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15 Cocktails Using Ginger Beer, Summer's Coolest Mixer

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We all know (and love) the Moscow Mule, but it's time to get more creative with this season's trendy brew. With fruity flavors and vibrant colors, these ginger beer drinks are the perfect toast to summer. Cheers!

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Vanilla Bean
The Big Sister

Put your big girl pants on for this twist on a Moscow Mule, which mixes cranberry juice and and citrus flavors for a tart sip that will taste so refreshing all summer long.

Get the recipe at Vanilla and Bean.

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Heather Christo
Lemon Ginger Bourbon Fizz

If you reserve bourbon for cold winter nights, this cocktail might make you break it out for the summer time — lemon juice makes the bourbon a little less potent, and ginger beer and club soda add an effervescencethat's just right for how summer days. 

Get the recipe at Heather Christo.

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A Saucy Kitchen
Ginger Beer Paloma

A twist on the classic Paloma cocktail, these drinks call for ginger beer instead of club soda — and that little bit of ginger flavor makes all the difference.

Get the recipe at A Saucy Kitchen.

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How Sweet It Is
Ginger Beeritas

Margaritas are great, and regular ol' beeritas are nice, too. But swap in ginger beer for regular brews and you'll get a fresh cocktail with just a little bit of bite. Yum.

Get the recipe at How Sweet It Is.

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One Sweet Mess
Apple Ginger Bourbon Fizz

It's probably a cocktail first for you (it certainly was for us), but add apple butter to this beer-and-bourbon drink. It adds a caramelized spike you won't soon forget.

Get the recipe at .

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Gimme Some Oven
Sparkling Ginger Mint Juleps
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Love & Olive Oil
Ginger Melon Sangria

Planning a party? Try this sparkling take on a summer sangria that you can make by the pitcher.

Get the recipe at Love & Olive Oil.

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Cupcakes and Cutlery
Strawberry Mint Moscow Mule
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The Lemon Bowl
Blackberry Ginger Smash with Thyme

This gorgeous drink capitalizes on the fresh blackberries in season this summer, and with the option to use vodka, gin, or rum, the possibilities are endless. Might we suggest a different liquor for each batch?

Get the recipe at The Lemon Bowl.

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Ginger Breeze

Raise a glass to summer with this sunshine-colored cocktail.

Ingredients:

1/2 oz orgeat

1/8 oz vanilla bean bitters

1/8 oz herbisaint

1.5 oz lemon juice

2oz Ginger Beer

2 oz Veglio Michelino e Figlio Moscato d'Asti

Add everything other than Moscato d'Asti in Boston shaker and shake. Strain over new ice and top with Moscato d'Asti.

Courtesy of Veglio Michelino e Figlio.

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JJ Begonia
Apple Ginger Beer Cocktail

This delicious drink creatively combines ginger beer with apple cider and vodka. Top it with a cinnamon stick to cap off a cool summer evening, or easily transition into fall.

Get the recipe at JJ Begonia.

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Cherry Sparkler

Step up your wine game by mixing it with vermouth and ginger beer. The triple-threat combo adds drama to a sparkling prosecco.

Ingredients:

2 oz VOGA Prosecco

1 oz Pomegranate Juice

½ oz Sweet Vermouth

2 oz Ginger Beer

Cherry garnish

Fill glass with ice and then add the VOGA Prosecco, Pomegranate Juice, Sweet Vermouth and Ginger Beer. Add in a few cherries and mix well. Top with a single cherry and enjoy.

Courtesy of VOGA Italia.

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Treats + Eats
Mexican Mule Cocktail

With grapefruit in peak season, why not try this exciting twist on the standard mule? We won't even blame you for skipping the copper mug.

Get the recipe at Treats + Eats.

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Fresh Finish

The Brazilian cachaça lends itself to a bright and zesty beverage that just looks like a splash of summer.

Ingredients:

2 oz Cachaça 51

.5 oz lime juice

.5 oz simple syrup

.75 oz carrot juice

Ginger beer

Pour Cachaça 51, juice and syrup into shaker. Add ice, shake and strain into a collins glass with fresh ice. Top with ginger beer. Garnish with a candied ginger.

Courtesy of Cachaça 51.






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