Recipe by KASSIEKENNETT
"A tart drink similar to hard lemonade, but made with beer and vodka."
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1 (12 fluid ounce) can or bottle
1 (6 ounce) can
frozen lemonade concentrate
3 fluid ounces
I have made this a couple of times. My favorite way is using raspberry lemonade and lime or raspberry flavored vodka. Depending on the number of people, I will sometimes serve it mixed with lemon-lime soda.
We used to make these back in college, but we called the concoction "Strip and Go Nakeds". It's tasty but deceptively potent. The last time I drank this I remember very little other than finding myself in the men's bathroom at a college bar. That was 27 years ago, and I'm still a bit scared to drink this.
Awesome. I ended up adding an additional beer to cut down on the "syrupiness" and because everyone was drinking it up so quickly. Have made this 3 times already. This will be my go to backyard BBQ drink! Thanks for sharing.
Really great... add another can of beer into the mix for a little less sweet version. YUM!
This was good but better when we doubled the beer called for. Thanks for sharing~
This was quick to make, I had most of the ingredients on hand, and it tasted great! The only thing I didn't care for was the beer smell was kind of strong when drinking it, maybe I need to use a better beer :-)
Delicious! I added a squeeze of lime juice. Thanks, KassieKennett!
Very good! It tasted like something I had back in college! It was a very good drink for the summer.
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