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May 23, 2016

Celebrate Father’s Day with a DIY Burger Bar!

Father’s Day is swiftly approaching – do you know what you’re getting for dear old Dad?

Instead of getting him yet another tie, do something a little more fun this year – throw him a Beer and Burger Bash! Dad will love being behind the grill, and everyone can dive in to crazy toppings to make their own personalized and unique burger.

Here are 5 of our favorite burgers, but get creative! Customize toppings, buns, and even burgers according to your Dad’s preferences for a superb Father’s Day surprise!

BBQ Pulled Pork Burger

BBQ Burger

Combine Dad’s love for burgers AND BBQ into one glorious pulled pork masterpiece! Top your burger with slow-cooked pulled pork, his favorite BBQ sauce, cheddar cheese, bacon and sliced onions for the perfect pub burger.

Southwest Burger

Southwest Burger

If Tex-Mex is the way to your Dad’s heart, he’ll be head over heels for this Southwest burger. Toppings include bacon, sliced Pepper-Jack cheese, lettuce, salsa, guacamole and fresh queso crumbles. Sweet potato fries aren’t a required side, but are highly recommended!

All-American Burger

All American Burger

Maybe your dad isn’t big on crazy flavor combos or unique toppings. Have no fear – the All-American Burger is here! Top the perfectly seared burger with American cheese, bacon, sliced red onions, tomato, lettuce and pickle chips. Oh, and don’t forget the ketchup and mayo!

Buffalo Bacon Bleu Cheese Burger

Bacon Bleu Burger

Does Dad dive into wings during football season? Then’ll he’ll dive right into this Buffalo Bleu Burger! With both Swiss and Bleu cheese, sliced red onions, bacon, and buffalo hot sauce, this burger is a wing-lover’s dream come true!

Italian Burger

Caprese Burger

Last, but certainly not least, we have the Italian burger. If your Dad is a fan of Caprese salad, baked ziti, or fresh herbs, this is the burger for him. Top your burger with fresh mozzarella, freshly-sliced tomatoes, and basil leaves for an Italian-inspired burger that’s sure to impress. Oh, and don’t forget to add a little balsamic vinegar before serving!