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Super Bowl Cocktail #2: Keep Pounding Punch

Posted by Arctic Wolf on February 6, 2016

It’s the day before the big game, and so far I have shared a nice cocktail; The Golden Gate, and two nice chicken recipes, Dab on ‘Em Wings & Bucking BBQ Bites. Today I am sharing my final Super Bowl recipe a nice Cocktail Punch created by San Francisco Bartender, Kevin Deidrich.  His recipe serves 25 people so it is a perfect punch to serve at a crowded Super Bowl Party.

You need a bottle of George Dickel Rye, about 6 fresh lemons to squeezes out the Lemon Juice, a small jar of Ginger Syrup, a large bottle of Sparkling Water, a cup of Sugar syrup, some fresh (or frozen) Raspberries, and a small bunch of Mint. Ginger syrup is a hassle to make, so even though I provide a link to a recipe, I suggest you pick up a jar or bottle at the grocery store (it is usually in the same aisle as the lemon and lime Cordials and syrups).

Kevin’s recipe scales up or down quite easily so make as much or as little as you need for the party.

Photo Credit: Kevin Diedrich

Photo Credit: Kevin Diedrich

*recipe created by Kevin Deidrich

750 ml. Bottle of George Dickel Rye
10 oz. Lemon Juice
5 oz. Ginger Syrup (see recipe here)
15 oz. Sparkling Water
7 tbsp. Sugar Syrup
Muddled Raspberries
Muddled Mint leaves
Citrus Slices

Add the ingredients into a large punch bowl
Add muddled fruit and fruit slices
Chill in the refrigerator until the guests arrive
Serve with ice.

Enjoy Responsibly!

If  you are interested in more of my cocktail recipes, please click this link (Cocktails and Recipes) for more of my mixed drink recipes!

I hope everyone enjoys the game.



Note: My reviews for George Dickel Rye, and George Dickel No. 12 will publish in a few weeks.


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