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November 12, 2019

Simple Batch Mixed Drinks For Football Season

North American Precis Syndicate .

New York , NY .
Photo: NAPS

A big batch of mixed drinks can make the day at your game-watching party. (NAPS)

(NAPSI)—Football fans rejoice! It’s officially that time of year again, which means fans coming together to cheer on their favorite players, friendly debates over who drafted the best fantasy team, and, of course, epic tailgating parties. For those hosting a viewing party or tailgate this season, serving crowd—pleasing drinks for a large group can be a challenge-especially when looking beyond the requisite 12-pack. It’s the perfect time to consider this spirit as an easy alternative to traditional game day libations to add a little flavor and fun to your football fare. Furthermore, batch recipes take the hassle out of making individual drinks and are simple enough to create at home, on the go or in the stadium parking lot.

To help, the experts at New Amsterdam Vodka developed these batch mixed drink recipes to celebrate the football season and pair with any game day food essential. Whether it’s a brat, burger or wings, a refreshing and simple vodka drink can be a great complement to your favorite pregame snack and serving these batch style can score points with adults at your party, even those cheering for the opposing team.

Amsterdam Collins

Makes: 1 batch serving for 20 people

33 oz./1L bottle New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof

10 oz. Triple Sec

89 oz./(1) 2.63L bottle Lemonade

24 oz./2 cans either Club Soda or Lemon Lime Soda

That DAM 50/50

Makes: 1 batch serving for 20 people

33 oz./1L bottle New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof

66 oz./2L Apple Cider

66 oz./2L (approx. 6 cans) Ginger Beer

DAM Shandy

Makes: 1 batch serving for 20 people

33 oz./1L bottle New Amsterdam Vodka 80-Proof

66 oz./2L Lemonade

66 oz./2L (approx. 6 bottles or cans) Pilsner Beer of Choice

Mix together and serve these batch drinks in a large pitcher or punch bowl, with ice on the side.

Simplicity is key when it comes to making terrific batch vodka drinks. Whether you use the exact ingredients or want to improvise, here’s a simple rule of thumb: Start with 80-proof vodka, add a citrus or fruit juice and finish with a carbonated beverage. With these batch vodka recipes, you’ll conquer the tailgate and can guarantee at least one victory for the day—even if your team doesn’t score.

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