Before we know it, the Kentucky Derby will be upon us . In celebration of its iconic mint julep, here are two recipes that provide a twist on this classic cocktail.
It’s that time of year again, that time when we share some great cocktails to ensure your Super Bowl party is enjoyable. So here are three classic New Orleans cocktail recipes and two others that are worth your while.
This week’s MNF game features a putrid matchup between the 2-8 Panthers and the 3-7 Eagles. It will take copious amounts of alcohol just to make it through the game, so we have that advantage going in.
We’ve found these three delicious mixed drink recipes that are sure to make your next gathering a hit, whether it’s a sporting event or a party. Plus, they’re sure to knock any inkling of Scrooge right out of you.
This week the action moves to Pittsburgh, as the surging Steelers take on the ailing Chiefs. We need something to make this game interesting, and the only two surefire things that can do that are gambling and drinking. And only one of those is legal in the entire U.S.A.
I think the Arizona Cardinals are in for a long night tonight against the 49ers, but I think there will be plenty of drinks to be had if you follow these simple rules.
For this week’s MNF Drinking Game, we talk about the roller coaster ride that is Jay Cutler, and the awesomeness that is Megatron, and we also look back at Week 6 to see how we fared in our quest to get drunk while enjoying some football.
I’ll do my best to recap the unprecedented carnage from Week 5 before looking ahead to tonight’s game between Peyton Manning’s Broncos and Philip Rivers’ Chargers.
I’m unreasonably excited for this week’s drinking game. Houston is undefeated and looks like a legitimate Super Bowl contender. And the Jets are stuck in such a state of suckiness that this drinking game could become an out-and-out catastrophe inside of 10 minutes.
What is the best way to enjoy tonight’s MNF tilt between the Bears and Cowboys? With these drinking guidelines from Keith Mullett, of course.
It’s Monday, so you know what that means: MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL DRINKING GAME! Thanks for joining us again for the most ridiculous game in sports. Let’s take a quick look at last week’s drinking action for the Packers-Seahawks battle tonight in Seattle.
Liven up your MNF viewing experience with the sensation that’s sweeping the nation: Keith Mullett’s Monday Night Football Drinking game. You’ll be waiting on pins and needles for the next “National Football League” reference.
Keith has created a drinking game to be played during Monday night’s NFL doubleheader (Bengals vs. Ravens and Chargers vs. Raiders), and he promises that by following it you’ll have a blast no matter how the actual game turns out.
The concept of the tailgate is simple: show up, cook food, drink beer, then head into game. That’s not exactly how it works in Wisconsin though. From my experience, there are five key areas crucial to a baseball tailgate, and if one of these areas is lacking not only your afternoon but the season of the team you are cheering for can fall apart as well.
Last night, our good friends at Captain Morgan invited us out for the Dallas tasting of their newest rum product: Captain Morgan Black. Here are a few lessons, tips, and other nuggets I learned during what turned out to be a most enjoyable evening.