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I love beer. I love margaritas. Why not combine the two to make beer margaritas? The three simple ingredients come together in these beer margaritas for a refreshing blend of beer and tequila with the perfect tang from the limeade concentrate.
When I decided to make beer margaritas, our friends also offered up their margarita maker. They also offered up the kid margaritas!
Everyone has the way they like their margaritas.
On the rocks
Traditional lime flavor
I like my margaritas cold. The rest is just details. Cold and full of tequila is how I like margaritas!
The secret to the perfect beer margarita is the limeade. I am not joking when I say I have five or six cans of frozen limeade in the freezer at any given time. I use the limeade in gin bucket, 3 rum punch, mermaid water, grinch punch, a lot of recipes! Limeade is one of those items a home bartender should have in their freezer at all times.
Now, back to the beer margaritas.
Start by mixing the half a can of limeade, half a can of tequila and two coronas. Go ahead and dump ALL of it in the margarita maker. But be warned, if you do dump it all in the maker it will be about this full…
OOPS! My bad. So, mix the ingredients of the margarita together in a pitcher before putting roughly half the mixture together in the margarita machine. The flip the switch and let the ice blend together with the margarita mix.
Here is the thing, if you don’t want to drink a frozen margarita, just serve the margaritas over ice.
Just don’t forget to rim your margarita glasses with margarita salt. You can’t have a good margarita without salt, right? Ok, I forgive you if you don’t want salt. Enjoy the beer margaritas regardless!
The three simple ingredients come together in these beer margaritas for a refreshing blend of beer and tequila with the perfect tang from the limeade concentrate.
- 3/4 cup frozen limeade concentration
- 3/4 cup tequila
- 2 bottles corona
Mix together the three ingredients
Serve frozen or over rocks in a salt-rimmed glass.