Awesome Ideas to Nail Your Brother-In-Law's Birthday Gift
The heat is on with this Bloody Mary hot sauce kit that lets him mix up a spicy grownup beverage to kick off the weekend. We love the included high ball glasses that are oh-so-witty with sayings like, "You Say Tomato, I Say Bloody Mary."
All brothers are put on this earth to show off their most nonsensical skills. This gift will also save your oranges from an untimely bruising on the floor.
Because he enjoys the simple pleasures in life — a cold beer and a gadgety glass that can pop open his brew.
You know he loves to snap photos with that smartphone — so give him a new toy that will deliver wobble-free videos and photos.
For the guy who loves classic rock, here's an unexpectedly cool way to rock his birthday.
Because party games with family do not usually involve a pack of probing questions (you don't want to know that about your brother-in-law!). But a quality wood backgammon game is fun (without the awkwardness.)
You're definitely in the range of wowing your brother-in-law with a gadget gift he can use out on the course.
This microbrewing kit funnels his love of craft beers into one handsome gift.
You know you've scored a solid gift when it pairs the sport he loves (basketball) with cool technology.
If your brother-in-law likes to come prepared to family functions, this beer sign is the ulimate upgrade for his BYOB cooler.
Here's an easy way to make a useful gift feel special for your beer-loving brother-in-law: Personalize the growler with his name.
Here's a board game that hits it out of the park on what your brother-in-law loves — and that's anything related to baseball.
Does your geeky brother-in-law know a thing or two about coding? Cheers to the perfect glassware for his brews.
You may not know how your brother-in-law takes his coffee, but you do know he's most definitely not vegetarian. Go for a manly box of quality jerky.
He'll be able to step up his breakfast game with these flavorful twists on all-natural nut butters.
For the brother-in-law who loves the campy side of style, this bear cutting-and-serving board will fit right in.
There's never a bad time to give cookies. Especially homemade cookies in adorable tins with flavors like Triple Chocolate Chunk.
Small gifts that zero on his love of fine food hit the spot. Because your brother-in-law believes eating well is the spice of life.
He's the ultimate grillmaster, and this BBQ sauce kit lets him tinker with making his favorite condiment.
These barbecue skewers are so unusual (and cool-looking). Unlike traditional BBQ tools, this will be a newbie for his set by the grill.
Because you trust your brother-in-law by a fire, but you'd feel better if he had some quality BBQ gloves to protect him.
For the brother-in-law who likes his drinks on ice, this special stainless steel tray keeps his ice cubes from tasting like the freezer.
He's the kind of guy who thinks bacon makes everything better. So give him a monthly stock of his favorite indulgence.
Because you've heard an earful from him about instant coffee. This gift lets him grind his own coffee so it'll meet his high standards.
This modern, rugged watch is not so much about telling time as it is about looking cool. Sounds just like your brother-in-law.
From cool nights on camping trips to summer days by the lake, he'll find countless ways to use this special wool Pendleton blanket.
He'll be happy to receive a skincare kit that feels like a real indulgence.
This smartly packaged multi-tool will be the gift that hooks him into his love of fishing.
What makes a wallet and pen feel like a gift is all in the way they're packaged. This well-thought-out gift set is perfect for the well-travelled brother-in-law.
You've heard him talking about future camping trips, so set him up with a cooking set that will come in handy.
In case you haven't spotted the trend, you don't have to be a Boy Scout to accessorize with patches. These patches capture his fun-loving rugged style.
Because the family who camps together, stays together, and he'll love upping his campfire cooking.
For the brother-in-law who likes to go running as exercise, this watch goes the extra mile as a cool gift.
Because these colognes are easy to travel with. And he'll appreciate a gift with a little sense of humor.
Because gentlemen need a proper toiletry bag, too — and this one feels just like your brother-in-law in style.
Copper mugs and a copper jigger are the perfect shiny addition to his home bar.
Your single brother-in-law may not be the most skilled home cook. Here's a way to upgrade the humble TV dinner.
Because your brother-in-law is a little on the loud side, and speaks his mind.
For the brother-in-law who likes his coffee black, here's a classic (nostalgic) mug that will get strong points for originality.
Your brother-in-law takes party drinks seriously. Consider this attractive ice bag and mallet as a way to crush it with his birthday gift.
Here's an incognito way for your brother-in-law to travel around with his iPad.
Your brother-in-law wouldn't dream of missing the World Cup (huge soccer fan), so consider this portable speaker a real score.
For the brother-in-law who's addicted to his iPad, here's a way of keeping away the techie wrist strain.
He's always coming up with bright ideas, and this set of notebooks will be sure they don't get forgotten.
For the city-dwelling brother-in-law, give him a set of coasters that celebrates the neighborhood that feels like home.
And here you have it — swinging in for best gift for the beer-loving, golf-playing brother-in-law.
For the active brother-in-law who bikes, here's a way to make Friday night pizza (post ride) feel even more fun.
He probably wouldn't buy this accessory for himself, but he'll be glad you thought of it.
Here's a fun gift to pay homage to the big goal he's saving for. Start the coin bank with your own contribution.
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