When a party is going to be happening, way not make a large batch of cocktails, to have on tap, to imbibe your guests with, verses making small batches of cocktails all night | day.  This recipe makes 5 gallons of classic Margaritas or about 80 servings.

Margaritas for a Crowd
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80 servings 10 minute
Margaritas for a Crowd
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80 servings 10 minute
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80 servings 10 minute
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Instructions
  • Begin by having a clean and sanitized 5 gallon keg ready and the lid removed. I like to purge the keg with Nitrogen | CO2 Blend, as this gas is heavier than air, helping preventing oxygenation.
  • Pour in the tequila, Cointreau | Grand Mariner | Triple Sec, lime juice and alkaline water.
  • Seal with its lid and attach the Nitrogen | CO2 Blend to the out port on the keg. Turn the regulator to 40 PSI and begin to shake the keg. After a few shakes, lift the pressure relief value to purge any remaining air in the keg. This will also help keep the chance of this cocktail going bad.
  • Remove the gas line and label the cocktail. Place it into a The libation Trailer, kegerator or other refrigeration and keep below 40°F | 4°C.
Recipe Notes

Cost for 5 Gallons of Margaritas:

Tequila, blanco: $80.00

Triple Sec: $40.00

lime Juice: $22.00

Alkaline Water: $4.00


Total Cost: 146.00

Total Servings: 80

Cost Per Serving:  $1.82

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