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Father’s Day gifts for dads that enjoy a tipple

Father's Day gifts
Written by Areej Ahsan

Go on, celebrate this Father’s Day with a relaxing drink (we’re sure you deserve it).

Calling all drink connoisseurs: pick your favourite from our gift guide and have a ‘smooth’ Father’s Day…

Craft Gin Club Subscription


Grab a monthly subscription to the UK’s leading club for gin lovers. Every month you receive a curated box of goodies that includes a full-sized bottle of one of the world’s finest small batch gins, mixers, cocktail ingredients, foodie treats and a club magazine. You’re not bound to commit to a monthly subscription and you have the option of bi-monthly and quarterly subscriptions.

£40 (first box £29) from

Letterbox Wine


This bottle of wine by Intervino isn’t your typical wine bottle. It can be personalised with your name on it along with a unique message. Making it a lifelong keepsake. The beautifully packaged gift contains a 750ml bottle of red, white or rosé wine. The choice is yours.

£30 from

Beer Hawk Cheers Dad Beer Box

Packed up nicely in the distinctive Cheers Dad Beer Hawk box, this gift contains five cans of craft beer, a ‘Dad’s Beer’ glass and some beer nuts. These internationally acclaimed beers are from a range of breweries and include Victory Headwater Pale Alie, Goose Island IPA, Roosters Yankee Pale Ale, Magic Rock Dancing Beer and Hoegarden Belgian Wit.

£20 from

Brew Your Own Beer Experience

If you enjoy your beer, why not make a day out of it? Join the team at Fromigo for a five-hour brewing session. This purpose-built brewery is a great place to learn more about the brewing process, raw ingredients and how it’s fermented.  You’ll also get to enjoy a pint at the bar and take some beers home.

£88 from

Handmade Whiskey Truffles


Make it the perfect day by combining two perfect treats – alcohol and chocolate. These are handmade quality chocolates with an indulgent whiskey centre, all wrapped up with a happy Father’s day swing tag.

£6.50 from

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