Bubbly Manhattans & Pale Ale Martinis: The New Wave of Beer Cocktails

Bubbly Manhattans & Pale Ale Martinis: The New Wave of Beer Cocktails

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Emma Christensen
May 8, 2012
Beer cocktails have come a long way since the Irish Car Bombs and Black & Tans of our college days. These new beer-based mixed drinks are sophisticated affairs made with craft brews, seasonal ingredients, and top-shelf liquors. Here are a few that are worthy of your next dinner party. Beer Cocktails to Try:
The Stout Diplomat from Epicurious: Stout, rum, and sherry • Bubbly Manhattan from Food52: IPA, rye whiskey, and vermouth • Black Velvet from Esquire: Stout and champagne • Stale Pale Ale Martini from It's Pub Night: Pale ale, gin, and olives • Sidewalker from Gilt Taste: Wheat beer, apple brandy, cider vinegar, and maple syrup
More on Beer Cocktails:
Beer Cocktails: The Best of Both WorldsMixing It Up: Beer Cocktails from Oregon LifeRefreshingly Bitter Summer Cocktail: Campari & IPARaspberry Beer: Bubbly Pink Cocktails for a Crowd
Have you had a good beer cocktail lately? Related: From the Firkin: The Return of Real Ales (Image: Shannon Sturgis/StarChefs.com via Gilt Taste and Heather Tyree/Epicurious)
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