These drinks will keep you sipping through all four quarters.
Add a Cajun kick to your lemonade with some hot sauce and rum. Rinse gallon milk jugs and use as a spill-proof way to transport
If you like a bolder flavor, use a dark beer. For a fun twist, serve it in 16-oz. mason jars.
This drink is great to serve to a crowd. The club soda keeps the punch from tasting too sweet.
Our users recommended adding club soda just before serving as an extra refresher. If you're having company, double the recipe—this
one goes quickly.
These may be made up to a day ahead. Keep tightly covered with plastic wrap, and garnish just before serving.
Try replacing Miller or Bud with a Woodchuck Cider for an even more refreshing result.
It's hard to beat the spicy bite of a good bloody mary on warm summer mornings. Seasoned with fresh basil, cilantro, and chives,
this drink received the our Test Kitchen's highest rating.
The peach nectar used in this recipe is a sweet, intensely flavored drink that's usually sold on the international food aisle.
Make a simple adults-only float using vanilla ice cream, creamy porter or stout, and a flavorful garnish of fresh raspberries
and mint sprigs.
The subtle beer taste gives this summery drink a frothy texture. For a pretty presentation, serve on ice and add orange slices
as a garnish.
This spicy sweet drink gives an extra kick to the traditional bloody mary.
Bourbon and apple are perfect teammates in this thoroughly Southern concoction.
Swap out champagne for beer to make this easy and delicious drink. It's perfect for tailgating and casual cookouts.
You'll want to make a whole batch of this citrusy spritzer. It's perfect for outdoor gatherings and kicking back on the porch.
This refreshing, citrusy drink goes from kitchen to cooler with ease.
Sipping on this sweet, juicy libation on a game day is absolute bliss. For a finishing touch, serve it over ice in a mason