3 Easy Cocktails for Your Big Game Party

Easy cocktails made with BuzzBallz are the move for the Super Bowl

You have wings to eat, friends to laugh with, and TVs to yell at; you need to make easy cocktails for your game day party so you don’t get stuck in the kitchen playing home-tender. It only takes a split second to miss a play. We were featured on Good Morning Texas Jan. 29, showing the viewers at home three easy cocktails that taste great with all of the spicy, savory goodness that is game day food. Whether you make Biggies, BuzzTallz or BuzzBallz the base of your semi-homemade cocktail, you’re starting with premium alcohol and natural ingredients. It can only taste better as you add more flavor.

We shared our cocktails with the viewers at home and, now, we share our secrets with you, grasshopper.

Easy cocktails are the key for the super bowl parties! Try out our Biggies Punch recipe.
Jane McGarry, co-host of “Good Morning Texas,” showcases Biggies Punch, a cocktail made with Stiff Lemonade Biggies.

Biggies Punch

Serves 15 people

Tools needed:

Large bowl or container with a spigot


  • 1 ½ Stiff Lemonade Biggies
  • 2 Liters of lime soda
  • Ice
  • Fruit of your choice to taste

Nothing is easier than creating a drink that guests can serve themselves and this is just that. In a large container, mix your Biggies, lime soda and fruit. Add ice. That’s literally the whole recipe. When you use fruits with deeper color like blueberries, blackberries and raspberries, it gives the cocktail a gorgeous purple hue and it adds some depth to the flavor. You can always set out ramekins of fruit for guests to add to their own cocktails if you’ve opted for a container with a spigot.

Easy cocktails make your life easier when entertaining for the Super Bowl. This Frozen Mango Beer 'Rita features Lime Rita BuzzTallz, a sister brand to BuzzBallz.
During the Good Morning Texas, we showcased a Frozen Mango Beer ‘Rita, a frozen margarita featuring a BuzzTallz Lime ‘Rita.

Frozen Mango Beer Rita

Serves 1, but recipe can be adjusted to serve multiple people

Tools needed:



  • ½ cup BuzzTallz Lime Rita
  • 1 cup frozen mango
  • ¼ cup ice
  • 1/3 cup light beer
  • A plate of chile salt
  • A lime wedge


  1. In a blender, blend the beer, mango and BuzzTallz until the mixture is smooth.
  2. Take a lime wedge and wet the rim of a margarita glass.
  3. Dip the rim in the chile salt in the plate until it’s all around the rim.
  4. Pour the margarita mix into the glass.
  5. Place a lime wedge on the edge of the glass for garnish.

If you’ve ever had a Michelada, you’d be the perfect candidate to give this cocktail a try. Frozen margaritas are super easy to make and awesome for the game day because they take longer to drink, and you won’t have to worry about them being watered down for a while. Plus, you can make big batches ahead of time and freeze them for easy serving during the game.

Easy cocktails are a Super Bowl must! Try BuzzBallz, a premixed cocktail. These are most likely sold in a store near you.
During the “Good Morning Texas” segment, dressed Tequila ‘Rita BuzzBallz were on display.

Tequila ‘Rita

Serves 1


Chile salt

Lime wedge

The ultimate easy cocktail for the big game is one you don’t even have to make. All you do is pour some chile salt into a plate; rub a lime wedge around the rim of a Tequila ‘Rita and cover the rim with chile salt.

It’s that simple! Squeeze the lime into the can for added lime flavor.

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