Sep 022013
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Thank you to the Brew Over Ice crew for providing supplies that inspired this post on end of summer party ideas.  All words and opinions are my own.

While in Chicago at the Sweet Suite event one of the things that took my eye was the iced drinks bar.  They had multiple Keurig machines lined up, buckets full of ice, and a number of Brew Over Ice beverages from which to choose.  I loved the look of it so much that I decided to recreate my own little brewing station to combat the heat we’ve been experiencing the last few days.

A Brew Over Ice drink station would be a great addition to any summer or fall party.  Backyard BBQs, pool parties, bridal or baby showers, or just to celebrate the start of a new school year.  Who wouldn’t love to create their own perfect blend of iced coffee, iced tea, or lemonade, to name a few?

End of Summer Party Ideas: Make-Your-Own Iced Drinks #LoveBrewOverIce

Iced Drinks Station

  • Keurig Brewing Machine (more than one if you have access)
  • Brew Over Ice K-Cups: Iced Coffee, Iced Tea, Lemonade, or Vitamin Burst, in multiple flavors
  • Sturdy plastic or metal cups (do not use glass containers)
  • Lots of ice
  • Ice Bucket and Tongs
  • Drink mix-ins and toppings: whipped cream, chocolate sauce, cinnamon, caramel sauce, etc.
  • Sweet treats: Candy, brownies, cookies, cupcakes, truffles, macaroons, etc.

End of Summer Party Ideas: Make-Your-Own Iced Drinks #LoveBrewOverIce

Once your station is set up your work is done.  People can stop by, make their own custom drink, and have a little snack.  You just fill your cup with ice and place it under the brewer.  Pop in your choice of K-Cup and select the 6- or 8-oz button for best results.  Wait a  few seconds and you’ll have a nice, cool drink on a hot day.

End of Summer Party Ideas: Make-Your-Own Iced Vitamin Burst Drinks #LoveBrewOverIce

I’ve always loved using my Keurig machine at parties and gatherings.  It lets me give people a lot of drink options without having to brew multiple batches of beverages that will just go to waste.  Now with Brew Over Ice blends, I can offer my guests even more from which to choose.

End of Summer Party Ideas: Make-Your-Own Iced Coffee #LoveBrewOverIce

Have some of your own end of summer party ideas where serving Brew Over Ice drinks sounds good?  One winner is going to receive a prize pack that includes 3 K-Cup Brew Over Ice samples, Brew Over Ice coasters, Brew Over Ice tumbler, a light-up Brew Over Ice ice bucket, and tongs.  Giveaway closed – congrats Carol M!

What end of summer party ideas do you have to incorporate Brew Over Ice?

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About Liza

Liza is a mom (5-year-old daughter, 20-year-old stepson, and 24-year-old stepdaughter) and wife living in Louisville. She loves spending time with her family, visiting the local zoo and parks, as well as planning travel adventures. Cooking and baking, DIY projects and crafts, and coffee - lots and lots of coffee - round out some of her other hobbies.

  13 Responses to “End of Summer Party Idea: Make-Your-Own Iced Drinks Station”

  1. It would be fun to have a Brew Over Ice Cul-De-Sac Party!

  2. I would serve these at Dinner parties!

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  4. I would use it daily. No special occasion needed.

  5. My mother in laws bday party!

  6. at a halloween party

  7. I would serve them at a home BBQ.

  8. got a family birthday party coming up

  9. I’m having a reception after my destination wedding. This would be great for that!

  10. I would use at birthday parties.

  11. my weekly book club meeting

  12. I would serve it at any gathering, especially any celebrations.

  13. I am having an Indian Summer party in a few weeks!! I would TOTALLY use it then

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