#4 - It's a great way to try different beers from all over the UK
Save him the cost of fuel with the opportunity to try beer from breweries based all over England and Scotland! We've got Moncada and Hiver from London, First Chop from Salford and Moor Brewery from Bristol. There is also Wild Beer Co. from Westcombe, Somerset and Thornbridge from Bakewell. Heading up to Scotland we have Bellfield from Edinburgh and of course the infamous Brewdog from Fraserburgh. We also have beers from France, Belgium, Germany and Sweden in the pack.
#5 - It's great for themed tastings
The Father's Day Pack is ideal for this. Fun and social, it's a gift best shared! Organise a tasting with differently themed rounds, for example:
- Hops. In this pack you’ll find five different hoppy beers. Taste them in this order: Moor SO'Hop - Wild Bibble - Moncada Buco - Vedett Extra Ordinary IPA - Stone Go To IPA.
- Lagers. Can you taste which is which, and from which country each lager comes? Pistonhead Flat Tire (UK) - Berliner Pils (Germany) - Brussels Beer Project Wunderlager (Belgium)
- Other ingredients. You have the Blanche de Silly with wheat, the Hiver Blonde with honey or a Brewdog Clockwork Tangerine with citrus fruit.
By the way, our downloadable tasting form is a handy tool for this!
#6 - It comes perfectly packaged
We are very proud of our Beerwulf box: all bottles are well protected to avoid any damage or breakages. We are also keen on the design, which leaves some blank spaces for you to get creative if you so please. Let your imagination run wild and surprise dad with a personalised pack...or you can just add some ribbon and call it a day.
#7 - It gives Dad a chance to unwind and relax on Father's Day.
Beer is best drunk chilled, and that’s both the drink and the drinker. A spot in the garden or a barbecue with a few sausages is all you need! Dependent on the English weather, of course.
The Father's Day Pack is a great way to help Dad enjoy a few light beers, with nothing too heavy - it's all about relaxed lagers, fresh witbiers and tasty pale ales. Happiness can be so wonderfully simple!