Photo courtesy of bolsademulher. Based on what's available, there are thousands of combinations to be had, and bartenders have taken full advantage. And so are you.
Photo courtesy of youtube. Virginians missing well-shaken margaritas or perfectly mixed mules from their favorite happy hour spot can now get drinks to go, even while restaurants are closed for dine-in. If it is, props kid — you finally made it.
The sweet blend of fruit flavors will host almost any vodka you want to pour. You're better off picking a beer with brown bottles or in a can for the beach. This drink is no different and there are a few popular stories circulating. Gather the ingredients. Since the origin is unclear, the true meaning behind the name is as well.
Micheladas have a very distinct taste that may not be appealing to all, but if you're not into all the sugar of most other beach drinks this one may just suit you well. I spent the past five months studying on exchange in Mexico City, which is the perfect starting spot for any beach trip.
This classic drink is made with bourbon or rye whiskey, bitters, sugar and some club soda or water. It could just as easily have been a Sea Breeze in her hand each night, a similar concoction of vodka and cranberry with grapefruit juice; a Bay Breeze pineapple subbed for grapefruit or a Long Island Iced Tea, that heady blend of four spirits topped with triple sec and Coke.
Happy Hour To Go? Stanford student and campus bartender Carlos Kronen feels that it's a lack of knowledge and accessibility that fuels this behavior. The local beer selections are also usually the cheapest ones on the menu, so that's also something to keep in mind.
But fads also play a role, as do education and experience.