Whether you take long walks or take up a racquet, summer is the time to be active. And, working up a sweat means working up a thirst. Sure, we recommend that you hydrate with some H\u20820 or a sports drink, but when you\u2019re having fun with friends, water satisfies only so much. Different strokes call for different drinks, so pick your game and get the (responsible) fun started.\r\n\r\n\r\nCamping | Boxed or Tetra Pak Drinks\r\nWhy: Whether you favor wine or cocktails, the last thing you want to do is lug heavy bottles, even if car camping. A range of boxed products offer many choices, and don\u2019t be wary of the nontraditional format\u2014you can find some great juice in those alternate packages. Mason jars with handles and caddy, are ideal for easy transport on and off court.\r\n\r\n\r\nDisc Golf | Wheat Beer\r\nWhy: Nothing goes better with ice-cold refreshment than hanging out with buddies on a grass course that features trees and somewhat hilly terrain. If this is your game, you\u2019ll be working up a sweat, and more alcoholic IPAs will sit heavy. Opt for a supercold wheat beer for hitting the sweet spot.\u00a0Burton Beeracuda is an insulated two-liter sleeve that you throw across your back for carting cans. It even has an external koozie.\r\n\r\n\r\nCycling | Ros\u00e9 from Provence\r\nWhy: There\u2019s something about cycling on the open road that makes us think of France\u2014perhaps it\u2019s that 23-day, 2,200-mile race they do over there. Even if you just ride around your city, a summer-savvy pink wine is a refreshing post-ride reward for being a pedal-pusher.\u00a0Bicycle-mounted leather wine carrier.\r\n\r\n\r\nBoating | Sparkling Wine\r\nWhy: Is there anything more refined than a day at sea in a boat with the sun glistening off the water? Whether you\u2019re on a majestic yacht, a sleek sailboat or a center console, it\u2019s all about bubbly. No matter if you sip Champagne, Cava, cr\u00e9mant or other sparklers, just go with the flow.\u00a0Acrylic sippy cups are BPA-free and keep wine chilled. The colored lids help you find your drink after you\u2019ve opened the sixth bottle.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n Fishing | Cans of Session Lagers\r\nWhy: Fishing is about kicking back and not having a care in the world. This isn\u2019t the time to be fussy. You want good, cold, cheap beer to crack open\u2014maybe even shotgun\u2014as you gently float downstream.\u00a0A large mesh laundry\u00a0bag \u00a0can be used to capture the empty cans.\r\n\r\n\r\nTennis | Pimm\u2019s Cups\r\nWhy: Wimbledon, the sport\u2019s most historic and prestigious tournament, famously holds court over a fortnight each summer in England, which is also home of the Pimm\u2019s Cup. Traditionally made with cucumber, it\u2019s also often packed with strawberries, peaches and other fruit, which makes this refreshing, low-ABV cocktail an all-day sipper.\u00a0Mason jars with handles and caddy, for easy transport on and off court.\r\n\r\n\r\nCroquet | Gin and Tonic\r\nWhy: A backyard garden party is a great way to while away an afternoon. Croquet hails from the UK, and what cocktail typifies Merrie Olde England more than a gin and tonic? Or, get things rolling with lawn bowling\u2014Italian (bocce) or French style (p\u00e9tanque) for an internationally themed afternoon soir\u00e9e.\u00a0A set of Copa de Balon glasses, because you shouldn\u2019t drink your gin and tonic any other way.\r\n\r\n\r\nHiking | Bottled Whiskey Cocktails\r\nWhy: Whether it\u2019s a mountainside climb or a trailside trek, hiking can involve rugged routes. And when you feel tough, whiskey is a natural choice. Several well-made bottled cocktails have hit the market and are easy to transport. Or, simply fill a flask with your favorite Bourbon for easy sipping.\u00a0A bota bag can hold one liter and easily slings over your back.