Beer Margarita

Beer Margarita
Beer Margarita
Beer Margarita

Drink Recipes

A delicious cocktail recipe for Beer Margarita, with limeade, Corona lager, vodka and water.
6 oz can frozen limeade concentrate
12 oz bottle Corona lager
6 oz vodka
6 oz water
In a large pitcher mix the Corona and limeade mixture (follow the directions on the frozen limeade except substitute one can of water with one can of vodka - cheap is fine). Serve in frosted mugs with ice. Note: Can also be served in a Margarita or Daiquiri glass.

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Łove the idea
Perfect way to drink your usual Corona another way - love it!
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The best way to enjoy beer
Sometimes I want a little more kick out of the beer. This is a great twist without all the aftertaste left by its Jaggermeister style cousin. Really great on a hot day.
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A personal favorite
Anyone who likes beer and vodka even a little- will love this drink. Also, the limeade is a great addition that really makes a difference in this drink. Easy to make, and easy to enjoy (by both men and women)! Serve in large quantities so that you won't run out of it too fast...and drink up!
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Natural combination...
Refreshing combination of beer and vodka (I also think that even sweeter mixers like tequila would work fine). Give you beer a real kick in can... and don't put too much of the limeaide (or lemonaide) into the cocktail.
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Great touch for beer parties
This is the perfect mixed drink recipe for women who hate to drink beer, but it also prevents you from having to buy too much hard liquor at your next party. The frozen limeade is going to make for the perfect touch to Corona, but you can also use Pacifico beer if you so desire. Remember this is a drink to make in a large pitcher, so if you try to dilute the servings and make it in a highball glass, you’ll most likely end up messing up the recipe a little bit. Don’t let it sit in the sun too long either, or the beer will get a funky taste.
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