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Brewing your own beer doesn’t mean sacrificing your entire garage. This brew kit features a compact, one-gallon jug, a few accessories and beer mixes for stouts, IPAs or American Pale Ales.
Sure, it’ll hold two dozen cans or four wine bottles (plus ice). But the lightweight, insulated duffle also doubles as a weekender or gym bag.
America’s finest microbreweries come to dad’s door once a month (or quarterly, or whenever he wants). Every delivery features a dozen bottles in multiple styles, along with recipes to pair with each brew.
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Aged for a minimum of two and a half years in American white-oak barrels, Don Julio’s limited edition 1942 is dad’s new sipping alternative to whiskey. Plus, he’ll dig the engraved “Happy Father’s Day” messaging.
Swing and a sip. These handsome bottle openers are crafted from actual game-day used by MLB players — and authenticated with a story card and a hologram number.
What happens when you blend a five-year, 100% malted rye from Poland with a five-year high malted barley rye from Indiana? A sweet and savory balance that’ll make you, and dad, rethink whiskey entirely.
It’s never too late to learn … and these intensive, hands-on courses in wine, sake or spirits are available around the globe. After this, dad will be able to navigate wine menus, drop impressive-sounding tasting notes and pair food with booze.
Each available in a set of two, mixologist Zane Harris designed these six cocktail-specific glasses — Neat, Rocks, Highball, Nick & Nora, Sour and Fizz, which pretty much covers the gamut of drinks. (If you need just one set, go with Rocks.)
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