11 Delicious Ginger Beer Cocktails To Spruce Up Your Menu

Cocktail Recipes

Best Ginger Beer Drinks

The ginger beer drink is a sweet and spicy beverage that can be served as an alternative to the traditional ginger ale. It's perfect for those who want something with more of a kick than ginger ale, but not quite ready for hard liquor.

Ginger beer drinks are gaining popularity in bars and restaurants all over the world because they're easy to make and taste great! So, in this blog post, we'll talk about some ginger beer cocktail recipes you might want to add to your list of favorite drinks.

1. Añejo Highball 

A glass of Añejo Highball

If you are looking for a refreshing cocktail to enjoy on the patio this summer, then try making an Añejo Highball. Ginger Beer is the star of this drink because it provides a spicy and sweet flavor that will make your mouth water!

Get the recipe here.

2. Irish Ale

A glass of Irish Ale

This drink is perfect for St. Patrick's day or any Irish themed party! It has a light, refreshing taste with just the right amount of spice. Ginger beer adds an interesting flavour to this cocktail that you're not likely to find in most other drinks.

Get the recipe here.

3. Cranberry Ginger Shandy

A glass of Cranberry Ginger Shandy

Celebrate the season with this delicious ginger beer cocktail! Ginger, cranberry juice and beer are mixed together to create a citrusy twist on an old favorite.

Get the recipe here.

4. Apple Cinnamon Mule

A cup of Apple Cinnamon Mule

The Apple Cinnamon Mule cocktail is the perfect drink to enjoy during apple season. It's refreshing, delicious, and can be made with ingredients that are typically already in your kitchen! Plus, you will never get wrong in combining apple and ginger beer.

Get the recipe here.

5. Ginger and Apple Cooler

A glass of Ginger And Apple Cooler

This Ginger And Apple Cooler is a great drink to have on a hot day. The Calvados, ginger beer, and maple syrup combine for a refreshing flavor that will be sure to cool you down!

Get the recipe here.

6. Pimm’s Cup 

A glass of Pimm's Cup

Pimm's Cup will always be a perfect way to enjoy summer. It is an easy drink that you can make with just Pimm’s liqueur, ginger beer or lemonade and garnish it yourself! The refreshing combo of flavors leaves a smile on your face.

Get the recipe here.

7. Ginger Rickey

Glasses of Ginger Rickey

The Ginger Rickey is a fun twist on the classic Gin and Tonic! Imagine combining two of your favorite things: delicious, juicy berries with an invigorating burst from fizziness made even more refreshing thanks to ginger beer. This would make for a perfect holiday cocktail.

Get the recipe here.

8. Ginger Beer Margarita

A glass of Ginger Beer Margarita

The bright and refreshing taste of a Ginger margarita is perfect for those hot summer days. This delicious drink has been made with ginger beer, which gives it an extra kick that you will love!

Get the recipe here. 

9. Mexican Mule

Glasses of Mexican Mule

A bold drink fit for the occasion! The Mexican Mule is ready to go right when you need it and its tequila-based flavor makes this an even more delicious option. The Ginger Beer comes together beautifully with zingy lime in one sip that will quickly leave a lasting impression on your taste buds.

Get the recipe here.

10. White Wine Ginger Beer Sangria

Glasses of White Wine Ginger Beer Sangria

Here's a fun and refreshing drink for your next backyard BBQ or summer picnic. The White Wine Ginger Beer Sangria is the perfect solution to all those sips that need an extra kick! This batch cocktail will be sure to make heads turn with its gorgeous colors and delicious taste.

Get the recipe here.

11. Ginger Beer Paloma

A glass of Ginger Beer Paloma

Here's a cocktail you can share with your friends! This refreshing Paloma is made of ginger beer, lime juice and soda water. With just the right amount of sweetness and spice from the ginger beer, it'll have them begging for another sip in no time at all!

Get the recipe here.



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