Summer Beer I

Summer Beer I

"Lemonade with a kick!"
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10 m servings
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I followed the recipe exactly & thought it was pretty good & refreshing, but not very flavorful. Next time I will add more lemonade or a couple scoops of powdered concentrate. Don't plan on driv...

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I use pink lemonade the kind with pulp -two cans of beer, fill the lemonade can with vokdka and lots of ice, all in a pitcher. Very refreshing.

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I followed the recipe exactly & thought it was pretty good & refreshing, but not very flavorful. Next time I will add more lemonade or a couple scoops of powdered concentrate. Don't plan on driv...

My aunts and I call this drink 3Ps(Pink Panty Pull-Downs) and they have been making our summer family reunions much more fun!!

I tried this recipe the night I found it. I love the beer margaritas so much and I think this was even better. Very refreshing. Just a note, it is much better with the full 12 oz of lemonade.

Add 1 12oz. can of Sprite, and we call this a "Hop,Skip, and go Naked."

Oh my! This is one great drink but be careful, as they pack a punch! I only used 8 oz of vodka and it was enough! For the beer I used Leinenkugel's Summer Shandy (which already has a lemon fla...

this is the same recipe we have been making for years. we usually just serve it on the rocks and it is just as good. Beware, these pack a punch! We usually make the second and third pitchers ...

Great recipe! Even better with pink lemonade.

I love the ease of this recipe. I make it with a can of water instead of the ice cubes. Served over ice, goes down smooth. Just becareful, it catches up to you! Also, use different flavors o...

We have made these at several summer gatherings it is is the perfect "something different" drink. Thanks for sharing it.

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