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Ale Punch Glass of ale, shot of brandy, shot of sherry, cloves, cinnamon, sugar, and lemon juice
Bitter Top Three parts Harp Lager, 1 part Sprite
Black & Blue * Equal parts Guinness Stout and Hoegaarden Witbier
Black & Tan * Equal parts Guinness Stout and Bass Ale
Black Bart Equal parts stout and cola
Black Castle * Equal parts Guinness Stout and Newcastle Brown Ale
Blacksmith * Equal parts Guinness Stout and Smithwick's Irish Ale
Black Velvet * Equal parts Guinness Stout and champagne
Blow My Skull Off Stout, rum, cayenne pepper, lime juice, and opium (optional)
Boilermaker A glass of beer with a shot of whiskey (either poured in, or as a chaser)
Broadway Equal parts lager and cola
Caribbean Night - Beer mixed with coffee liqueur
Chocolate Truffle Young's Double Chocolate Stout, with a splash of Lindemans Framboise (Raspberry) Lambic
Click Clack * A goblet of Guinness with room for two shot glasses. Fill one shot glass with Jamesons whiskey. Fill the other shot glass with Bailey's Irish Cream. Carefully drop in the full shot glasses, one at a time (click and clack). Drink it down in one smooth motion, or share it with a friend; tastes like chocolate milk, and gets you stinkin drunk. (Copyright Kefi, Wilmington , NC. Contributed by Spankin' Granny of WBH3, on 03/23/08).
Colonial Flip - Use a large (32 oz or more) metal or ceramic mug, to allow room for overflow from heating. Pour in an Imperial Pint (20 oz) of strong beer (such as a barleywine or other variety with at least 8% alcohol by volume), 2 tablespoons of unrefined sugar, 1 tablespoon of molasses, and 2 tablespoons of finely ground dried pumpkin, then blend well. Heat an iron poker over fire until red-hot, then briefly quench it in the liquid. Add the rum and enjoy! (Back in Colonial days tavern keepers would concoct all sorts of mixes, some were ghastly. One of the more revered ones was the Flip, a favourite of New Englanders back in the 1700's).
Cream of Wheat * Equal parts Guinness Stout and hefe-weizen
Dirty Red Hoe Hoegaarden Witbier with a splash of Lindemans Framboise (Raspberry) Lambic
Donald Glass of beer with a shot of rum (invented on 11-08-06 and contributed by Lew Cady)
Fat Woody Equal parts Fat Tire Ale and Woodchuck Cider (contributed by Eddie Hernandez on 05-26-07)
Gator Beer Beer mixed with Gatorade (Gatorade? Yikes!)
Half & Half * Equal parts Guinness Stout and Harp Lager
Hummingbird Water Pear cider, with a splash of Lindemans Framboise (Raspberry) Lambic
Irish Car Bomb Irish stout with a shot of Irish whiskey poured in
Irish Setter * Guinness Stout layered with Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA
Lava Lamp * Equal parts Harp Lager and Guinness Stout, with a splash of Lindemans Framboise (Raspberry) Lambic
Lime & Lager Equal parts Harp Lager & lime soda
Liverpool Kiss (aka Black & Black) Stout with a shot of black currant cordial
Maui Mouthwash Fruit bier, Malibu Rum, vodka, blue curacao & pineapple juice
New England Hay Ride * Equal parts Magic Hat #9 and Guinness Stout
Nut 'n' Honey Equal parts nut brown ale and mead (Invented by Goofy Style)
Oatmeal Cookie Young's Oatmeal Stout, with a splash of Lindemans Framboise (Raspberry) Lambic
Raddler Equal parts pilsner beer and lemon-lime soda. (On a hot summer afternoon in June of 1922, Franz Xaver Kugler, the owner of a Gasthaus high in the Deisenhofner Kugler-Alm in Bavaria realized that he did not have enough beer to accomodate all of his guests for the day, both bicyclists as well as mountain hikers. Hence, he decided to offer his remaining beer, as a mixture of beer and lemon-lime soda of which he had an ample supply, and thus he nick-named his newly-found drink after the bicyclists, the "Raddler")
Raspberry Cream Hefe-weizen, with a splash of Lindemans Framboise (Raspberry) Lambic
Red Eye Beer and tomato juice
Ruddy Mary Traditional bloody mary, substitute your favorite beer (preferrably a red ale or lager) for vodka, garnish with a roasted red pepper!
Shandy Gaff 3 parts beer to 1 part ginger ale
Skip and Go Naked Beer, gin, grenadine, and lemon juice
Smoothie (aka Poor Man's Black Velvet) * Equal parts Guinness Stout and hard cider
Snakebite Equal parts Harp Lager & hard cider
Solar Eclipse * Equal parts Guinness Stout and Blue Moon Belgian White Ale
South Wind - Beer mixed with melon liqueur
Teacher Creature Scottish ale, scotch, and Drambuie
Whistle Belly Vengeance A glass of beer with a shot of rum and a shot of molasses
Woodruff Berliner Weisse - A glass of wheat beer with 2 shots of Woodruff syrup (aka Waldmeister)
* Note: For concoctions that call for Guinness Stout specifically, the intent is for the Guinness to float on top of and separate from the other type of beer. For proper results, you'll need to use either traditional nitrogenated Guinness draft (from a bar that has a nitrogen tank), or one of several types of canned or bottled Guinness that includes an internal automatic release nitrogen capusule (commonly referred to as a "widget"). Fill the bottom half of the glass with the other type of beer first, being careful to produce as little head as possible. Then, place a spoon upside down over the middle of the half-full glass and pour the Guinness over the spoon to equally scatter the stout, and prevent it from mixing with the bottom beer.
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