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Father's Day Ex-beer-iences

If you’re having a last minute flap about how to treat your dad this Father’s Day, we’ve got your back with these local experiences all beer-loving dads out there are bound to love

Father’s Day Beer Brunch
What dad wouldn’t like to be treated to a beer-themed brunch for Father’s Day? The Clapham North Pub will be hosting a day devoted to your father’s favourite tipple with brunch or a traditional Sunday lunch to accompany tasters of five different beers. Dads will also receive a special brew for to take home. The brunch and taster beer option costs £20 and the Sunday lunch and taster beers option costs £25.

Father’s Day Sunday Lunch and live music at Hideaway
Treat your dad to an evening of live jive from The Jive Acres and The Bellefords at Hideaway Live in Streatham. The Father’s Day event will consist of a high-energy performance from the talented six-piece and their support who will be sure to get the audience toe-tapping with their range of 1950s rock and roll tunes.

Father’s Day at the Dog and Fox
This beautiful pub sits in the heart of Wimbledon Village and offers a splendid summer beer garden. This Father’s Day, bring your dad along and soak up the Sunday sunshine with a special event dedicated to the day. The pub will be hosting a Sunday roast dinner and a pub quiz to follow. 12pm-11pm

Twickenham Fine Ales brewery tour
Twickenham is home to London’s oldest micro-brewery and offers informative tours every second Wednesday of the month – making a great Father’s Day gift! The micro-brewery is responsible for 20 different beers, with a mix of specials produced for events like the rugby, alongside seasonal drinks to be enjoyed in cosy winter pubs or sipped in an alfresco summer beer garden. Local favourites include Naked Ladies which is named after the beautiful Victorian water feature on Twickenham Riverside.

Shakespeare in the Garden
The concept for this theatrical spectacle is simple, enjoy The Bard’s most famous plays as they were meant to be enjoyed, in a convivial and welcoming setting, and in an interactive and immersive way. What better venue then, than the humble British beer garden? Some of London’s best-loved Fuller’s pubs are taking part over the summer months, with participating pubs in Richmond, Teddington and Barnes. A great beer-themed gift for a culture vulture dad.