If Father’s Day has crept up on you, and now you’re in a blind panic about what on earth you can buy now that’s A: cool B: useful C: not insanely expensive and D: able to arrive in time, then sit back and take a deep breath.
I’ve got this.
Here’s a selection of fabulous Father’s Day gifts sure to keep the men in your life AND your pocket happy.
The BEERWULF craft beer box pulls together a tasty selection of cold ones for Dad to enjoy on his big day, and beyond. Start with a 12-pack for £25.95, that cherry picks the best beers from 12 different brewers, in six different styles – including Mentor from Kompaan, a fresh and fruity pale ale brewed especially for Beerwulf for Father’s Day – from four different countries. Upgrade to the 16-beer pack, for £31.95, or splash out on the 20-pace for £36.95.
Select one of the pre-mixed packs, carefully curated by the Beerwulf team, or create your own mix from their range of 600+ craft and speciality beers, from 150 different brewers. All orders over 12 bottles come with free delivery, and the team strives to deliver boxes within 48 hours (make sure you order before 4pm, Thursday, 12 June, to make sure your box arrives in time). You can even include a personalised message.
Got a fashion plate in the family? Take a browse through MAINLINE MENSWEAR website, where you’re just a few clicks away from one of the UK’s largest and most comprehensive ranges of men’s designer clothes. You’ll have more than 80 different fashion labels at your fingertips, from your favourite high street brands to the world’s most famous labels, including Hugo Boss, Adidas, Versace, Ralph Lauren and Armani.
I came across PASTA EVANGELISTS the other week and thought the concept was absolutely brilliant. This is such a great present idea for time-pressed foodies – a pasta parcel delivered straight to their doorstep, including all the ingredients they need to make a delicious dish.
First, you decide between the vegetarian, variety or gourmets option, which cost £13.90, £15.90 or £17.90 respectively per double serving. Next, decide, whether you want the minimum of two servings, or increase it up incrementally up to six servings, and how often you’d like them delivered.
Then, the fun part – choosing the dishes. Black truffle and pecorino triangoli, prawn & crayfish tortelloni with pistachios and garlic & parsley butter and chocolate-filled gnocchi with a hazelnut crumb are some of the tantalising options, which you can choose to mix and match or order several of the same dishes to share with guests.
Whatever you decide to get for your favourite fellas this Sunday, remember the best gift of all is family time. Have a great day everyone!
• make a personalised photo card for Dad this Father’s Day – read our review of the Epson photo printer
Disclosure: post includes samples sent for the purpose of inclusion and review