Noon is made with real fruit juice and vodka. There are 11 flavors to choose from. The best thig are the Black Cherry and Lime, and there’s also a Peach, which is good enough for my picky taste buds. 

The fruity concoction is also a bit dangerous to drink, as you’ll probably want to chug a few of these bad boys while teeing off. Unlike most craft brews, High Noon is available in 12 oz cans. The pool pack will set you back a buck or two.

Canned Cocktails

These are great for outdoor entertaining and don’t require mixing on the cart. You can also lightly spike them with fresh juices or alcohol.

Links Drinks offers a variety of canned cocktails. You can get a classic cocktail, vodka, grapefruit, salt, orange juice, cranberry juice, grape juice and more. These cans come in a 4-pack for $16. They’re gluten free, light and fresh.