Kentucky Mule

Kentucky Mule

Variations on the Moscow Mule are all the rage. You know those super cool drinks served in the oh so hip copper mugs. Yeah, now you know the ones. A Kentucky Mule is one of those variations and it’s made using, you guessed it because you’re smart and you know that BOURBON hails from Kentucky. You also can’t make a mule without alcoholic ginger beer. We’re serving ours up with Crabbie’s. It’s been around for over 100 years, so you know it’s got to be good stuff. It comes in original (which we’ve used here) and two new flavors for you to tempt your taste buds with as well. Spiced Orange and Scottish Raspberry.

Kentucky Mule
It takes taste and imagination to create a drink so delicious that it stands the test of time. The roots of the distinctive Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer stretch all the way back to 1801. John Crabbie capitalized on the nearby port of Leith, Edinburgh, providing him access to ingredients from many nations. He sourced the finest ginger and exotic spices; starting a legacy that would last for generations to come.

Crabbie’s Original Alcoholic Ginger Beer is made to a recipe with 4 closely-guarded secret ingredients. They’re combined with ginger shipped from the Far East, steeped for up to 6 weeks to produce its deep, deliciously spicy flavor.

Kentucky Mule

Find Crabbie’s in your location easily by using their locator.

Kentucky Mule

Once you’ve picked up your ingredients, you’ll want to chill your copper mugs and your Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer prior to getting started so you can keep your beverage extra chilly when it’s time to get your sip on.

As always, we’d like to remind you to drink responsibly.




Disclaimer: Paula Jones of Bell’alimento is a paid endorser for Halewood International Limited. Bell’alimento receives compensation, including free product, for support of Halewood International Limited and its products.

Kentucky Mule

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    1. Fill copper mug with ice.
    2. Into a cocktail shaker place mint. Muddle. Add lime juice and bourbon. Shake to combine.
    3. Pour into ice filled copper mug. Top with ginger beer.
    4. Garnish with lime slices and additional mint if desired.


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      This ginger beer looks so good. I’ve been wanting to try a Kentucky Mule too, and yours looks perfect! Can’t wait to try!

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