7 New Versions of Beer Pong By Mike Trapp American Revolution Pong Image: Overhead shot of a table. One side has 9 cups in a line, the other has 5 scattered all over their half of the table. Rules: 1.
Stocking a bar is a difficult task. Stocking a bar for $100 is even more difficult. Let's take a look at three different methods for gearing up your liquor cabinet for parties of various sizes on the cheap. Photo by this_could_be_my_house . Note: Now is a good time to remind everyone of the dangers of alcohol. College is definitely a time to make mistakes, but please—for the love of God—do so safely.
10 Best Sexual Drinking Games Some of the best sexual drinking games can be done either in an intimate setting with only you and your girlfriend or you can make it a party and have multiple people. The ten most commonly played sexual drinking games are: Nine cans of beer or the floor. In this game you will need about nine cans of beer per person, (NOTE: not everyone will finish this game) a shot glass and a time keeper. Every minute for 100 minutes you take a shot of beer.
Here is one way to make your next party a smashing success. It’s called Aurora and is TCCs black light phosphorescent take on jungle-juice… it’s pink under regular light, but glows blue under black light. I can see it now… Doctor, I’m peeing rainbows. Originally conceived in 2006, it is a drink that is pink in natural light, but glows aqua-marine in black-light. Thus, it represents the two main colors of the aurora-borealis. So, without further ado here is the recipe.
Ingredients 1 tsp Absinthe 1/2 tsp superfine sugar 2 dashes Peychaud® bitters 1 tsp water 2 oz bourbon whiskey 1 twist lemon peel Pour absinthe into a glass and swirl around to coat the glass; discard any excess. Place the sugar, peychaud bitters, and water into the glass and muddle with the back of a teaspoon. Almost fill the glass with ice cubes. Pour the bourbon over the ice cubes, add a twist of lemon peel, and serve.
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Mark Twain once said, “too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.” It’s been brought to my attention that a lot of guys out there aren’t aware of what whiskey (or as I like to call it, “writer’s blood”) actually is. This entry will serve to educate those men out there who, for some reason, just can’t put down that warm can of Coors Light. It’s time to man up and class up.
40. Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Ale: 330 calories, 32 g carbohydrates, 9.6% alcohol
F or centuries, if you asked a restaurant server in any mid-range to upscale American eatery what drink to pair with a certain dish, he'd bring over the sommelier and a wine bottle negotiation would ensue. But in the last five years, there's been a paradigm shift: Beer has made it onto the menu as more than an afterthought. Beverage directors, chefs, and even wine lovers have learned that beer has an amazing capacity to pair with all kinds of foods.
Beer gift baskets are wonderful for celebrating almost anything – a win in THE important game, a promotion, birthday, or Father’s Day. Around The World Beer Bucket - 6 or 12 Beers At GourmetGiftBaskets.com
I told you guys that I'm wasting a lot of time nowadays looking at pretty pictures and interesting ideas on Pinterest. I already have a bunch of different boards for all kinds of stuff - be it food or interior design. But I especially liked the idea of someone making up Harry Potter related drinks.
Transcript I will show you how to open a regular beer, not with a screw top or anything, with one of dear President's $1 bill. I am going to open a beer with a $1 bill.
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