Father's Day gift guide for the last-minute shopper
Just a friendly reminder, Father's Day is Sunday.
But don't panic. You still have time to pick up the perfect gift.
Here are some items you can find online or just a short drive away in downtown York.
For the beer lover
Kimman's Co., 57 N. Beaver St., sells several beer-related products that are perfect for a dad who loves craft brews.
Moonshine Growler ($44.95): This growler, made in Germany, makes a great gift for dads who frequent local breweries or like to make their own concoctions at home. The 2-liter container is made of aluminum alloy with stainless steel details and includes a gasket for a tight seal.
Cooling Pint Glass ($19.95): Stick this 16-oz. beer glass in the freezer or refrigerator, and when your dad's ready to have a beer, the glass will keep his beverage cold. The glass is equipped with a gray thermos band around the center so the heat from his hand won't affect the temperature of the beer.
Kombi Kooler ($589): According to Kimman's Co. owner Caroline Morris, this cooler shaped like a Volkswagen bus is the item every guy wants when they come in the store. It's made in Australia from recycled oil drums and features very intricate artistry.
For the sports fan
York Revolution Father's Day Pack ($85): Take your dad to a ball game with this Father's Day package, which includes six undated field box tickets, two parking passes and one custom Father's Day bat. The package is available at yorkrevolution.com.
Orioles tickets (Prices vary): Chances are, if you're dad's a professional baseball fan living in York County, he likes the Orioles. So, why not go online and buy a pair of tickets for a game this summer? Or check out "100 Things Orioles Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die" by former York Daily Record sports reporter Dan Connolly. The book is $12.75 on Amazon.
Horseshoe Set ($279): If your dad prefers playing sports, Kimman's Co. is selling a Henley horseshoe set, which includes heavy steel horseshoes and a solid wood carrying case made to look like a farrier's box. "It is gorgeous and for the true aficionado," Kimman's Co. owner Caroline Morris said. The game also comes with instructions for beginners.
For the stylish dad
Stop by Arthur & Daughters, 49 N. Beaver St., and pick up some colorful bow ties, socks and/or pocket squares that will spice up dad's wardrobe. Pocket squares are $15.
Bow Ties ($42 for men, $32 for boys): Bow ties made by Two Roberts come in summer prints, primary colors and patterns including, plaid, tweed, striped, floral and more.
Socks ($12-25): This line of American Trench socks for men are "wildly popular," Arthur & Daughters owner Hilary Arthur said. They come in fun stripes and primary colors.
For the meat lover
Gourmet Grillin' Basket ($60): If your dad loves to cook on the grill, Park Street Pantry, 24 N. Beaver St., is the place to go for his Father's Day gift. This basket, which is only available in the store, includes a 12-oz. bottle of Savannah Bee grill honey, a 100-ml. bottle of Bourbon Barrel Worcestershire sauce, a 12-oz. bottle of Tourchbearer chipotle barbecue sauce, an 8-oz. bag of smoked brown sugar, a barbecue grinder and bags of Park Street Pantry rub, black peppercorns and Applewood smoked salt. The basket is customizable, and items can also be purchased individually.
For the dad with facial hair
Check out this line of OneDTQ beard products at 56 Urban Provisions, 56 S. Duke St.
Beard oil ($17): Use this beard grooming conditioner to promote beard growth, stop itching and to keep the beard smooth, soft and tangle-free. The oil comes in a 1-oz. spray bottle.
Beard shampoo ($24): This 8-oz. bottle will clean and condition, stop beard itch and promote beard growth.
Beard balm ($18): This leave-in conditioner, which comes in a 2-oz. tin can, will tame, soften and thicken facial hair.