It’s finally time to break out the sweaters and boots, but before you start your Thanksgiving meal prep, consider these 3 Fall drink recipes. The Southside is a classic favorite to serve at backyard barbecues in the Fall. This recipe includes bourbon whiskey, lemon juice, sugar syrup and ginger beer for a sweet heat that will keep you warm all season long. Another good option is the Moscow Mule with vodka or gin (or both). Add some honey simple syrup or agave nectar to this cocktail for an even more delicious sip! Finally, if you’re looking for something not too heavy on alcohol content try our Caramel Apple Sangria recipe. It’s easy to make – just mix together apple cider or apple juice with white wine
Try Them (F)ALL
With the changing of seasons, it’s time to get your creative juices flowing and find some new drinks. What better way than with a little autumn inspiration! From pumpkin spice lattes in fall colors or spiced cider apples bobbing on top; there are so many different options that you’re bound to find one perfect for trick-or drinkin’ this year (pun intended).
For those who love getting tipsy without pouring alcohol into their glass – try replacing beer taps with ones sporting Autumn Ale logos at bars across town—you’ll feel less tempted I assure ya’. Or if cocktails sound more like what you need instead then just order off our seasonal list: The alcoholic version as usual has its upsides
Sip With Us
Fall is the perfect time to kick back and enjoy some of your favorite drinks. If you’re looking for something different than a pumpkin spice latte, here are some options to consider!
Discussion about this post