How to Make a Sea Mule Beer Cocktail

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  1. BeerAdvocate

    BeerAdvocate Admin (17,075) Aug 23, 1996 California
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    The four other ingredients in Chesapeake & Maine's light, tart, and citrus-forward Sea Mule cocktail serve to accentuate the prominent flavors of Dogfish Head's sessionable SeaQuench Ale.

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  2. PatrickCT

    PatrickCT Poo-Bah (2,319) Feb 18, 2015 Connecticut
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    I was at Chesapeake & Maine last time we were in Rehoboth. My girlfriend, who likes gin, had this sling or something similar and enjoyed it so much she bought a bottle.
     
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  3. IPAExpert69

    IPAExpert69 Aspirant (245) Aug 2, 2017 Pennsylvania

    First mix I've seen on this site that I'm going to end up actually purchasing. Big G and T guy to begin with (although beer tends to dominate my selections at local bars). Cheers!
     
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  4. sb17

    sb17 Initiate (0) Dec 26, 2017 Pennsylvania

    Thoughts on replacing the gin with vodka/tequila/white rum? Or anything that isn't gin...
     
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  5. Keene

    Keene Initiate (0) Sep 11, 2009 Washington

    Without the botanicals in gin, you'll have a noticeably different cocktail, but there's no real harm in trying!
     
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  6. Premo88

    Premo88 Poo-Bah (2,142) Jun 6, 2010 Texas
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    I saw this last week and immediately thought "Hell, yes!" I'm definitely trying this recipe this summer.

    It reminds me a lot of the very scaled-down beer "margaritas" we made in college. In sum we used Tecate or Corona instead of margarita mix. Put a salt ring around the rim of the beer glass/mug, squeeze in plenty of fresh lime and drink. No tequila, no triple sec. They're not good for your sodium intake but they're dang tasty. This was back in 1994-95. Little did we realize we were stealing from a 400-year-old German ale recipe. :stuck_out_tongue:
     
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