Whether you’re tasked with bringing a bottle or two of wine to someone else’s house or you need to stock up for your own Thanksgiving table, choosing the right varietal can be intimidating. What goes as well with turkey as it does with tangy cranberries and creamy green bean casserole? To make it easy for you, we’ve rounded up options for any crowd or budget, so that your choice of beverage is the least of your worries. The good news is that both red and white wine taste great with a Thanksgiving meal, and you (or the hostess) will be grateful for a glass of just about anything after a long day of cooking and prepping for dinner. And don’t forget the beer! Though often reserved for the Thanksgiving football games, beer can also be served throughout the meal and can even complement many of the dishes. If you’re worried about having beer bottles on the table, try the Spanish beer we’ve picked, which is best served in wine glasses to accentuate its light effervescence. Ciders are also a festive choice, and thanks to their crisp apple taste, Thanksgiving is the perfect time of year to enjoy them.