beer-cocktails

Oogie Boogie (The Nightmare Before Christmas cocktail)

Ingredients:
1.5 oz Jägermeister Spice
.75 oz Kahlua
Around 6 oz Root Beer
Gummy Worms

Directions: Mix Jägermeister Spice and Kahlúa in a lowball glass over ice. Fill with about 6 oz of your favorite root beer and garnish with a few gummy worms. Sing Oogie Boogie’s song and serve.

This drink is inspired by the bug filled baddy from The Nightmare Before Christmas. A blend of spice, vanilla, and a hint of coffee, it’s a great drink for around Halloween. Make sure to check out more of Mitch’s Critical Hit Cocktails and the other vloggers on the Geek & Sundry Vlogs channel.

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Thanks to George Hoefer (Spaceman Fantastiques) for the awesome remix of This is Halloween used in the video! 

DigRat (Twitch Plays Pokemon cocktail)

Ingredients:
.75 oz Bourbon
1.5 oz Creme de Cacoa
2.5 oz Root Beer

Twitch Plays Pokemon has become one of the neatest phenomena I’ve seen on the internet. The amount of fan art and content that has come out of it in the few weeks that it has existed is crazy awesome. I simply had to create my own tribute, in drink form, for my newest Geek & Sundry Vlog. Critical Hit Cocktails presents: The DigRat. Earthy ingredients were chosen and served in a cubed glass to represent the digging element of the great/traitorous pokemon and the units of movement in the game. Who was your favorite Pokemon in the generation one Twitch Plays Pokemon playthrough?

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Ultimate Football Food Guide

Beer MargaritasTequila + beer? Trust us, it’s goooood.

Wazzu Tailgate Chili: Field-tested during Eastern Washington winters, Wazzu Tailgate Chili defrosts the chilliest football fan.

Tater Tots® Nachos: YAS.

Detroit Hot Honey Wings: Allrecipes member “Big Gene” grills these every Sunday during Cleveland Browns season. #LifeHack: Always trust a wings recommendation from a guy named “Big Gene.”

Benny’s Famous Jalapeno PoppersBe sure to grill these first and serve as an appetizer to your guests and pair it with a frosty cold beer!

Real Wisconsin Fried Cheese CurdsEat while clutching cold brewski in other hand. Yah, hey dere.

Barbequed RibsTwo day ribs, but worth the effort. Baked and marinated with a rub overnight, then grilled with barbecue sauce.

Southern Pimento Cheese: Perfect for grilled cheese sandwiches, spread for crackers or just about anything.

Southwestern Style Twice Baked PotatoesBacon, cheese, potato—what’s not to love?

Edamame Dip: This dip tastes like guacamole. Serve it just like guacamole with raw veggies, tortilla chips, or pita bread.

Slow Cooker Pulled PorkUsing root beer to season slow cooked pork tenderloin makes a novel, yet tasty preparation method guaranteed to win applause.

Spiced Maple Pumpkin SeedsMaple and cinnamon-spiced baked pumpkin seeds make a unique snack for fall.

Outrageous Warm Chicken Nacho Dip: A simple spin on classic queso, this recipe is destined for the Party Dips Hall of Fame.

Restaurant-Style Buffalo Chicken WingsThis is similar to the hot wings recipe served at a popular restaurant chain.

Fried Mac and Cheese BallsFootball finger food. 

Honey Mustard Beer BratsA football season food staple. 

Chef John’s Hot Spinach Artichoke Dip: The video your local sports bar doesn’t want you to see.

Luscious Slush PunchThis fruity, fizzy, slushy pineapple strawberry punch recipe makes enough to refresh a crowd.

Avocado and Black Eyed Pea SalsaA rich and flavorful dip you won’t be able to stop eating. 

Jan’s Pretzel DogsHot dogs wrapped in a pretzel are a perfect tailgating snack. 

Boilermaker Tailgate ChiliIt’s perfect for tailgating before football games or any time of year.