There isn’t a time of year when Guinness doesn’t improve a cocktail recipe. To wow your guests this St. Patrick’s Day, serve a handful of these stout-based drinks.
In the market for some daring drinks? Try one of these spicy cocktails to heat up your evening.
The Guinness Lady
This cocktail, which features Guinness, is simple to make yet will impress both the ladies and the gents.
Shots of Irish Car Bomb Jelly
One must have at least one jelly shot at any cocktail gathering. In a playful twist on the traditional Irish Car Bomb, this cocktail features a jiggling liquid centre.
Superior Bloody Mary Recipe
This Guinness-infused twist on the traditional bloody Mary is flavorful and peppery.
This drink was created for whisky and Guinness aficionados.
Milk Chocolate with Guinness
Guinness is added to chocolate milk to make it a more adult beverage.
Black Velvets are a classic cocktail, but the elegant concoction gets the perfect St. Paddy’s day twist here.
Floats made of Guinness beer and chocolate, topped with dulce de leche sauce that has been salted.
It’s common knowledge that Guinness and ice cream go together wonderfully, but this sweet cocktail is further elevated by the addition of salty dulce de leche.
Cream float topped with an Irish Car Bomb.
If you want to give the traditional recipe Guinness cocktail drink, the Irish Car Bomb, a new spin, consider making it a float.
Martinis made using Guinness instead of tequila.
This international cocktail blends the savoury flavours of beer with the tang of lime.
Malted chocolate and Guinness milkshake
Malty beer calls for a malty shake!
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