Father’s Day Gift Guide For The Beer Loving Dad

It’s hard to believe that it’s already May, but that means that Father’s Day is right around the corner. If you’re like many, you may be struggling with what to get your dad that will really celebrate all he means to you. Dads can be tricky to buy for, but luckily we’ve rounded up our favorite Father’s Day ideas into one convenient gift guide below. Check it out and don’t forget to cheers to Dad next month!

Handmade Leather Coaster Set

If your Dad often enjoys a cold, refreshing drink, get him something to protect his expensive furniture. These handmade leather coasters support a small business, can be personalized, and are a beautiful home accent. They’re genuine leather, so they’ll protect the coffee or end tables from beer or whisky condensation, and will look good while doing it.

Beverage Cooler

You can never have too many coolers. We aren’t sure if that’s a saying already, but it should be if it isn’t. They come in super handy when throwing parties or heading out to the beach. There really is nothing worse than having to drink a warm beer on a hot day. Gift Dad a beverage cooler that’ll keep all of his favorite drinks and snacks cold, even in the warmest of summer temps. Whether he takes it on the golf course, or to a buddy’s house for a party, you’ll feel good knowing he will get good use out of it.

Cooling Pint Glasses

Technology is really cool, and it’s made it possible for things like cooling pint glasses to exist. If your Dad is a beer aficionado, consider these for the perfect Father’s Day gift. What more could he ask for than a beer glass that keeps his drink cold while he drinks it? It’s like having a frosted mug all of the time. If that’s not the dream, we don’t know what is.

Beer Gift Basket

If gift giving is your love language, consider a beer-themed gift basket to really wow your Dad this Father’s Day. Grab a beverage bucket and fill it with their favorite bar snacks, like pretzels or peanuts, their favorite sports team’s pint glasses, koozies, and a six-pack. They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, and we think this gift is the perfect way to appreciate Dad and everything he’s done for you.

Frio Beer Coffee Mug

Does your Dad think about beer all day long, even while he’s enjoying his morning cup of Joe? If so, a Frio Beer Coffee Mug is the perfect small gesture to let him know you’re thinking of him and you appreciate him this Father’s Day. Not only will he think of you every time he uses it, he’ll be thinking of his favorite beer, too. We call that a win-win.

30 Pack of Frio Light Beer

If you really want to make Dad happy and skip all the fluff and frills of the Father’s Day holiday, a 30-pack of Frio Light Beer is sure to make him smile. At only 92 calories, 2.8g of carbs and 0 sugar, Frio Light Beer is a guilt-free, low calorie option that’s still packed with the clean, crisp taste he knows and loves. Plus a 30-pack gives him one beer a day for a whole month. What better way is there to tell your Dad you love him than with an entire month worth of beer? We can’t think of any, nor do we want to.

Celebrate Dad with Top-Rated Frio Beer

Whether he likes to hit the course, hit the gym, or hit the buttons on the remote, your Dad is worth celebrating. Show him you’ve got gift-giving game with an idea from our Father’s Day gift guide. From a case of beer to a themed gift basket, there really is an option for every Dad. Our brews come highly-rated and pair perfectly with any Father’s Day celebration. To find your nearest Frio Beer retailer and kick off the best Father’s Day ever, click here.
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