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I love a good cocktail and so do my best friends. This post is all about having your friends over to enjoy a good simple drink. I am going to share a gluten free watermelon Moscow mule recipe with you and answer a few questions like, “what are Moscow mules made of?” and “does ginger have gluten?”, also “is ginger beer gluten free?”. If you have been in search of the best Moscow mule recipe then you are going to love this version made with gluten free vodka!
Gluten Free Watermelon Moscow Mule
The warm weather is still here, and I am loving being able to invite my friends over for a fun happy hour on my back patio. Living in Washington for the past 3 years made it hard to have time with my girls. Since we are back near our family now, I am planning on enjoying every second I can with the ones I love! We put an awesome table and chair set out back with some fun hanging lights. Since we are here to stay for a while, we have been fixing the house up and making it a home.
We all love a good Moscow mule recipe, so creating a watermelon Moscow mule with gluten free vodka was a no brainer. I was truly excited to work with Prairie Organic Spirits because I have been looking for some great tasting gluten free spirits for a long time. The fact that they are certified organic made them my new go-to. The flavor is so incredibly smooth. When making drinks and looking for spirits, something classic and clean is my go-to.
Gluten Free Vodka
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The crisp and clean flavor of this watermelon Moscow mule truly makes it the best Moscow mule recipe I have made. Nothing beats a light and fruity cocktail that isn’t too sweet while spending time with your favorite people on a warm summer night. My girlfriends loved this drink and we will be making it again soon!
Along with our gluten free Moscow mule, I served organic small bites that were absolutely fabulous! We had fresh fruit, organic hummus with almond crackers, organic Caprese salad apps, and cantaloupe with prosciutto. It all paired perfectly, and they were insanely easy to make in a flash.
What are Moscow Mules made of?
In general Moscow mules are made of ginger beer, lime juice, vodka, and you can add anything else to customize it. The ingredients for this gluten free Moscow mule are…
- Prairie Organic Vodka
- Ginger Beer
- Fresh Lime Juice
- Watermelon Juice- You can buy this in a carton at the store, or make your own by just putting watermelon in the blender and using a strainer to extract the juice.
- Mineral Water
This recipe is made of minimal ingredients that are easy to find!
Does Ginger have gluten?
Ginger root is entirely gluten free. You can purchase it in the produce section. To use ginger you will need to peel it and you can chop or grate it to use in recipes and even make tea out of it.
Is Ginger Beer gluten free?
Traditional ginger beer is a soda and generally it is naturally gluten free. Every brand is different though, so you should always be checking the labels! I have purchased alcoholic ginger beer before that was gluten free too.
This weekend is the perfect time to invite over your friends and put this amazing Moscow mule recipe together! Have you tried Prairie Organic Spirits yet?
Gluten Free Watermelon Moscow Mule
This simple gluten free and organic recipe is the perfect refreshing cocktail all summer long
- 1/4 cup watermelon juice
- 1 12 oz. bottle ginger beer traditional ginger beer soda
- 2 tbsp. fresh lime juice
- 1/4 cup Prairie Organic Vodka
- 1/2 cup mineral water
In a cocktail shaker add the watermelon juice, ginger beer, lime juice, and vodka. Shake to mix. Fill the Moscow mule cups half way with crushed ice and pour the cocktail over the ice. Use mineral water to fill the cups and garnish with mint.
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