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beer cocktail is a cocktail that is made by mixing beer with a distilled beverage. In this type of cocktail, the primary ingredient is beer. A mixture of beer with a beverage that does not contain distilled alcohol is called a shandy.
List of beer cocktails [ edit ]
Alcoholic Dr Pepper –
Lager, cola and amaretto (thus mimicking the flavour of Dr Pepper). Bearfight – An
Irish Car Bomb (see below) followed by a Jägerbomb. Beermato – Beer mixed with
Clamato, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, Maggi hot sauce and salt (very popular in Mexico). Beermosa – Beer mixed with
orange juice. Most popular with with Wheat beer, and may be served with or without an orange wedge. Created in 2008 in Hazel Park, Michigan (currently popular in southeast Michigan). citation needed
Black and Tan – A drink made from a blend of pale ale and a dark beer such as a stout or porter.
Black Velvet – Stout with some sparkling wine or champagne.
Boilermaker – Glass of beer with a shot of whiskey.
Brass Monkey - A beverage created by adding orange juice to a partially drunk 40 ounce. Named after the Beastie Boys song although disputed whether this is the drink referred to in the song.
Flaming Doctor Pepper – Flaming drink made from beer, high-proof alcohol and Amaretto. Tastes like Dr Pepper. Gentleman – A shot of 151-proof
rum dropped into a glass of stout. Gose mit Kümmellikör – A shot of
Kümmel in a glass of Gose beer (popular in Leipzig).
Hangman's Blood – Porter combined with brandy, gin, and rum.
Irish Car Bomb – Irish stout with a mixed shot of Irish cream and Irish whiskey. Lunch Box – Beer mixed with
orange juice and Amaretto.
Michelada – Beer mixed with lemon juice, salt, Worcestershire sauce, Valentina and Maggi hot sauces.
Porchcrawler – Equal parts of beer, vodka, and lemonade concentrate. Portuguese Water Dog – A shot of
vermouth poured or dropped into a small glass of lager.
Sake bomb – A shot of sake poured or dropped into a glass of beer. Sloppy Rolando - A standard
martini is prepared and dropped into a glass of beer. Tom Bass –
Bass ale with a shot of Jägermeister served in a pint glass. [1 ] [2 ]
U-Boot – A glass of beer with a shot glass containing vodka "submerged" in it.
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