4 Seahawks Football Drinks for Game Day!

4 football cocktails for game day. seahawks alcohol drink. | bexbernard.com

Back to back Super Bowls call for excellent {and pretty} game day drinks! Here I’ve rounded up 4 football cocktails for you to try (plus a bonus pick-me-up at the end). They all look fairly simple to make. I’m going to make the margaritas today. Post in the comments your snack or drink recipes! I’d love to see what others are making today.


12th man margarita| football cocktail or game day. alcohol drink

12th Man Margarita from Tastebook


  • 1 3/4 oz tequilla
  • 3/4 oz blue curacao
  • sweet and sour
  • 2 lime halves


  1. “Salt the rim of the glass.
  2. Squeeze half a lime into the shaker, add tequila and curacao and top off with sweet and sour.
  3. Shake with ice and pour into glass.
  4. Score lime with knife to create a football and add as garnish.”

12th man mojito| football cocktail or game day. seahawks alcohol drink

12th Man Mojito from Posh Little Design


  • 3 fresh mint leaves
  • 1 to 2 tablespoon raw sugar (or equivalent simple syrup)
  • 2 – 3 tablespoons fresh squeezed lime juice
  • 4 to 6 fresh blueberries (washed)
  • 1.5 shots Blueberry Infused Rum (see recipe here) If you don’t have time to make the infused rum. Regular light rum will do!
  • Seltzer water
  • Ice


  1. “Muddle sugar, lime juice together.
  2. Add in mint and lightly bruise the leaves, but be sure not to over muddle them.
  3. Top with rum.
  4. Finish with seltzer water and ice.
  5. Garnish with blueberries, mint leaves or the 12th Man Garnishes (instructions below) and these babes are ready to enjoy!”

sangria | football cocktail or game day. seahawks alcohol drink. 12

Football Sangria from the Nest


  • 2 cups of fresh fruit for garnish
  • 1 bottle red wine (a Grenache blend works best)
  • 1.5 cups orange juice (hold the pulp)
  • 1 cup brandy
  • 3/4 cup triple sec
  • 1-gallon pitcher


  1. Wash and cut your fruit into bite-sized pieces. You’ll need it later once you finish mixing up your drink.
  2. In a large serving pitcher, combine the red wine, brandy, triple sec and orange juice. Mix well.
  3. Add a handful of fruit to the bottom of a glass and ladle the drink mixture into each cup. (Trust us when we say to add in the fruit before the liquid. It makes your job as hostess a lot less messy.)
  4. Serve and enjoy. If you’d rather let the fruit soak up some of that booze, cover and let sit in your fridge for a couple of hours. Seriously, it’s that easy.”
blue jello shots | football cocktail or game day. seahawks alcohol drink. 12


Blue Jell-o Shots by bartender Chris Faber of Lot No. 3 in Bellevue


  • 12 ounces white rum
  • 20 ounces ginger beer
  • 6 ounces blue Jell-O
  • 6 ounces lime Jell-O
  • 14 ounce can of coconut milk
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 2 envelopes Knox unflavored gelatin (usually located next to Jell-O)


  1. “Combine 1 cup boiling water with the 6 ounces of blue Jell-O in a shallow pan (sprayed with Pam or other cooking spray). Stir until devolved. Add 6 ounces of rum and 10 ounces of ginger beer. Stir gently. Place mixture in the fridge to solidify. (At least four hours until the Jell-O has set. Overnight is ideal.)
  2. Repeat this process with the green Jell-O.
  3. Once the Jell-O set, remove it from the pan and cut into small cubes. Carefully mix these cubes together in a new pan.
  4. Combine ½ cup cold water, ½ cup sugar, coconut milk and gelatin in a bowl and stir until ingredients are dissolved. Add 1 ½ cups boiling water, stir again and allow to cool. Then slowly pour this coconut mixture over the Jell-O cubes. Chill it overnight to set.
  5. Cut them out of the pan on game day.”

blue and green frappuccino| football cocktail or game day. seahawks alcohol drink. 12

Starbucks’ Seahawks Frappuccino

Made with blueberry vanilla frappuccino and green tea infused whipped cream!

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