12 Non-Alcoholic Fourth of July Drinks
Outdoor Fourth of July parties call for cold, refreshing beverages. These tasty, non-alcoholic drinks are for all ages to enjoy and pair well with burgers, barbecue, and sweltering afternoon temperatures. Beat the Southern summer heat with a colorful big-batch punch or easy-to-make tropical mocktail. Mix up a pitcher of Classic Southern Sweet Tea, or whip out the blender for a slushy treat like Frozen Strawberry Lemonade. Round out your Independence Day celebration with festive, no-fuss appetizers and patriotic cakes.
Lemonade Iced Tea
Recipe: Lemonade Iced Tea
What better way to cool off than with this fresh take on an Arnold Palmer?
Governor's Mansion Summer Peach Tea Punch
Stop by the farmers’ market to pick up the ripest peaches for garnishing this elegant sweet tea.
Recipe: Southern Breeze
Serve this tropical drink at a poolside celebration, and dress it up with a fun paper cocktail umbrella.
Sparkling Cherry Limeade
Recipe: Sparkling Cherry Limeade
Salt the rim of this margarita-inspired mocktail, and top it with a few maraschino cherries.
Recipe: Lemon-Mint Sparklers
Prep for your party ahead of time by making the Lemon-Mint syrup a few days in advance and chilling until it’s ready to use.
Recipe: Fruity Floats
Pour a favorite fruit-flavored soda over vanilla ice cream for a post-barbecue treat.
Frozen Strawberry Lemonade
Recipe: Frozen Strawberry Lemonade
You’ll want to enjoy this cool, slushy treat all summer long. For best results, we use frozen, sugared strawberries and add a teaspoon of lemon zest for brighter flavor. Watch this video for step-by-step instruction.
Homemade Orange Soda
Recipe: Homemade Orange Soda
The only ingredients you’ll need for this fizzy homemade drink are orange juice and lemon-lime soda.
Iced Hibiscus Sweet Tea
Recipe: Iced Hibiscus Sweet Tea
Guests will be asking for refills of this fruity, refreshing twist on traditional sweet tea.
Buffalo Rock Float
Watch the Video: Buffalo Rock Float
Enjoy the Fourth of July fireworks show with a rich and creamy treat that uses one of our all-time favorite soft drinks: Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale.
Classic Sweet Tea
Watch the Video: Classic Southern Sweet Tea
No party is complete without this iconic Southern staple. Watch our how-to video for step-by-step instructions on how to make our crowd-pleasing, best-ever sweet tea recipe.