Cherry Beer Margaritas

Cherry Beer Margaritas

 

I love a good summer drink. Last summer I was addicted to Lemonade Beer with Cherry Rum. These new drinks are very similar. 
 
I really enjoy the taste of the citrus with the beer. Probably why I enjoy a Corona with lime. And that’s where the flavor came from. Marry the corona and lime, with the lemonade beer/cherry rum recipe…and this is what I will be enjoying at 5:00pm on a summer evening. 
 
Yes, I know I used martini glasses, but my margarita glasses were dusty and I was lazy.
 
These glasses were too small.

 

 And if you’re wondering how it went, I drank the little one, hubby started the big one. Then I took his and finished it and refilled. And repeat. Yes he enjoyed them, but I didn’t feel like sharing much. Sorry babe. Don’t worry, I’ve stocked up on supplies so we will have them again VERY VERY SOON!
 
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Cherry Beer Margaritas

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle Corona (12oz)
  • 1 can Cherry 7up (12oz)
  • 1 can frozen limeade concentrate (12oz)
  • 12 oz tequila
  • lime and cherries for garnish

Instructions

  1. In a large pitcher, mix beer, 7up, limeade and tequila until completely combined. Serve over ice with a lime wedge and cherry. Enjoy!
Aimee

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Posted on May 23, 2012

Comments & Reviews

  1. Funny, I saw this on the REAL creator’s blog before you “came up with it”. As Judy Garland said..better to be a first rate version of yourself than a second rate version of someone else. Why not actually create something original?

  2. WOW! To all you “Anonymous-ie: too chicken to reveal your real selves people” I can tell you your “Friend” probably got this recipe from someone else too because the first time I had this “Margarita” was at a Pampered Chef party at least 12 years ago and the consultant said it came from either another consultant or the company. Check out my blog and you’ll find the same recipe posted even BEFORE you’re friend’s recipe, but with
    7-up instead of the cherry 7-up. So I suggest you find something worthwhile to do with your time instead of leaving malicious comments on a recipe that was NEVER patented in the first place. Because let’s face it we all use recipes we have had or seen before and change what we like to make them our own. We are NOT making any proceeds off blogging our recipes. Really – Get a life!

  3. Hi Aimee,
    Sorry about that but I had to vent at the uneducated people leaving nasty comments! I have the same recipe on my blog with a different soda flavor. I would choose to ignore people who have nothing better to do with their time than try and get “credit” for their friends who apparently don’t like to share!

    Hope you have a wonderful week.

    This will probably end up on my blog next 😉

    Michelle

  4. I find it incredibly hard to believe that as popular as the Blond Cook’s Cherry Beer Margarita is and has been for months on pinterest (it made most popular drink!), radio stations, other blogs, google, etc. that another food blogger did not see it if they are professional at all. Simply incredulous. ““The taking of material from another blog or website without explicit permission is, in the end, theft. The reason is the author has worked hard and long to express his or her personal self, the way she sees the world of food, whether through a blog post, a recipe, or even a photograph. It’s her expression, her creativity. When others take that information and post it on their blogs without permission, they’re riding on the creative shoulders of that author.” David Leite

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