One of the primary reasons that people rent a party bus is that they can drink on the road. After all, you're not the one driving, are you? What should you bring, though? A party bus, while spacious, is not as big as a house. Because of that, you've got to be a bit more selective about best drinks to bring (and make sure you account for the space everything you bring will take up).
Best Drinks for a Party Bus Trip
There really isn't a "best drink" for a party bus, but the most common beverage choice is beer. At the end of the day, however, it really depends on what you are celebrating. If you're hosting a tailgate party, then beer is absolutely the way to go. Going on a winery tour? Well, maybe bring some wine! Let's look at the three best drinks to bring on a party bus:
As we mentioned above, beer is the number one drink of choice on a party bus. Since you'll be drinking for hours on end, you don't want to get too inebriated too early in the trip. Who wants to black out when they've just spent a bunch of money on a party bus? Plus, beer fits the bill for almost any occasion. From brewery tours to a simple night out on the town, beer is king.
One of the top destinations for party bus groups is a winery. Winery tours, especially those in the Texas Hill Country, are becoming more and more popular for party bus groups. If you're doing a winery tour, you're going to want to stick with drinking wine between drives. Why is that? Well, mixing any type of alcohol that isn't wine with wine is a recipe for a hangover. Keep it simple and bring some wine to your party bus!
For a bachelor party, whiskey may be the liquor of choice, but vodka seems to be the most widely-consumed liquor among the masses. Rum is too sweet. Gin is too spicy. Whiskey is too strong. But vodka? Vodka is just right for easy drinking. Now, this can prove to be dangerous, as easy-drinking usually translates to quickly consumed. So drink responsibly, and everyone will have a good time!
What Should You Prepare?
Don't forget, it is illegal for a party bus company to provide you with any liquor unless they have a liquor license, which most party bus companies do not have. So the first thing you should think to prepare is your ice chests.
A good rule of thumb is to bring one ice chest for every four people in your party. If you're bringing a mix of different types of alcohol, try to keep them grouped together in their own separate ice chests.
One thing that people tend to forget is cups! They never forget the booze or the ice, but people always forget cups. So be sure to buy some red solo cups or some plastic wine glasses for your alcohol.
Another good tip? Bring an extra ice chest full of bottled water. If you're going to be drinking for 8+ hours, you're going to want to hydrate!
How Can Ninja Buses Help?
While Ninja Buses cannot provide any alcohol for you, that doesn't mean we can't help you out! After all, we are providing the mode of transportation, aren't we? What we can do is offer you our expertise, which includes recommendations on how to have a good time. Those recommendations can be shared upon booking with us.
When you book a Ninja Bus, you will get access to an ice chest with bottled waters on all of our buses so all you have to worry about is the booze and food. If you'd like, you can even drop off your booze and food the day before a drive so we can have it set up for you when we pick you up! We know party-planning can be stressful. Our job is to make that process as easy as possible so you can actually enjoy your trip.
Contact Ninja Buses today to book your party bus and get your drink on!