5 Beer Gifts for Dad
Thinking of getting your dad a great beer gift that he’ll really enjoy, but not quite sure what’s out there. Here’s a quick peek at what you can shop for to put a smile on his face and a beer in his hand.
By Shira Kogut on Jun. 10, 2017
Each bundle has beers + Cool Dad Card + Bar Blade Opener + Socks + an awesome HonestBrew Glass. Just choose the size of the gift he deserves!
Most pubs, restaurants and breweries offer a Father’s Day brunch, but if you can bring it up a notch by adding a boat excursion that’s even better. If you can’t find one in your city then perhaps consider putting it together yourself. Need a recipe for your own Beer Brats. Give this winner a try!
With this compact and stylish personalised oak beer barrel, your father can enjoy delicious oak-aged beer from the comfort of his home.
Fun is brewing across the board with this hopped-up drinking game. Beeropoly invites players to quaff their way through a series of beer challenges – from a rhyming competition to demonstrating their best dance moves. The last man or woman standing must drink the Community Cup. Cheers!
HonestBrew Howlers make for great gifting. Three curated craft cans in a handy tube.
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Happy 500th Anniversary Reinheitsgebot!
Also know as “the German Beer Purity Law”, Reinheitsgebot is the collection of rules and regulations that restrict ingredients in classic German beers (also applicable in the German predecessor states). Read on to discover the history of this time-honored German beer tradition…
Wine Styles for Beer Lovers
We know your loyalties lie with brews, but sometimes a social situation may arise where you just have to have a wine instead. Don’t waste your time on a varietal you won’t like. Here’s a great way to figure out which varietal you’ll like based on your preferred beer style. It’s pretty right on. Go ahead and give it a try!
REVIEW: Twin Sails Brewing – No Fun Zone Blonde Stout
I was lucky to get a few beers that you can not find in Alberta. Twin Sails out of Port Moody, BC being one of them. Let’s see…if they live up to their excellent reputation. First up is the No Fun Zone, a Blonde Stout with coffee, coconut, chocolate and vanilla.
I am a dark beer drinker through and through but I wanted to stretch my tastes a little and venture into the ever popular summer drink category. I’ve featured a variety of beers and even some ciders and hard iced teas. Everything is Canadian craft except for a couple Belgians thrown in the mix. Thank you to Bowen Island Brewing , Whistler Brewery, Big Rock, Steamworks, 49th Parallel Group, Alley Kat, Tool Shed, Yukon Brewing and Hey Y’all for sending these samples my way to feature. Cheers guys and happy summer drinking !