7 Easy-To-Make Beer Cocktails To Try
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These refreshing beer cocktails will help you unwind, relax, and quench your thirst. Even on its own, beer is fantastic. Put it in a cocktail, though? And it creates a whole new world of opportunities. Cocktails made with beer have all the fizz of regular beer.

Additionally, a cocktail's flavours are included. All beer styles are acceptable, including lagers, pale ales, IPAs, porters, and Mexican beers. These beer drinks are all incredibly tasty and simple to make. So raise a glass of beer and say 'cheers' to beer cocktails!


In a porchcrawler or porchclimb, light beer, vodka, and lemonade concentrate are the main ingredients. Vodka, gin, rum, or whisky are the most popular alcoholic beverages for the drink. The end result is typically a punch that is very alcoholic, carbonated, and yellow in colour.


Using Mexican beer, tomato juice, lime juice, and hot sauce, the Michelada is a fiery beer cocktail. The drink can be thought of as a cross between a Bloody Mary and a beer margarita. The best part is the rim of the glass, which has a salty, savoury flavour from a combination of Old Bay, chilli powder, and celery salt. From summertime afternoon beverages to brunch with a Mexican theme, the flavour is perfect for many different situations.

Ruby Hearts:

With mezcal, lime juice, cinnamon-demerara syrup, IPA, and Campari bitter liqueur, this drink demonstrates that bitter is really better. The bitter tastes complement the richness of the syrup, and the mezcal's grassy smokiness, rather than overpowering the drink, creates an unexpectedly well-balanced mixture.

Black And Tan:

The Black and Tan is a traditional beer cocktail. It's a pub staple for the typical worker because it's classy yet casual. Making it at home is also simple. There is a shimmering ale at the bottom. A dark stout is placed on top. The distinctive pattern is created by the beers' densities and the order in which you pour them. Pour some bass ale first into a pint glass. Then add equal parts of Guinness stout to complete. That's all there is to it!

Lemon Shandy:

Some call it a lemon shandy, others a shandygaff, but we just call it a delightful boozy lemonade. This one is quite simple to prepare and is excellent for relaxing on a hot summer day. In a glass, combine equal parts beer and lemonade. Add a lemon slice for decoration. Sit back and enjoy it, or gulp it down if you're a ravenous beast.

Beer Margarita:

Whether they are made with pineapple, mango, or prickly pear, margaritas are delicious. That also applies to beer margaritas. It contains tequila, lime juice, and Cointreau, along with the other standard margarita components. The addition of beer is the only difference. Lagers function especially well. For a flavour that is hop-forward, you can also try an IPA.

Boiler Room:

This refreshing drink, which combines bourbon, ginger liqueur, marigold tea, lemon juice, honey syrup, and wheat beer on top, combines well-known flavours in an unexpected way. You'll start using it as your new go-to comfort drink.