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13 Food & Drink Father’s Day Gifts that Will Guarantee You’re His Favorite Child

Struggling to come up with a Father’s Day gift for Sunday — yes, this Sunday — but don’t want to end up getting him something lame like a tie or yet another gift card to Black Angus (just kidding, that would awesome)?

Like any good child, you’ve just realized why your mom keeps reminding you to come home this weekend, and you’ll probably attempt to find a gift day-of. We figured you’d be in a pickle, so we gathered the top food and drink-themed Father’s Day gifts your dad will actually want.

Prepare yourself for an excessive amount of beer-friendly, testosterone-fueled gadgets, from armchairs that automatically refill your beer to laser pizza cutters.

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Leather Beer Holster frees hands for manly stuff like hunting wild boar and gambling

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Dual Glass let you drink two different beers at the same damn time

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Giant Korean Barbecue Style Grill

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Eco-Friendly Underground Beer Cooler

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Laser Pizza Cutter

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A water bottle growler that chills your beer for 24 hours

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2-in-1 Utensil Bottle Opener

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An espresso maker made from an actual race car engine

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Cigars seasoned with Samuel Adams beer

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A reverse microwave that chills your booze in 45 seconds

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For if you really love your dad: a kegerator that features a built-in fridge, a keg with 3 separate taps, a 60-inch HDTV screen and 140 classic video gameskegerator-video-games

 

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Whiskey-breath cologne

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Behold: the world’s most epic armchair that fills your beer from the bottom up

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This Guy Started a Kickstarter for Dick-Shaped Bottle Openers

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Any experienced drinker knows that a good bottle opener is an extension of himself. So what would a stainless steel bottle opener in the shape of an erect penis with their name engraved on it say about someone?

While chatting with some friends, Michael Wenz came up with the concept of the DickyDoo — a stainless steel novelty bottle opener that you can customize. Available in two styles of original and heart-shaped, the DickyDoo let’s you engrave a name on the shaft, making each one unique. While the original is pretty much just a dick, the Heart DickyDoo is designed to look like there’s a heart/pair of balls sticking out of your pocket.

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Wenz has been testing the original prototypes for more than three years with much success, as the grips fit all bottle cap sizes. You can support the cause here.

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Picthx The DickyDoo

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Twist-Off Wine Corks Have Finally Been Invented

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After four years of intense research, a twist-off wine cork has finally been invented by the folks over at cork manufacturer Amorim and bottle-maker O-I. The invention is a long time coming and something every lush can relate to. You know what I’m talking about: That moment when you’re about to open a wine bottle and it dawns on you that there isn’t a corkscrew in sight; the awful realization sinks in and you desperately attempt to uncork it with a kitchen knife. This never works by the way, unless you want your precious vino filled with icky cork debris.

The Helix cork offers an answer to these unfortunate predicaments by eliminating the need for a corkscrew. The product features a cork with a revolutionary threaded finish, coupled with a matching threaded bottle neck, that allows drinkers to both open and reseal the bottle with ease. Once resealed, the Helix creates an airtight barrier that protects the wine’s delicate flavors. The bottles will retail around $8 to $15, aiming for the “popular premium” market.

Erik Bouts, O-I Europe president, assures that after extensive testing of wine stored in Helix bottles, there was no alteration to the taste, aroma or color of the wine after 26 months.

There’s just one catch: It will probably be another two years before we see this product hit shelves and change our lives forever. Until then, we’ll be over here searching the office for that ever-elusive corkscrew.

H/T + PicThx Business Insider, Giz