Super Bowl Cocktails For Your Guests

by Lauren Scrudato

Alcohol is a staple in any quality Super Bowl party, but instead of simply offering a selection of cheap beer and wine, impress your guests with homemade Super Bowl cocktails like the ones we’ve listed below. (There’s even a non-alcoholic treat for designated drivers.) Also, be sure to check out Healthy Hoboken Girl’s Chili recipe.

1. Gridiron Punch, recipe makes 6 servings
orange-lime-and-lemon-slices-isolated-lee-avisonWhat you need:

6 bottles of lighter beer

2 half-cups pineapple juice
12 ounces lemon-lime soda
Lemon, lime, and orange for garnish

There’s no way to mess this drink up. Simply pour all ingredients together, stir and keep chilled!

2. Luchador, makes 1 serving
Pitstop-The-Hop-e1357286481627If you plan on serving some Mexican cuisine, this drink will be a perfect match.

What you need:
A 12-ounce can or bottle of a pilsner-style Mexican beer
2 ounces Clamato juice

1 ounce lime juice

3 dashes hot sauce

Pinch of cumin seeds

Pinch of ground black pepper

Pinch of kosher salt

Ice and a frosted mug

Cocktail shaker

What to do:
Pour beer into the frosted mug

Combine the rest of the ingredients in a cocktail shaker that’s filled halfway with ice. Shake well, strain over the beer, stir, and serve.

3. Nonalcoholic Option – Raspberry Frost Soda, makes 24 servings

What you need:
1 64 ounce bottle of cranberry juice, chilled

2 half-gallon containers of raspberry sherbet

3 1-liter bottles of ginger ale, chilled

24 short, but wide glasses.

What to do:
Pour 1/4 cup cranberry juice in each of the 24 glasses.
Place 1 scoop, or about a ½ cup of sherbet in each glass.
Fill with ginger ale.

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Lauren is a writer and blogger for The Digest. A lifelong Sussex County resident, Lauren has adventured out of the sticks of northwest New Jersey to join The Digest team. When she is not commuting in rush hour traffic, she is typically frolicking outdoors or cheering on the Yankees.

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