Raspberry Beer Margaritas

I think I have just made my new favorite beer margarita that’s made in a pitcher to serve a crowd:  Raspberry Beer Margaritas.

Raspberry Beer Margaritas

With Cinco de Mayo approaching, I’ve been racking my brain on a good margarita to make.  I can’t take ALL the credit for this, though.  I leisurely asked Taylor for ideas on a good beer margarita recipe.

He reminded me of the Bud Light RAZ-BER-RITA I drank the other day that I absolutely LOVED.  While shopping recently, we came across a bin full of Bud Light’s “rita” beers that were $1 each.  I bought one of each flavor to try them and raspberry was my favorite.

Raspberry Beer Margaritas

Eureka!  I said, “OH HEEELLLLL”.

Because honestly, that’s what I say when I get excited about something.  I knew exactly what I was gonna do for a new kick-ass beer margarita.

Raspberry Beer Margaritas

Here are your ohhhh soooo simple ingredients:  tequila, limeade concentrate, an 8 ounce can of Bud Light’s Raz-Ber-Rita and club soda.  You’ll also need salt and lime to rim your glass with.  Use the empty limeade can for 12 ounce measurements of the tequila and club soda.

Raspberry Beer Margaritas

And if you want to get all fancy, throw some fresh raspberries on a skewer for a pretty garnish.

I hope you and your friends enjoy this easy recipe for Raspberry Beer Margaritas as much as I did.  Please drink responsibly… and enjoy!

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Raspberry Beer Margaritas
 
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Serves: 44 ounces
Ingredients
  • 1 (12 ounce) can limeade concentrate, thawed
  • 12 ounces club soda
  • 12 ounces tequila
  • 1 (8 ounce) can Bud Light Raz-Ber-Rita
  • Lime wedges
  • Kosher Salt
Instructions
  1. Rub rim of glass with lime wedge. Dip into kosher salt on a plate to rim glass.
  2. Pour limeade concentrate, club soda, tequila and raz-beer-rita in a pitcher. Use the limeade concentrate can for 12 ounce measurements for the tequila and club soda. Stir well to combine. Serve over ice.

If you love margaritas like I do, you might like these other recipes!

Cherry Beer Margaritas
Strawberry Beer Margaritas
Mango Margaritas
Strawberry Shortcake Margaritas

Comments

  1. Shelby says

    Have you tired to freeze these before to turn it into a slushy drink? I’m thinking that would be awesome.

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