Beer cocktails are having a serious moment right now. Drinks like this Mexican Mule Beer Cocktail are drawing in people that aren’t even huge fans of beer.
If you think about it, it’s easy to see why. The proliferation of microbreweries means that people are not only creating some really great beers, but they’re experimenting, and giving us flavor profiles that are out of this world. Having all this amazing beer at your fingertips, and enjoying the exploration, leads to more exploration. It just stands to reason that using these fab craft brews in a beer cocktail is the next logical step.
The combination of tequila, lime, and jalapeno in this Mexican Mule lends itself to a pretty classic flavor profile. We’re using Hornitos Plata tequila, which is dry and fruity, and slightly citrusy. It’s not that throat burning tequila we used to drink when we were in college. Oh, definitely not. The Hornitos Plata kicks this beer cocktail up a notch, and adds a layer of sophistication to it.
How to Make a Mexican Mule Beer Cocktail
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Doesn’t that sound delicious, and easy to make? This is a great cocktail option for Cinco de Mayo, or anytime, really.