"Beertails" in the summer and "crocktails" in the winter were hot.
Plain old water didn't do the trick anymore in 2015. love for doubled this year, thanks to refreshing recipes like this popular one.
Fruity, tart, cool – covers all the bases.
proved floral arrangements aren't just for the table. Pinners loved the multitasking combo of cocktail garnish and drink chiller.
kept pinners cool all summer long – according to , "beertail" pins doubled in popularity this year.
Brunch devotees tried out new variations on the classic mimosa. Swap out bubbly for lager in this .
won over even the most beer-averse drinkers with refreshing citrus notes.
Pinners warmed up to hot spiked drinks all fall, pinning slow cooker cocktails 250 times more than last year. A citrus kick made this a holiday party fave.
The "crocktail" version of this becomes seasonally appropriate thanks to a (heavy) splash of brandy.
Lemon, whisky, water, and sugar (with a hint of nutmeg) make the perfect – and mixing up the batch in a slow cooker means you can come back for refills all night long.
Pinners went nuts over , but kids-at-heart can still use as drink stirrers for an extra sugary kick.
The Germans got it right with this internationally-beloved . Start raiding the pantry for cinnamon, anise, cloves, nutmeg, and vanilla to spice up a basic bottle of red.
The carol "Here We Come A-wassailing" is basically a tribute to this , which uses apple and cranberry juices instead of traditional cider.