Raspberry Beermosas are the perfect brunch cocktail for beer lovers! Fresh raspberries, orange juice, and your fave beer make the most delicious beer cocktail!

Raspberry Beermosas - the perfect brunch cocktail for beer lovers! Fresh raspberries, orange juice, and your fave beer make the most delicious beer cocktail!

Heeeeey guys, happy Friday!

Is everyone as excited as I am that the week is over? The kids are out of school today so I probably won’t leave my house at all. I may not leave my bedroom.

I may watch The Great British Baking Show in bed all day.

I have had a week.

A. Week.

I would like to never think about this week again, mmkay?

So I made cocktails. A beer cocktail! How weird, right?

I’ve maintained that I hate beer for all 29 years of my life (no one fact check that number thanks) but I’m, like, really obsessed right now. Sorry to all the guys I’ve dated that I made fun of for “being really into craft beer”. I get it now, guys. I get it.

Raspberry Beermosas - the perfect brunch cocktail for beer lovers! Fresh raspberries, orange juice, and your fave beer make the most delicious beer cocktail!

This is the easiest drink ever and would be the most perfect Easter cocktail.

 

 

Wait.

Are Easter cocktails a thing?

Well. I don’t know about you but I’m not stuffing and hiding a billion plastic eggs unless I have a drink in hand.

 

ANYWAY.

All you do for these Raspberry Beermosas is blend up some fresh (or frozen – whatever) raspberries with a tiny bit of water, strain that to get rid of the seeds, and then combine it with some orange juice and a beer. I used an IPA from my fave local brewery but use what you like!

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Raspberry Beermosas

about 4 servings

Ingredients

6 ounces fresh or frozen raspberries, plus more for garnish if desired
2 - 4 tablespoons water
1/2 cup fresh squeezed orange juice
12 ounces fruity IPA

Instructions

  1. In a blender or food processor, puree the raspberries and 2 tablespoons of the water. Add more water if necessary to get a liquid consistency. Pour through a fine mesh sieve to remove the seeds. Discard seeds. The puree can be stored in the fridge for mimosas all week.
  2. To make the beermosas, gently stir together 1/4 cup of the raspberry puree, the orange juice, and the IPA. Divide into 4 glasses. Garnish with raspberries and serve immediately.
http://fakeginger.com/raspberry-beermosas/

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