By Laura Serino

Published on May 6, 2015

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He’s doted on you your whole life, so now it’s time to thank dear old Dad for all the love. Here are 11 gift ideas to give this Father’s Day.

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The man loves a round of gold and a frosty beverage after the 18th hole. Give him something that celebrates both with this bottle opener. Fore!

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Challenge your Pops to a round of croquet golf, a more challenging take on classic croquet with this USA-made set. Let the backyard games begin!

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Does Father’s facial hair need a little grooming? He’ll smell fresh-out-of-the-woods with an all-natural balm that he’ll love, but heck, Mom will too.

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Whether he loves to relive his varsity days or simply toss a ball around during the pre-season, give him something that helps celebrate his all-time favorite sport.

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Ideal for the G&T connoisseur, this kit gives Dad the chance to create his own concoction. Kit comes with everything he needs to home-blend his very own gin – he’ll just need you as the taste tester.

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It doesn’t get more dapper than Dad. He’ll be happy to tie one on the next time the mood strikes with this seersucker bowtie.

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He might not have an oak barrel in the backyard to create his favorite drink, but now he doesn’t need one. Two honeycombed, charred-oak barrel staves allow Dad to quickly age his spirit-of-choice right in the bottle.

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If Dad’s been rocking a mustache since before it became cool again, gift him some good grooming with an all-natural wax for his ‘stache.

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Dress up his dress shirt no matter the crustacean, er, occasion with crabby silk cuff links.

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Handcrafted caramels named after one of literature’s most beloved Fathers and made from flavors that Dads love: Colorado whiskey, Louisiana open-kettle cane syrup, and Kentucky bourbon barrel-smoked sea salt.

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He’s the grillmaster. And now he can be a bit more knowledgeable about the cuts he cooks.