American Century Celebrity Golf Championship is happening July 17-22 in Lake Tahoe. It’s the first time in tournament history, Korbel will host a $250,000 Hole-in-One contest.
Also make sure you tune in for the “Celebrity Spray-Off,” which encourages players to show off their champagne-spraying skills. Today on Indy Style co-host Andi Hauser and Tracy Forner gave it their best shot, if you will, but not before learning how to make two drinks using Korbel. Brittany Gilbert, How-to-Hostess, says even if your not a fan of golf, “Sometimes you get need an excuse to have a party.”
Korbel Sparkling Eagle
4 oz. Korbel Brut California Champagne
1 oz. Lemonade
1 oz. Melon Liqueur
In rocks glass add 4 ounces chilled Korbel Brut California Champagne, 1 ounce chilled lemonade and 1 ounce Melon Liqueur and garnish with a maraschino cherry.
Korbel Long Drive recipe
3 oz. Korbel Brut California Champagne
2 oz. Lemonade
1 oz. Blue Curacao
In a tall glass add ice and Korbel, Lemonade, and Blue Curacao. Garnish with orange wedge and favorite stir stick to complete the drink.
A popcorn bar is a fun and easy way for guests to get involved and to allow everyone to choose their own popcorn style. Offer various flavors of popcorn and toppings with festive name labels. A fun touch is to set out gift bags with each person’s name they can use as their own person popcorn bag.
o Cheesey Jalapeño
o White Cheddar
o Milk Chocolate Caramel
o Bacon Cheddar
o Kettle Corn
S’mores are a summertime classic but think outside the box with a s’mores bar. Include the traditional ingredients like graham crackers and marshmallows but mix it up with different kinds of candy bars. Use mason jars for serving containers or get creative with another festive way to serve guests.
- Graham Crackers
- Candy Bars