Good things come in threes. Three things are coming your way. Fall, football, and beer. Now, maybe you are still enjoying the last bit of summer, but at least in the back of your head, you need to start thinking about this very serious matter of football and fall beer. Pretty soon you will be pulling on a hoodie, starting a bonfire or firing up the grill. Grab a football and a cold beer and you are ready to go. Here are four of the best fall beers whether you are preparing for a football game, a birthday party, or just a relaxing evening at home.
One of the best ways to spend a late summer evening is to enjoy an excellent charcoaled chicken and a cold, refreshing beer. Some brilliant person came up with the great idea to combine the two. This is done by cooking the chicken over a can of beer. This not only looks cool and tastes great, but the chickens usually have even browning on the exterior and the dark and light meat both cook at appropriate temperatures.
Beer: delicious. Cheese: delicious. What’s the best thing to do with two delicious items? Combine them of course! Beer cheese is a Kentucky favorite, and can be turned into soup, fondue, dip, and sauce.
Wine and summer, summer and wine. The two just go together. They both stand for relaxation, joy, and an enthusiasm for life. The craving for a relaxing bottle of wine can really kick in after a long week of work. But some wines go better with summer than others, and that is what we are here for: to help you sort through the wine jungle. Check out this list of six of the best wines as you enjoy the rest of your summer.
Bad news: There is only about a month of summer left. Labor Day is fast approaching, and before you know it you’ll need that fall jacket again. So squeeze every bit of juice still left from this summer while you can, especially if that juice is spiked. Speaking of which, the best way to enjoy this time is with some summer alcoholic drinks, so here are a few recipes from delish.com so you can enjoy the rest of your summer to the fullest.
There are good cigars, and then there are those hard to find, incredibly flavorful cigars that are treated as almost a legend for generations. Some of the best are also the hardest to get a hold of. The famous Padron series is one of those, as are La Aurora Preferdos, and the Opus X line. What are these legendary cigars, what makes them great, and how can you get a hold of them?
A lot of drinks are pretty easy to make. Throw a few ingredients together, mix them up, make sure the proportions are right, and boom you have a cocktail. But why not challenge yourself as a bartender? Switch it up, struggle to make something for a change. If that sounds enticing, trying your hand at a Rum Martinez could be the move for you.
Hot summer days can be tough to handle. But they aren’t as bad if you’re in Hawaii. The name Mai Tai comes from the Tahitian word for “very good.” According to legend, when the drink was invented in the 1940s, the bartender served it to some friends from Tahiti. Their response “Mai Tai” led to the name of the drink. It’s the perfect name for this yummy, fruity drink.
Pictures this: It’s a beautiful Thursday in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. The year is 1953, and Mayor Edward C. Schmidt has declared that this day, no one is to grill their own bratwursts. Instead, the town is hosting the first bratwurst festival. You’re smelling literally thousands of bratwursts grilling all around you. Walking down the street, you see nothing but pure bratwurst bliss. If this sounds like something you would enjoy, then this recipe is for you.
If you’re a lover of spicy food you’ve probably tried Habanero Hot Sauce. Habanero is an incredibly spicy sauce, as seen here on the Scoville Chile Heat Chart.
Habanero Hot Sauce is made out habanero peppers (shocking). Habaneros originate from the Amazonas region, and the first domesticated habanero was found during a Peruvian archaeological dig. After their discovery, habaneros quickly began spreading throughout Mexico.