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 your drinks.
- Recipe: Cajun Lemonade
If you like a bolder flavor, use a dark beer. For a fun twist, serve it in 16-oz. mason jars.
- Recipe: Beer 'Garitas
This drink is great to serve to a crowd. The club soda keeps the punch from tasting too sweet.
- Recipe: Berry-Colada Punch
- Recipe: Tequila Mojitos
These may be made up to a day ahead. Keep tightly covered with plastic wrap, and garnish just before serving.
- Recipe: Mimosa Gelée
Try replacing Miller or Bud with a Woodchuck Cider for an even more refreshing result.
- Recipe: Raspberry Beer Cocktail
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.
- Recipe: Kane's Peppery Bloody Mary
- Recipe: Sangría
Make a simple adults-only float using vanilla ice cream, creamy porter or stout, and a flavorful garnish of fresh raspberries and mint sprigs.
- Recipe: Porter Float
- Recipe: Pink Lemonade Cocktail
- Recipe: Barbecue Bloody Mary
Bourbon and apple are perfect teammates in this thoroughly Southern concoction.
- Recipe: Apple Pie-Bourbon Sweet Tea
- Recipe: Brewmosa
You'll want to make a whole batch of this citrusy spritzer. It's perfect for outdoor gatherings and kicking back on the porch.
- Recipe: Grapefruit Tequila Fizz
This refreshing, citrusy drink goes from kitchen to cooler with ease.
- Recipe: Apple, Lemon, and Gin Shandy
Sipping on this sweet, juicy libation on a game day is absolute bliss. For a finishing touch, serve it over ice in a mason jar.
Recipe: Homemade Cherry Soda