11 best Father’s Day gifts for drink lovers

Treat your dad on 15 June with one of these special bottles and accessories (and some chocolates for good measure)

Struggling to find something to give your dad this Father’s Day? Then have a look at this collection of wines, fizz, special spirits and some innovative drinking accessories for inspiration. From exciting new cider varieties and premium tequila to a unique corkscrew, we think we’ve put together gifts that will please dads partial to a tipple or two.

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Verdict:

Craft beer-loving dads will enjoy discovering BeerBods’ curated selection each week. If you’re celebrating and you want to splash out, treat him to the Charles Heidsieck gift set. And if he’s got all the booze he needs, the Ligne Origine is the most pleasing traditional corkscrew we’ve come across.

Buy now

1. Graham's Late Bottled Vintage (75cl), £13.50

2. Château Tour De Sarrail 2009, £14.50

3. 3Cs Cider, £3.90

4. The Vinturi Reserve, £34.99

5. Champagne Charles Heidsieck Gift Set, £75

6. BeerBods Better Beer Gift Subscription, from £3

7. London Gin Truffles, £8.80

8. The Ligne Origine, £29.99

9. Don Julio 1942, £117

10. Peller Estates Riesling Icewine 2011 Niagara Peninsula 37.5cl Bottle, £35

11. Ardbeg Auriverdes, £79.99

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