Cheers to Autumn Cocktails

Pumpkin Cider BeertailSome people prefer the taste of a nice, cold beer over a normal cocktail, so this recipe is perfect for their palate, while also adding a bit of excitement. If your partner is reluctant to try something new, mix ’em up a Pumpkin Cider Beertail: They’ll love it, I promise.Ingredients:

  • 3 bottles of pumpkin ale
  • ½ bottle of apple cider (such as Martinelli’s)
  • 4 cinnamon sticks
  • 4 lemon wedges
  • A dash of ground cinnamon

How to make it:

  • Place a cinnamon stick in each of the four glasses.
  • Pour glasses about ¾ full of pumpkin ale.
  • Fill up the rest with cider.
  • Garnish with lemon wedges and sprinkle cinnamon on top of assed flair.
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MORE FROM YOURTANGO: Finding A Man Is The First StepGinger-Apple WhiskeytailOne of my go-to drinks is a whiskey ginger because they’re reliably cheap, quick and similar from bar to bar. Almost everyone I know, particularly men, loves them too. This is the perfect after-dinner drink for a fall date.Ingredients:

  • 4 oz. ginger ale (for an extra kick, opt for ginger beer instead)
  • 4 oz. apple cider
  • 2 oz. whiskey

How to make it:

  • Mix cider and whiskey together.
  • Pour mixture into highball glass over crushed ice.
  • Add ginger ale and stir.
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MORE FROM YOURTANGO: How To Better Love Your HusbandGin & CranberryPersonally, I’m not a huge fan of gin, but I know there are a lot of gin devotees out there, so since I’ve tried this and it’s pretty great, I thought I’d include it! It’s got a crisp lightness to it that will satisfy even those taste buds that aren’t too keen on hard liquor. The pomegranate keeps it seasonal, while the prosecco gives it a modern twist.Ingredients:

  • 1 oz. gin
  • 1 oz. cranberry juice
  • ½ oz. pomegranate liquor Prosecco
  • A dash of orange bitters Pomegranate (optional)

How to make it:

  • If using them, place pomegranate seeds at the bottom of the champagne flute.
  • Pour in gin, cranberry juice, orange bitters and pomegranate liquor.
  • Top off with prosecco. Voila!
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