The best party punch recipes just taste like juice, which is why this Knock you Naked Party Punch is so good: it tastes like juice so you’ll drink so much you…you get the idea. This punch recipe is made with just three ingredients you already have on hand: Corona, vodka, and lemonade. Three simple ingredients, one fantastic cocktail recipe!
I’ve been going to the same hairdresser for years now and we always chat about life and work, family and friends when I’m there. Getting highlights and a cut takes about 2 hours, which is a significant amount of talk time. She knows I’m a food blogger so a lot of our time is spent talking about recipes or what we’ve been eating lately.
Recently we were talking about new cocktail recipes. We’re both doing the lower carb thing and want something that’s tasty but fun and fresh, so I told her all about my Skinny Vodka Party Punch. We got to talking about different punch recipes and she brought up one called Skip and Go Naked Punch. I’d never heard of that before but, obviously, the name was intriguing.
Apparently, Skip and Go Naked Party Punch is made of frozen pink lemonade concentrate, beer, and vodka. It sounded amazing and certainly one that would make you skip and at least fall down, if not get naked. They say beer before wine you’ll be fine but I’m pretty sure vodka and beer together you’re in the clear isn’t a thing, even though it rhymes.
I got home and decided that, since I’ve got all the party punch recipes on this site, that I needed to Skip and Go Naked too…but I didn’t have the right ingredients to make the original recipe. Instead I created my own – and better – drink. Since it’s got extra vodka and extra beer I decided to call it Knock You Naked Party Punch.
Knock you Naked Party Punch is an easy cocktail recipe made with lemonade, vodka and beer and it packs a punch!
Summer, to me, is all about punch. Pool parties and BBQs and the 4th of July – you need party punch at every turn. This alcoholic party punch recipe is the perfect addition to your summer plans…and the name is pretty fun to say too.
Beer Lemonade Vodka Punch is perfect for summer!
I mean, sure, I could have called this drink “beer lemonade vodka punch” but really, let’s take a run back to the 70s and call it something fun. Blogging has taken all the fun out of naming recipes, ha!
I’ve also seen this drink called the Skip and Go Lucky (and you can assume what you want from that). Jungle Juice is also a name that gets floated for mix-all-the-things drinks like this.
What lemonade goes best in party punch?
Just use your favorite. Sure you can make your own or use concentrate. When I decided to make this I had a jar of Simply Lemonade in my fridge, so I used that. I prefer the prepared lemonade to concentrate or powdered drink mix, but you can use what you like.
Use your favorite beer in beer punch.
I like using a lighter beer, like Corona or Bud Light in punch recipes like this. I feel like anything too strong or dark will overwhelm the lemonade. Beer lemonade with vodka needs a lighter beer to taste good.
This recipe is the perfect alcoholic punch for a crowd this summer!
As always when you’re making a cocktail recipe, alter it to your liking. If you want it stronger, add more vodka (but be careful…knock you naked but not OUT, mmkay?). If I’ve written this with a heavy hand, make it weaker by adding more lemonade or watering it down with club soda.
Serving this chilled is the perfect way to enjoy it – it’s a cool and refreshing cocktail recipe. I like garnishing it with lemon and cherry for color.
Learn how to make punch with all of my recipes. I can’t wait to make more beer cocktails for you (I have another waiting in the wings)!
Party Punch Recipes are perfect for a crowd:
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Knock You Naked Party Punch
- 52 ounces lemonade cold
- 2 cups vodka
- 36 ounces corona cold
- Lemons and cherries for garnish
- Mix all ingredientrs in a pitcher.
- Serve over ice garnished with lemon and a cherry.
Nutritional information not guaranteed to be accurate
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Published on: June 21, 2019