Father’s Day Gift Guide 2019

Father’s Day is on the horizon, so it’s time to get shopping! For those who like to geek out about cocktails, sip on the goof stuff, or beautify their home glassware collection, we’ve got plenty of options.

Pineapple Bottle Opener
Both a symbol of good hospitality and a functional tool, W&P Design hits the mark again with this stainless steel bottle opener. $15, amesandoates.com

Imbibe Gift Subscription
A subscription to Imbibe lasts all year long, and right now you can get 1 year for only $18 (normally $22). Plus, we’ll include a free download of our Guide to American Whiskey. $18, imbibemagazine.com

Bar Chef: Handcrafted Cocktails
For the adventurous home bartenders, this compendium features 100 culinary-inspired recipes from Los Angeles bartender Christiaan Röllich. Check out the White Elephant recipe for a preview. $25, amazon.com

Tiki Lovers White Rum
The new lineup of rums from the team behind The Bitter Truth are a great for mixing tropical drinks. We especially liked the white rum, a blend of Caribbean rums including pot-stilled selections from Jamaica’s Monymusk and Worthy Park, plus a barrel aged rum from Trinidad that’s aged up to five years. $29, b-21.com

RTH Coaster Set
Rene Holguin of RTH is known for his beautiful leatherwork, a trade that runs through his family’s Texas bootmaking heritage. These durable coasters are a stylish addition to any coffee table or bar cart. $60, marchsf.com

Port Cask Finished Virginia-Highland Whisky
Made from a blend of 100% malted barley whisky from Scotland and Virginia whisky made onsite at Virginia Distillery Co., the most recent batch of this robust hybrid was finished in casks from King Family Vineyards and Veritas Vineyard for over 10 months. At 46% ABV, it’s a rich whisky with lots of dried fruit flavor (think raisins), toffee and oak. $60, caskers.com

Uzumati Ceramics Snow Creek Coffee Set
Handmade stoneware with a beautiful speckled white glaze sets this rustic pour over set apart. Thrown and painted in California, the set is named after Yosemite’s Snow Creek Trail. $70, huckberry.com

Negroni Apron by Hedley & Bennett
We partnered with Hedley & Bennett on this custom cocktail apron, handmade in Los Angeles from herringbone denim, with an embroidered Negroni on the top pocket. Through Negroni Week, 10% of each apron sale will be donated to No Kid Hungry, which works to end childhood hunger in the United States.
$80, imbibemagazine.com

Mezcal Tasting Set
Glass is one of the best vessels for sipping mezcal and tequila, and when the glassware is hand-blown, each one gets its own unique personality. $95, the-citizenry.com

Mixed Beer Gift Box Set
Tavour sources beer from 500 independent breweries across America to create these gift sets. Each box features eight bottles or up to 16 cans of beer that comes from a city other than the one where the recipient lives, so they can taste beers they might not have tried before. $99, tavour.com

Vinglacé Wine Bottle Chiller  
Keep wine cold for about four hours with these gorgeous double-walled, vacuum-insulated wine bottle chillers. $90, food52.com

Guinness Dart Board
This custom cabinet comes with a dartboard, darts, dry erase scoreboard and chart. Everything you need for a night of fun with dad. $200, guinnesswebstore.com


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