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I love a good beer and I love Byrrh (also pronounced 'beer') – a marriage made in Bermondsey. Best served as an aperitif cocktail.
Richly flavoured and lusciously bittersweet with rye whiskey, bitter porter and sour lemon juice balancing hazelnut liqueur and brown sugar.
Zesty lemon, bitter liqueur and tangy IPA makes for a zippy, refreshing drink. A characterful IPA and nailing exactly the right amount of honey are key
Beer has never tasted so complex - sweet aperitif, dry hoppy IPA beer, bready jenever and cleansing vodka.
When you get to the end of the beer the shot glass lifts and the whiskey is released as a chaser. We should point out, that in these days of discernment,
The herbal notes of Becherovka are noted for combining harmoniously with beer, fittingly in this recipe a pilsner (Becherovka is Czech, as are the origins
Dunkel & Stürmig is German for Dark & Stormy and indeed this ia a tasty coffee and cacao spiced rum riff on the classic Dark 'N' Stormy.
Irish stout and Irish whiskey combine harmoniously in this rich but balanced flip.
My summer: the feeling of my childhood in a drink. My paradise: sweet memories and the moments of happiness when we spent time together with family and
Creating this cocktail started with a desire to make a properly British cocktail to toast those special occasions when a fellow Brit wins a sporting event.
In the worthy pursuit of responsible drinking I must stress that when enjoying a Kopstoot you should repeatedly take a sip from each glass – savour the
A gin Martini-style drink made with beer in place of vermouth.
Raspberry fruit, herbal complexity and dry hoppy beer with a splash of zesty lime. Fabulously refreshing.
Full-bodied both describes this drink and how you’ll feel after consuming this very tasty meal of a drink.
The grapefruit hop notes in the beer are amplified by fresh grapefruit juice while the beer's cereal notes are fortified with bourbon. Meanwhile, Swedish
A most unusual combination of classic Italian red bitter liqueur, bianco vermouth, crème de menthe and lager combine brilliantly in this refreshing aperitif.
Wheaty bourbon with wheat beer and marmaladey citrus notes - they all go hand in hand and so work harmoniously in this unusual long drink.
Long and refreshing, based on India pale ale and birch spirit with grapefruit freshness.
If using a 12oz glass you'll know you have great ice if when strained into glass you have sufficient room for 60ml (2oz) of beer.
Full-bodied stout and delicate dry sparkling wine are an unlikely combination but this classic has stood the test of time. Some may wish to add a barspoon
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