Beer cocktail

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A Queen Mary: beer, grenadine and maraschino cherries

A beer cocktail is a cocktail that is made by mixing beer with other ingredients (such as a distilled beverage) or another style of beer. In this type of cocktail, the primary ingredient is usually beer.

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