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Margarita with Beer recipe


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  • Margaritas

Believe it or not, the beer goes exceedingly well with lime. It's a refreshing change from the old humdrum margarita. Share with friends and family at your next get-together.

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IngredientsServes: 6

  • 350ml lime cordial, chilled
  • 350ml tequila
  • 350ml water
  • 350ml beer
  • ice
  • 1 lime, cut into wedges

MethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5min

  1. Pour lime cordial, tequila, water and beer into a large serving jug. Stir until well-blended. Add plenty of ice and garnish with lime wedges. Adjust with additional water, if needed.

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Reviews in English (934)

by hottie

I've been making this drink for years!! YUM!! You must try these changes. Use white tequila, use Corona Extra & instead of the water use 12 ounces of7UP!! Big Difference!-19 Mar 2007

by Larra Van Dyke

Absolutely love this recipe - you can't taste the beer and everyone's surprised if you tell them it's in there. I've done several variations - one I like the best is to use the full can of frozen lemonade instead of the smaller lime ade and add the juice of a whole lime. just keep the ratios of water and tequila equal w/the size of the frozen juice - use the container to measure (still one beer). So simple! Also, sometimes I put in Cointreau or Grand Marnier in place of some of the tequila - maybe 1/4 cup - it's sweet so keep it minimal. I always serve mine on the rocks. Or you can use another carbonated bev, such as ginger ale or one of those Smirnoff drinks. If you won't drink the whole batch in one sitting, just don't put the beer in to the pitcher; add it to each glass - that way you can save the batch for weeks and drink it as you want. I think it's best if the mix is at room temperature so the ice melts some. One more thing - I recommend using a lighter color beer so you don't make it look funky. Enjoy!-27 Sep 2007

by Joy Brady Beer

Like others said, this is a STRONG recipe, but people raved like mad. I had to email the recipe to everyone that came to the party. Use a mexican beer, as someone else recommended. I accidentally used Corona Light (I hate light beers) and it was still just terrific. I went out and bought a set of margarita glasses on the strength of my belief that I will make these margaritas at EVERY party I ever throw for the rest of my life. Use the coarse kosher salt, by the way, for the glasses, because you can use that sort of salt in lots of other ways, rather than getting "margarita" salt. Much cheaper, just as good.-11 Sep 2004


Easy Beergaritas

Learn how to make Beergaritas, a delicious, refreshing beer margarita drink! Make a pitcher of these amazing beer cocktails for your next party!

Have you heard of the Beergarita? I can tell you exactly when I became aware of this drink with a funny name.

My husband and I were living in Chicago at the time (too many years ago to count!), and he returned home one day after spending the afternoon at his favorite sports bar. He told me he'd enjoyed the game . and a few Beergaritas, a beer margarita combination.

To be honest, the drink sounded kind of ridiculous to me at the time. I think it was mostly the silly name. But, the joke was on me, because the Beergarita is actually pretty awesome!


What you’ll need: (Full printable recipe at bottom of page)

  • limes
  • Mexican Beer
  • limeade concentrate
  • tequila
  • coarse salt
  • Ice
  • Large pitcher
  • Margarita glasses or small glass tumbler like I used

Instructions:

  1. Begin by thinly slicing the limes and placing those pieces at the bottom of a large glass pitcher, Then cut another lime into wedges and set it aside.
  1. Next pour in two bottles of beer, one can of limeade concentrate and a 1/2 cup of tequila then stir to combine
  1. Scoop in ice and place in the fridge to chill for about 15 minutes.
  2. Serve in a salt rimmed glass with ice and garnish with a lime.


Comments

Ann, these look sooo refreshing!! Pete loves making beer cocktails so I know he’ll be excited to whip up a batch of these!

Thanks Sonali, and they are! I hope you and Pete enjoy!

My husband saw this in the paper and decided we needed to try it…
so on TRES de MAYO, we made a batch in preparation for CINCO de MAYO! Everyone loved them…not so sour like a regular margarita. We’re looking for a ‘signature drink’ for an upcoming wedding party rehearsal celebration for our son who thought a magarita would be a good choice…this just might be the recipe!

Love it! So happy these were a success and that they may be a part of the big celebration!

Our version:
1 large can frozen lemonade-into pitcher
Fill the emptied lemonade can with vodka-into pitcher
Add 1 can of lime light beer-into pitcher
stir until the lemonade defrosts (no blender!)

Serve to neighbors who can walk home or guests who are staying the weekend.

Thanks for noting your vodka version, Carol. It’s always good to have options!


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Margarita

The Margarita is one of the most popular cocktails in North America—for good reason. Combining the tang of lime and the sweetness of orange liqueur with the distinctive strength of tequila, the classic Margarita strikes all of the right keys. What’s less certain, however, is the drink’s origin.

Some say the cocktail was invented in 1948 in Acapulco, Mexico, when a Dallas socialite combined blanco tequila with Cointreau and lime juice for her guests. Others say that the Margarita, which translates to daisy flower in Spanish, was an inevitable twist on the Daisy, a cocktail template involving spirit, citrus, orange liqueur and soda. Make one with tequila, leave out the soda, and you get a Margarita. But regardless of how or when it was invented, the Margarita has earned its way into drinkers’ hearts.

When choosing your tequila, quality is key. Opt for a blanco made from 100% blue agave. If it doesn’t say this on the label, it’s mixto—a tequila composed of up to 49% mystery sugars. And although many people reach for premade sour mix, using fresh lime juice will result in a vastly superior drink. Then there’s the orange liqueur. What is a mandatory ingredient for some is rendered optional by others, who replace the sweetener with agave syrup. Go that route, and you get the Tommy’s Margarita, which was created in the early ’90s at Tommy’s Mexican Restaurant in San Francisco.

When talking Margaritas, it’s easy to get lost in stories about who invented the drink or become mired in debates over salt versus no salt blended or frozen triple sec, Cointreau or Grand Marnier. In our opinion, this version is the tried-and-true recipe for the best Margarita you can make. Memorize it, and you’ll always impress.


The Best Easy Beer Margarita recipe!

If you have never tried a Beer Margarita Recipe before, then add this one to your list of recipes to try! I love fruity frozen margaritas and a traditional margarita, but today I&rsquom sharing one of my favorite classic beer margarita recipes. Beer you ask. Yes! It sounds weird, but seriously so tasty! Some call it a Beerita, I call it a backyard barbecue waiting to happen.

A Beer Margarita will please everyone one in the crowd!Besides it tasting delicious, it&rsquos one of the easiest drinks to make, especially when you need large batches for parties.

Can&rsquot you just see this with a big plate of ribs? YUM!

Like I said, besides this being one of the most delicious cocktails, this beer margarita recipe is one of the easiest drinks to make in bulk. I can&rsquot stress how much this is the perfect recipe for a party. With only 4 ingredients, making pitchers for parties is a piece of cake. Serve your beer margaritas in jars and personalize them for even more festive fun!

How to make the BEST Beer Margarita

This easy beer margarita is a must make when hosting a Cinco de Mayo party! After mixing the drink in a large pitcher, pour into mason jars, add some sliced limes, then use cupcake liners to personalize the jar tops! Write your friend&rsquos names on the top of the jar or leave them blank and bring along a pen for people to write their own name.

Isn&rsquot this a fun idea? My friends always love it when I bring jars of margaritas to the party! I also like to make this Bloody Mary recipe for drinks in jars for brunch.


Made with freshly squeezed lime juice, orange liqueur, tequila, and just a touch of honey, this is the Best 5 Minute Margarita Recipe you'll ever make! One of the most popular cocktails in the world, and perfect for those hot Summer days! So without further ado, let's make my perfect homemade margaritas!


How to Make Frozen Margaritas Using Limeade

If you prefer frozen margaritas over on the rocks, you have a couple options.

    1. Pour the ingredients, without the ice, into a ziplock freezer bag. Seal, squeeze to combine, then lay flat in the freezer for 2-3 hours, or until frozen. The contents won’t freeze completely because of the alcohol, but become slushy. Pour into a glass and enjoy! (For big batch margaritas, use a plastic jug.)
    2. Pour a 12 ounce can frozen limeade concentrate, 1 cup tequila, and 4 ounces triple sec into a blender with ice. Blend to mix and enjoy. This option is best if you plan on drinking them immediately. Makes 6 cocktails.

    When we first made these easy beer margaritas way back in 2014 little did we know that Corona Beer would become a news headline.

    We will get through this and come out stronger!

    These Beer Margaritas have become our go-to easy refreshment on warm summer days. They are perfect to pair with barbecue or just relaxing outside.

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    Beer Margaritas

    Ingredients

    Lime
    Corona Beer
    Frozen concentrate limeade
    Tequila
    Ice

    Equipment Needed

    Pitcher - These Corona-Ritas are great served in a pitcher. You can make them up and serve them at a party.


    Beer Margaritas Recipe

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    • 1 lime cut into 8 wedges
    • 1/4 cup coarse salt
    • 2 bottles your favorite beer chilled
    • 1/2 cup frozen concentrate limeade thawed
    • 1/2 cup chilled tequila
    • Ice cubes

    Ingredients

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    • 2 bottles your favorite beer chilled shopping list
    • 1/2 cup frozen concentrate limeade thawed shopping list
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    How to make it

    • Rub lime wedges around rims of 4 margarita glasses. Dip rims into salt to coat lightly. In a medium pitcher combine beer, limeade and tequila. Fill prepared glasses with ice then with margarita mixture. Garnish with remaining lime wedges. Serve immediately.
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    This drink turned out awesome, sure will make again. Thanks

    OMG! we were drinking Margarita's last night when we tried your crispy fried eggplant! hubby always likes to have a beer before his Margarita now we can have both together! and we still have half that bottle of tequilla left eieieieieiyaaaa.

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