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.
- Fill a chilled beer glass halfway full with cider.
- Top the cider with lager and serve.
We reckon you’ve heard of drop shots like Jägerbombs or Irish Car Bombs. Or maybe you prefer to plunge a shot of whiskey into your beer instead of sipping them separately when drinking a Boilermaker. Whatever your poison, when you drop a shot into a beer, it’s called a Depth Charge.
You could do this with whiskey, tequila or any o...