Sippable Sabbats

Lughnasadh Beer Cocktail

Lavish your tongue this Lammas and Lughnasadh with this beer cocktail. What better way to celebrate the grain harvest, than with wheat beer, bourbon, and brandy concoction to sip in the abundance, power, and cleansing energies of this time. 

A Lammas & Lughnasadh Beer Drink Recipe

With its grain base, beer is an easy & simple concoction to imbibe for the harvest energies of abundance, purification, ancestry, & grounding. But you can also use this in a cocktail. YES – a beer cocktail.

If you are looking for some magical mixed beverages to inspire the more transformative energies of Lammas/Lughnasadh, so you can go forward to harvest even more on the next two harvests, then this beer cocktail is for YOU! Immediately after a single sip of this concoction, I noticed I was more centered and felt a personal power and strength ringing through my body. Plus, it celebrates the harvest flavors (beer for grain harvest, apple to celebrate start of apple season), to bring in success & abundance! This delicious, slightly spicy, but nuanced beer cocktail will inspire an influx of energy, for purification, and motivation. For a tutorial, check out my instagram or YouTube.

Lughnasadh Beer Cocktail

A ginger, chamomile, orange, and apple brandy beer cocktail to celebrate the summer harvests and purifying power of the sun.

Ingredients
  

  • 1 thin slice ginger
  • 1/2 ounce Chamomile-Orange Solar Harvest Syrup https://witchcraftcocktails.com/libations-of-lammas-lughnasadh/
  • 1 ounce fresh lemon juice
  • 1 ounce apple brandy
  • 3-4.5 ounces Belgium white/wheat beer
  • 1/2 ounce bourbon (optional)

Instructions
 

  • Place ginger in the bottom of your cocktail shaker and add your chamomile-orange syrup, or simple syrup.
  • Muddle the ginger, visualizing its purification and energizing potency activating and intermingling with abundant & creative syrup. Connect with what your intentions are for the cocktail, and what energies you want to activate as the ingredients are infusing together.
  • Add in lemon and apple brandy (and bourbon, if desired), ice.
  • Shake, then strain into a beer tulip. Pour in beer on top, and adorn your cocktail with an orange or lemon peel, or a lemon wheel with a few pieces of chamomile adrift on it.
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