5 Mardi Gras drinks in Mobile to try on Fat Tuesday

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Let’s get these good times a-rollin’. (Liv George / The Bama Buzz)

Happy Mardi Gras, Alabama! We are only one day away from the most exciting moment of the Mardi Gras season—Fat Tuesday. Now, as we all know, alcohol tends to be a main attraction during Mardi Gras parties (for those who are of age, of course).

That’s why we curated this list of five Mardi Gras specialty drinks to try this Fat Tuesday. Act quickly, too, most of these drinks are only available during the Mardi Gras season, so when they’re out, they’re out until next year.

1. The Jester: Wet Willie’s

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You know it’s about to go down when your drink is dressed up for Mardi Gras, too. (Wet Willie’s / Facebook)

What’s in it: mango, sour apple, purple piña colada

2. The Hurricane Mule: Loda Bier Garten

Whats in it: Loda’s own hurricane mix (orange juice, grenadine, lime, passion fruit, mango juice), white & dark rum, topped with ginger beer

3. We Did it First: POST

What’s in it: Tito’s vodka, Cointreau liqueur, blueberry basil syrup, lemon juice, ginger beer

4. Carnival Hurricane: Squid Ink

What’s in it: Campesino silver rum, gold fassionola mixer, lime, passion fruit, Bacardi anejo rum

5. Try one of 3 Mardi Gras themed beers over at Braided River Brewing Co.

There’s 3 beers to choose from, so here’s a little bit of info about each:

Boom Boom Ale: 5.3% Pale Ale with notes of creamy coconut, grapefruit and oak

Hurricane Alley Sour: 7.5% Sour with orange peel & passionfruit—made to taste like a cocktail

King Cake Stout: 10% Stout infused with vanilla, spices and milk sugar

Still need to finalize your Fat Tuesday plans? Check out some of our other Mardi Gras guides:

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Liv George
Liv George

A Georgia native soaking up the sun on the Gulf Coast. Lover of Mardi Gras, beach days, and historical sites.

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