Root Beer Float Kits for the 4th of July with Personalized Liberty Beer Bottle Labels from Evermine (www.evermine.com)
4th of July is coming up and this year I’ve decided to gift Root Beer Float Kits to my friends and family. To me, a root beer float is the classic American treat, and what better time to enjoy one than on July 4th! Creating this kit was both fun and easy, and will make the perfect hostess gifts when we do our annual 4th of July BBQ hop.

Root Beer Float Kits for the 4th of July with Personalized Liberty Beer Bottle Labels from Evermine (www.evermine.com)

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Root Beer Float Kit
Recipe Type: Drinks, Dessert
Author: Rachel Beyer
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • Large basket or container
  • Bottled root beer
  • Custom bottle labels
  • Mugs
  • Paper straws
  • Wood or plastic spoons
  • Ice cream scoop
  • Vanilla Ice Cream (or an ice cream coupon or gift certificate would work great)
  • Paper napkins
Instructions
  1. To assemble my kit, I first soaked the labels off the bottles of root beer and added Liberty style [url href=”https://www.evermine.com/beer_labels/” target=”_blank”]custom labels[/url] that say, “Just Add Ice Cream.” I found the large red container, blue ice cream scoop and mason jar mugs at my favorite store, The Dollar Tree, and carefully arranged everything together. I sure hope my friends and family love this idea!
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Root Beer Float Kits for the 4th of July with Personalized Beer Bottle Labels from Evermine (www.evermine.com)

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Rachel Beyer is an artist, designer and creative maker based in Portland, OR. She loves crafting, party planning and illustration. Rachel runs her own creative blog, Adventures In Making and also has a line of greeting cards, art prints and handmade goodies called Camp Smartypants.


One comment

  1. OMG! The rootbeer float is fantastic. I made it yesterday when I had a craving for sugar and it hit the spot. I got the recipe off of the Recipies, of course. But in short, you mix 2 tbls of heavy cream with diet rootbeer. I feel that this is the answer to my sticking to the low carb diets. This time I have been making dishes from the Recipes and that too is also the answer to sticking to this diet. Before I would just have chunks of protein nothing fancy. Consequently, by making my food taste good and having something sweet, I feel I just may be successful this time around.

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