Tailgating Cocktail: The Yellow Hammer

Tervis Tumbler Giveaway
I’ve posted about Yellow Hammers on this blog before, but there’s a fun giveaway going on today, so I thought I’d share the actual recipe this time! Yellow Hammers originated at a bar in Tuscaloosa, home of the University of Alabama #rolltide, called Galettes, which has been there forever. I’ve only had actual Yellow Hammers from there a couple of times, but we’ve made them at home on several occasions!

So Yellow Hammers are basically pineapple juice, orange juice, vodka, Malibu rum, and some more rum. How could they not be good, right? I like to garnish mine with some cherries and orange slices, but I think even some fresh pineapple slices would be nice if they’re in season and you feel like being fancy at your tailgate.

Yellow Hammer
Scroll down below the recipe for a fun tailgating and Tervis tumbler giveaway! How cute would it be to walk around with your Yellow Hammer in one of these tumblers on game day? All the other tailgaters will be jealous. 😉

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The Yellow Hammer
 
Ingredients
  • 2 oz vodka
  • 3 oz Malibu rum
  • ½ oz dark rum
  • 8 oz (1 cup) pineapple juice
  • 3 oz orange juice
  • Garnishes: cherries, orange slices, pineapple cubes/slices
Instructions
  1. Fill a glass with ice and add ingredients. Stir and garnish.
  2. Roll tide.

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Giveaway time! This Tervis Tumbler & Tailgating prize pack includes:

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Also make sure to check out these fabulous ladies and their Tervis + Tailgating posts as well!

Liz from Pretty Sweet Life // Molly from Hey There Sunshine // Aubry from Finding Beautiful Truth // Beth from Bethcakes // Meredith from Meredith Noelle // Rachel from Stupid Good Rachel // Elizabeth from Lizzy is Dizzy

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