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Any Super Bowl will be a win with this cocktail

The Basil Hayden End Zone cocktail.

Yep, you should celebrate your team making a touchdown with some Basil Hayden bourbon. Part shandy, part bourbon — any Super Bowl will be a win with this cocktail.


  • 12 parts Basil Hayden’s® Bourbon
  • 36 parts light beer
  • 12 parts frozen lemonade concentrate
  • 12 lemon wedges


Combine all ingredients, chill, and enjoy!

Nutritional Facts


Calories Per Serving603

Folate equivalent (total)65µg16%

Riboflavin (B2)0.3mg15.8%

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20 Cocktail Recipes to Make at Your Super Bowl Party

These spirited cocktails are delicious from beginning to end zone.

Super Bowl parties are a great excuse to enjoy great drinks and greasy food with good friends&ndash but if you're looking to mix things up try adding a special Super Bowl cocktail to the menu. Any of these sophisticated Super Bowl cocktail recipes are sure to elevate your watch-party, whether your team wins or loses.

1.5 oz Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin
2 oz tomato juice
.75 oz lemon juice
1 oz hot sauce
.5 oz Worcestershire sauce
salt and pepper

Combine all ingredients in a large glass. Add ice and stir to chill. Garnish with a celery stalk, lemon wedge, salt and fresh cracked pepper.

10 parts Hornitos Plata Tequila
24 parts fresh lemonade
12 parts Mexican lager
2 parts fresh lime juice

Combine all ingredients in a pitcher with ice and stir.

2 oz The Botanist Gin
.5 oz blood orange puree
.5 oz lemon juice
.5 oz simple syrup
3 oz prosecco

Combine ingredients in a shaker. Shake and strain into a champagne flute. Garnish with a lemon.

From W New York-Times Square

1.5 oz Knappogue Castle Irish Whiskey
.25 oz rich Demerara syrup
5 oz hot coffee
A pinch of salt
3 cardamom pods
5-6 oz heavy cream
2 tbsp white sugar
Zest from an orange
2 dashes of orange bitters

Muddle the cardamom pods in the bottom of a pre-heated Irish coffee glass. Add whiskey, Demerara syrup, hot coffee, and salt and stir together. Combine the heavy cream, sugar, orange zest, and bitters and whip together until the mixture is thick, but still pourable. Float cream over the top of the drink by pouring gently over the back of a spoon. Add an additional garnish, if you like, of a lightly toasted marshmallow.

By Joaquín Simó at Pouring Ribbons.

1 oz contratto
0.5 oz sweet vermouth
0.5 oz dry vermouth
1 can of tecate

Add contralto and the sweet and dry vermouth to an ice-filled highball glass. Top with tecate and garnish with an orange wheel.

By Ivy Mix at DIEGO at the PUBLIC Hotel

2 oz of dark rum
3 oz ginger beer
3 oz Fountain Hard Lime
.5 oz simple syrup
1 lime

Combine ginger beer & Fountain Hard Lime in a Collins glass. Add enough ice to leave a 2&rdquo gap at the top of the glass. Float simple syrup and dark rum on top for color gradation. Garnish with a lime wedge.

3 drops vanilla bean extract
Bar spoon of Maille Mustard
2 oz El Peloton mezcal
.5 oz lemon juice
.75 oz agave nectar
.75 oz egg white
Peychaud's Bitters swirl (for garnish)
Star anise

Put ingredients into shaker in this order: vanilla bean extract, bar spoon of mustard, lemon juice, agave, mezcal. Dry shake. Open up shaker and add ice. Double strain into a martini glass. Add a couple dashes of peychaud bitters and place star anise on top.

1 oz The Bitter Truth Pink Gin
1 oz The Bitter Truth Elderflower Liqueur
1-2 dashes The Bitter Truth Cucumber Bitters

Pour gin, elderflower liqueur and cucumber bitters into a long drink glass filled with ice and stir. Fill up with tonic water and stir again. Garnish with lemon wheel, cucumber slice, and mint sprig.

By Alexander Hauck and Stephan Berg at The Bitter Truth

2 oz rum
1 oz lime juice
1 oz cucumber juice
1 oz mint syrup

Combine ingredients in a long glass. Add ice and garnish with nigella seeds.

2 strawberries (save some for garnish)
.5 oz orange juice
.5 oz simple syrup
2 oz Absolut Elyx vodka
Splash of champagne of your choosing

Muddle strawberry in tin, add all ingredients except champagne, shake and strain into chilled coupe. Then top with champagne and garnish with half a strawberry.

2 oz Olmeca Altos Blanco tequila
.75 oz agave nectar
.75 oz lime juice

Combine ingredients in shaker. Shake and strain over ice into a rocks glass. Garnish with a lime wheel and black salt.

1 oz Mezcal
1 oz Zirbenz Pine Liqueur
.5 oz lime juice
Ginger beer

Combine in a glass with ice. Fill the rest with ginger beer and garnish with a lime wedge and fresh rosemary.

1.5 oz Gamle Ode Celebration Aquavit
.5 oz honey syrup
.5 oz Kronan Swedish Punsch
.5 oz lemon juice
.25 oz grapefruit juice
1 eyedropper Bittercube Bolivar Bitters

Combine in order of ingredients listed. Stir and garnish with rosemary.

24 oz Aviation American Gin
64 oz Maison Marcel Sparkling Rosé Wine
12 oz Aperol

In a pitcher, combine gin and Aperol. Stir. When ready to serve, add chilled sparkling rosé wine, and stir again gently. Garnish with fresh cranberries.

1.5 oz Don Julio Reposado Tequila
1 oz yellow chartreuse
.75 oz local honey syrup
.75 oz lime juice
1 oz pineapple juice

Build ingredients in a shaker tin. Aggressively shake. Hawthorne strain into a rocks glass and add ice. Garnish with a lime peel and mild chili threads.

1.5 parts Grey Goose Vodka
1 part St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur
.5 part freshly squeezed lime (approximately half a lime)
3 wedges of fresh lime
2 parts chilled soda water

Build in an oversized cabernet wine glass with lots of ice.
Add Grey Goose Vodka and St-Germain. Then squeeze fresh lime and discard. Top with chilled soda water. Stir and garnish with fresh lime wedges and a Grey Goose stirrer.

2 oz Campari
1 oz tequila blanco
1 oz pineapple juice
.5 oz lemon juice
.5 oz simple syrup

Shake ingredients with ice and pour into a tall tumbler glass. Garnish with a pineapple slice, pineapple leaf, and a wild berry.

2 oz white rum
.5 oz lime juice
.75 passionfruit juice
Gosling's Black Seal rum float

Combine ingredients in shaker. Serve over ice. Top with Gosling's float and garnish with lime.

5 parts local IPA beer
2 parts Coopers' Craft Bourbon
.25 part fresh lemon juice
.25 demerara syrup
Dash of Hellfire Habanero Shrub

Combine all ingredients and serve in a pint glass or beer mug. Garnish with lemon.

2 oz Teremana Reposado
1 oz lemon juice
.5 oz cloudy apple juice
.25 oz maple syrup
1 tsp Kansas City Style BBQ Sauce

Combine all ingredients in a share with ice. Shake and strain into a double old fashioned glass. Garnish with lemon wheel, apple fan & cracked pepper.

Observations from the end zone, Cocktail Party edition

Georgia got back to being Georgia in the second half of the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party on Saturday, and that was more than enough to brush aside Florida, 36-17, and remain in the national title hunt.

The Bulldogs had two weeks to ponder an ugly loss at Louisiana State, two weeks to consider how their wiggle room in chasing a second consecutive playoff berth was gone. Then, on Saturday, they had a little more than a half of Florida hanging around. The Gators even snagged a 14-13 lead on the first possession of the third quarter.

And from there? Running back D’Andre Swift had six carries for 66 yards and a touchdown. Quarterback Jake Fromm was 9 of 13 for 143 yards and two scores. The Bulldog defense surrendered just four more first downs and allowed the Gators to run just four more plays inside Georgia territory.

“Georgia got back to being Georgia” is as good a summary of the game as anything I could come up with. The Dawgs may not have been perfect — okay, they were far from perfect — but if this season has demonstrated anything, it’s that they have the recipe to play a winning hand against any conference foe not named Alabama: stick with a bruising running game, even if it doesn’t pay off in the early going, pop a few big plays and play bend but not break defense.

That’s exactly what they did to dispatch the Gators. By nineteen points. I’ll take that all day long.

  • Actually, the bruising running game did pay off in the short run. Georgia ran the ball effectively on its first series, and even if it did eventually sputter and result in a field goal, it forced Grantham to dial up run blitz after run blitz to slow down Holyfield and Swift. It took a little while for the Dawgs to adjust, but eventually they did make Florida’s defense pay for that.
  • Swift still doesn’t look 100% to me, but, damned if he didn’t pull off two of his niftiest runs of the season. He’s not running at full speed, but his cutting ability is back and he used that to big success. Great time for the first 100-yard game of his career.
  • Holyfield bore the brunt of Grantham’s scheming to clog the middle, but still managed over seventy yards on twenty tough carries. He was stout.
  • I’m still trying to wrap my brain around watching four straight completions to Isaac Nauta. That did happen, right?
  • Big catch by Charlie Woerner, too, but it’s worth noting that he’s found his legs again blocking.
  • I heard some complaining about the offensive line after the game, largely because of the failure to punch it in from the one-yard line, but that aside, I thought the unit turned in a decent game. Fromm was only sacked once, on a linebacker blitz that came clean up the middle, but for most of the day, he had time to throw. The line may not have consistently overpowered the Gators defensive front on the run, but some of that was due to Grantham overloading the box with run blitzes. Where the line was most effective in response to that was cracking open running lanes that Swift in particular was good at exploiting, as he did on his touchdown run. (Gaillard really manned up on that play.) With the constant run blitzes, there was space on the second level when the backs reached it.
  • Andrew Thomas played a really gutty game. Really gutty.
  • Georgia may have found its big possession receiver in Jeremiah Holloman, who responded nicely in being awarded his first start.
  • I don’t feel like I mention Riley Ridley enough, sometimes. He may be Georgia’s best route runner and he’s an excellent, consistent downfield blocker.
  • I’ve already posted a couple of things about Fromm’s day, but he really did impress. We’ve talked about how the team needed to step up and play a full sixty minutes well, Jake sure did.
  • As the Post quote indicated, the defense finally took control of the game late, but, while the secondary wasn’t challenged much, the front seven had issues early on with Florida’s running game. The line didn’t do much to stuff the Gators’ offensive line, which meant the inside linebackers were often taking the brunt of bigger linemen getting to the second level and finishing. That was bad enough, but made worse by some subpar tackling. Jordan Scarlett broke what looked like five tackles on his run that set up Florida’s first touchdown.
  • That wasn’t the only mechanical issue of concern. Early on, Georgia’s front seven struggled with contain. (Hey, there, Brendan Cox.) There were several plays were linemen and ILBs ran themselves out of position. Patrick had one nice tackle, but really seemed to struggle in that regard.
  • Jordan Davis is going to be a player with a little time. I’m starting to feel that way also about Tae Crowder, who turned in an excellent second half.
  • My favorite defensive play of the day was turned in by D’Andre Walker, who (I think) came in late, was still running to his position when the ball was snapped and was bailed out when Florida ran the play right to where his momentum was taking him. He didn’t miss his tackle.
  • Speaking of which, I was a little surprised Florida didn’t do more with pace after seeing what LSU did with it to disrupt Georgia’s defense.
  • Admittedly, Felipe Franks is far from an elite quarterback, but for the most part Georgia’s secondary did well limiting the Florida passing attack. (It didn’t hurt that Franks overthrew a wide open receiver on the first play of the game, a flea flicker that was Dan Mullen’s nifty tribute to the way Georgia opened last year’s Mississippi State game.)
  • Reed was the defender on that play, along with Franks’ 36-yard scoring toss. Both times he appeared to be a step slow, probably because he was keeping an eye on the run.
  • LeCounte bounced back to play a solid game. I just wish he had broken a split second sooner on that TD throw he just missed tipping it.
  • Everybody throws at Deandre Baker. Once.
  • Tyson Campbell busts ass, although there’s certainly room for improvement. (That’s not a knock on a true freshman.) His pass interference call was one of the smarter penalties Georgia’s taken this year, though, as that was six if he lets it go.
  • Tyrique McGhee turned in a solid game, although admittedly he was the recipient of one of the worst passes I’ve seen on his interception.
  • Special teams were, once again, a mixed bag. Rodrigo was almost perfect on the day, but on the one kickoff it appeared he didn’t hit solidly, Florida got a big return on a play where Georgia’s downfield players appeared almost lackadaisical in coverage. Camarda started with a couple of weak punts, but, boy, did he recover with two big ones. Hardman turned in a few good returns.
  • One underrated, but very smart play: Herrien’s decision to fair catch the pooched kickoff from the Florida 45.
  • Chaney got some criticism and no doubt some of it was certainly merited. Playing Mongo ball on the one-yard line was an act of futile stubbornness, and for two reasons: one, it played right into Grantham’s natural tendency to sell out and, two, Georgia had done well in short yardage situations earlier in the game running out of its regular formations. Also, if they can’t do any better running the jet sweep, it’s time to junk it. Saturday marked another game where the defense appeared to be ready for it, so there’s something either in the formation or the personnel group that’s tipping things off.
  • On the other hand, Chaney won the chess match with Grantham. The early success on the ground forced Florida to jigger things and while it took a couple of series to figure things out, Georgia, with the final possession of the first half, started finding the holes in the defense and continually exploited them for the rest of the game. Georgia scored 39 points, gained over 400 yards, won the time of possession battle (a bigger deal, since both teams wanted to dominate in the run game) and first downs. In my book, that’s a good day.
  • Mel Tucker did what Mel Tucker wants to do with what he’s got. Maybe I’m mistaken, but I think Florida only managed one play over twenty yards on the day. Tucker made Florida work for everything it got and forced the Gators to execute in order to score. That’s a good bet with Franks’ shortcomings. Tucker was rewarded with three turnovers. I’ll take that, too.
  • Kirby’s day wasn’t perfect, either — why not use one of the two timeouts available when Georgia stopped Florida and forced a punt with about a minute to go in the first half? — but it was certainly good enough. Unlike LSU, he took the points that were available. His call to punt the ball in the third quarter inside Florida territory led to some grumbling in the stands, but was vindicated with a perfect punt from Camarda and a forced turnover at the Florida one.
  • More importantly, he had his team ready to bounce back after a disappointing loss, facing a ton of noise from the media and his own fan base. And they proved to be resilient. They answered Florida taking the lead in the third quarter by taking it right back. They could have deflated after failing to punch it in from the one. Instead, they forced the Gators to settle for a field goal in return and scored two touchdowns while not allowing Florida to cross midfield for the rest of the game.

In the end, it was Florida settling for the moral victory while Georgia left Jacksonville with the real thing.

The Dawgs beat a bitter rival by nineteen points and didn’t play their best. Which is why I’ll let Jake Fromm have the last word, seeing as he certainly earned it.

“Teams are getting better,” Georgia quarterback Fromm said Saturday night. “We still haven’t played our best football yet, either. We still have that in the back of our heads. When we play our best game, it’s going to be scary.”

The End Zone Cocktail - Recipes

Tonight on the season finale of Bar Rescue, Jon Taffer and crew are in Houston, Texas to try to rescue End Zone Sports Bar and Grill. The bar and the kitchen in the End Zone is filthy and the beer they are serving the customers is sour. The bar is owned by two "muscle-bound meatheads" who get in a fight with each other during the recon. Two other female employees also get into a fight while the bar is under surveillance. Despite all of the fighting, Jon Taffer still goes through with the rescue and makes over the bar.

During the Bar Rescue makeover, End Zone Sports Bar and Grill was renamed to Houston Sports Hub, and they seem to have kept the name. Let's take a look at some information, reviews, and updates for Houston Sports Hub since Bar Rescue came and made all of the changes to the bar:

  • "This is the first bar I have been to where I feel welcomed, and at home. I guess you can say "My home away from home." During the day time you have lots of regulars, from business men to veterans. During the Houston Texans daytime games I would bring my family and have a blast."
  • "When I first walked in I liked the interior. Cool clean sports concept. I looked over the new bar and food menus. Over the course of the night I ordered the Texan Truce and Shasta Shot. All I could taste was the lemon juice it was very sour and unbalanced. I also ordered the Astro Tea which was very good. Some of the bartenders drank behind the bar. The bathroom also needed some attention and the soap dispenser was broken. I probably won't be coming back based on the lack of commitment I saw by management not maintaining the standards set by Jon Taffer."
  • "Pros: cheap drinks, no cops, karaoke, ok food, (free) parking lot, easily accessible/ok for neighborhood bar, IF you're friends with management, they take care of you. Cons: no good wine :(, no dance floor, trashy clientele, many of which snorting coke on patio and/or inside bar, not enough wait staff, bar owners have too much control/are on-site entirely too often (led to decline in loyal regulars), ice tastes funny, dirty hole-in-wall atmosphere, even after the remodel, floozy, inattentive bartenders, remodel (courtesy of "Bar Rescue") was complete waste only difference now is the name (Houston Sports Hub) and the superfluous/non-functional interior decorations to make the bar appear more "sporty"
  • The Bar Rescue makeover happened in January 2014
  • Here are 2 preview videos of the episode on the Spike TV website that have both of the fights.
  • Jon Taffer will be live tweeting during the episode and answering questions with the #TafferTalk hash tag.
  • Here is the old End Zone Sports Bar Facebook Page, the new Houston Sports Hub Facebook Page, and website with menu.
  • Here are the Facebook pages of Justin (owner), Dana (Justin's wife), Shawn (owner), Stephanie (Shawn's wife - Fights Taylor) Taylor (bartender) Samantha (bartender), and Kiana (bartender)
  • Taylor and Stephanie are Facebook friends.
  • Shawn seems to be embarrassed about his appearance on the show, and has commented on multiple posts saying he is "not happy" about it.
  • Shawn has had some MMA fights and has a 2-4 record with 4 straight losses. (Link)
  • The owner Justin was a male stripper and has wrote multiple books (found here) about being a stripper. Him and his wife are also on a few erotic book covers such as this one (pictured right)
  • The Houston Sports Hub Tax receipts submitted to the state of Texas - Before Bar Rescue - August 2013 - $9704.52, September 2013 - $8862.98, October 2013 - $8793.12, November 2013 - $7897.68, December 2013 - $6953.94, After Bar Rescue - January 2014 - $3168.69, February 2014 - $3228.39, and March 2014 - $4005.99. So it looks like business went down according to receipts and business wasn't bad before the Bar Rescue visit.
  • In July of 2013, Justin posted on his Facebook page - "Bar rescue just called my bar. Should I or shouldn't I?" Most people said to do it, and when someone asked "Do you need it?", Justin responded "No, but a free new bar and all the advertisement is hard to pass up" So it looks like Bar Rescue contacted the bar to be on the show, rather than the bar applying to be on the show. This seems to be the case for the upcoming season, and I will probably do a post about that soon.
  • Justin has left six different 5-star reviews for his own bar on Yelp and seems to stress the fact that there are "hot girls" on his staff in all of his reviews. (Link)

Judging by the comments Justin made about Bar Rescue calling his bar, and the tax receipts submitted for the bar, it looks like this was not a struggling bar in need of a rescue. Also, it doesn't seem like people are too impressed with the Bar Rescue upgrades and it is still the same bar with just a different name.

UPDATE - Someone posted a comment clarifying the tax receipts, stating: "Before Jan 1st of 2014, bar owners were require to pay a Gross Receipts Tax of 14%. On the Jan 1st of 2014 the law changed. The new requirements lowered The Gross Receipts Tax to 6.7%. However owners are now required to collect A Mixed Beverage Sales Tax of 8.25%. The difference is that the "Sales Tax" is now just passed on to the consumer where as before it was included in the price of a drink. Owners caught a break and the consumers are getting the short end of the stick. Most customers never noticed the change. Based on the Gross Receipts Tax paid, the alcohol sales for Oct 2013-$62,808 Nov 2013-$56,412 Dec 2013-$49,665.29 Jan 2014-$47,293 Feb 2014-$48,184 Mar 2014-$59,790. These are alcohol sales only and include no food sales."

Also, Justin had some quotes in the Houston Chronicle, and said: "It was a great experience. I wouldn't do it again, though, because I don't like being yelled at. The yelling wasn't so bad. It was the stress." He also said Jon Taffer is a really nice guy and they kept all of the changes he made.

UPDATE - Apparently Shawn is no longer a co-owner at the bar, and Justin is running the bar on his own.

UPDATE - Justin no longer owns End Zone, but he actually bought another Bar Rescue bar - The Wildcatter Saloon.

*To see how all of the bars from Bar Rescue are doing, go to the Bar Rescue Update page, and also Like us on Facebook or Follow Us on Twitter to stay up to date with all things involving Bar Rescue.

20+ Boozy Super Bowl Drinks to Get the Party Started

We've got creative recipes for everything from Jell-O shots to sangria.

Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest day of the year for football. And when you think about it, it's also the biggest day of the year for game-day grub. Chicken wings. Chips and dip. Tacos. Does it get any better than that? We say, "no." But in addition to your spread of Super Bowl food, you'll also want to provide some incredible Super Bowl drinks. Sure, a 30-rack of beer could do the trick, but a creative cocktail will elevate your evening.

To help you celebrate the end of the football season, we've found the best Super Bowl drinks any amateur mixologist can make. From cute Jell-O shots that are shaped like beer pints to spicy sangrias in unexpected flavors, these game-day drinks will ensure you have the most enviable home bar on the block. Don't want to spend the entire night mixing cocktails? Have no fear. We've included tons of options you can mix in advance &mdash recipes for punches, sangrias, and Jell-O shots &mdash which means you'll only have to get off the couch to grab another round. Because on Super Bowl Sunday, you don't want to miss a second of fun (or miss a second of your group's Super Bowl party games).

Espress Ya’self

“I really don't enjoy the bitterness you get from espresso, or even coffee for that matter,” says Baker. “With this recipe, I can control the level of bitterness in the cocktail.” He swaps out bitter espresso for flavorful cold-brew coffee and the typical Kahlúa for more intense cold-brew liqueur and adds vanilla extract and chocolate bitters instead of relying on those notes from the brew. Agave spirits form the drink’s base rather than the usual vodka, and agave nectar takes the place of simple syrup. The unexpected addition of firewater bitters throws the drink’s flavors in an entirely new direction, while the final touch is edible glitter in the colors of the pan-African flag.

“In the end, you'll have a smoother full-bodied Espresso Martini-esque cocktail with just hints of smoke, bitterness, chocolate, vanilla and spice” says Baker.

Baker admits the result of swapping most of the cocktail’s typical ingredients may throw some people off. “Because this cocktail doesn't have the typical ingredients of an Espresso Martini, people will probably take a look at this recipe and think it's going to be terrible,” he says. “But that's what I find so fun about creating cocktails: putting unusual ingredients together and making believers out of people.”

As for the drink’s name, Baker says it reflects him expressing himself through a cocktail, taking a standard and making it his own through the use of unexpected components. “I'm really excited for people to taste it, become a believer and consequently get inspired to step outside of the box and try something new,” he says. “Rather than following the typical cookie-cutter method of creating cocktails, I want them to be inspired to step outside of their comfort zone and imagine what kind of cocktail they would like to create and make it come to life.”

Paper Plane Cocktail

A refreshing exotic tasting cocktail with lemony, sweet and tart flavors, a kind of Whiskey Sour but smoother and fruitier.

  • Author:Eddie (Lisa's husband)
  • Prep Time: 5 min
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 2 cocktails 1 x
  • Category: Cocktail
  • Method: Shake
  • Cuisine: American


  • 3 ounces Amaro Nonino
  • 3 ounces Bourbon
  • 3 ounces Aperol
  • 3 ounces fresh lemon juice
  • Ice cubes
  • Thin wedges of orange to garnish (my favorite is blood orange)


Fill two 10-12-ounce tumblers with ice. Combine all ingredients in a shaker that&rsquos half filled with ice. Stir until extremely cold, about 15 seconds. Strain into tumblers. Garnish with citrus.

Keywords: paper plane cocktail recipe

Kansas City is home to lots of craft breweries including Boulevard. See where their beer is sold near you using Boulevard’s beer finder and bring a little bit of Kansas City to your Super Bowl party. I recommend Tank 7, but Boulevard has a calculator to find your perfect beer match if you want to find your one true Boulevard beer love.

Full disclosure: I live in Kansas City and. have never heard of this drink. However, the internet and a few local restaurant menus claim it is a Kansas City special. Midwestern grocer Hy-Vee recommends preparing it as follows: a shot of gin, a shot of vodka, a half-shot of lime juice, a half-shot of triple sec. Then, stop it off with your lemon-lime soda of choice. Garnish with a lime peel if you really want to impress your guests.

13 Awesome (and Massive!) College Tailgate Cocktails

You go all out on game day, so why settle for lukewarm beer? These spiked drinks can be made ahead in mason jars: Just twist on the lids and pack with ice in a cooler, and you've got impressive cocktails that won't interfere with your pregame rituals (body paint, grilling and bean-bag toss, natch). Pace yourselves&mdashthese drinks are enormous. Plus, try our best tailgate food ideas!

You wouldn't expect Jameson &mdash or any whiskey, for that matter &mdash to go so smoothly with lemonade, but together, the two pack one awesome punch, much like the Fightin' Irish.

Watch the video: The End Zone Cocktail Recipe How to Make Quick Cocktails World Class Drinks (August 2022).