Easy, delicious, did I mention easy? What is not to like. We have made these three times now for different gatherings, and everyone has enjoyed them. I really like the fact they aren't overly sweet, just smooth. Wonderful, thanks Flower!
I made these for Cinco de Mayo, along with some double decker tacos. I had never made margaritas before, but they were delicious. I probably looked funny in the liquor store trying to decide on a tequila, but I finally settled on Patron Silver. Very yummy!
WOW! I was really questioning the beer part. I mixed up 1 serving before mixing up a whole batch. This is awesome.. I may have to double it for my husband and I. Def. making it this way from now on. Not to sweet, not to sour, can't taste the beer at all. Taste like a carbonated margarita. Thank you for a great recipe. Can't wait to share it with company.
Love this simple and easy recipe! It has become one of my favorites to serve because it is so simple to remember the ingredients and tastes so good with chips and salsa! Thanks for posting, flower!
Wow, this was really good! I thought the same thing, beer? We made the first pitcher, just pouring it over ice and the second, we blended with ice. Everyone loved these!
Very similar - but NOT as strong as the famous BEERGARITAS! 1 can limeade, 3 - 12 oz cans of beer, and 1 limeade can full of tequila! (this drink was originally called "Hop, Skip, and Go Nakeds"... imagine why!
We had a Margarita at a party that was made with Beer... "Beer, really?" I said. They were great. We had a party last weekend and decided to try and find a similar recipes... I think this is it. Ended up making 3 batches for 8 drinking adults (we were feeling NO pain). Those who love Margarita's really loved these. Those who weren't Margarita fans tried them because of the recipe and LOVED them as well! They were a hit all the way around. I used Miller Lite beer and added some extra 7-up... thought they were a bit strong (and I was running out of ingredients). Mixed them in a pitcher with sliced limes and served over ice. Super simple and easy to whip up for an impromptu party... just have to make sure I have lime-aid in the freezer! Thanks for posting!
We all liked these pretty well. I used Michelob Ultra light beer, and 7-Up for the soda. We enjoyed them and I probably will make them again sometime. I think the key here to not overpowering the flavors is to use a really light beer, and not overdo it on the tequila.
Loved the Sweet Potato Queen's books, but didn't enjoy the margaritas so much. They're very strong, and the taste of the Corona is evident. Made for four friends and no one cared for them. We sure had fun giving them a try, though. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe!