6 Beer Cocktail Recipe by Witlinger you would want to make it today

The concept of beer cocktails have been there for long time now but it has only gained the attention of people from past few years. There is a misconception among the two type of drinkers, one who swears by beer and the other who love their cocktails. Both don’t tend to appreciate the concept of ‘beer cocktails’ seriously but the fact is that beer is just another blend like vodka, rum or whisky to produce a cocktail.

Whether you like it or not, beer cocktails is in trend and trust me - it is worth the shot. Carrying this belief, Witlinger – India’s first craft beer lists down selection of beer cocktails and the recipe which I am sure you would want to try.

I. Cinderella
  • Rose Syrup -20ml
  • Lemon wedges  – 4
Crush them for balancing the taste and then fill the glass with crush ice and shake well.

Top it up with Witlinger and stir it gently.

Cinderella

II. Floral Wheat 
  • Elder Flower syrup  – 20ml
  • Lemon wedges – 4

Crush them for balancing the taste and then fill the glass with crush ice and shake well.

Top it up with Witlinger and stir it gently.

Floral Wheat

III. Guy in a Yellow Boot 
  • Ginger Bread Syrup  – 20ml
Crush them for balancing the taste and then fill the glass with crush ice and shake well.

Top it up with Witlinger and stir it gently

Guy in a Yellow Boot 

IV. Bloody Witty 
  • Watermelon Syrup – 10ml
  • Strawberry Fruit Mix – 15ml
  • Lemon Juice – Few dashes
  • Vodka – 30ml
Fill it up with ice and shake well. Top it up with Witlinger and stir gently.

Bloody Witty 

V. Forest Gram 
  • Kiwi fruit Mix – 15ml
  • Cucumber Syrup – 10 ml
  • Gin – 30ml
  • Lemon Juice – few dashes
Fill it up with ice and shake well. Top it up with Witlinger and stir gently.

Forest Gram 

VI. Yuzutik
  • Yuzu Fruit mix – 15ml
  • White Peach Blanche – 10ml
  • Tequila – 30ml
  • Lemon Juices – few dashes

Fill it up with ice and shake well. Top it up with Witlinger and stir gently.

Yuzutik



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