I also posted it 2 days early so you would have some time to go shopping if necessary.
a near perfect score from beer snobs. But it is very hard to come by. I know only one restaurant in Chicago that always has it.
On Sunday night, my husband put the only 6 pack he could procure in the fridge for Thursday drinking. And to get that six pack, he used luck and cunning. He happened to be at our local Whole Foods on a day 1 single case came in [back in September], overheard the workers talking about stashing some for themselves, and butted himself into the conversation to get us 6 precious bottles.
But since my suggestion is so hard to come by, and it is alcoholic, I have a longer list below of a variety of beverages, some fit for all ages, to celebrate Halloween with.
Here are some other ideas:
- Disney approved Halloween drinks for kids
- 28 “Cute” Halloween drinks for kids; I like the mummy juice box personally.
- From Redbook-- 8 Halloween Cocktails
- Because Martha Stewart cannot be outdone she has 27 Halloween cocktails you can make.
- Vampire cocktails courtesy of my former student Christine’s reading map on the Sookie Stackhouse books.
- 13 To Die For Cocktails from HGTV
- Food and Wine for cocktails that are both classy AND spooky.
I think Halloween is the perfect holiday to enjoy a cocktail since you spend most of the time either at home answering the door, or walking. There is no need for a designated driver when you don’t get in your car all night. Have some fun with it. Even if all you are drinking is a diet coke, throw a gummy eye ball in it. Trust me, it make the night more festive.
Back tomorrow with a catch all post/wrap up post and then a special original, never before published story on Thursday.