The Boilermaker cocktail is not a cocktail in the true sense, because its two main ingredients, whiskey and beer can also be consumed separately; here, the beer is used as a chaser to sip on after the shot of whiskey has been drunk.
The Irish Car Bomb cocktail does exactly what it’s name says, because the combination of Irish stout beer with Irish cream and Irish whiskey is a potent mixture which can knock out those who aren’t used to drinking such powerful stuff.
The Black Velvet cocktail was invented by a bartender working at the Brook’s Club in London in 1861, to commemorate and mourn the death of Prince Albert, who was Queen Victoria’s Prince Consort, beloved by everyone.
The Flaming Doctor Pepper cocktail was reportedly invented at the Ptarmigan Club in Texas during the 1960s, and it became so popular because it tastes similar to the carbonated beverage and because the flaming serving is spectacular.
Beer cocktails can be a lot of fun at parties, and there are several reasons for that; they are exciting to prepare and consume, they are refreshing, and they are not very expensive either because they mostly contain beer.