- 1 15 Father’s Day beer gift ideas
- 1.1 Beer Subscription
- 1.2 The Bucket List: Beer: 1000 Adventures
- 1.3 Craft Beer Jerky Snack Pack
- 1.4 Cold Beer Coats
- 1.5 Cooling Pint Glasses
- 1.6 NFL Barware Crate
- 1.7 Beer Foaming Stones
- 1.8 Instant Beer Cocktail Sugar Cube Trio
- 1.9 BottleLoft
- 1.10 Beeropoly
- 1.11 Everyday IPA Beer Making Kit
- 1.12 Beer Caddy with Bottle Opener
- 1.13 Engraved Beer Glass
- 1.14 Beer-infused Hot Sauce
- 1.15 Silicone Rubber Bottle Cap
Give your beer-loving dad a six-pack of his favorite brew, but chances are good that it will be gone by the end of the week, and it’s good to give him something that can endure (or ship, if you don’t see him in person). To make it easier for you to find the perfect Father’s Day gift, we’ve gathered the best beer gifts for Father’s Day, no matter how you like to drink.
15 Father’s Day beer gift ideas
If your father truly wants craft beer, he should be able to get it delivered right to his door, guaranteed. Offer him a monthly, bimonthly, or quarterly subscription, which will provide him with a dozen different varieties each time he opens his door.
The Bucket List: Beer: 1000 Adventures
Whether you are a beer lover or not, this book maps out 1000 different trips to craft breweries, pubs, and festivals around the world.
Craft Beer Jerky Snack Pack
The jerky is marinated in an ale or an IPA, which he can snack on while waiting for the clock to strike 5.
Cold Beer Coats
Keeping his beer cold and keeping his hands from getting a chill is easy with this mini puffer jacket. Seriously, it looks exactly like the one that he wears.
Cooling Pint Glasses
If your guy complains about his lukewarm beer, pull one (or both!) of these glasses out of the freezer and show him what he has been missing – perfectly chilled beer, of course.
NFL Barware Crate
Now he can proudly display his team pride when he watches the game with four beer glasses and coasters he can pass around to his buddies who support the same team, along with some delicious snacks everyone can enjoy.
Beer Foaming Stones
You can enjoy draft beer without a keg by placing one of these soapstone nucleators in the bottom of the glass before filling it with beer. Bubbles will form as the glass fills, ultimately leading to a foamy top layer.
Instant Beer Cocktail Sugar Cube Trio
Add a lime, lemon or grapefruit sugar cube to any basic lager to turn it into a fizzy chelada, shandy or radler. Just drop, wait for the magic to happen, and enjoy until the very last sip.
It’s the most efficient way for beer-lovers to store their prized possession without taking up valuable fridge space.
Beeropoly is a twist on a classic. This game requires players to complete beer-related challenges like a rhyming competition, which is more complicated than it sounds after you’ve had a few cold ones).
Everyday IPA Beer Making Kit
Your beer lover has tried just about every blend, so now it’s time for them to make their own. This kit comes with everything they need to brew up to eight pints of pale ales, porters, or saisons.
Beer Caddy with Bottle Opener
To transport bottles from one friend’s house to the next, he’ll be able to use this canvas caddy. It’s so much classier – and adult – than the cardboard box from the liquor store.
Engraved Beer Glass
After years of drinking beer, he deserves a glass fit for a king. The sturdy beer mug includes a matching wooden case, so he can keep it in pristine shape from one happy hour to the next.
Beer-infused Hot Sauce
This trio of hot sauces – mild, medium, and spicy – add the flavor he knows and loves to his favorite dishes, from scrambled eggs to tacos.
Silicone Rubber Bottle Cap
When we don’t finish an entire bottle of beer, he adds this silicone cap and stores it in the fridge until the next day.