The Drunken Moogle

Gae Bolg (Final Fantasy XIV cocktail)
Ingredients:.75 oz Blue Curacao1.5 oz Bacardi Dragon Berry5 oz Limeaid1 Twizzler
Dragoons have always been one of my favorite classes in Final Fantasy games, and XIV is no exception. To coincide with Geek & Sundry’s own Nika Harper making a REAL Gae Bolg on Arcade Arms, I thought I might create a drink in honor of the legendary spear. This strawberry lime mix, with a hint of curacao, this cocktail is great for a hot summer day after hours of slaying dragons. Check out how to craft the drink in the video below and let me know your favorite Final Fantasy class in the comments!
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Gae Bolg (Final Fantasy XIV cocktail)

Ingredients:
.75 oz Blue Curacao
1.5 oz Bacardi Dragon Berry
5 oz Limeaid
1 Twizzler

Dragoons have always been one of my favorite classes in Final Fantasy games, and XIV is no exception. To coincide with Geek & Sundry’s own Nika Harper making a REAL Gae Bolg on Arcade Arms, I thought I might create a drink in honor of the legendary spear. This strawberry lime mix, with a hint of curacao, this cocktail is great for a hot summer day after hours of slaying dragons. Check out how to craft the drink in the video below and let me know your favorite Final Fantasy class in the comments!

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Drinking Quest Trilogy - Kickstarter
We’ve told you about the Drinking Quest games before. They’re fun, light tabletop RPGs that are also drinking games! They’re great for introducing friends to pen and paper RPGs over a few drinks. 
Now, the entire trilogy will be available in one box, with new improvements and bonuses. Fully colored cards for games 1 and 2, a combat system with multiple dice, larger cards, and even 3 new quests await heroes on a humorous boozy adventure. 

The Kickstarter has been funded, but there’s still a week left to attain stretch goals. My favorite of these is an entire new quest inspired by everyone’s favorite Blue Bomber. 

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Kickstarter without a ton of pledge rewards. Want to play a game of Drinking Quest with Mitch from The Drunken Moogle, Jason Anarchy (the creator of Drinking Quest), and Blake Boston (Scumbag Steve)? It’s your lucky day, because that’s one of the perk levels!
For more info on Drinking Quest Trilogy Edition, head over to the Kickstarter 

Drinking Quest Trilogy - Kickstarter

We’ve told you about the Drinking Quest games before. They’re fun, light tabletop RPGs that are also drinking games! They’re great for introducing friends to pen and paper RPGs over a few drinks. 

Now, the entire trilogy will be available in one box, with new improvements and bonuses. Fully colored cards for games 1 and 2, a combat system with multiple dice, larger cards, and even 3 new quests await heroes on a humorous boozy adventure. 

The Kickstarter has been funded, but there’s still a week left to attain stretch goals. My favorite of these is an entire new quest inspired by everyone’s favorite Blue Bomber. 

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Kickstarter without a ton of pledge rewards. Want to play a game of Drinking Quest with Mitch from The Drunken Moogle, Jason Anarchy (the creator of Drinking Quest), and Blake Boston (Scumbag Steve)? It’s your lucky day, because that’s one of the perk levels!

For more info on Drinking Quest Trilogy Edition, head over to the Kickstarter 

Blackout (Watch Dogs cocktail)
Ingredients:2 oz Blackberry Brandy1 dash Triple Sec1 dash Lavender BittersTop with Champagne 
Knock out the city lights and get lost in this Watch Dogs drink. Inspired by the game’s setting and use of hacker tools, the Blackout is a take on the classic Chicago cocktail. Just don’t have too many, or you’ll find out the second reason it’s named Blackout! Check out the video below to see how to make it. For more geeky drink videos, make sure to subscribe to the Geek & Sundry Vlogs channel. Last week I was at E3! Check out some of the games and sights on my E3 video. 

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Blackout (Watch Dogs cocktail)

Ingredients:
2 oz Blackberry Brandy
1 dash Triple Sec
1 dash Lavender Bitters
Top with Champagne 

Knock out the city lights and get lost in this Watch Dogs drink. Inspired by the game’s setting and use of hacker tools, the Blackout is a take on the classic Chicago cocktail. Just don’t have too many, or you’ll find out the second reason it’s named Blackout! Check out the video below to see how to make it. For more geeky drink videos, make sure to subscribe to the Geek & Sundry Vlogs channel. Last week I was at E3! Check out some of the games and sights on my E3 video

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Gurdyroot Infusion (Harry Potter mocktail)
Ingredients:2 oz Orange Juice3 oz Sparkling Red Grape Juice1 oz Ginger Ale1 slice of fresh Ginger as a garnish
May is the anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts and I thought it would be an opportune time to make a Harry Potter drink! This mocktail is alcoholic free and very easy to mix in large quantities, making it a perfect drink for muggles (or wizards and witches) of all ages at a Harry Potter themed party. For more info on the inspiration behind the drink and to learn how to mix it, check out the video below.
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Gurdyroot Infusion (Harry Potter mocktail)

Ingredients:
2 oz Orange Juice
3 oz Sparkling Red Grape Juice
1 oz Ginger Ale
1 slice of fresh Ginger as a garnish

May is the anniversary of the Battle of Hogwarts and I thought it would be an opportune time to make a Harry Potter drink! This mocktail is alcoholic free and very easy to mix in large quantities, making it a perfect drink for muggles (or wizards and witches) of all ages at a Harry Potter themed party. For more info on the inspiration behind the drink and to learn how to mix it, check out the video below.

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Seventh Heaven Bar (Final Fantasy VII t-shirt)
by Nina Matsumoto - $11 on The Yetee

Tifa’s famous dive bar in Final Fantasy VII was not only a cozy dive bar in the slums, but also the home of secret organization Avalanche. Here’s to hoping wearing this shirt to a bar will allow you access to a hidden passageway while playing on a pinball machine.