The recipe for a beer margarita calls for six ounces of Corona, vodka, triple sec and sour margarita mix. Find out how to blend a beer margarita with help from a professional bartender and bartending instructor in this free video on a beer margarita recipe.
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Hi this is Lauden Vergara and I'm with ABC Bartending Schools here in Miami, Florida. In this clip we're going to show you how to make a beer margarita. Well a margarita is typically tequila, triple sec, which is an orange flavored liqueur and sour mix. Well this is a complete different variation of all this. Okay. For this we're going to start off with a blender. Put about 2/3 of the way with ice. Then we're going to start off with a beer. This is a Mexican drink, we want to do Corona. And pour about 6 ounces of corona in there. I'll drink the rest later. Then normally a margarita would take tequila. Well, this is a whole different variation so we're going to use some vodka. Do about 5 counts of vodka. Then you're going to pour some triple sec in there, okay? I'm going to go ahead and use sour mix. And we're going to blend this, okay? Now make sure your lid is on there tight. Get a nice mix in there. If you hear that sound your ice has not been completely blended. Give it a few more seconds. That sounds about right. You can either use a nice frosty mug or a nice margarita glass. And look at that. You want to garnish this with a piece of lime and serve. A complete different view of what a regular margarita is. This has been Lauden Vergara, thank you for watching.