Yes, “Beertails” Are A Thing — And They’re The Perfect Football Party Drink

Add these beer cocktails to your starting lineup.

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Add a twist to aperitivo hour with the Peroni Negroni. To make it, gather a half ounce each of bitter Italian aperitif, gin, and sweet vermouth, plus six ounces of Peroni. Pour all ingredients into a large glass. Fill with ice and garnish with an orange twist.Courtesy of Peroni
Hacienda Encantada Resort & Residences’ Red Eye cocktail calls for two ounces of beer of your choosing, one ounce lemon juice, a half ounce each of Maggi sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and Valentina sauce, plus two ounces tomato juice. Combine in a glass rimmed with spice mix and sip away.Courtesy of Hacienda Encantada Resort & Residences
To make the It’s Mai Time “beertail,” shake together one ounce each of spiced rum and orange liqueur, plus a half ounce lime juice and three fourths of an ounce pineapple juice. Strain over ice in a pint glass. Top with Kona Brewing Co. Mai Time Light and garnish with a pineapple wedge and lime wheel.Courtesy of Kona Brewing Co.
A Quick Summer is made up only of 12 ounces chilled lager or pilsner and two ounces Amaro Montenegro. Pour the beer into a chilled glass and slowly pour Amaro Montenegro into the beer, or simply consume side by side.Courtesy of Amaro Montenegro
The Jim Beam Ginger Shandy requires just two ounces Jim Beam Bourbon, a half pint pale ale, and a dash of lemon-lime soda. Combine all ingredients on the rocks in a pint glass and garnish with a lime wedge.Courtesy of ABC Fine Wine & Spirits
For the Blushing Yakima, add three cherries to a glass and muddle. Add two ounces Novo Fogo Barrel-Aged Cachaça, one ounce lime juice, and a half ounce each of Amaretto and simple syrup; shake with ice. Pour directly into a highball glass and top with fresh ice and brown ale.Courtesy of Novo Fogo
For the Wild Little Pink Lemonade, quarter a strawberry and place it with nine basil leaves, a half teaspoon sugar, and one ounce lemon juice at the bottom of a glass; muddle vigorously. Add one and a half ounces vodka and fill the the glass with ice. Pour Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.’s Wild Little Thing over ice until the glass is full. Courtesy of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
For the Shave and a Haircut cocktail, you’ll need one part Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, two parts cola (chilled), and four parts stout or porter. Add the Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum and cola to a tumbler. Top with stout or porter.Courtesy of Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum
To make the Spicy Cinnamon-eta, combine two ounces Tanteo Chipotle Tequila, a half ounce cinnamon-infused agave syrup, one ounce lemon juice, and two ounces pineapple juice in a shaker with ice. Shake and double strain into an ice-filled glass. Top with three ounces Mexican beer and two dashes orange bitters. Garnish with an orange slice.Courtesy of Tanteo
Obsessed with martinis? Try this beer-forward twist from Vista Encantada Spa Resort & Residences, aptly named the Beer Martini. To make it, all you need is one ounce each of vodka and dark beer, plus a half ounce Martini Rosso and a dash of chocolate bitters. Combine and enjoy!Courtesy of Vista Encantada Spa Resort & Residences

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