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From gorgeous glassware to premium spirits and comforting coffee blends, make this Father’s Day memorable with one of these Imbibe-approved gift ideas.

Bruges Beer Glass Created to harness the flavors and aromas of Belgian ales, these tulip glasses are a must-have for dads who love beer. $6.95, crateandbarrel.com

Cocktail Bitters Bottles Add a little pizazz to your home cocktail game with these beautiful bottles. Made of durable lead-free crystal and stainless steel dasher tops. $15.95, amehlaco.com

Imbibe Subscription Give dad the gift that lasts all year long: A subscription to Imbibe! Right now a 1-year gift subscription is only $18 each (normally $22). $18, imbibemagazine.com

Tactica Bottle Opener For on-the-go drinking needs, this versatile and weighty bottle opener features a subtle angular design that makes it a stylish addition to anyone’s collection. $20, huckberry.com

Jack Rudy Bloody Mary Mix Jack Rudy’s newly released entrant to the Bloody Mary field proves a perfect base for adaptation. Leaning away from heavily spiced blends, it skews citrusy and bright, and makes for an excellent Red Snapper when mixed with gin. $20, jackrudycocktailco.com

Convivial 2019 Passe-tout-Grain Gamay-Pinot Noir Blend A playful new project from winemaker John Grochau of Grochau Cellars in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, Convivial is a trio of quaffable red wines made specifically to be enjoyed with a chill. The standout is the Passe-tout-Grain Gamay-Pinot Noir Blend, combining the signature varietals of the Willamette Valley and the Beaujolais region  into a bright and fruit-forward summer sipper. $20, grochaucellars.com

Art of Tea Hojicha Powder Japan is known most for its green teas, but the woodsy Hojicha is another style worth exploring. With a rich umami character and deep complexity from the roasting process, it’s a perfect introduction to the style. $25, artoftea.com

The Japanese Art of the Cocktail by Masa Urushido From the owner of Katana Kitten, this celebration of the cocktails and bartending techniques of Japan is infused with the infectious energy that makes the NYC bar so beloved. $25, www.amazon.com

Crown & Hops T-Shirt From our 2018 Beer People of the Year, Beny Ashburn and Teo Hunter, these shirts are a stylish way to celebrate diversity in the beer world. $28.99, crownsandhops.com

Bently Heritage Single Estate Source One Vodka Wheat & Oat Blend Made in the heart of the Sierra Nevada mountains, this vodka is made from 100% estate-grown oat and wheat. Silky smooth and full of character, it’s a prize bottle at a great price. $32.99, drizly.com

Martini BitterMade with Aronia berry, orange peel, lilac, lavendar, cane sugar, and raw Appalachian mountain honey, these floral bitters made by North Carolina company Heilbron Herbs are a soft and subtle addition to a gin Martini (or even just soda if you are abstaining). $34, eastfork.com

NPR Coffee Club Subscription If dad’s ideal morning begins with a cup of coffee and National Public Radio, this collab between the broadcaster and North Carolina roaster Counter Culture hits the mark. With a variety of beans available, from single origins to NPR-exclusive blends like All Beans Considered, the NPR Coffee Club keeps the cupboard stocked while supporting NPR’s programming. Starts at $16.15, nprcoffeeclub.org

The New Kindred Spirits, by F. Paul Pacult For spirits aficionados, there’s no more trustworthy source for tasting notes than F. Paul Pacult. In this third edition of Kindred Spirit, Pacult includes intel on the explosion of craft spirits in America in addition to his reviews. $39, amazon.com

S’well Insulated Bar Set Because Father’s Day always coincides with the beginning of summer, make sure dad has plenty of gear for drinking outside with this super stylish insulated bar kit. $40-50 food52.com

Helen Levi Beach Tumbler Channeling the best summer beach vibes, these gorgeous marbled stoneware tumblers from ceramicist Helen Levi are made to order. $48, helenlevi.com

Riedel’s Gin & Tonic Glass Set In homage to Spain’s storied Gin & Tonic tradition, where G&Ts are served in oversized globe-like stemware for best aromatics, Riedel recently released this set of crystal glassware that feel as high-class as they look. With a smart taper on the lip, all of the bountiful aromatics of a good G&T will sing in these stunning vessels. $49.90, riedel.com

Athletic Brewing x Miir 64 oz. Growler From the makers of excellent alcohol-free brews, this growler is made of stainless steel and features extreme vacuum insulation to keep beverages colder longer. $55, athleticbrewing.com

Beachbum Berry Deep Six Communal Bowl Developed as a collaboration between Cocktail Kingdom and Jeff “Beachbum” Berry, this communal tiki bowl is begging to be added to dad’s mug collection. $74.99 cocktailkingdom.com

GlenDronach 15-Year Scotch Aged in both Oloroso and PX sherry casks, this Highlands single malt from master blender Rachel Barrie offers a refined balance of nutty sweetness and crisp, punchy malted grains. With flavors of ripe fig, dark bitter chocolate and long woody walnut-like tannin, it’s a robust spirit that should delight drinkers who seek out Scotch with a hearty soul. $94.99, totalwine.com

Oktober Homebrewer Can Seamer With designs patented by former aerospace engineers, Oktober Can Seamer’s latest addition to their lineup gets hobbyist brewers in on the fun. Fitting both 12- and 16-ounce aluminum cans, the durable electric seamer is an investment to be sure, but for those getting serious about their craft the machine is a boon: small enough to sit on the countertops and arrives ready to can homebrews of all stripes straight out of the box. $879, oktoberdesign.com

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