Badass Father's Day Gifts for the Beer Loving Dad

Father's Day is right around the corner and I just can't let it go by without sharing some of my favorite gifts for craft beer dads. Check them out below.

Papa Bear Beer Growler Gift                              

Grain to Glass Designs, $23.99, Amazon.com . Perfect for the soon to be or already established Papa Bear in your life. Good for badass grandpa's too!

Grain to Glass Designs, $23.99, Amazon.com . Perfect for the soon to be or already established Papa Bear in your life. Good for badass grandpa's too!

Chemistry Beer iPhone Case

New Sign Creation, $42.20, Zazzle.com Let him take all his calls feeling like a craft beer, scientific, badass.

New Sign Creation, $42.20, Zazzle.com Let him take all his calls feeling like a craft beer, scientific, badass.

Beer Drinking Octopus Graphic Tee

$20.00, Brewershirts.com No lie. I'm probably gonna buy this shirt for myself too. Drunk octopus is my favorite.

$20.00, Brewershirts.com No lie. I'm probably gonna buy this shirt for myself too. Drunk octopus is my favorite.

A Subscription to Pallet Magazine

$15, coolmaterial.com "Most beer magazines focus on reviews, homebrew tips, and industry news. While that’s fine, it misses beer’s most cherished skill—bringing people together. Pallet is a new magazine from Sam Calagione, of Dogfish Head fame, that’s focused on beer and storytelling. Think less about the scarcity of Bourbon County Stout Rare, and more about the tale you might tell if you drank a bottle. After flipping through the first issue, we can safely say this is the only beer magazine we’ve ever read with stories on Dolly Parton, Pliny the Elder (the person), and Zambian rock music. So, crack a 90 Minute IPA, read Pallet, and share your new knowledge next time you’re out drinking with friends." (coolmaterial.com)

$15, coolmaterial.com

"Most beer magazines focus on reviews, homebrew tips, and industry news. While that’s fine, it misses beer’s most cherished skill—bringing people together. Pallet is a new magazine from Sam Calagione, of Dogfish Head fame, that’s focused on beer and storytelling. Think less about the scarcity of Bourbon County Stout Rare, and more about the tale you might tell if you drank a bottle. After flipping through the first issue, we can safely say this is the only beer magazine we’ve ever read with stories on Dolly Parton, Pliny the Elder (the person), and Zambian rock music. So, crack a 90 Minute IPA, read Pallet, and share your new knowledge next time you’re out drinking with friends." (coolmaterial.com)

Beer Jelly

Glenwood Garden, $24.00, Etsy.com  Dad doesn't have to wait to 5 o'clock to enjoy his favorite IPA. He can have that sh*t first thing in the morning. We live in a wonderful magical world.

Glenwood Garden, $24.00, Etsy.com  Dad doesn't have to wait to 5 o'clock to enjoy his favorite IPA. He can have that sh*t first thing in the morning. We live in a wonderful magical world.

Catherine Contreras

San Antonio, TX,

Catherine Contreras is a proud San Antonio, Texas native with a passion for craft beer and inappropriate banter. She brings one new and hilarious podcast episode to over 3,000 listeners every week. Each episode highlights Texas craft beer and is filled with inappropriate and side splitting comedy. She is also a proud member of the BarbacoApparel family. A San Antonio based apparel company that caters to Texans and Texans at heart.