Have you ever picked up a bottle of wine on your way to a dinner party, only to realize it wasn’t cold enough to drink? A common way to chill wine is to add ice cubes, but this tactic dilutes your drink. Take a look at this video to see how Brian uses frozen grapes to keep his well-deserved glass of wine cold, refreshing, and ready to drink.
Throwing parties can be incredibly rewarding and a lot of fun, but it can also be stressful and overwhelming. Try not to stress yourself out this holiday season.These useful strategies are simple ways to keep your party running smoothly and stress-free. From frozen fruit to mismatched plates, we’ve compiled the perfect list for fall party success.
Party hacks exist to help you survive dinner parties. As we move deeper into fall, backyard barbecues are becoming a rare occurrence. Instead, you have to entertain your guests inside. Though this is a lot more difficult than shoving everyone into a backyard with a burger and beer, you can still throw a great bash that requires minimal effort on your end. With these 10 last-minute ideas, you’ll be throwing an incredible bash in no time.
Beer Case Cooler
Place a garbage bag inside an empty beer case and fill it up with ice to create a disposable cooler. Use whatever beer box you buy as your recycled cooler. It’s a DIY project that keeps brews cold, while representing the brewery they came from.
Bottle Opener Access
The one thing people are always searching for at a party is a bottle opener. Use colorful ribbons to tie bottle openers to your coolers or bins for easy access. That way, you don’t have to worry about trying alternative methods of opening your drinks.