Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest day of the year for football. And when you think about it, it's also the biggest day of the year for game-day grub. Chicken wings. Chips and dip. Tacos. Does it get any better than that? We say, "no." But in addition to your spread of Super Bowl food, you'll also want to provide some incredible Super Bowl drinks. Sure, a 30-rack of beer could do the trick, but a creative cocktail will elevate your evening.
To help you celebrate the end of the football season, we've found the best Super Bowl drinks any amateur mixologist can make. From cute Jell-O shots that are shaped like beer pints to spicy sangrias in unexpected flavors, these game-day drinks will ensure you have the most enviable home bar on the block. Don't want to spend the entire night mixing cocktails? Have no fear. We've included tons of options you can mix in advance — recipes for punches, sangrias, and Jell-O shots — which means you'll only have to get off the couch to grab another round. Because on Super Bowl Sunday, you don't want to miss a second of fun (or miss a second of your group's Super Bowl party games).
Obviously, beer is the OG Super Bowl drink. This year, take the staple up a notch with this margarita-style cocktail that blends it with lime juice and orange liqueur.
One sip of this cozy cocktail and you'll feel like melting into the couch until the clock runs out on the big game.
This isn't just any regular Sunday, which means you shouldn't drink just any regular Moscow Mule. Try this one with raspberry and mint garnishes instead.
Listen up, football fans. Whip up a batch of basic Jell-O shots in your team's colors for a drink that's as cute as it is festive.
Your team is going to win the big game — and that calls for champagne. Might as well drink it in this recipe that also includes some minty mojito.
This classic margarita recipe doesn't require a shaker — which means you can focus on the game, not the bar.
It's all our favorite winter flavors — ginger, grape, brown sugar, and prosecco — in one gorgeous cup.
Gin lovers will adore this white wine and cranberry cocktail. Bonus: It's quick to make and you can mix a ton of servings before the opening coin toss.
It's the classic beer and garnish combo in Jell-O shot form.
Make your Super Bowl a bonafide Sunday Funday with this margarita-sangria hybrid that includes tequila, triple sec, and white wine.
Sure, Bloody Marys might serve a brunchy vibe — but they also pair incredibly well with all of the savory snacks that the Super Bowl is known for.
Sangria is the ultimate party drink because you can make it in advance and let your guests serve themselves. Plus, it's a simple way to stretch a bottle of wine as far as possible.
To make this recipe, you'll need to whip up a cinnamon-infused simple syrup. The effort is worth it, though: it's the perfect winter cocktail.
You'll want to have this yummy punch on hand when your team scores (and hopefully wins!). It's made with Sprite, seltzer, prosecco, vodka, and blue Curaçao.
Welcome guests in from the cold with a freshly simmered hot toddy. You can reuse the cinnamon stick garnishes for other cocktails later in the night.
Moscow mules are universally well-liked, which means you can put an exciting twist on them and everyone will still be game. Here, we added fresh thyme and plums to the original recipe.
If it's a refreshing drink you're after, then look no further than this berry and citrus spritzer that includes rosé, orange liqueur, and a range of fruits and berries.