5 Cocktails To Make For Your Game Day Party
The big game is almost here, which means that it’s time to plan the menu for football party. Drinks can make the party even more fun as your guests cheer for their favorite team. While beer is the typical choice for football parties, switch things up a bit by making cocktails instead. Here are 5 cocktails to make for your game day party.
Bubbly Vodka & Beer Punch
Beer is a must-have drink for every football party. This bubbly vodka and beer punch is the perfect drink to serve for the big game. It’ll serve your crowd of guests and will nicely complement any appetizers.
1 Liter Vodka
Three 12-Ounce Bottles Of Beer
Three 1-Liter Bottles Of Club Soda
Limes For Garnish
Step 1: Mix together the vodka and beer in a large punch bowl.
Step 2: Mix in the limeade and club soda.
Step 3: Distribute into glasses and garnish with a lime wedge.
The vodka lemonade cocktail is a simple yet refreshing drink that will be a hit at your big game party. It’s a balanced mix of bubbly and tart and is especially enjoyable if you live in a warm state.
4 Ounces Lemonade
2 Ounces Vodka
2 Ounces 7UP
Thyme For Garnish
Step 1: Start by filling a tall glass with ice.
Step 2: Mix together lemonade, vodka, and 7UP.
Step 3: Serve with a sprig of thyme for garnish.
Whiskey Ginger Cocktail
A simple mix of whiskey and ginger ale make up this cocktail and touch of lime juice adds some refreshing flavor. This cocktail will be a fan favorite at your big game party.
2 Ounces Whiskey
4 Ounces Ginger Ale
Step 1: Start by filling an 8-ounce cocktail glass with ice.
Step 2: Mix together the rum and ginger ale.
Step 3: Add in a splash of lime juice and enjoy!
Minty Moscow Mule
A fresh spin on the traditional Moscow mule, this minty mule is a unique drink to serve at your big game day party. This drink is best served in copper mugs with extra mint and limes for garnish.
1 Bunch Fresh Mint (Plush Extra For Garnish)
1 Cup Sugar
1 Cup Water
24 Ounces Vodka
24 Ounces Ginger Beer
1 Cup Lime Juice
Limes For Garnish
Ginger For Garnish
Step 1: In a small saucepan, heat up the mint, sugar, and water until it reached a boil. Continue to simmer for about 1 minute until the sugar is complete dissolved.
Step 2: Steep this mixture for about 1 hour.
Step 3: Pour the mixture into a punch bowl.
Step 4: Mix in vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice and then place in the refrigerator to chill.
Step 5: Throw in mint leaves, sliced limes, and sliced ginger for garnish before serving.
Tequila & Beer “Mimosa”
While regular mimosas are a brunch classic, this mimosa substitutes champagne for tequila and also includes beer and triple sec. This twist turns a mimosa into a fun cocktail for your game day party.
4 Ounces Tequila
4 Bottles Of Lager
2 Ounces Orange Juice
2 Ounces Triple Sec
Step 1: Mix together tequila and lager in a large pitcher.
Step 2: Add in the orange juice and triple sec.
Step 3: Serve in individual beer mugs.
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