Beer Punch is something really new to me!  Have you ever tried it? 

I recently made a recipe for Ginger-Scallion Chicken Wings and the recipe book I used suggest this Sweet and Spicy  Beer Punch as a perfect drink to go with the wings.  Hmm…Spiced Beer?  I just had to give it a try.

Before I took the leap and made this beer punch, I decided to read a little more about it.  I found out that beer is often used as a base for a bunch.  Sunny Anderson has a recipe for Beer Punch using strawberries and blueberries.  Food Network shares a recipe for a punch using Pomegranates.  The other recipe that popped for me was from My Recipes and it was for a Raspberry Beer Punch.  With all of these great recipes floating around in my mind, I became eager to make this.

 

Sweet and Spicy Beer Punch with Feeding Big

Sweet and Spicy Beer Punch
Serves 1
A refreshing Spicy Beer, perfect with any Asian food.
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Ingredients
  1. 1 Teaspoon Honey, plus some for dipping the glass in
  2. 1 Teaspoon Hot Water
  3. 1/3 cup Orange Juice
  4. 4 Teaspoons Lime Juice
  5. 4 Dashes Hot sauce
  6. Coarse salt, for dipping glass in
  7. Ice
  8. Pale Lager
Instructions
  1. Dip the rim of a pint glass into a shallow dish of honey, then into a shallow dish of coarse salt.
  2. To the glass, add 1 teaspoon each honey and hot water and stir until honey is dissolved.
  3. Add orange juice, lime juice, hot sauce and stir to combine. Fill glass with ice and top off with pale lager.
  4. Garnish with lime
Adapted from Everyday Food
Adapted from Everyday Food
Feeding Big http://feedingbig.com/
This was the perfect drink for our Ginger Scallion Wings.   Beer Punch is not something that I would drink every day.  It is a great compliment to a spicy or heavy meal.   Using different fruits will make this light and refreshing drink a hit!

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22 Responses to Sweet and Spicy Beer Punch

  1. Susan says:

    I’m not much of a beer drinker, but this might make it more enjoyable. It certainly makes sound fancier.

  2. Dawn Lopez says:

    What a fun recipe for Autumn, this would be perfect for any holiday get together! I might make this for Thanksgiving! Nom!

  3. I’d never heard of beer punch. I bet my mother in law would enjoy it.

  4. Sounds like a punch my husband would really love!

  5. Susan says:

    I’m not much of a beer fan, but I am a sweet and spicy fan. I just might be willing to give this beer a try (and know the hubby would like it).

  6. I’ve never heard of that, but I’d be willing to give it a try. I love sweet and spicy combinations, so this might be my kind of drink!

  7. I’m not a beer drinker but this sure does look like a great drink for the holidays

  8. brett says:

    finally, a punch for men to like too LOL

  9. Kristin says:

    Oh my goodness!! This looks so cool!! Thanks for linking up today!!

  10. Interesting. Other than a shanty I have never thought of beer as a mixer. I don’t think I will try the hot and spice but the berry ones may be worth a shot.

  11. Jennifer B says:

    This looks really good! I have never tried beer punch but I bet it’s yummy!

  12. Ohhh perfect for Oktoberfest…Sooo have to try this… YUMM..thanks for sharing

  13. HMMMMM…..very interesting…I’ll have to try it, it sounds like it might be pretty good :) Thanks!

  14. This is SO interesting. I have everything to make it already, so I’ll be trying this out with the hubs tonight. It really does sound like something that would go well with wings!

  15. This is so tasty looking! I love this idea!

  16. Never heard of beer punch, now I’m curious what it tastes like!

  17. Malia says:

    How interesting, I’ve never heard of Beer Punch, but it would be fun to serve at a Holiday Party!

  18. Mary Ellen says:

    Going to try this it sounds so good and I am not much of a beer drinker. Thanks for sharing it at my link party.

  19. Kathy says:

    I’ve never heard of this before! Sounds interesting,
    I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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