Honey Cider-Beer Cocktails
Whether it's an adult version of an ice cream float, a pilsner bloody mary, or a citrus-spiked shandy, these beer cocktails are perfect for changing up your booze game. Easy to mix, and cheaper than solely serving liquor-based drinks to guests, beer cocktails are needed at your next party or tailgate.
The cider-honey base of this fall beverage makes enough for a whole batch. Beer and cider are refreshing and lower in sugar and alcohol than stronger potions, which tend to go down a bit too easily. The cider syrup needs time to cool; let it rest while you get ready for your party.
Adding hard cider to this beer creates a cocktail with a tangy edge and sweet notes to round it out. This cocktail is a perfect way to dress up your beer and create new flavors with any hard ciders that you have on hand.
Popular in Germany and other European countries, this beer-based mixed drink offers a subtle sour flavor. Premixed and homemade versions of shandy usually include carbonated lemonade but sometimes features different ingredients based on the location. This summertime variation blends fresh lemon and orange juice, honey, and vodka with the beer to create a refreshing seasonal drink.
Sweet and bright red, hibiscus syrup combines with Mexican lager beer (such as Sol or Tecate) to make a unique cocktail.
Perfect for your next taco night, this cocktail combines Mexican pale lager beer (such as Corona) with limeade for a tangy refreshing drink. Garnish with a lime slice.
Get any fiesta started with these frosty chillers. Simply combine Mexican pilsner beer (such as Pacifico) with Bloody Mary mix. Garnish with two pickled jalapeño slices.
This adults-only float is a must-make for a festive fall gathering. Depending on your crowd, you may want to provide straws, spoons, and refills. This beer float makes for a perfect dessert cocktail to finish off a great party or meal.
This cocktail plays with the notion of a beer cocktail and refines it. Lime and cucumber give this innovative cocktail a refreshing, subtle edge.
Serve a light, refreshing Cuban-inspired drink (pronounced "bool") made with lime juice, ginger ale, and your favorite bottled beer. We like it best with a pale ale or light-colored beer.