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Non-Alcoholic Beer Margaritas

Game-day eats like loaded steak nachos, jalapeno poppers and chicken wings must be accompanied by a beverage and non-alcoholic beer margaritas are the way to go. How do you make non-alcoholic beer margaritas you ask? Well, it is actually very simple. To make these non-alcoholic drinks to serve on game day all you need is limeade concentrate, your favorite non-alcoholic beer, all-natural cactus juice to take the place of the tequila and, of course, salt and lime wedges for garnish. These margaritas are really mellow, lightly fruity, tart and have bitter notes for balance. And for those curious about the cactus juice, it is a great substitution for tequila because it has some of the essential flavors of tequila including its mild earthy and fruity notes. Better yet, cactus juice promotes gut health which is much needed when you're indulging in game-day fare plus it can help lower bad cholesterol.

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Total Time: 10 minutes


Serves 8

  • 2 (12-ounce) cans frozen limeade concentrate

  • 4 cups non-alcoholic beer

  • 1 ½ cups all-natural cactus juice

  • Coarse salt and lime wedges

  • Ice


  1. Prepare limeade concentrate according to the packaging instructions. 

  2. Add the non-alcoholic beer and cactus juice. Stir.

  3. Run a lime wedge around the top of each margarita glass. 

  4. Dip in the coarse salt to create the signature salt rim.

  5. Serve over ice and garnish with lime.