Sunshine, warm weather, and relaxed spring days call for a fresh cocktail in hand, especially after a long day of in-shore or off-shore fishing in Venice, LA. There are times when you need more than just a cold beer, and when that happens, we’ve got you covered. Check out the recipes below for delicious spring mixers, easy to make and even easier to drink. So stock the bar at the Home Run Lodge, kick back, relax, and have a good time. Cheers!
Strawberry Basil Margaritas: Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, this twist on the margarita is crowd-friendly and very easy to prepare – just stir up a pitcher full. Ole!
The El Diablo Cocktail: This classic drink first appeared in Trader Vic’s Book of Food and Drink in 1946 and is another fruity crowd-pleasing favorite, easily mixed in a single pitcher.
Whiskey Sour: If whiskey is your poison, you’ll enjoy this tried and true whiskey sour recipe or one of the three different whiskey sour variations.
Blueberry Rum Smash: Fresh blueberries, brown sugar, lemon juice, rum, and ginger ale come together to create this simple and delicious spring sipper.
Spicy-Cool Blood Orange Jalapeno Margaritas: This sweet and spicy spin on the classic margarita includes seasonal blood oranges and fresh jalapenos to create a delicious drink with the right amount of heat.
Watermelon Cucumber Refresher: Juicy watermelon and cool cuke deliver a mouthwateringly good spring cocktail. A little more effort required, but trust us, it’s worth it!
What is your go to drink after a long day of fishing? Share your favorite cocktail concoction in the comments below because we’re always looking to try a new and delicious cocktail!
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