This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Drinkworks®. Content for 21+ please enjoy responsibly.
Whether you’re hosting a holiday gathering or just looking to elevate your weekly cocktail hour, I’ve got some great ideas for you. The new Drinkworks® Home Bar by Keurig® offers the convenience of a single serve cocktail maker with the premium top shelf taste you love.
In the past, any time I have hosted a party, I offered one signature cocktail for my guests. While this sounds like a cute idea, not everyone has the same taste in drinks. And since the ultimate goal is to keep your guests happy, offering a variety of cocktails at a gathering is ideal.
The Drinkworks Home Bar allows you to offer many different cocktail varieties to your guests without having to buy all the bottles of ingredients.
How to Set Up the Drinkworks Home Bar
The setup process is rather simply. You just plug in the Drinkworks Home Bar and follow the on-screen instructions. You can also download the Drinkworks app to make things a little easier.
Tip: If you plug the Drinkworks Home Bar in and it doesn’t turn on, locate the power button on the back and switch it to on.
Drinkworks has so many premium cocktail pods to choose from including Moscow Mules, Long Island Iced Tea, Cosmopolitans, and Margaritas. They have a few dozen drink varieties to choose from right now and they taste just like a bar-quality cocktail.
The Drinkmaker reads the specially branded pods and uses a built-in chilling and carbonation systems to prepare your favorite cocktails, beer, mixers and more at the press of a button.
To make a drink
Simply insert a Drinkworks Pod and follow the display prompts. After making a drink it is recommended that you immediately remove the pod to ensure the freshest, highest quality drinks.
One of the best things about using the Drinkworks Home Bar is the drinks cost a fraction of what they would in a bar or pub.
Festive Bar Cart
Creating a festive bar cart is a simple as a few decorations. I created a dried orange twine garland in less than 10 minutes, found a couple of geometric wooden garlands online, and added a few bottlebrush trees and it took my studio bar cart from boring to holiday-chic.
Try adding natural elements to your bar cart to “ground” it. You can add a wooden cutting board, pinecones, a wooden beaded garland, or fresh fruit garnishes.
To create a jungalow themed bar counter, try adding dried pampas grass or dried palm leaves. Less is more with this look, so be sure to keep it simple.
Remember to keep things in groups of three. Think three pampas grass branches in a vase, or three limes stacked in a bowl.
Other Ideas for “Happy Hour”
You can take your cocktail hour to the outdoors by laying out boho blankets and a charcuterie board full of your favorite snacks. Throw a girl’s night and watch a movie outside or sip cocktails while soaking in the hot tub with your spouse.
The Drinkworks Home Bar has truly opened up the world of mixology to us at home making events so much more fun and unique.
My personal favorite drink is a Moscow Mule, so this is an exciting new tool for me.
Oh, and the cocktails taste fantastic, in case you were wondering. 🙂
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Drinkworks®, all opinions are my own.