Another week of October brings us that much closer to All Hallows Eve, otherwise known as Halloween. Have your party planned or have your parties to visit scoped out? Why now bring the fun with some Halloween treats? Here are some great drink recipes that should get the mood just for some great spooktacular fun...
Happy Sunday! Even though the week just starts up again tomorrow, that doesn't mean we can't enjoy what's left of the weekend. In fact, Halloween is almost upon us and there a lot to prep. If you are in need of some fun Halloween themed drinks, then you've come to the right place...
Ah yes, another Autumn weekend. The promise of a longer sleep, the bliss of relaxation, and the overwhelming dread that the week is just going to happen all over again. Well, here are a couple recipes to help distract from the inevitable Monday...
This Fall weekend, step up your mixing skills and try some Fall themed drinks. Gather your wits, gather your patience, gather your tools and ingredients and let's get to tending your bar at home.
Apple Pie Bourbon Shots (original source)
1½ c Bourbon
2 Apples (Green & Red) (Chopped)
3 Sugar Cubes
1 whole Nutmeg (slightly shaved)
4 Cinnamon Sticks (extra for garnish)
1 (1in piece)
Ready to practice your Bartender Skills at home? Then let's skip the formalities and get straight to the Mixin'!
Apple Sangria (original source)
1 Bottle (750mL) White Wine
1 Bottle (750mL) Sparkling White Wine
1 c Apple Cider
1 Honeycrisp Apple (sliced)
1 Granny Smith Apple (sliced)
1 Pear (sliced)
1 c Cranberries (fresh)
Garnish – 8 Sprigs Rosemary
In a large pitcher, add re
As time passes, we are reaching the goal of Fall weather and finally getting away from Summer heat. However, we may have to wait a bit until it cools down to what I consider acceptable temperatures (like 80 degrees in the afternoon). At least we have the means to cool off several ways including drink mixing...
This will be a rather short list of drink recipes, but the message is still to enjoy your weekend and have fun with some At Home Bartender fun.
Pumpkin Spice Moscow Mule (original source)
2-4 oz Vanilla Vodka
1 tbsp Pumpkin Puree (maybe more for garnish)
¼ tsp Pumpkin Pie Spice
1 splash Lime Juice
4-5 Spicy Ginger Beer (enough to top off the glass with)
How To: In a shaker with ice co
Its Fall time. Time for Pumpkin Spice, Oktoberfest and more opportunities to host parties because the weather is a tad more enjoyable than summer heat. So lets practice on some flavorful drinks to work on those Bartender Skills you've been polishing and then you're be the best host for all upcoming party events...
The weekend is here at last. Time to cut loose and enjoy some live music at your favorite watering hole. Thanks to the Victoria Area Music Assiciation and their hard work supporting and promoting live music in the Crossroads, we are able to share the weekend schedule with you...
Next week, summer will be over. So, make the best of it as you can and mix yourself some "Farewell Summer" drinks. Heads up, all the recipes require ice and therefore you should have some (or a lot) on hand.
White Russian (original source #7)
2 oz Vodka
1 oz Coffee Liqueur
1 tbsp Cream
Garnish – Lime Wedge
Combine ingredients into a shaker with ice and shake well, t