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Mulled beer recipe - Grzane piwo


20 min





About the Recipe

To make mulled beer, start by pouring your favorite beer into a pot and heating it over low heat. Add in your desired spices and sweetener, stirring occasionally. Be careful not to let the beer boil, as this can ruin the flavor.

Once the spices and sweetener are fully incorporated, you can serve the mulled beer in mugs, garnished with cinnamon sticks or orange slices. This drink is perfect for sipping by the fire and enjoying with friends and family.

If you want to take your mulled beer to the next level, try experimenting with different types of beer and spices. Some popular variations include using dark beers like stouts or porters, or adding in herbs like rosemary or thyme for an extra layer of flavor. Cheers!


Ginger syrup:

  • 250 g of sugar

  • 150 ml of water

  • 1 fresh ginger

  • 1 tsp of ginger powder

  • Juice of 1/2 a lemon

Ingredients for one portion:

Mulled beer:

  • 1 can of beer - lager - 500 ml

  • 1 slice of orange

  • Orange zest from one orange

  • 1 pinch of cardamom

  • 1 cinnamon stick

  • 1 tsp of powder cloves


Ginger syrop:

  1. Peel and slice the fresh ginger.

  2. Place the ginger in the saucepan, pour 150 ml of water. Let it simmer for 15 min.

  3. Add sugar, ginger powder and the lemon juice. Let it simmer on small heat for about 2h.

  4. Pour the syrop into the jar through the strainer.

Mulled beer:

  1. In a saucepan, pour the beer and heat it over low to medium heat. Be careful not to let it boil.

  2. Add the cinnamon stick, cloves, cardamom and orange zest to the saucepan.

  3. Simmer the mixture gently for about 15 minutes, allowing the flavors to meld together. Stir occasionally.

  4. Once the flavors have infused, remove the saucepan from the heat.

  5. Strain the mulled beer into mugs or heatproof glasses, discarding the spices and orange slices.

  6. Serve the mulled beer warm and enjoy!

Optional: If desired, add additional spices like nutmeg or star anise for extra flavor. Be mindful not to overpower the beer's taste.

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