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30 Best Super Bowl Drinks for Game Day

Whether you’re hosting a large party or more of an intimate gathering, you’ll need these Super Bowl drinks.

Pair them with tasty dips and scrummy appetizers, and you’re all set.

Boozy Rum Dark and Stormy Cocktail with Lime
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I like to make themed drinks for game day. And that often means using team colors and fun decorations.

But really, you can whip up and serve any drink for a Super Bowl party.

The key is variety!

So, from boozy mixed drinks to fruity punch recipes and beer-filled sippers, these Super Bowl drinks are sure to please a crowd of football fans!

30 Easy Super Bowl Party Cocktail Recipes and Drink Ideas

1. Jungle Juice

If you’re hosting game day this year, this jungle juice is just what you need to serve a crowd. 

With both rum and vodka, you’ll definitely get a boozy kick. But it’s also fruity and sweet, thanks to the fresh fruit and juices. 

It’s super yummy, so sip slowly and enjoy the game! Too much of this cocktail could easily land you on the bench. 

2. Football Margarita

The football margarita is a simple and classic cocktail with the perfect amount of alcohol and yummy flavor. 

And you can’t beat it if you want something fun but low maintenance.

Featuring the usual margarita suspects – tequila, triple sec, and lime juice – it’s clean, simple, and super fresh.

The real star is the lime wedge cut to look like a football. It makes them totally Insta-worthy with just a couple of strokes of a knife.

Better yet, you can make a big batch of the drink and keep it in the fridge until you need it.

3. Rainbow Sherbet Punch

Rainbow sherbet punch is a treat that everybody can enjoy! 

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Full of pineapple juice, limeade, and pink lemonade concentrate, it’s super tart and refreshing. There’s also lemon-lime soda for a bubbly finish you’ll love.

Add fresh fruit and rainbow sherbet before serving, and it’s ideal for kids too!

Of course, if you want to keep this exclusive to the adults, you can always add your alcohol of choice. Fruity vodka is the best option!

4. CoronaRita Margarita Beer Cocktails

You’ve likely seen these CoronaRitas at restaurants, but now you can make them at home!

The key is to find glasses deep enough for the neck of the bottle. Otherwise, it’ll just fall out.

If you love margaritas and beer, this slushy margarita and Corona combo will leave you celebrating in the end zone. 

5. Honey Paloma

Honey Palomas are a sweet and sour twist on the margarita.

Made with grapefruit, tequila, and honey, they’re wonderfully sweet and tart with a stunning pink hue.

You’ll also include lime and club soda for a touch of bubbly fun. Though that’s optional if you prefer it smooth.

6. Fruity Vodka Party Punch

Need something quick and easy to serve with your Super Bowl spread? Try this vodka party punch.

Tart lemonade and sweet fruit punch combined with rum and vodka make this a drink that will keep the party going. 

And since it’s served in a punch bowl, it’s effortless on your end.

7. Beermosa (Beer Mimosa)

Love the idea of a CoronaRita but wish it had less strong booze? Try this unique Beermosa instead!

Simply replace the Champagne in your typical brunch mimosa with wheat beer for this game day favorite. 

How easy is that?

8. Moscow Mule Cocktail

I’ve talked about my love for Moscow mules before. Between the citrus and vodka, they’re such refreshing and delicious cocktails. 

Made with spicy ginger beer, vodka, and limes, the Moscow mule is easy to make and even easier to enjoy. 

It’s traditionally served in copper mugs, but don’t worry if you don’t have them – any glass will do. 

If your crowd isn’t into the super sweet drinks, this Moscow mule will be a hit!

9. Cranberry Jalapeño Margarita

Cranberry and jalapeño margaritas are a fabulous take on the classic.

With some insanely good flavors, this margarita is delicious, and the jalapeño provides a game winning kick!

Homemade cranberry juice is a must for these to keep them from being too sweet.

That said, the jalepeño simple syrup is a lovely compliment that keeps things balanced.

10. Brandy Slush

Brandy slush is a scrumptious cocktail you can share with guests or store in your freezer for a delightful pick-me-up. 

It’s a juicy, slushy, boozy tea that’ll keep you cool all day long. 

Once it’s frozen, scoop it into glasses and top it with lemon-lime soda. Easy, huh?

11. Classic Bloody Mary

Spicy, savory, and wonderfully acidic, the classic bloody Mary is a bit of a divider.

I know plenty of people that love them and even more that hate them. That said, they’re a super fun game day drink!

Top them with mini grilled cheese slices or sliders, and they’re sure to be a hit!

12. Limoncello Vodka Collins

Limoncello is a stunning Italian liquor that can be extra sour or a little creamy. Either way, it’s yummy in this vodka Collins recipe.

Use good vodka for this – I like Tito’s because it’s nice and smooth.

You’ll also need club soda for a few bubbles. It keeps it light, but it’s not mandatory.

Either way, making these tart cocktails for a crowd is easy-peasy, lemon squeezy!

13. Pomegranate Margarita

Here’s another twist on your favorite tequila cocktail.

Bright, bold, and fruity, this festive pomegranate margarita will definitely hit the spot during the halftime show. 

Pomegranate juice and seeds combined with tart lime juice, orange liquor, and tequila make one helluva beverage.

In fact, it’s so good, I bet it’ll be top of your holiday cocktail list too!

14. Classic Mint Julep

If you’ve ever been to the Kentucky Derby, you’ll know how delectable the classic mint julep is.

It’s sweet and refreshing, with beautiful flavors of mint and bourbon. 

But don’t just save it for the races! It’s just as tasty on game day.

15. Classic Whiskey Sour

Whiskey sours are a lovely cocktail for any occasion.

They’re a little more sophisticated than the usual football-watching lineup, but they’re too good for football fans to resist. 

This recipe also has an option to turn it into a ginger whiskey sour. Either way you shake it, this cocktail is a whiskey lover’s dream. 

Mint Grapefruit Mimosa

16. Mint Grapefruit Mimosas

Want something crisp, tart, and refreshing? Try this simple mint and grapefruit mimosa!

You’ll make a quick syrup with honey and mint, which I suggest whipping up the day before so it can cool.

You’ll love the light sweetness with the almost sour grapefruit juice.

Make this with sparkling wine, Champagne, or even club soda if you want the kids to join in on the fun!

17. Lemon Basil Mojito

Summer cocktails like this lemon and basil mojito are guaranteed to turn heads at your next party.

Mojitos are traditionally made with lime and mint, but this fun variation has a few twists.

Instead of lime, use bright and zesty lemon. Also, you’ll replace the mint with herbaceous and flavorful basil. 

These two flavors marry incredibly well and will give you all the Italian coastal vibes you could ever want. 

18. Football Jello Shots for Tailgating

Jello shots are a fabulous addition to any tailgating party. 

Make these fun and boozy treats in your favorite team’s colors, and everyone will go nuts!

You can also use any liquor you prefer. And if you have kids joining you, you can make these without the alcohol so they can enjoy them too!

19. Yellow Hammer Drink

The Yellow Hammer drink – named after the Alabama state bird – is a wonderful cocktail for any Super Bowl viewing party. 

It starts with vodka, rum, and Amaretto. Then you’ll add pineapple and orange juices and cherries.

This drink is dangerously good, so, as always, serve and enjoy responsibly!

20. Tiki Touchdown Game Day Cocktail

The Tiki Touchdown is a fruity drink with a spicy surprise. 

Sweet coconut, tart pineapple, zesty lime, and flavorful orange liqueur combine to create an incredible flavor explosion. 

And the surprise? A dash of habanero sauce to leave you warm and smiling.

21. Berry Beer Punch

Berry beer punch is a terrific cocktail for beer lovers and even beer haters. 

You may want something sweet to offset all of that salty game day food, so why not start with punch?

I love that this can be made in advance and in large quantities. That always makes hosting a bit easier. 

22. Classic Hurricane Cocktail

Classic hurricane cocktails are a spectacular way to bring the fun to any game – win or lose. 

This New Orleans staple is a rum-based drink with passion fruit and citrus flavors.

It’s named after the shape of the glass, which is similar to the hurricane lamps in the city. 

The hurricane cocktail will help you beat the heat and enjoy the game – even if you’re just there for the halftime show. 

23. Bourbon Sweet Tea Cocktail

Bourbon sweet tea is one of my favorites. It’s refreshing, sweet, and oh-so-tasty. 

You’ll love this combination of tea, lemon, sugar, and bourbon. It’s a lovely accompaniment to your game day wings or burgers. 

Few will be able to resist this lovely beverage, so make sure you don’t fumble the ingredients. 

24. Dark and Stormy

Dark & Stormy cocktails only need three ingredients and a few minutes of your time to prep.

They’re so easy, you can make a few during commercials and not miss any of the game. 

Dark rum, ginger beer, and tart limes combine for a simple and tasty drink. It’s spicy with lovely rum flavor and a hint of bright citrus. 

What more could you want?

25. Boozy Root Beer Floats

Boozy root beer floats make the best Super Bowl dessert. 

They’re ideal for feeding a crowd because they’re a drink and dessert all in one. Better yet, you won’t have a million dishes on your hands when they’re done.

Everybody will love these, and you can even make the non-alcoholic version for kids.

26. Pumpkin Pie Milkshake

Football is a Thanksgiving sport, so making a pumpkin pie milkshake during the Super Bowl is fitting. 

And these creamy frozen milkshakes with tons of warm spices and pumpkin goodness will leave your guests smiling from ear to ear. 

With just three ingredients and a few extra for presentation, you’ll be glad you chose something easy and delicious. 

27. Maple Irish Coffee Cocktail

Personally, I love ending a meal or party with coffee. And I love it even more with Irish whiskey in it!

Guaranteed to warm your guests up, this hot coffee cocktail is heavenly.

Between the coffee, Irish whiskey, and maple syrup, this cocktail is a winner.

Top it off with a layer of cream, and you’ll be doing your best victory dance. 

28. Red Sangria

Sangria is such a good drink for parties. Make pitchers of it and let your guest do the pouring. 

Red wine infused with fruit juices and fresh fruit feels fancy and tastes fantastic.

It’s something everyone will enjoy sipping.

29. Brandy Old Fashioned for a Crowd

The Old Fashioned is iconic and perfect for smaller gatherings.

Make an orange simple syrup, then add Angostura Bitters and brandy. Top it with lemon-lime soda before serving, and enjoy. 

30. Rum Punch

One last punch recipe to round out the list, this rum punch is a must-make for bigger crowds.

Use dark and light rum, then add some fruit juice and a touch of grenadine.

Not only is it tasty, but it ends up being so pretty too!

I love that this version is not too sweet, yet it always hits the sweet spot. 

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