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Game Day Drinks That Can’t Lose
The football season is just about over, which means it’s time to celebrate the National Football League 52nd Super Bowl Championship. Once again, it’s defending champs with Tom Brady and The New England Patriots up against the underdog Philadelphia Eagles.
So, whether you’re hosting a party or getting invited to one, I’m sure it will be fun and exciting, with plenty of great food, friends, and cool commercials. Don’t forget the halftime show with Justin Timberlake! That’s pretty much the reason I watch the game 😊
Super Bowl wouldn’t be Super party without your favorite cold brew or cocktail. Here are a couple of drink ideas to get your party started.
Fourth Quarter Party Punch
¼ cup Campari
¼ cup Gin
¼ cup orange juice
¼ cup IPA beer
1 orange sliced for garnish.
In a glass pitcher, combine ice, Campari, gin, and orange juice. Stir, and then pour the IPA over the top. Serve immediately.
1 lime cut into 8 wedges
¼ cup coarse salt
½ cup limeade
½ cup Tequila
In a blender, combine ice, beer, limeade and tequila. Rub the lime wedges around the rims of four margarita glasses and dip rims into the salt. Pour the mixture into the glass and garnish with the remaining lime wedges.
Founders All Day IPA 15 Pack
Super Bowl wouldn’t be Super Bowl without a nice refreshing cold brew. Why not try a 15-pack of Founders All Day IPA brewed right here in Michigan? This beer is brewed with complexity, and it is well-balanced, not too heavy, clean, fresh and full of flavor. You could drink this all day.
Have fun, and please be safe!
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