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Snakebite

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This classic British beertail mixes equal parts lager and apple cider in a pint glass. In the United States, the Snakebite is most commonly made with a heavier, darker beer or a stout (like Guinness) instead of the lighter, crisp lagers used in its English counterpart. To add an extra kick of flavor (and boozy goodness), some bartenders will add a few dashes of blackcurrant liqueur to the top of the drink. No matter how it’s prepared, though, the Snakebite’s citrusy bite will surely live up to its name.

The Essentials

Lager or Stout
Cider
The Details

Ingredients

Lager or Stout
Cider

Method

  • Fill a chilled beer glass halfway full with cider.
  • Top the cider with lager and serve.
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Depth Charge

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