With Father’s Day just around the corner, you can bet most of the dad’s out there would prefer something a little different; maybe something a little refreshing. Typically dads tend to get the blokey stuff at this time of the year, but it’s time to make things a little different.
When people think of unique gifts, they think of something dad may not have done before – skydiving, hot laps, wine tasting and so on; and there’s nothing wrong those ideas at all, plenty of dads would love the opportunity to plummet to earth with nothing but a parachute tied to them, or do a couple of laps around at race track at 200km/hour. But in current times, these ideas may not be available. It’s time for a unique Father’s Day gift idea that can be delivered to dad wherever he is, and whatever he is doing.
Enter, the Brewquet.
2020 has thrown a bit of a curve ball for almost all of us, but the Brewquet gives you the opportunity to provide dad with a unique gift idea this Father’s Day that he can really enjoy.
Whether dad is a chocolate lover, enjoys his cider, or simply loves having fresh wildflowers in the house (don’t we all?), the Brewquet offers plenty of customisation to best suit your dad.
So, flowers aren’t your typical Father’s Day gift idea, but why not? Dad’s don’t need blokey gifts all the time, and there are plenty of great flower options for Father’s Day – Blue salvia means “thinking of you”, myrtle means “good luck”, magnolia signifies a love of nature, while zinnias symbolise never forgetting absent friends (making them perfect when your dad doesn’t live nearby). Does your dad love Australian native flowers? These make for a bright and wonderful flower brewquet.
Everyone loves a snack with their Sunday afternoon drink, and what better option than a snack Brewquet? 6 x 375ml bottles or cans, topped with some yummy snacks including nuts, chips, jerky, chocolates and more. A unique gift idea that brings everyone together.
Chocolate may not seem like a unique Father’s Day gift idea (gosh knows how many dad’s have received a box of chocolates, some peanut brittle or some homemade fudge over the years!) but it pairs very well with a brewquet. The big benefit is there is plenty of space on top of the Brewquet for a pretty extensive chocolate display! Whether you prefer a flower arrangement type display or prefer the snack arrangement display, a chocolate brewquet is sure to go down well.
Looking to give dad something different to try this year? The original Brewquet is the perfect idea for a beer or cider sampler. Holding 11 x 375ml bottles or cans, this is the best way to try a range of brews or ciders that wouldn’t normally make it into the house.
Some of Our Favourite Combinations
There’s always going to be some favourite combinations, and at Thirsty Blooms we’ve seen some great creations put together, so we wanted to share some of our favourites:
- The Flower Brewquet goes well with any drink option, and you can make this really stand out by choosing a drink in a complimentary colour to the flowers you choose.
- The Snack Brewquet pairs perfectly with a pale ale, particularly with snacks with a bit of bite.
- The Chocolate Brewquet pairs well with a range of beers, with stout going well with a dark chocolate, a pilsner with white chocolate or a nutty chocolate with your favourite Bourbon.
- The Original Brewquet is best for a sampling of a range of beers and ciders. Choose some of your own favourites or a mix of international flavours.
If you can’t be with dad this Father’s Day, or you’re looking for something different to the normal socks and jocks, a Brewquet is the perfect unique gift option this September.
Written and created by Emma Mclaren