beer margaritas (limeade margaritas)

This is a great inexpensive drink that requires little effort, especially if hosting a Superbowl party… It takes little preparation and a few ingredients. The limeade and tequila could be mixed ahead of time but it would be best to add the beer in just before serving.


1 12 oz can frozen limeade

12 oz tequila

12 oz water

12 oz can or bottle of beer


In a large pitcher, pour in the frozen limeade. Using the limeade can as a measuring device, pour in an equal amount of tequila and water. Add the beer and stir to combine. A light beer is just fine or your favorite pilsner or ale. There is no need to go with an expensive beer.

Serve it over ice and with a wedge of lime.

*Some recipes suggest two 12 ounce cans or bottles of beer. It will dilute it but totally optional.



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8 Responses to beer margaritas (limeade margaritas)

  1. Kathryn says:

    When I first saw the words “beer margaritas,” my first reaction was “Whaaaa?” I have never heard of such a thing! But they actually look and sound really delicious! I’ll have to save this recipe for a summer party (if summer ever comes!)

  2. Carolyn Jung says:

    Wow, with some guac and some beer nuts, you have the best of all worlds with this! 😉

  3. sonia says:

    Simply wow…….i am so thirsty, would love to have it !

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  5. Valerie says:

    Yum! I have made something like this, but used a 12 oz Sprite instead of water.

  6. Deb says:

    This beverage is a regular feature at a girlfriend’s parties. They really are delicious. Highly recommended!

  7. Steph says:

    NO Water!

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