The advantage of beer cocktails is that you can drink them by day, with lunch and in good company over the weekend. And now, with the arrival of spring, is a good time to start enjoying them. Don’t miss them!
This cocktail is ideal to enjoy your lunch. Its citrus flavour will give freshness to your palate.
- 120 ml orange juice
- 360 ml wheat beer
- Angostura bitters
- Pour the orange juice into a glass of beer previously cooled in the refrigerator.
- Add the beer gradually until filling the glass.
- Garnish the top with a few drops of Angostura bitters.
Hoegaarden Grand Cru is an original white beer (Weissbier) from Belgium, produced by low fermentation, with an ABV of 8%.
This cocktail of slightly spicy flavour thanks to ginger, is a particular way of enjoying a cocktail over the weekend.
- 120 ml ginger beer
- 180 ml Pale Ale
- Candied ginger
- Put ice in a shallow glass until halfway full.
- Pour the ginger beer in the glass with ice.
- Gradually add the Pale Ale until filling the glass.
- Garnish the cocktail with a little candied ginger on the edge.
You can replace the ginger ale, but look for one that is not too sweet, such as Bruce Costes.
Coopers Pale Ale 375ml is a pale ale from Australia that has a 4% ABV.
The Michelada is a cocktail that mixes different flavours. You can enjoy it right now just having the right ingredients.
- 120 ml Pale Ale
- 120 ml tomato juice
- 15 ml lime juice
- 1 teaspoon hot sauce
- 1/2 teaspoon celery salt
- 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
- 1/4 teaspoon togarashi (optional)
- Frost the edge of a whisky glass with sriracha or rimming salt. If they are not available, you can mix salt with cayenne pepper.
- Fill the whiskey glass with ice.
- Add all ingredients except beer and mix.
- Fill the glass with the Pale Ale.
- Serve immediately.
Damm Inedit 75cl is a pale ale brewed in Spain by high fermentation, with 4.8% ABV.
* Image: Octavio Troncoso (flickr)