Mix it up: Your beer that is. Add hot sauce, juice, tequila, and yes, even other types of beer. Sure, the possibilities are endless, but we've gathered some of our favorite beer cocktails here -- cheers.
Chilled craft beer is refreshing on its own but also lends itself well to other flavors. Mixing wheat beer with fresh orange juice and almond extract is one of our favorite combinations. Also up there? Stout and sparkling wine, as well as tequila and pilsner.
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Couldn't be simpler! Just mix equal parts stout and ale in a pint glass for a refreshing ombre drink.
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Homemade cranberry syrup and fresh ginger make ordinary pilsner festive enough for a holiday soiree or even an awards party (this is our go-to cocktail for the Golden Globes!).
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Stout plays nicely with dark rum in this unusual eggnog. Serve with a dollop of freshly whipped cream and a sprinkling of chocolate shavings to make it extra indulgent.
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Team cold beer with a fruity mixer like sour cherry nectar, and it becomes the life of the party!
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Honey, hot sauce, and two types of citrus juice (orange and lime) give this beer cocktail its punchy flavor.
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The next time you need a little hair of the dog, ditch the Bloody Mary and try this tomato- and beer-based cocktail instead. Chipotle peppers in adobo sauce give our version a spicy kick.
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Perk up your favorite Mexican beer with homemade limeade and a dash of hot sauce. Salt-rimmed glasses are a must for this refreshing cocktail.
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Fresh lime juice and a touch of sugar are all you need to transform pilsner into a summer-perfect drink.
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The name of the ancient drink known as wassail is Middle English for "cheers." Our version uses the traditional ale and apples and adds cider and Calvados for extra punch.
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