All-American 4th of July Summer Party | Snake Oil Cocktail
Independence Day with Snake Oil Cocktail
When it comes to summer parties in America, the 4th of July is arguably the most paramount. With bright colors, hot weather, and an easy theme to follow, a 4th of July party is a fantastic choice to host. Not to mention – cold beers, fun cocktails, and fireworks?! Snake Oil is here for it all.
As usual, we love sharing some of our best event-related tips. Let’s be honest, we’ve had our fair share of parties. Read on to learn more about easy, crowd-pleasing garnishes, cocktail ideas, and delicious food that encompass some of the most popular 4th of July traditions.
Show Your Colors!
Snake Oil has you covered with signature cocktails, excellent service and garnishes to represent any party theme, including the 4th of July!
Epic Snake Oil Drink Ideas!
What is a 4th of July celebration without freshly cut watermelon? We create amazing watermelon cocktails with fresh fruit and herbs. One of our signature summer cocktails includes bourbon, watermelon, red pepper, mint and lemon. We’ve elevated this cocktail by serving it frozen and in an actual watermelon! Use multiple straws for sharing…or just one. Save some of the rind to top your drink and create an even fresher feel.
Talk to our sales team about our watermelon specialty craft cocktails. If watermelon isn’t your fruit of choice, we have a variety of options to please any palette!
What's a Cocktail without some Grub?
Upgrade your BBQ with some delicious, creative recipes! Try this Parmesan Chipotle Corn on the Cob to spice up your sides. Potato salad is a classic, so why not try this Kicked Up Classic Creamy Potato Salad to wow all your guests. Tired of burgers and hot dogs? Switch it up this year and try a Cajun Crawfish Boil! Channel the flavors of the South, even if you’re here in California like we are. To finish off all your stellar BBQ food, enjoy a refreshing 4th of July Trifle.
When planning your party, we can cater a beverage plan with cocktails to compliment whatever meals you plan to serve. It’s not just about the booze – it’s about the experience.