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What to buy your beer lover this holiday season

It's panic time for many shoppers who have waited too long and have run out of ideas for what to put under the Christmas tree.

While we can't help those of you who have to shop for ballet and opera lovers—we can help you if you've got a beer guzzler on your list.

Ok, beer connoisseur.

Kick back and get comfy in that ol' recliner and get your list out, CNBC's Tom Rotunno bellies up to the bar with Santa to share some suds and shopping ideas.

It's Chew and Brew: The beer lovers holiday edition.

(Read more: 'Duck Dynasty' wine: Reds from reality TV's famous rednecks)

—By CNBC's Gloria McDonough-Taub.

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