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National Margarita Day 2011: Beergaritas

By LMayes |

Today is National Margarita Day. Because we live in a great country where there is such a thing as National Margarita Day. No matter that the first Margarita was created in 1934 in Mexico City, the US has adopted the cocktail as its own. And I’m fine with that. I’m also fine with this lovely collection of margarita attire that I found on Etsy. And what do you put in the coolest margarita glasses?…the coolest, easiest, yummiest margarita ever imaginable: The Beergarita. Seriously. You won’t be disappointed.

Keep reading to find out where to get this dandy margarita set and get the coveted recipe for Beergaritas! …

All good things come from Etsy.

Check it out.

And for what to put in them…


Yes. They do exist. And they’re great. And easy. And potent.

Two 12 oz bottles of beer (For this, I suggest Corona or Sol)

2 oz Tequila

1 small tin of frozen Limeade




Mix the first 3 ingredients together. Serve with the last three ingredients. On the rocks, as any decent Beergarita should be served.

Or, if you’re into more of the frozen feel, Mix the first 3 ingredients with the ice in a blender.

I like to drink mine with lots of limes. And fresh mint. But I’m weird with the mint.


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About LMayes



Laura Mayes, a Texas mom of one, is a welcome addition to this year’s list. Her wonderfully-photographed blog is part humor, part sass and really, really smart (we shouldn’t be surprised, since Mayes helped to found social media site Kirtsy with fellow Top Mom Blogger Gabrielle Blair). Blog con Queso covers all topics essential to creating a stylish life, from absolutely fabulous products to recipes that make us want to run (not walk) straight to our kitchen! So whether you need instructions on building the perfect scarecrow or are just curious to know the latest music playing on her iPod, head over to Blog con Queso for some good, cheesy fun!

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