Between the worlds of fizzy beers and fancy cocktails lie an in-between that encapsulates the best of both: beertails. Yes, you didn’t read that wrongly! It’s beertails, or otherwise known as beer cocktails, and these days, this trendy concoction is all the rage. They’re refreshing, easy to make, and versatile enough to suit anyone’s tastebuds. Try making these 7 beer cocktail recipes in a Thermos® JDE-600S ‘Go Green’ Protect The Sea Tumbler Cup with prep time under 10 minutes!
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Margarita and beer are a match made in heaven and this simple recipe will prove it to you! All you need is a light beer (Heineken is a good choice) frozen lemonade/limeade (make it into ice cube blocks), some tequila for extra booze and coarse salt to garnish. Serve it in the Tumbler Cup to keep the drink cold as you relish every sip.
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You would need to make a quick trip to the supermarket to get some ingredients for this recipe, but the end result is just so worth it! Trust us, this Michelada recipe is tangy, flavourful, a little spicy and will definitely satisfy your savoury cravings. We’d say that a little effort for a long night of fun is a good deal! Get the recipe here.
3. Strawberry Beermosa
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We’ve got Beergarita, and now we’ve got a mix of Mimosa and Beer, à la Beermosa. It’s like your regular fruit juice, but with an alcoholic kick and fizz. We recommend the base to be a wheat beer (Hoegaarden is a good choice), and follow the recipe with classic orange juice and strawberry puree. You can switch it up with different berries for a change too. Make one here.
4. Stout Hot Chocolate
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If you’re looking for a recipe that focuses on the richer flavours, this stout hot chocolate is made with that in mind! You can choose to top it off with whipped cream, chocolate sprinkles, candied coffee bean, or all together. Just remember to consume it fresh as it contains milk, though we feel you wouldn’t want to waste a second to guzzle this goodness (we’ve been there and we’ve certainly done that).
5. Steak Island Beer Cocktail
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Steak sauce and beer go well together when served as separate items, but to have it together in a cocktail drink does raise a lot of eyebrows. Thankfully, the Steak Island Beer Cocktail provides a quick explanation of how the ingredients work by complementing each other through the contrast of salt and sweet. If you’re up for an adventure and are willing to bite down on some capsicum chunks and black pepper in your cocktail, this recipe is for you.
6. Dublin Iced Coffee
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It’s 5 o’clock somewhere, and this coffee-infused-stout concoction is calling out to all the caffeine lovers and aficionados out there. You can have it the way you like your coffee: with milk (just remember to drink it while it’s fresh) or without. You can even spice things up with a dash of cinnamon, or add a shot of whiskey to make it more punchy! Make yours with this recipe today.
7. Lemonade Shandy
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A compilation of beertails will never be complete without a classic shandy recipe. It’s really easy to make, and most of the time you can’t go wrong with the flavours (especially when it utilises simple ingredients like berries and honey). This lemonade shandy recipe features a zesty, lemon-mint infused concoction, which makes it the best drink to have for a relaxing evening in Singapore.
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