Fa­ther’s Day Gift Guide

If the dad in your life is a brewer or beer fan, then these beer-cen­tric gift sug­ges­tions are sure-fire hits come this Fa­ther’s Day.

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THE RIGHT GLASS Don’t look like a craft-beer noob by pulling a frosted pint glass out of the freezer. In­stead, turn to Luigi Bormi­oli’s craft-beer glass collection and pour the right beer into the right glass for an ex­pe­ri­ence that’s noth­ing short of per­fec­tion. shop.lui­gi­bormi­oli.com/ prod­ucts/bir­rate­que­sea­sonal TWIST THIS… This is not some medi­ocre bag of stale pret­zels to mind­lessly nosh on while drink­ing a cold one. You start by adding a craft beer of your choice to Board­walk’s Craft Beer Pret­zel Mix, then fol­low the recipe to end up with a batch of pret­zels (aka heav­enly good­ness at your fin­ger­tips) that will be im­pos­si­ble to for­get. board­walk­foodco.com/ beerand­brew


Don’t be a ba­sic dad and rel­e­gate your­self to the mass-pro­duced liquors on the mar­ket. Get in touch with your in­ner ar­ti­san and hand­craft your own with the 1 Gal­lon Cop­per Moon­shine Still Kit. Trick it out with op­tional ac­ces­sories, click to buy, and you’ll be mak­ing your own within a week! clawham­mer­sup­ply.com The trick to fer­ment­ing like a pro is tight tem­per­a­ture con­trol through­out fer­men­ta­tion be­cause, as we all know, happy yeast makes awe­some beer. Now pro-level tem­per­a­ture con­trol is avail­able to brew­ers of any size with Ss Brewtech’s Ss Gly­col Chiller. Whether you’re main­tain­ing that mid-60s IPA fer­men­ta­tion tem­per­a­ture, cold crash­ing, lager­ing, or even hold­ing your brite tank (or your own draft lines) at serv­ing tem­per­a­ture, this gly­col chiller works seam­lessly with Ss Brewtech’s FTSS kits and brew­mas­ter edi­tion gear to keep your tanks cool so you can make and serve bet­ter beer. ss­brewtech.com/prod­ucts/gly­col

MEA­SURE WITH PRE­CI­SION The Blue­tooth-en­abled HALO Wire­less Beer ph Me­ter by HANNA In­stru­ments is pro­tected by a ti­ta­nium sheath that’s per­fect for the rough brew­ery en­vi­ron­ment and com­pen­sates for tem­per­a­tures up to 176˚F when cal­cu­lat­ing the ph lev­els. han­nainst.com/halo-ph-elec­trode-for-beer­anal­y­sis-fc2142.html

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