6 Aperol Spritz recipes to Have in Your Repertoire

If you are pretty tired of the usual cocktails you get in a bar then we have some amazing cocktail recipes for you. If you are the type to not drink much when you go out then we’ve got you covered as well with our delicious Aperol Spritz recipe. If you are like most folks then 90% of the time you are going to order a mojito when you head into a cocktail bar. If you are feeling adventurous at some point, we have some amazing recipes for you to try out at home. If you are a bartender yourself then these are a must have in your repertoire to succeed and provide your customers with a special experience. 

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Let’s start with the simple Aperol Spritz recipe before we delve into the interesting world of beer cocktails.

  • Step 1: Grab a tall wine glass and fill a quarter of it with ice cubes.
  • Step 2: Take some prosecco and pour it into the glass
  • Step 3: Top this up with Aperol.
  • Step 4: Add soda water and stir

Your Aperol spritz is ready to serve!

One of the simplest things to do. Now let’s move onto the slightly more complicated beer cocktails. Beer cocktails are slightly complicated because you need the ratios to be absolutely perfect for the best experience.


Black & Tan Cocktail

  • 8 oz of stout beer
  • 8 oz of Blue Moon beer
  1. Start by pouring the pale ale into a pint glass.
  2. Next you will pour the stout beer over a spoon into the glass. Pouring it over a spoon will ensure separation.
  3. Give it a moment to settle before serving.

Black & Blue Cocktail

Source: ElsOar

Source: ElsOar

  • 8 oz of stout beer
  • 8 oz of pale ale beer
  1. Start by pouring the Blue Moon into a pint glass.
  2. Next you will pour the stout beer over a spoon into the glass. Again, pouring it over a spoon will ensure separation.
  3. Give this a moment to settle and serve.

Black & Brown Cocktail

  • 8 oz of stout beer
  • 8 oz of root beer
  1. Pour the root beer into a pint glass.
  2. Now top it off with 8 oz of stout beer. You don’t need to pour them in a specific order because separation doesn’t matter with this drink.

Evil Corona Cocktail

Source: Pinterest

Source: Pinterest

  • 2 oz of citrus vodka
  • 1 bottle of Corona
  • 1 wedgeof lime

To begin, pour 2 oz of corona into a glass. Now replace with 2 oz of citrus vodka. Garnish with a lime and serve.


Caribbean Boiler Maker Cocktail

  • 1 bottle of Corona
  • 1 shot of light rum
  • lime wedge.
  1. To begin, pour the Corona into an pint glass.
  2. Now pour in the rum.
  3. Garnish with a lime and serve

Thank you for reading. We hope that these easy cocktail recipes using beer will bring you many fun times with your friends. Remember to drink safely and responsibly at all times.

Source: The Guardian & aperol.com

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