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How to Make Sangria in a Pumpkin Keg

Using a Pumpkin as a Keg for White and Red Wine Sangria

Using a pumpkin as a keg is a great way to add some fun to your next get together.  And making sangria in a pumpkin is just one of the many beverages that you can choose to put into your pumpkin once you’ve tapped it.

Other than whatever booze or non-alcoholic beverage you plan on putting into your pumpkin keg, you’ll need the following materials to make a keg out of a pumpkin:

  •          a decent sized pumpkin
  •          spigot
  •          some type of bucket (which the pumpkin will be placed on for serving purposes)
  •          a knife with a blade narrower than the threads of the spigot
  •          spoon to dig out the insides of the pumpkin

Now that you’ve picked your pumpkin and have all the needed materials, let’s get into the step by step process of making a pumpkin into a keg.

How to Make a Pumpkin Keg

  1. Find a suitable sized pumpkin.   Get a pumpkin that will hold enough liquid to serve the amount of people you plan on having at your shindig.
  2. Clean the pumpkin – as you’ll be using the pumpkin as a serving vessel, you’ll want to wash off the outside of the pumpkin.
  3. Cut out the top – you need to be able to get your hands in there and clean the guts of the pumpkin and all the seeds out so make sure that the hole that you cut on top of your pumpkin is at least 6 inches wide.  NOTE: When you’re cutting the top, make sure that you’re cutting at a 45 degree angle pointing in towards the centre of the pumpkin.  You have to cut on an angle so that the lid of the pumpkin doesn’t fall in on itself.
  4. Once you’ve cleaned out the insides of your pumpkin, it’s time to cut the hole for your spigot.  Place your pumpkin on whatever bucket or holder you have and look for the flattest surface closest to where the pumpkin meets the opening of the bucket.  Once you’ve got your spot, bore a hole through the pumpkin with your knife by spinning it while gently pushing the knife in.  Once you’ve made it through, clear out any extra pumpkin flesh or skin that may be lodged in your newly created hole.
  5. Now screw in the spigot.  Press the threaded end of the spigot hard into the hole you just created and start turning clockwise until the thread catches.  Keep turning until its tight and then turn it until the opening of the tap is facing the ground.
  6. All that’s left now is to add the booze!


[Video Tutorial] How to Make White / Red Wine Sangria in a Pumpkin


Pumpkin Keg White Wine Sangria Recipe

So now we have our pumpkin all tapped and ready to go and all we need to add are the ingredients for our white wine sangria.

White Wine Sangria Recipered wine sangria pumpkin

  • bottle of white wine (we used Moscato in the video)
  • litre of orange juice
  • can of club soda
  • 4 oz vodka (or rum)
  • fruit of your choosing (we used 1 apple, a orange, 1 lemon and frozen blackberries)
  • frozen berries or ice cubes

When you’re making sangria, there are so many variations of recipes out there.  You can use either white or red wine to make sangria and you can use whatever type of fruit you’d like.  And really, the type of juice you add is up to you as well.  There are recipes that call for the addition of other juices like apple or cranberry juice or lime bar mix – as well as other alcohols such as rum or triple sec.

In the end, sangria recipes contain wine, juice and fruit – and usually the addition of some other type of liqueur like triple sec or cointreau.  Use the red and white wine sangria recipe above and tweak it until you find something you really liked – we really liked the recipe above 😉

If you liked the video tutorial on how to make a pumpkin keg sangria, leave us a comment and let us know.  If you’ve tried this yourself, post about it on our Facebook page.


Best Bloody Caesar Ever


This is my personal recipe for the Bloody Caesars I make for myself and guests while entertaining at home. This is the Best Caesar Ever!

The combination of the muddled basil and jalapeno really take the taste of this bloody caesar cocktail to the next level.

Best Caesar Cocktail Recipe:

  • Vodka
  • Fresh Basil
  • Jalapeno Pepper
  • Salt, Pepper
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Hot Sauce (Tobasco or something similar)
  • Celery Salt (for rimming)
  • Crispy strip of Bacon (for garnish)
  • Lime Wedge (for garnish)

If you want to spice things up even more, add a little horseradish to your caesar drink.


Jalapeno Bacon Basil Caesar | Best Caesar Drink Recipe Ever Video Tutorial



[Transcript] Jalapeno Bacon Basil Caesar | Best Caesar Drink Recipe Ever!

Hey there, Reese Richards from Today we’re going to do, not just a Caesar, but the best Caesar you have ever had in your life. All right, so we’re going to start off with a Collins glass. We’re going to have to rim the glass. So, I’m just going to take my lime… ok… and gently go around the edge of the glass here. Nice little rim… ok? And some ice… Ok, nice and full of ice. Ok. So now our alcohol. Just vodka for this puppy. One ounce. Ok? And the uh…really traditional stuff is the salt and pepper, the Lea and Perrins, the tabasco sauce, but we’re going to add a little bit of extra flavour today, ok?Best Bloody Caesar Ever

So, to do that we’re going to, uh, muddle some, uh, basil. Ok? So we’re just going to add some basil leaves in here and, for a little bit of spice… some jalapeno. So, I just took a couple of slices of jalapeno, ok? And I’ll put it in there, and I’m going to muddle the hell out of these things. Ok? We’re just releasing the oils and the juices… ok? I like to get the stuff off the muddler, so I’m going to pour a little bit in here and swirl it around a bit. Now, the regular Lea and Perrins. A little bit of that, there… some tabasco or Louisiana. A couple of drops. Not too much, because you have the jalapeno pepper in there, right? So, it’s already going to be a little spicy. Some pepper. A little bit of salt. Now, our little mixture here, with our jalapeno and our basil in there, and we’ll top this puppy up.

Now, you might say: “That sir, is a fine cocktail.” But, uh, let me ask you this: What would make that better? What do you think? Oh, I don’t know. Bacon? Some bacon maybe? Oh yeah! Hells yeah! A little slice of the old bacon? Look at that, then! Oh, she’s a pretty one. Oh, there, look! Nice. And then we’ll garnish her off with a lime. Ooh. And there you have it. The best Caesar you will ever drink in your life.


If you liked the video and agree that this is the best caesar drink recipe ever, let us know.



Balance Forks on Toothpick Bar Trick

Cool Bar Trick – Balance Forks on Toothpick

The balance forks on toothpick bar trick is seriously one of the best bar tricks out there.  Not only can anyone learn it but it’s actually pretty easy to learn and perform once you know how.

THE BET: What you are going to attempt to do is to balance either two forks or a fork and spoon on a toothpick which is itself balanced on the rim of a glass.

And if you want to take it a step further – like we do in the video – add some fire to the mix.  Light the toothpicks on fire to burn them down to the edge.

1:40 – The part about lighting the toothpick on fire is just for showmanship at the end – but it IS very effective.



[Transcript] Best Bar Trick Ever – Balance Forks on Toothpick | Bets To Do With Toothpicks

Hey, Reese Richards here, from with another bar trick to floor you. Ok, for this bar trick, all you need is a fork and a spoon, a glass, and a toothpick. Pretty much any of the pointy toothpicks, or the ones with the end and one point is ok. So, your bet is that you can balance the fork and the spoon, using the toothpick, on the edge of the glass. Ok, you can balance them on the edge of the glass. So, how do you do this? You take the spoon and you intertwine it into the tines of the fork. So, into the middle two tines. Ok, so you want to press it in here, and down a little bit, so you have the two tines here in the middle- the middle two tines- and on the outside here.
Ok? And then, we’re going to take our toothpick, and we’re going to put it on the inside of the middle, right close to the spoon, ok? The middle, close to the spoon… the middle tine. And then you just have to find the right spot on the glass and you should be able to balance it on the toothpick.

But! We’re not going to stop there! So, now that it’s balanced on the toothpick, we’re going to take it a step further. So, if that’s not amazing enough, we’re going to burn the edge of the toothpick on this side. So, make sure it’s steady, and then just light the end of the toothpick. Ok? Don’t worry about the flame, it will burn all the way down, and it should stop when it gets to the glass. Oh, not quite… we can go further than that. Ok, I want to burn the entire edge of that toothpick off. We’re close. We’re almost at the edge. I’d say that’s right about the edge, so that toothpick- right now- is balanced… looks like it’s defying gravity… it’s balanced right on the edge of that glass, and there’s no toothpick left on the other side. Ok?

So, there’s the bar trick. That’s our bar trick for today: balancing the spoon and the fork on a toothpick… on half a toothpick!

My name’s Reese Richards, thanks a lot!


Bloody Mary Cocktail Recipe

Bloody Mary Drink Recipe Tutorial

The bloody mary drink, whose exact origins are disputed, has a long and colorful past. Some say it was invented in Paris in the 1920s while others proclaim that the bloody mary cocktail was indeed invented in America in the 1930s.

And the name itself – did Bloody Mary refer to Mary Pickford, the actress, a Chicago waitress named Mary or Queen Mary I of England?bloody mary drink recipe

Whoever invented today’s version of the bloody mary drink recipe gets our congrats (although I’d prefer a Caesar). The bloody mary drink has earned a bit of a reputation as a good hangover cure – due primarily to the antioxidant properties of tomatoes.

The bloody mary is a great cocktail to have during Sunday brunch – it’s not going to make you gag like whatever you were drinking the night before and it may just help with that Saturday night hangover.

Bloody Mary recipe variations – as with most cocktail recipes, there are many variations on the bloody mary drink ingredients.

The basic version is what you see in this bloody mary tutorial. Some variations in garnish are: dill pickle, olives, carrot stick,pickled asparagus spear,spicy bean

Other bloody mary variations include adding: piri piri sauce, cayenne pepper, lemon juice, horseradish, pickle juice, steak sauce, beef broth



[Transcript] How to Make a Bloody Mary | Bloody Mary Cocktail Recipe

Hey there, Reese Richards from All right, today we’re going to do a Bloody Mary cocktail. A Bloody Mary. So, first we have our Collins glass. Any kind of cocktail glass will do. We’re going to rim the glass. So, to do that, I just have a little lime…. I’m going to wet the edge here with the lime, and then, uh, we’re using regular salt. Ok? Just the regular salt. Add your ice. Ok? And, uh, straight vodka…one ounce. And then we’re going to spice her up. A couple of dashes of Louisiana Hot Sauce, or Tabasco sauce. Some salt and pepper. Classy, eh? With the grinder? And some Worcestershire, and, uh, Heinz tomato juice. Ok? And we’re going to give that a little lime. Lime, for our garnish. Our straw, and a nice little Extreme Bean spicy little bean. And there you go, your Bloody Mary.

Simple & Fun Drinking Game: Pick Up Sticks

Cool Drinking Games: Pick Up Sticks | Fun Drinking Games

A bit of a funny drinking game, Pick Up Sticks is a cool drinking game you can play while you’re building up your buzz at the club. The only thing you need to play this bar drinking game is a bunch of toothpicks which you should be able to get from the bartender / server.
This is primarily a 2 person drinking game and is really just something to do to pass the time.

Cool Drinking Games: Pick Up Sticks | Fun Drinking Games [Transcript]

Hey there, Reese Richards from! So, today we’ve got a little bar game, ok? A drinking game. So, uh… picture this: you’re sitting at the pub, you know, and you’re just kind of getting started with the night, and, uh, you and your mate, you’re just kind of drinking and kind of watching the people come in. So here’s something you can do… a really simple game that you can do, just to have some fun, pass the time, and get some drinks down. So, just go to the bar and get fifteen toothpicks, ok? If they don’t have toothpicks, you can get matches if they have matches.
So, fifteen toothpicks or matches, ok? And all you do is you scatter them out in front of you on the table and, very simply, one person starts… they’re able to take either one, two, or three toothpicks at a time. Ok? One, two or three toothpicks at a time. So, first person starts, takes one or two or three toothpicks. The next person, same thing. And then the person that takes the last toothpick is the loser, and that person drinks. So, you know, one person takes two, I take three, my buddy takes one, I take two, he takes two, I take one, he takes three… I lose. Ok? I take the last toothpick, so I lose, and I do a shot or take a drink of my beer, or sip… ok? So, very simple game. Fifteen toothpicks… something that you can do when you are just starting out the night at the club.

Free Pouring Using Bartender Pour Count System

How to Free Pour Using One One-Thousand Pour Count System

Free pouring means pouring alcohol or mixing drinks without using any type of measuring device. As a bar consultant, I would never recommend bartenders not to use some type of measuring device however it is still an essential skill for every bartender to know.

There are times when you’re going to need to use the bartending pour count free pouring technique and you can’t always rely on a shot glass or jigger to tell you how much an ounce to free pour using a count system

Learn how to freepour using the 1-1000 count system. If your bar doesn’t use a jigger, shot glass or other measuring device, you still need to know how much to pour each and every time. Learning how to free pour a shot is an essential skill for any bartender to learn.


[Transcript] Free Pouring Using Bartender Pour Count System | How to Free Pour

Hey there, Reese Richards from! All right, so we’ve already done a video on what is a jigger, and how to pour, so in this video, we’re going to show you how to free pour, ok, but using a count system. The most popular count system is a one/one thousand, two/one thousand, three/one thousand system…. one one/ thousand, two/one thousand, three/one thousand. So. You want to use a count system in your free pouring in your bar, and you want to make sure that you have the metal pour spouts, ok, because the plastic ones they pour at a different rate. So, all the metal ones tend to pour at the same rate. Ok?

So, what we’re doing here is we have a shot glass, ok? And this measures out millilitres on one side and ounces on the other. And we have a half ounce, an ounce, and an ounce and a half. Ok? So, I’m going to show you, using the count system.. .and we’ll pour into the shot glass so that you can see where the measurement is. So, we’re going to come up at a forty-five degree angle into the shot glass, and when we stop we’re going to turn our wrist to cut, ok? We don’t want to just back off, because it will trail out some liquid. So, we want to turn our wrists to cut when we stop pouring, ok?

So, let’s get a shot here. So, we’re going to count now… as soon as it starts, we’re going to count one/ one thousand, two/one thousand, three/one thousand, ok? So. One/one thousand, two/ one thousand, three /one thousand, and cut! Ok? So, we’re right on the ounce line, ok? Right on the ounce line. And again, we go up and one/one thousand, two/ one thousand, three/one thousand, and I cut. I had to spit the other thousand out there a little faster so I can tell you “cut!” at the same time, so… So, uh, I’ll do it without this again… we’re right on the ounce here. And, uh, if you want to do an ounce and a half, you’ll go up to four, but don’t include the thousand, ok? So one/one thousand, two/one thousand, three/one thousand, four, and I won’t say “cut” because if I say cut then I’m going to over- pour on myself.

Ok, so I’ll stop and I’ll do an ounce and a half here. So again, we’re up at a forty five degree angle, and one/one thousand, two/one thousand, three/one thousand four, and then I cut. Cut, ok? So, we’re right on the ounce and a half line here, ok? Exact ounce and a half. And you want to practice this at home, and just keep… uh… this is a bottle of water. Obviously, it’s not Bacardi here, so just use a bottle of water, and you can keep on practicing and practicing. Ok? And, uh, to see how accurate you are, after you are finished using the shot glass or the measuring shot glass, what you want to do now is empty out your glass, ok? And then try it into your glass as if you were free pouring at work. So, again, whether it’s an ounce or an ounce and a half… I prefer to use an ounce, so I count to three one thousands. Ok? So, one/one thousand, two/one thousand, three/one thousand. Stop, ok? And now you want to see how accurate that is, so you want to measure your pours back.

So let’s pour this back into our measuring shot glass, and we’ll see how accurate we are. Ok? And in this case the line is just above an ounce, ok? So, it was a tad above an ounce. So, keep practicing that. There’s some liquid in the glass still… anyway, keep practicing that, and you should be within like a tenth of an ounce. Ok? Uh, again, one/one thousand, two/one thousand, three/one thousand, and just measure… keep on doing it until you measure exactly how fast you have to go for. And, uh, if you work at a bar that has jiggers.. ok, we have one ounce here, one and a half on the other side… so, again, we’re doing one/one thousand, two/one thousand, three/one thousand, stop. Ok? A full ounce. And then the other side… one/one thousand, two/one thousand, three/one thousand, four. Ok? Stop. A full ounce and a half.

Ok, so practice on your own. Put it into the cup, measure it back into a measuring shot glass or a jigger if you have it, and that’s how you do the one/one thousand, two/one thousand, three/one thousand pouring count.

COOL Match Tricks | Floating Match Head Pub Trick

COOL Match Tricks | Floating Match Head Pub Trick

Here’s a bartender magic trick you can pull out at anytime – the floating match head bar trick. This cool match trick is pretty easy to perform – if you have a large thumb!floating match head bar trick

To perform the floating match head pub trick, you’ll need an empty see-through beer bottle filled almost to the top with water as well as some wooden matches.

The Bet: Can you get the match head to sink to the bottom of the bottle without turning the bottle upside down (or using any other materials to shove it down)?

The trick to this pub trick is that you need a fairly large thumb. Your thumb has to completely cover the top of the bottle so that it’s air tight. If your thumb is too small – like mine in this video – it makes it tough to force the air down and thereby force the match head to the bottom.

Practise this bartender magic trick before going out and betting someone. As you can see from the video, it’s not as easy as it may seem at first.

Try it with a single match head and then you can graduate to putting in three match heads and having them float at different intervals in the bottle (i.e top, middle, bottom).


[transcript] COOL Match Tricks | Floating Match Head Pub Trick

Hey there, Reese Richards from, with another bar trick tutorial. In this bar trick, you need a clean beer bottle, just full of water. We just peeled off the label here, so you can, uh, see… and there’s two match heads… so, wooden match heads. Ok, just tear off the match heads and put them inside. So, the bet is: can you make the match heads sink? Ok? So, the match heads are made from wood. Ok? They’re floating. Can you make them sink? Right! So, to do this, you need to completely cover the top, ok, with your thumb, and you need to push the air into the bottle. Ok? There goes one. Come back up. Go, other match! Ok, one. Ok? Did I say two needed to go down? Did I say that? I don’t know, did we mention two? Why did I put two in there? Why didn’t I just go with one? Why did I get over-zealous, you know? Ok, make the one match head sink to the bottom. Right? You know? Just make that one go down. There you go! You know? Why do you need to put two in there, you don’t have to be “big time”, ok big shot? Just make do it! There you go! Ok? Pretty cool nonetheless though, yeah? Good bar trick tutorial. Cheers!

How to Make Buttery Nipple Shot | Buttery Nipple Recipe

How to Make Buttery Nipple Shot | Buttery Nipple Recipe

buttery nipple shooter
The Buttery Nipple Shot is the perfect “girlie” shooter as it’s sweet and tasty. Learn the buttery nipple recipe in this drink video tutorial. The buttery nipple shooter is the same as the Bit O Honey shot except with the addition of grenadine.

Buttery Nipple Recipe:
1/2 Butterscotch Schnapps
1/2 Irish Cream
Drop of Grenadine

When you’re learning how to make the buttery nipple shot, don’t forget to pour the butterscotch first and then layer the Irish cream on top of the butterscotch. Use a spoon to help with the layering.

When adding your grenadine, make sure that you have a pour spout on it. As you can see in the video, there is no pour spout on the grenadine (as I’m shooting at my home bar) so it pours rather quickly.

If you’re looking to learn a new shot to order the next time you’re out clubbing, you can’t go wrong with the Buttery Nipple Shot.


[transcript] How to Make Buttery Nipple Shot Video Tutorial


Hey there, Reese Richards from Today, we’re going to do a shot. A shot recipe, and, uh, the shot is called a Buttery Nipple. So, uh, the only difference between a Nipple Honey and a Buttery Nipple is the addition of a couple shots or a couple of drops of grenadine. So, we’re going to layer the shot and we’ll start off with half of butterscotch ripple. And then, uh, Irish Cream… Bailey’s or Carolan’s, and, uh, to layer… we’re going to use a spoon, and we’re going to put the spoon on the inside of the shot glass, and then slowly pour on top of the spoon. Ok? And then, a couple of drops of the grenadine for the, uh, nipple. And there you have it. It looks more like a brain hemorrhage, but it’s a Buttery Nipple.

Blue Lagoon Drink | How to Make a Blue Lagoon Cocktail

Blue Lagoon Drink Video Tutorial

blue lagoon cocktail recipe

The Blue Lagoon Drink is one of the more popular of the “beach cocktails” – the type of cocktail you’d order if you were sitting on a tropical island and when they brought it to you, it’d have a little umbrella 🙂

Learning how to make the blue lagoon cocktail is not difficult. This cocktail recipe only has four ingredients.

Blue Lagoon Drink Recipe:
1oz Vodka
1/2oz Blue Curacao
Lime Bar Mix
Sprite / 7up

Pretty much anything made with blue curacao – an orange flavored, blue colored liqueur – looks cool because of the intensity of the blue from the blue curacao.

Mix up a batch of blue lagoon drinks next time you’re having guests over for a BBQ.



[transcript] Blue Lagoon Drink | How to Make Blue Lagoon Cocktail

Hey there, Reese Richards from So, today, we’re going to do a cocktail recipe, and the cocktail is the Blue Lagoon. The Blue Lagoon cocktail. So, the Blue Lagoon, uh… pretty simple, straightforward. Vodka, blue curacao, lime bar mix/ margarita mix/ sweet and sour mix, and sprite or some soda. Ok, so, fill a glass with ice, our Collins glass… and, uh, we’re going to do 3/4 of an ounce of each…Vodka, and 3/4 of an ounce of the blue curacao.

Ok, we’ll fill it up with lime bar mix, and then top it with Sprite, and you garnish with a lime. A nice little straw… and a sliced lime would be good. One that was already sliced, maybe. You know? That would just sit perfectly on the side of the glass. Look at that! Isn’t that beautiful. Ok, there you go. Your Blue Lagoon.


Holy Water Drink Recipe

Holy Water Cocktail Recipe Video Tutorial


[Video Transcript for Holy Water Cocktail]
Hey there, Reese Richards from Today, we’re going to do a little cocktail. This one’s called Holy Water. So, this is a Porn Star shot, with Sprite added in. So, with a Porn Star you just make with Red Sours… Raspberry Sours… and Blue Curacao, and for the Holy Water, we add Sprite. Ok? So it’s just going to be a half ounce of, uh, each. And I’m making two for the crew here. Spilling all over the place.

It’s a home bar, it doesn’t matter. Don’t do this at work. Whoo, it’s so pretty. Ain’t she pretty? Will you look at that? All right? And there you have it. A couple of straws. If I had a couple of straws… straws around here. Straws! Str…..tadaa! Straws! There we go. There we go. A couple of Holy Waters.

Bar Tricks Revealed: Big Box Bar Trick

Bar Tricks Revealed – BIG BOX Bar Trick Tutorial



BIG BOX Bar Trick Tutorial [transcript]

Hey there, Reese Richards from with another bar bet.

Forewarned, this one’s a little bit cheesy.

Ok, so you have eleven toothpicks or eleven matches and you want them laid out like this: so you have two squares and then three individual toothpicks or matches, ok?

Two squares, three individual toothpicks or matches. And, the bet is…

I bet you that you can’t make a big box… a big box, ok?… moving only two of the toothpicks. Ok?

A big box moving only two of the toothpicks. Ok? So, let the person try and see what they can do, moving the toothpicks around and around.

Ok? And then when they’re giving up, give them a solution. Here it is. I said it was cheesy, ok? Two toothpicks.  The first one… the second one.. a big box. You get it?  A big “box”!

All right, I said it was kind of lame. But, it’s good for a beer for sure.


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