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Classic cocktails and novel concoctions for the dad who appreciates a good drink.
A rich, floral, minty dream in a punch bowl.
This gin and grapefruit cocktail is gently bitter and incredibly refreshing.
Vodka-cranberry just got a lot more sophisticated.
A slightly savory mezcal drink made with a few drops of sesame oil.
Tangy hibiscus tea is steeped with rosemary, which helps to draw out the woodsy side of mezcal in this cocktail.
A softly frothy drink with mezcal, pomegranate, and harissa.
This lightly savory drink is easy to prep for a group.
A flexible, refreshing pitcher drink.
A warming and festive cranberry-rye cocktail that's easy on a host.
Don't let that ripe berry flavor fool you, there's plenty of rum here, too.
An edge of bitterness and a shock of minty freshness.
Tart, fresh, and icy as an arctic blizzard.
Taste the tropics, not ice water.
The julep, as it might be done south of the border.
Bright, fresh, and bracingly tart.
Add as much (or as little) lime and hot sauce to this light, savory beer drink as you want.
The best, brightest-tasting version of the classic beer-and-soda mix starts with fresh lemons.
On a hot day, you can't beat this beer lightened up with homemade citrusy soda.
Gimlet, meet Negroni.
Apple brandy meets Negroni.
A smooth and butterscotch-y tequila cocktail.
A lighter, mellower Negroni, made with Aperol and Lillet.
A frosty version of the classic.
The lemonade/iced tea mix of our dreams.
Bright, briny, and refreshing, with a delicate touch of smoke.
Keep your cool with this simple, no-cook technique.
A complex whiskey sour, packed with flavor from rich grapefruit liqueur.
A smoky, rich variation on a classic Daiquiri.
Salty-smooth and crisp: an extra-dirty take on the traditional martini.
A bright take on the Bloody Mary, dosed with gin and topped with pickled shrimp.
A savory, spicy Bloody Mary flavored with jalapeño and smoky mezcal.
Pisco and rich Scottish ale lend a creamy texture to this vanilla-laced cocktail.
A pitcher cocktail featuring mint, ginger, citrus, and black tea.
This pitcher cocktail marries a tangy pineapple shrub with hoppy IPA.
This summer vodka cocktail is light, not too sugary, and eminently day-drinkable.
The perfect margarita is all about fresh, crisp flavors, barely tempered by sweet triple sec.
Bottle up this bright and tangy pisco cocktail today for brunch tomorrow.
The secret ingredient in this refreshing and savory beer cocktail: steak sauce.
The caramel depth and toned-down tartness of seared lemon is a total game-changer in this gin drink.
The perfect large-batch cocktail classic.
A simple but tasty drink made by mixing strong, hoppy IPA with citrusy wheat beer.
Toasty, malty, and a little nutty, brown ale is a natural partner for hard cider.
Tart and fruity Flanders red ale and dark, creamy stout make a rich and satisfying two-ingredient cocktail.
A sophisticated take on a blended fruit daiquiri, flavored with peaches, white pepper, and green tea.
The street-cart staple of juicy fruit, lime, and chili powder is transformed into a refreshing cocktail.
Blueberries and strawberries, chilled with a little Duvel.
Bitter flavors make this slushie crazy-refreshing.
This swizzle gets its sour from tart sumac.
Scotch and amaretto combine in this 1970s favorite.
A tasty elderflower shandy that says, "stop taking your drink so seriously."
Sangrita moves from lowly shooter to a full-fledged cocktail in this smoky, spicy and refreshing beer-based pitcher drink.
This crisp, refreshing beer and ginger beer cocktail is super-simple to make.
Changing up the ratio of Scotch and Drambuie provides a fresh iteration of a classic cocktail.
A super-easy pitcher drink made with beer, tequila, and frozen limeade concentrate.
Think of this beer cocktail as a variation on the mimosa, but full of fresh and tangy flavor from grapefruit juice and hoppy IPA
A "mistaken" Negroni, with sparkling wine instead of gin.
How martinis became so dry, and how to make a good one for yourself.
Crisp and bitter, the classic cocktail of gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth is dependably delicious, and remarkably difficult to foul up.
The simple Manhattan variation is improved greatly with the help of a good blended Scotch.
How do you make an Old Fashioned? With simple, classic ingredients and nothing more.