Want to know how to do Sake Bombs? Awesome! This article will answer all your questions concerning how to do a Sake Bomb, what a Sake Bomb is and what makes up the famous Sake Bomb. First of all, Sake Bombs only consist of two things, a shot of Sake and a glass of beer. You actually can just add the shot to your beer, however the excitement of this popular drink comes from the excitement of when the shot is loaded into your glass of beer. This article will explain how to do Sake Bombs with much fun needed!
Things You Will Need:
- First of all, decide what type of beer you want to go along with your Sake. Sake bombs consist of only beer and a shot of Sake. While some say that Sake tastes great, some say it doesn't, so in general, that's a personal preference. You will need to gather the beer you enjoy drinking the most. Some people are Bud fans, some Miller fans, and so on. This is one of the main ingredients for your Sake Bomb, so make it a good one!
- Secondly, you will need to buy your Sake to make your Sake Bomb. Go to your local liquor store, and search for your chosen brand of Sake. Most liquor stores offer different brands of Sake; you can choose the cheaper or more expensive type of your choice.
- Next, you will need to gather a few friends, to try out your new Sake Bomb drink. You don't need extra people to watch your Sake Bomb explosion, but the more people, the more fun it is! You can even count down to when your throw your shot of Sake into your beer.
- To successfully do a Sake Bomb, you will need to throw a shot of Sake into your glass of beer. You can do this two ways, it's really up to you. You can buy disposable shot glasses, which are plastic, into your beer with the Sake or you can just pour the shot of Sake into your beer. After that, you will need to drink the entire glass of beer with the Sake in order to have successfully done a Sake Bomb. Enjoy!
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