Alcohol gift ideas are appropriate for anyone over the age of 21, including those turning 21 and those with a home bar. Instead of buying a bar sign or a new set of glasses, opt for a novelty gift. Choose gifts with a humorous slant that make the recipient smile. The sheer number of novelty alcohol gifts on the market means you can find something for anyone.
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Novelty barware encompasses almost anything designed for use in the bar. For the home bar owner, choose a set of unusual shaped glasses, like margarita glasses with cactus-style stems. Funny shot glasses are another option. Opt for shot glasses with humorous sayings on one side or shot glasses with something on the inside -- for example, shot glasses that have fake dice in the bottom and light up when hit against a table. High ball glasses with fake rocks attached to the inside are perfect for those who like their drinks "on the rocks." You can even find bottle openers designed to fit onto a cell phone.
Shaped decanters and containers are a fun addition to a home bar. The decanters resemble non-alcohol related items and are larger than the typical decanters. For example, pick a fuel pump-shaped decanter that dispenses alcohol from an attached pump. Oversized decanters also resemble cell phones, wine barrels and even lamps. You can also opt for an oversized bottle of the recipient's favourite bottle of alcohol. Even empty, it adds a fun slant to his bar area.
Look for candy versions of alcohol for a fun gift idea. Candy cordials contain a small amount of liqueur on the inside, with a milk chocolate shell on the outside. If you're looking for a non-alcohol version, then opt for candies that merely taste like alcohol. Pina colada or strawberry daiquiri-flavoured jelly beans taste just like the real thing, but without the alcohol content. You can even find suckers and hard candies that taste like alcohol, without using real alcohol.
Pick a themed bottle of alcohol for a fun gift idea. Elvis Presley has his own brand of wine, despite being dead for decades. Richard Childress, the owner of a popular NASCAR team, has his own vineyard and manufactures wine under his name and even has some featuring his drivers. Vampire lovers and cupcake lovers will also find bottles of wine under those names.
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