This Limeade Cerveza is our take on a cocktail we had in Disney World! Take a visit to Mexico with this fresh lime and beer cocktail!
A Refreshing Beer Cocktail Recipe
We first had this beer cocktail when we were walking through Mexica in Epcot and we fell in love. Maybe because it was 95 degrees and this Limeade Cervesa was so cool and refreshing, maybe because we actually felt like we were in Mexico…or maybe because these are just that good.
She made Dulce De Leche Churro Sticks. Pie crust covered in cinnamon and sugar, then filled with dulce de leche. I am telling you they are so ridiculously good. The type of dessert that you try and eat up first before the kids come in the room and take the rest. Give them ice cream, you’re going to want to keep these for yourself.
How To Make A Limeade Cervesa
So grab some of you favorite Mexican cerveza and let’s get started!
I’ve been trying out some different beer lately (or as usual) and one that I really like so far is Modelo. It’s got a great flavor that can definitely stand up to the tart juice from the the limes – so for this recipe it was the winner.
Wash and quarter up the limes and throw them into your blender. Skin, seeds and all. Add about 1/4 cup of water to help it along until it’s smooth.
Strain the fresh lime puree through a strainer to take out any large pieces. Now take a spoonful or two of the limeade puree and add it to the bottom of your beer glass.
Top it with your favorite beer and serve. These fun beer cocktails are great for parties (Cinco de Mayo anyone?) but we like to make them in the summer time especially when the temperature rises.
Make the fresh lime juice ahead of time if you’re serving these beer cocktails at a party so your guests can make these drinks and serve themselves!
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This refreshing beer cocktail will make any party feel like a fiesta!
- 6 limes, washed and quartered
- 1/4 cup water
- 2 tablespoons agave
- 6 Mexican beers, I used Modelo
- Take the limes and put them in your blender. Add the water and puree until almost smooth.
- Pour the puree into a bowl and stir in the agave. Add a little more or less depending on your tastes.
- Take a spoonful or two of the lime puree and add it to the bottom of a pilsner.
- Top with one beer.
- Serving Size: 6
- Category: Cocktails
- Method: Blender
- Cuisine: American
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