Eat and Drink Father's Day 2016 gifts for foodies By Georgia Kral and Melissa Kravitz Updated June 6, 2016 11:44 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Let's face it, dads can be hard to shop for. But we're going to guess your dad loves food. Whether he's a full-blown #foodie or just an enthusiast for a great meal, we have some gift ideas that will please his taste buds. Let us help you up your gift-giving game. For the wino dad: Zalto Denk'Art decanter Photo Credit: Sherry-Lehmann Hand-crafted in Austria, this decanter is for the serious wine drinker who cares to let his wines breathe. This decanter is large enough to aerate an entire Magnum-sized bottle of your favorite full-bodied wine. $132.95 at Sherry-Lehmann, sherry-lehmann.com For the grill-master dad: Hedley & Bennett apron Photo Credit: Hedley & Bennett Give dad the gift that will make all those around him at the grill jealous. Made in Los Angeles by the chef-approved Hedley & Bennett Co., the hickory apron is made with raw American denim. $86. hedleyandbennett.com For the spicy dad: Momofuku Ssam Sauce Photo Credit: Momofuku Your dad may be a Momofuku addict or perhaps he wants a bite of exotic NYC cuisine. It's easy to feed his craving with this bottled Ssam sauce, good on pretty much anything that could use some saucing. $7.50. momofuku.com For the carnivorous dad: Spit roaster Photo Credit: BBQ Spit Rotisseries If dad really loves meat and really loves to cook, splurge on a spit roaster. This model from BBQ Spit Rotisseries can handle chickens, roasts or small animals. $355. bbqspitrotisseries.com For the booze-loving dad: Manhattan Moonshine Photo Credit: Manhattan Moonshine Skip the scotch and give dad something different this year. Made from New York State grain, Manhattan Moonshine is a whiskey that lends itself to cocktails thanks to its light and smooth taste. This moonshine can stand in for bourbon in an Old Fashioned, which might confuse dad. Tell him to try it! $ 44.99. manhattan-moonshine.com For the outdoor dad: Campfire sandwich iron Photo Credit: Rodale's Anybody who goes camping needs this cast-iron sandwich iron. Put a grilled cheese inside, hold it over the fire and get happy. $24. rodales.com For the crafty dad: Brooklyn Brew Shop beer making kit Photo Credit: Brooklyn Brew Shop Let dad explore his love of beer by creating his own craft brew. Brooklyn Brew Shop's kits go beyond your basic ale and come in flavors like Oatmeal Stout, Jalapeno Saison and Bruxelle Blonde. Plus, for the dad who shies away from gluten, there's even a hard cider brewing kit! $40 brooklynbrewshop.com For the multitasking dad: Martha Stewart's grill basket Photo Credit: Martha Stewart Help make dad's job easier! Sometimes there's a lot of stuff to grill at once, and this basket keeps veggies and other small grillables contained. $16.99 (on sale now, usual price $33.99). macys.com For the cheesy dad: Feta cheese making kit Photo Credit: Uncommon Goods If your dad is into cheesy jokes, or just really good cheese, teach him to make some himself with this DIY kit! $29. uncommongoods.com For the urban dad: Lagostina Accademia Bistecchiera Grill Pan Photo Credit: Lagostina Accademia If your dad loves to grill but is cooped up in a tiny apartment, show him that he can still sear the steaks with this 11-inch dishwasher-safe grill pan. No charcoal or chips necessary. $149.99, bedbathandbeyond.com For the cool dad: Whiskey stones Photo Credit: Andrew Hellman If your cool dad likes his drinks extra cold, be it OJ or whiskey or iced coffee, these non-porous stones will cool drinks without absorbing or adding any liquid. $20. momastore.org For the indulgent dad: Neuhaus' Single Malt Whisky chocolates Photo Credit: Neuhaus If your dad likes booze or chocolate, this gift set is your one-way ticket to his indulgent happiness. This gift set includes 24 chocolates designed to pair with whisky, sherry, port, cognac, rum or red wine. $90. neuhauschocolate.com For the jerky dad: The Big Jerk from Mouth Photo Credit: Mouth Artisan beef jerky is a thing, and it's delicious. Bring dad in on the trend if he's not appreciative of it already. And if you're lucky, you can grab some bites, too. $48, mouth.com For the entertaining dad: Nachtmann tumblers Photo Credit: Nachtmann These pretty hued tumblers will up the game of any cocktail lover and they're perfect for summer parties. $19 each. riedelusa.net For the consistent dad: Chef's knife by Michael Symon Cutlery Photo Credit: Ergo Chef Dad deserves a well-crafted knife that will expertly chop vegetables and whatever else he wants to prepare. Television chef Michael Symon joined with Ergo Chef to create this line of knives made with high-carbon steel and fiberglass resin. 6-inch chef knife: $51.99 (on sale). ergochef.com By Georgia Kral and Melissa Kravitz Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.