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Feb 222014
 

Boddington Beertail

 

It took me a while to catch up on the phenomenon called the Beertails. I love my ales in their pure form and the occasional cocktails. And when the Spice guy started developing his own Beertails, I had to give in. After all he usually mixes new drinks to pair with the food I cook. And the least I can do is to taste them. Right? Well that’s a very valid excuse to drink. Don’t you think?

Boddington Beertail-4

If you have ever enjoyed a michelada, a Mexican beer cocktail that has hot sauces and peppers and lime juice that give it an extra kick or the shandy, that has beer & lemonade or apple juice mixed in you have had a beertail.

Beertail is a cocktail and a beer all in one. Take your favorite cocktail and add in a beer that will not only go with the flavors of the cocktail, but also enhance it. Since the drink is essentially layered you get to experience the taste of the beer, the beer & cocktail and then the cocktail. Now that is quite a drink!

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The sweet aromatic flavor of the St. Germain Liquer shines through the  creamy, malty, sweet flavor of the Boddingtons. Pairs well with fried and spicy foods.

Boddingtail or The Boddingtons Beertail

Boddingtail  or The Boddingtons Beertail

Ingredients

  • 2 oz tequila
  • 1 oz St Germain liquor
  • 1 oz Cherry brandy
  • 1 oz simple syrup
  • 1 can chilled Boddington’s Pub Ale
  • a few cubes of Ice

Instructions

  1. In a cocktail shaker, take about 4 to 5 cubes of ice
  2. Add the tequila, St Germain, Cherry brandy and simple syrup
  3. Shake till its mixed properly and chilled
  4. Strain and pour the mix in a high ball glass
  5. Open a fresh can of Boddingtons and pour it in the glass up to the brim
  6. Let it stand for a minute and then serve
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  6 Responses to “Boddingtail or The Boddingtons Beertail”

Comments (6)
  1. I haven’t had that many beertails in my life. I need to change that! This one looks particularly good. Great combo of flavors. Kudos to Mr. Spice!

     
  2. I haven’t had a shandy since our years in Bermuda– that was always my treat after 18 holes of golf. What a life that was! I will have to try similar beertails. I am not sure what my husband will say if I add tequila to his favorite Boddington’s but I’ll try it in mine!

     
  3. Ansh, I’m in love with this drink. And please thank Mr. Spice for this one. I have had a Michalada and then had to rush home and make it myself. And I’m looking forward to this one too. Pinned.

     
    • Lea Ann, he is smiling ear to ear! I had a group over yesterday to for a spice blending class and he made them margaritas with spices. The women were thrilled and he was happy with the attention. LOL. We should have you over for drinks !

       

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