I prefer dark beer. But, I think this idea is so cute for St. Patrick's Day!
Fun! The green doesn't alter the taste at all. For the kiddos, I use ginger ale! Looks pretty much the same.
Great idea for making Irish lager even more "Irish"! I used my very favorite, Harp lager.And, though it may not be very Irish of me, I add a bit of Rose's Lime Juice to mine. Thanks Rita! Made for Zaar World Tour.
Cold beer is great, green beer looks weird, but it tastes the same with your eyes closed!
A fun way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and bring a little Irish cheer. ;) I didn't get pics but will post some with the kids juice version! Nice post Rita, thanks!
What's not to like?? PERFECT!!!!!!! :)
A must for every St. Patty's Day gathering. We had last minute dinner guest join us for our corned beef and cabbage, and I thought this would be the perfect thing to sip while I finished dinner prep.
I love to do this....you can use blue food color also since it is mixed with beer which is yellow and makes green!!
Thanks for the idea!! I needed a green drink for my St. Patricks day dinner for my kids.....no, I'm not giving them beer, I'm making green ginger ale!!!!