Do you sometimes wonder whether there’s any easy way to have that drink punch while making sure that everyone just had enough? Well, we believe most of us don’t know what it is in actuality. Refreshing punches or non-alcoholic drinks have been a huge secret to stress-free and totally entertaining experiences in these extreme summer times.
Most of us at the age of 21 may wish to sip some of the best alcoholic beers in the UK; we can also enjoy some punches for our next party.
So, let’s get started with knowing these most popular punch mocktails to try on this summer party for guaranteed success:
REFRESHING ORANGE SLUSH
This drink can also be enjoyed by mixing with some gluten-free IPA beer. The citrus and tart twist will always leave you with a sweet, refreshing moment. However, the big batch beverage to try takes a little more of your time to be fully prepped as it is suggested to be frozen overnight.
Ingredients you may need:
- Cherry Flavored Jell-O – 1 packet
- Orange Flavoured Jell-O – 1 packet
- Boiling Water – 5 cups
- Ginger Ale – 3 litres
- Sugar – 2 cups
- Orange Juice – 8 cups
Instructions to prepare:
- Take a large bowl, stir some of the cherry and sugar Jell-O. Add some boiling water to it, ensuring that the sugar and gelatin are dissolved evenly.
- Adding some orange juice and stirring it well is something next you need to do.
- Now, transfer the whole mixture into freezer-safe containers. Let them freeze overnight.
- The next day, place the whole frozen mixture in a large punch bowl. You can even use a wooden spatula to beat the mixture. Top and serve with ginger ale.
- You can also try other Jell-O flavours like orange with black cherry, tropical with orange, or just the basic lemons with orange.
SPICY SANGRIA PUNCH
Well, the term Sangria may leave you curious enough to know how one can make Sangria with wine. We have to say that you are not alone! We were also pretty baffled in the first place. To mimic the robust and dry flavour of red wine, here you can just swap it with some fresh non-alcoholic beer or black tea.
Yes! You heard it right. With these two different ingredients, you will get that extra burst of rich fizz and citrusy flavour. Today, we are going to pick black tea here in this quick recipe.
Ingredients you may need:
- Sugar – ½ cup
- Water – 1 cup
- Whole Cloves – 1 n half tsp
- Cinnamon Sticks – 6
- Whole Allspice – 2 tsp
- Black tea bags – 3
- White grape juice – 1 cup
- Orange juice – 1 cup
- Pomegranate juice – 2 cups
- Ginger Root slices – 6
- Medium Lime and Orange – 1 each to cut thin in rounds
- Chilled Sparkling Water (lime flavored) – 2 cans
Instructions to Begin With:
- Take a medium-size saucepan, add water, sugar, Allspice, cloves, 4 cinnamon sticks and ginger root.
- Reduce heat to medium-low and let it boil for at least 10-12 minutes.
- Add tea bags to the mixture, cooling the mixture for an hour. Making sure to strain the solids or just discarding them would be fine as well.
- Take a large size pitcher, stir the mixture and add juices, lime slices, and remaining cinnamon sticks to it. Let it refrigerate for a minimum of two hours or until it is completely chilled.
- Your non-alcoholic drink is ready to serve. Make sure to add sparkling water over the ice while pouring it.
- To garnish beautifully, cut a lime/orange slice in half for each glass.
Alcohol free beers contain very low amounts of alcohol – no more than 0.05% ABV because some alcohol naturally forms as part of the brewing process.
In summers, alcoholic-free beer can be a better choice over alcoholic drinks.There are many health benefits of non-alcoholic beers. Let’s find them below:
According to UK Chief Medical Officers’ (CMO) low risk drinking guidelines, it is safest to regularly drink 14 units a week. So, drinking beer with no alcohol can help to stay within UK CMO low risk drinking guidelines and helps to avoid long-term health conditions.
Reduces Anxiety and Stress
According to some experimental studies researchers have found that drinking non-alcoholic beers can help to reduce the feelings of anxiety and stress.