Your game-day crowd will roar for more of Tilted Kilt’s famous tailgate cocktails

OId Salty Dog

These delicious libations will have your thirsty football crew ready to cheer on their favorite team this season.

There is nothing like “Game-Day Fever” and making sure you guests, fam and crew are covered with great appetizers and cocktails is a must.

Today we are sharing two of Tilted Kilt’s best cocktails and we hope you will stay tuned as we  bring you more wicked delicious recipes from the famous pub. We are kicking off our “Fall & Winter Holiday” segments with one of Tilted Kilt’s chefs in on-air piece to demo delicious cuisine shown in the photo gallery below. You won’t want to miss this!

Tilted Kilt's Old Salty Dog

  • Difficulty: A simple cocktail you will love
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Tilted Kilt's Old Salty DogIngredients

  • 2 oz Three Olives Naked Vodka
  • ½ oz Monin Habenero Lime Syrup
  • 3 oz Sun Orchard Grapefruit Juice
  1. Garnish with Lime Wedge on glass. on ½ Salt Rim Glass
  2. Build in Shaker Glass with ice. Shake vigorously. ½ Salt rim fresh glass. Strain into glass with fresh ice

Tilted Kilt's Black & Blue

  • Difficulty: A simple cocktail you will love
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Tilted Kilt's Black & BlueIngredients

  • Equal Parts Blue Moon Belgian White
  • Equal Parts Guinness Stout

Pour glass half full with Blue Moon, use a spoon to float Guinness gently on top until the glass is full.

 

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Known as “The Best Looking Sports Pub You’ve Ever Seen,” Tilted Kilt has over 100 venues in operation all throughout the U.S. and Canada. With an impressive menu of crowd favorites such as Tilted Chicken Wings, BBQ Chicken Flatbread and Inside Out Melt Burger(featuring Southern Comfort) all paired with their innovative cocktails, Tilted Kilt’s delicious football snacks will be a big hit at your home! Follow on Facebook and Twitter

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