Super Bowl Party Cocktails & Mocktails That Show Team Spirit


Everyone wants to throw the ultimate Super Bowl party. And nothing makes game day festivities stand out quite like the perfect Super Bowl party cocktails. So if you’re rooting for one of the two teams that made it this year, or even if your team didn’t even make the playoffs, you can still have fun and enjoy sipping on these beverages during the big game. Follow our comprehensive cocktail game plan with a wonderful array of incredible (and team color-appropriate) cocktails, mocktails and beer-tails!

If You Cheer for the Seattle Seahawks

The entire city of Seattle is swept up in 12th Man madness as the Seahawks make their way to the Super Bowl in back-to-back years. If you’re favoring the current champs during your Super Bowl party, then here’s a set of drinks to ensure your cocktail playbook is Seahawk ready (Skittles not included, but highly encouraged).

The 12th Man Margi



  • Cocktail shaker, small plate for salt rims


  • 3 oz. silver tequila
  • 1 oz. blue curaçao
  • 1 1/2 oz. fresh squeezed lime juice {~1 lime}
  • 1/2 oz Cointreau
  • 1/2 oz. simple syrup {1:1 sugar to water}
  • Kosher salt for rim


Pour kosher salt onto small dish. Rim each glass with lime wedge and dip rim into salt. Add liquid ingredients into ice-filled shaker and shake until well chilled. Strain into individual ice-filled glasses. Add straw and garnish with lime wedge.



For all the beer-lovers at your Super Bowl bash, the lagerita is a way to elevate your standard bottle of beer. The one ingredient that could improve the crowd-favorite Margarita? A light, crisp Mexican lager. A few ounces of beer stretch a strong Margarita with welcome fizz and won’t leave you feeling schnockered after the first quarter.

Mint Limeade Mocktail


For the non-drinkers, finding a delicious beverage that isn’t just water can be annoying — and boring, so here’s a delicious mocktail that’s a perfect way to partake in the football mayhem along with the rest of the crowd. The Mint Limeade Mocktail is sure to make your designated drivers and non-alcohol-drinking revelers feel like they are celebrating with the rest of the crowd. Made with thirst quenching limeade and mint this mojito-like refresher is sure to please. 

If You Cheer for the New England Patriots

If your team focus is a little further east, let’s take a look at the amazing New England Patriots. As they head to Arizona to appear in their 8th Super Bowl and go for that coveted trophy for a 4th time, let’s celebrate the wonders of New England’s finest – cranberries and maple syrup. If you’re cheering for New England, here are some hometown flavors that will rock your Super Bowl party cocktails.

Brady (Cran)berry Blast



  • Cocktail shaker


  • 2 1/2 oz Deep Eddy Cranberry Vodka
  • 1 oz fresh squeezed pink grapefruit juice
  • 1/2 oz fresh squeezed lime juice {~1/2 lime}
  • 1/2 oz. simple syrup {1:1 sugar to water}
  • Fresh cranberries for garnish


Deep Eddy Cranberry Vodka is made using only New England grown cranberries to produce a light taste. All cranberries sourced for Deep Eddy are non-GMO and come from farms with sustainable farming practices.

Add liquid ingredients into ice-filled shaker and shake until well chilled. Strain into individual ice-filled glasses. Add straw and garnish with fresh cranberries or lime wedge.

Beggar’s Banquet


So many Super Bowl parties are centered around beer as the libation of the day. In order to embrace this but take it to the next level at the same time, here’s a beer-tail for you Boston fans. The Beggar’s Banquet highlights the best of New England: maple syrup. Your football crowd will be begging for this Maker’s Mark, maple syrup and beer cocktail long after the game has ended.

Sparkling Pomegranate Sangria Mocktail

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In keeping with the patriotic color scheme of the Patriots, this delicious mocktail is the perfect self serve (and still beautiful) drink for your big game refreshments. The Sparkling Pomegranate Sangria Mocktail is made to serve a crowd. Adults and kids alike will fall for this delicious drink. Make this one ahead as it should chill for about two-four hours, and then add the ginger ale just before kickoff.

Check out our other crowd pleasing Super Bowl cocktails and comment below telling us who you’re rooting for this year! The Super Bowl will take place Sunday, Feb. 1 in Glendale, Arizona between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots.


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