a shandy. delish!
Ain't nothin' wrong with Corona in the sun.And there's something to be said for a nice chilly, not too slushy, very strong margarita with a heavy float of Grand Marnier.
i concur on the margarita. beer-wise, hot days are the one time when i really love to down some domestic light beer.
Beerwise, Corona is refreshing because it's like water. Cocktail wise, I'm partial to anything with rum, such as rum and pineapple juice.
I have recently enjoyed a Yuengling a great deal on a hot day. It is my new favorite refreshing beer.But nothing is better than a frozen margarita when it's hot. A margarita makes any gathering feel like a party.
i am completely agreeing with Scottie, in particular with the GM floater - only way to drink a marg. Also, adding MOJITO to the mix. No beer for me.
mint julep. yum.
Iced tea flavored vodka and lemonade. Firefly is alright, but there is another brand that i can't remember the name of that's better. But before I discovered that, i would have said frozen strawberry margarita.
Miller High Life. That's your answer right there, end the thread.
For beer, any light beer will do; having it ice-cold is the key.Cocktail wise, My go to is either an Orange Crush or a Gin and Grapefruit. Nectar of the Gods, I tell you;.
I basically agree with Leslie's answer 100% (though, I also like my margarita's on the rocks).
i drank quite a few Coronas while on vacation, but i definitely associate it with the beach, so its not my go to anywhere else.
I will pass on the Corona and grab a Sol any day. OR. I will ride my bike to the beach bar in Asbury Park and drink a dirty pina colada while sitting on a outdoor bed right on the sand.
For beer - an Oberon or a Two Hearted.For cocktails - a bloody mary or a rocks margarita made with actual lime juice instead of Rose's & of course with salt!
summer brew - lemonade concentrate, light beer, vodka.
Margs at Alero. On a patio.
icy cold Miller High Life pony fresh peach daiquirior plugged watermelon
During the heat of the summer, nothing is as refreshing to me as a ice cold Tom Collins.
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