Beer Margaritas are a very interesting twist on the traditional Margarita cocktail. If you’re looking to serve a fruity drink that is slightly more mellow and bitter than the traditional margarita, this is the drink you should go for!
This is the perfect drink to relax with, be it beside the poor or at a casual evening with friends. Best of all, it is extremely simple to prepare! It does not require any shaking or blending. All you have to do is stir the ingredients in a glass, and it is ready to be served!
Ingredients To Make Beer Margaritas
- 12 fluid ounces (0.35 l) of beer
- 12 fluid ounces (0.35 l) of chilled tequila
- 1 lime, cut into wedges
- 12 fluid ounces (0.35 l) of frozen limeade concentrate
- Coarse salt
Preparation Step By Step
- Use the lime wedges to wet the rim of the margarita glasses. Apply the salt to the rims for that perfect margarita glass look and enhanced taste!
- Add the beer, limeade and tequila to a mixing glass and stir well until the limeade has melted completely.
- Pour the mixture into the margarita glasses and garnish with lemon wedges.
- Serve cold. There you have it! An excellent twist on an old classic, that will be enjoyed by both beer and cocktail lovers!
Brief History Of Beer
Beer is the alcoholic beverage fermented from cereal. Today almost always barley malt although, throughout history, any grain has served as an ingredient: rye, oats, spelt, millet, sorghum… The first written recipe that proves the existence of beer was found in the Sumerian people, the first great civilization of the Middle East, where the art of preparing it was quite common, especially among women. Their deity of beer, the goddess Ninkasi, tells how the females were in charge of making spiced barley bread and letting it ferment with water in jars of water. After a few days, there were already expert tasters who tasted it and drank it through straws to avoid the passage of grain from the surface.
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