Why did the gingerbread men leave the bar? They were feeling crummy. Miller High Life is changing the game when it comes to gingerbread houses by releasing its own twist on the holiday tradition, a Gingerbread Dive Bar kit.
What many call the “champagne of beers,” Miller’s take on gingerbread houses doesn’t give off a “North Pole” vibe but more of a “Milwaukee” vibe instead.
The kits allow those who buy them to recreate their own neighborhood bar with gingerbread men, bartenders and waiters, candy cane bar stools, and gumdrop mood lighting.
The company added that each kit comes with everything needed to recreate an authentic neighborhood hangout spot.
The gingerbread walls are infused with highlife, a customizable edible entrance sign, a tiny jukebox for the regulars, and even an edible pool table with pretzel pool cues.
Those interested in getting into the festive spirit can purchase a Gingerbread Dive Bar Kit for $50 starting on Dec. 6 at Miller’s website. Unfortunately, supplies are limited, and once they are sold out, they’re gone.