1 1/2oz., tequila
1oz. freshly squeezed lime juice
1/2oz. Cointreau or Triple Sec
1 7oz. Coronita
(optional) salt for the glass
Rim the serving glass with salt (if you’re into that kinda thing). Add ice. Pour the tequila, Cointreau/Triple Sec, and lime juice into the glass and mix ‘em. Then add a Coronita (upside down) to it. Toss a lime on there for garnish.
2. Black Velvet
1 part stout
1 part champagne/sparkling wine
All you need to do for this bad boy take a couple of champagne flutes and basically replicate the black and tan. Pour half a glass of champagne first and then pour the stout over a spoon. If done correctly, the champagne will float to the top.
1/4 cup lime juice
1 1/2 cups Corona
2 teaspoons, Worcestershire sauce
2 teaspoons, hot sauce/Tabasco
1 teaspoon soy sauce
ground pepper for garnish
(optional) salt for the glasses
Pour the beer, Worchestershire sauce, hot sauce, soy sauce, and lime juice into a pitcher and stir. Add ice to glasses, pour, and serve. Easy.
4. Adult Root Beer
1oz. Galliano liqueur
1 bottle of beer (your choice—though we’d prefer it if it were a Corona)
Fill a FROSTED beer mug and add the Galliano and Kahlúa, then fill the rest with beer. Go to town.
5. Brass Monkey
No no silly, not that kind, THIS kind:
Take a beer—again, we like Corona here—and pour it into the biggest glass you have. Then pour about a third of a glass of orange juice into that puppy and there you have it. Alternately, you can just drink two-thirds of a beer and then fill the rest of the bottle with orange juice.
Scientific name: Shandygaff (it’s British)
ginger ale or ginger beer
In a pint glass, pour equal parts beer, ginger ale, and lemonade. Mix. Serve and destroy.
7. Mexican Boilermaker
1 shot, tequila
Basically an Irish Car Bomb, south of the border style. Drop a shot of tequila into a glass of Corona and enjoy.
8. Summer Beer
1 12oz. can, frozen lemonade concentrate
1 beer (you know the type)
Place the lemonade concentrate in a gallon pitcher, then measure 12 ounces of the water and vodka (you can even use the lemonade can to do it) and pour into the pitcher. Then add the beer and mix. Pour that sweet stuff over some ice and hit it.