This beer cocktail round up will help you take your beer to a whole new level. Mix up these delicious (and boozy!) beer cocktails!
Hey mixologists! Have you tried whipping up a beer cocktail? I’ve run across a lot of delicious and innovative recipes that you have to try. Beer cocktails are both fancy and familiar, and will wow your guests!
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My favorite beer cocktail is my Southern Peach Radler, a combination of light Pilsner beer, peach brandy, and lemonade! Garnish with fresh lemons — divine!
Get your feet wet with the simplest of beer cocktails, Taryn Williford’s Summer Shandy. Beer + lemonade — it’s basically an Arnold Palmer but with beer instead of iced tea. Yum!
Once you’ve mastered the regular shandy, give Camille Style’s Super Bowl Shandy a shot — the addition of blackberries and mint make the shandy super chic.
Instead of lemonade, Baking a Moment’s Strawberry Rhubarb Shandy uses a divine rhubarb syrup and strawberries to turn the shandy into a sweet girly treat.
Similar to a shandy, this Watermelon Beer from Perpetually Hungry is a refreshing take on the simplest of beer cocktails. And it’s so pretty!
Sub the vodka for beer in a margarita, and you have a Michelada! Freutcake has a spicy version that looks delicioso!
Texas and Germany meet in this tasty beer cocktail, Young Austinian’s Texas Rattler. Tart grapefruit (the state fruit of Texas) takes this German cocktail and makes it so deliciously southern.
If you’re having a crowd, whip up a batch of Pizzazerie’s refreshing Berry Beer Punch and you’re sure to wow all of your guests!
Another great party pitcher drink are these bright and crisp Cranberry Beergaritas from Wine and Glue! Mix up a pitcher for your next party.
If berries are your thing, Pretty Plain Janes has a delicious (and extra boozy) Raspberry Beer Cocktail that you’ve got to make.
If regular beer isn’t your thing, a Beacon Mule — made with ginger beer and bourbon — from Nerds with Knives might be just what you need to wet your whistle.
Hope you found something here that you’ll love — which one looks tastiest to you?