Beer Margaritas

Beer Margaritas

This is my 200th post on this blog! And since I posted Blood Orange Margaritas for my 100th post, I figured why not keep with tradition and do another kind of margarita? Sounds good to me!

beer margarita

These are delicious: super easy to throw together, and they go down easy (perhaps too easy?). The beer flavor is definitely there but not overpowering, so anyone who doesn’t care for beer too much will probably still enjoy and be tempted to guzzle a glass of this libation. And it’s so perfect for a summer barbecue. Or take a pitcher of them to the beach!

Beer Margaritas

I want to say a huge thank you to all my readers, to everyone who pins my recipes, to all you comment leavers and lurkers – I love you all and am so grateful to you. Thank you for making this job so much fun! Cheers to 200 posts and counting!!

Beer Margarita

Source: The Boozy Baker by Lucy Baker

4 (12 oz.) light-flavored beers, such as Tacate or Corona
1 cup tequila
½ cup orange liqueur
1 cup frozen limeade concentrate, thawed
Lime wedges
Kosher salt

Combine the beer, tequila, orange liqueur, and limeade in a large pitcher and stir to blend. Rub the rim of each glass with a lime wedge and dip in some salt. Fill glasses with ice and pour the beer margaritas. This will make 6 to 8 drinks as written.

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