Raspberry Beer Cocktail

  • messychef Posted: 04/03/10
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    Our cocktail was a bit darker- we used Yuengling. Also, we couldn't find the concentrate called for, so we used plain lemonade concentrate and added some raspberry syrup. Very refreshing and not sickening sweet!

  • Mivins Posted: 05/24/10
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    I just mixed up this cocktail and it is fantastic! I added a can of Sprite to the mix, as the recipe as is was a little too tart for my taste. Now it is perfect! It will definitely be my summertime, by the pool drink.

  • delfine90 Posted: 12/16/10
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    This was the BEST drink concoction ever. My honey doesn't like the flavor of beer very much, but he absolutely loved the sweet flavor of the raspberry lemonade. I used 4 instead of 3 1/2 bottles of regular corona and about a cup instead of 1/2 cup of a vodka. Delicious. I only wish that I had bought 2 cans of the frozen raspberry lemonade so we could have made a double batch! Trying it again this weekend! :)

  • emilyclare Posted: 06/29/10
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    I made this for an evening poolside party and it was a huge hit! I served it in mason jars with a wedge of lemon, lime and a frozen raspberry in each; very pretty and very refreshing and I will certainly make it again.

  • yumola Posted: 07/06/10
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    I had this at a friends lake house last weekend and it was delicious! Very refreshing. Will definitely be making it soon.

  • Susie617 Posted: 07/16/10
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    I made this for a party at my house and it was a big hit. Only thing I changed was the lemonade - couldn't find raspberry so used pink. My niece practically drank the pitcher dry!!! I am now asked to make this everytime we all get together. It is so good!!

  • Mellyy Posted: 08/30/10
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    I tried this recipe and was very suprised at the outcome, it was great! Who new beer, vodka and raspberry lemonade could be so great! If you like fruity cocktails this is a great one to try. I used Miller lite and it worked well.

  • OAutrey Posted: 09/16/10
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    This concoction was a huge hit with my family and friends. I had two make several batches which deviated slightly from the original (hard to find frozen RaspLem) and included frozen Limeade. I also used Bud Light Lime in all the batches I made. VERY TASTY!

  • lisam29 Posted: 07/07/11
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    YUMMY! I used frozen raspberries and threw in a few fresh as a garnish. Made it with Corona light. Refreshing and delicious in the July heat! One batch makes about 4 drinks, I would shop for triple the ingredients, they go fast.

  • NKK882 Posted: 08/29/11
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    This was fabulous!! I am not one for very sweet drinks andI love beer, this drink was a perfect mixture. Very refreshing.

  • CFreeman Posted: 02/12/12
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    I had this at a party yesterday and it was DELISH! I was so surprised to find out the ingredients. I had to have this recipe!!

  • ethelmacias Posted: 03/08/12
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    This recipe is terrific! Made it with my mom yesterday and it was perfect! It turned out what we expect. If you are looking for more tasty and delicious cocktail recipes -- Now is the right time to make one just watch the videos and follow list of cocktail recipes at www.zcocktails.com, www.gourmandia.com and www.gourmetrecipe.com for more exciting and delectable recipes. Have fun!!

  • lherrera Posted: 08/08/12
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    Plan on making this this weekend at an all girls pool party. You can find the raspberry lemonade at Ralphs for those who couldn't find it. It sounds delish and refreshing for a hot summer's day at the pool!!

  • awesomeryl Posted: 07/17/12
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    I couldn't have been happier with this recipe. For one, all of its ingredients were on sale. Two, I made this for our bridal shower / engagement party, and I had to send my fiance back out to the store for more ingredients because we ended up making several batches of this. Our friends, my aunts and our coworkers couldn't stop lapping this thing up! We deviated; we used shocktop (raspberry & regular mixed) and substituted the raspberries for strawberries. We also didn't thaw out the fruit too much in the beginning. We knew we were in for a long afternoon, and it's better that we didn't, as the frozen strawberries kept the drink chilled all throughout the day, and would melt as the drinker consumed the drink. We also used watermelon vodka. A must make for ANY occasion. And I'd like to think it's versatile enough to suit any crowd and a variety of ingredients / substitutions!

  • lovetowinbingo Posted: 07/27/13
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    This is a great cocktail that everyone loved. I used Sam Adams Summer Ale which turned out to be a great choice for this recipe. A friend who does not like beer was skeptical when she saw me making it but she absolutely LOVED it after trying it as did everyone else at the gathering. This is a keeper and I will try it with fresh raspberries next time to compare.

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