Moscow Mule

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Author Notes: This is a cocktail easily made for one, or you can scale up at will. Feel free to make it boozier if you like -- there are no rules.Amanda Hesser

Serves as many as you like

  • 1 part vodka
  • 2 parts ginger beer
  • Lime wedge for garnish
  1. Fill a glass with ice, crushed or cubed.
  2. Fill the glass 1/3 full with vodka.
  3. Top with ginger beer and squeeze in some lime.
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Tags: boozy drinks, cocktails, Drinks, ginger beer, lime, vodka

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3 months ago Starlene Roop

Bundeberg Ginger beer is fantastic. Also, add a dash or two of bitters to your mule. YUM!!

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7 months ago Ninja88

Thanks for info on Buffalo Rock Ginger. Serious Eats also raves about it, stating they thought Vernor's (my go to) was great but Buffalo Rock beats them. Will continue my quest. :-)

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7 months ago Matthew Spalding

If you are in certain areas of the South where it's available, Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale is a good ginger beer proxy. It has some nice "bite" to it.

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8 months ago Nina Lee

Really like the NO high fructose and lower calories. Thanks for info. Getting real tired of all the unnecessary additives.

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8 months ago Linda

Fever Tree mixers are terrific! No high fructose corn syrup & fewer calorie too.

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8 months ago Nina Lee

In Vegas, am searching for all these new Ginger Beers. Been using Vernor's. That is also very good. Time to search web for additional varieties here.

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8 months ago brdw

For Seattleites (or anyone ready to make an online committment to the best ginger beer you can imagine, there's none better than Rachel's Ginger Beer. Hands down. http://rachelsgingerbeer...

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8 months ago karla clement

Fever Tree Ginger Beer or Fever Tree Ginger Ale

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9 months ago Panfusine

This recipe has become a top favorite at home! Simply PERFECT!

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9 months ago Amanda Hesser

Amanda is a co-founder of Food52.

I'm so glad to hear this Panfusine. And this is perfect Moscow Mule weather -- think I might have to make one this weekend!

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11 months ago Carrie Jouflas

I like Kettle One and was introduced to it by a NY relative who thinks it's the best.

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11 months ago Laura Kaesshaefer

What's the best vodka to use?

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about 1 year ago Nina Lee

Sounds great, thanks for input.

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about 1 year ago cercdkc

I prefer 1 part vodka to 2 parts lime juice, to 3 parts ginger beer. Yum.

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8 months ago Linda

Me too, the extra lime makes it more refreshing.

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about 1 year ago Nina Lee

What brand of ginger beer do you suggest?

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about 1 year ago Amanda Hesser

Amanda is a co-founder of Food52.

Goslings, if you can find it.

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about 1 year ago Nina Lee

Great thanks.

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10 months ago Noah

I can't seem to find Goslings. Any other recommendations?

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5 days ago Gerard

Goslings is made high fructose corn syrup. Other brands like Fever Tree are made with cane sugar. I'll take something sweetened with something natural than something made in a lab any day.