The Best Drinks to Serve At A Super Bowl Party (2024)

ByStephanie Bruce

When it comes to Super Bowl parties, let’s be honest: we all know that the main attraction is the food, drink and commercials!

Whether you’re there for the touchdowns or just for the halftime show, everyone can agree that the best part of any Super Bowl bash is the fantastic spread of food and drinks that bring everyone together.

It’s a day when all of our diets take a backseat, and indulgence leads the way. From fizzy sodas popping open to the clinking of beer bottles, the Super Bowl turns living rooms into food hub!

Whether you’re hosting or attending a Super Bowl party, it’s important to have a wide variety of drinks that everyone can enjoy! Both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are a way to keep your guests happy and refreshed…paired with great food options!

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01 | Beer

Beer is always a classic option of beverage to serve for football games. Consider offing a selection of beers that include, local, craft, and other popular brands.

Serve this classic crowd-pleasing appetizer, “Pigs in a Blanket with Chili Cheese Dip” with a cold beer or a fizzy soda.

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02 | Soft Drinks & Soda

The beverage that caters to all ages and preferences. Consider offering caffeine-free and lower sugar options for the kiddos!

Soft drinks pair perfect with this “Super Easy Spinach Artichoke Dip” and the creamy textures of “Twice Baked Potatoes” while “Grilled Caprese Zucchini Roll-Ups” offer a lighter, vegetarian-friendly choice.

03 | co*cktails

Consider serving colorful or themed co*cktails with fun straws or glass decor. Serve a “Touchdown Margarita” every time a touchdown is scored!

For the keto-friendly crowd, “Chicken Skewers with Creamy Turmeric Dip” provide a high-protein, low-carb option that goes well with co*cktails or the “Lipton Soup Spinach Dip with Hawaiian Bread” which is always a comforting and delicious choice!

Touchdown Margarita Recipe:

  1. 2 oz Tequila: Choose a good quality blanco or reposado for the best flavor
  2. 1 oz Orange Liqueur: Triple sec, Cointreau, or Grand Marnier work well
  3. 1 oz Lime Juice: Freshly squeezed lime juice is best for flavor
  4. 1/2 oz Agave Syrup: Adjust to taste for sweetness
  5. Optional: 1/2 oz Orange Juice for a slightly sweeter, more rounded flavor
  6. Ice Cubes
  7. Salt for Rim: Coarse salt or a mix of salt and chili powder for an extra kick
  8. Lime Wedge and/or Jalapeño Slice for Garnish: To add a bit of color and flair
  9. Place ingredients 1-6 in a shaker cup and shake. Salt the rim of a glass and fill with margarita drink and garnish
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04 | Speciality Drinks

Speciality drinks are fun for everyone! Try a sherbet punch flavored with either lime or orange sherbet!

Add a bit of spice to the mix with”Jalapeño Poppers“. They are a fiery delight that can be cooled down with a smooth sherbet drink!

Orange Sherbet Punch Recipe:

  1. 1 scoop of lime or orange sherbet in each glass
  2. Fill to the brim with Gingerale soda
  3. Top with cool whip and a colorful candy stick
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05 | Non-Alcoholic Beer and co*cktails

Offering non-alcoholic options are great for guests who prefer avoiding alcohol. Mocktails can be as creative and varied as alcoholic co*cktails.

Serve “Gluten-Free Stuffed Avocado Taco Bowls,” for the more health conscious guest that pairs great with a zesty mocktail.

Sparkling Canned JuiceMocktail Recipe

  1. Jumex nectar concentrate
  2. Sparkling water
  3. Orangesliced into wedges
  4. Maraschino cherry
  5. Fill a champagne flute half way with canned juice concentrate
  6. Fill the remainder of the champagne flute with sparkling water, pouring slowly to ensure the juice doesn’t bubble up and spill over the rim
  7. Wash an orange and slice into slivers. Add 1-2 cherries onto a toothpick and poke into either end of the orange slice. Top each glass with an orange slice and a cherry
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Non-Alcoholic Mocktail

  1. Sparkling juice
  2. Club soda
  3. Mix equal parts sparkling juice and club soda together in a champagne glass
  4. Garnish with frozen cranberries if desired
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06 | Tea and Coffee

Tea and coffee don’t always need to be served hot! Consider serving cold brew ice tea or cold brew coffee

Toffee, Pecan, Caramel Coffee Recipe

  1. 1 tbs Heath bar bits
  2. 1 tbs pecans
  3. 2 tbs caramel sauce
  4. 1 cup of your favorite coffee blend
  5. Grind Heath bar bits and pecans in a food processor. Mix caramel sauce into coffee and stir. Top with Heath bar bits
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07 | Hot Chocolate or Warm Apple Cider

If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party outside, these warm drinks are a great option for cold weather! Keep hot chocolate or apple cider warm in a crock pot and serve in disposable to-go cups with lids.

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