Chicago Bears making you drink menu

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From Cooking Channel by the Soggy Dollar Bar

If you are as aggravated with our team as I am, here’s a menu for you that showcases a different cocktail every quarter. I figure, if their performance is that bad, we might as well enjoy ourselves. So here’s to the Chicago Bears are making you drink menu. Cheers!

Quarter One: Suck it! Cocktail

Yes, we know that this year is not our year, let’s accept this fact at the start of the game, so we can move on to what’s important: drinking. An appropriate drink to start an event is with champagne or some sort to sparking wine, so why not add some watermelon juice and watermelon pucker over shaved ice?

From Cooking Channel by Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark

Quarter Two: Peanut Butter and Jealous Cocktail

As the boys continue their burial by the Vikings, this drink would comfort you like Mom’s PB and J. Take raspberry vodka and raspberry liqueur with cranberry juice and add it to a mixture of honey and creamy peanut butter. De-lish!

Quarter Three: The Pain Killer Cocktail

To ease the pain and ruin, this is an easy rum drink that blends pineapple and orange juices. Trust me, drinking this one will make you feel on easy street despite what’s going on at Soldier Field.

From Cooking Channel by Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark

Quarter Four: The Drunken Donuts Cocktail

I figured a perfect ending would be a drink that includes a sweet treat. So make a fresh pot of coffee, allow it to cool. Then combine it with vodka and chocolate and coffee liqueurs. Be sure to have a few donut holes on the side for dipping.

Now, if you still want to include food into this particular menu, I did come across an idea that honors the opposing team.

“Vikings were never part of a unified group” is a fact about Vikings, as in the tenth century Scandinavian kind; this one struck me as interesting. If the Vikings worked independently and were even in competition with each other, why is a “Viking” even considered a mascot? Needless to say, if you’re playing host, make sure you connect with your guests, so everyone is not fighting over the grub. Also, be prepared by using this tailgating menu as the Chicago Bears take on the Vikings for one united feast.