Moscow mules have fast become one of my favorite cocktails, especially since I found some super inexpensive copper mugs at a garage sale! I like that they are a little beat up, and I love their funky over arched handles. 

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I think the other reason why I love Moscow Mules is that they are made with ginger beer (any excuse to drink something ginger flavored, really).

I’ve tried a ton of different ginger beers and ginger ales, and most of them out there are too sweet for me. Serious ginger lovers, you know what I’m talking about. I want a ginger kick! But Reed’s is pretty good, and it’s usually around 5-6 bucks for four 12 oz. bottles. I like the “extra ginger” flavor. 

Side note: Reed’s makes a pretty tasty rootbeer called Virgil’s too! 

But what if we add another layer of ginger flavor? Say in the form of Super Ginger Kombucha? YEAAAAAS! 

Here we go, ginger-lovers. This one’s for you! 

ginger kombucha moscow mule

Step one: Grab your copper mugs (or a couple glasses) and fill about halfway with ice. 

You want this baby nice and cold! Especially in the summer time. 

Step Two: Pour in your vodka.

1 1/2 ounces will do ya in a shorter glass/copper mugs (or a double shot if it’s been a heck of a week!)

Step Three: Add your lime juice.

You need the juice of 1/2 a lime per drink. 

ginger kombucha moscow mule-14Step Four: Add ginger kombucha and ginger beer in equal parts. 

ginger beer pouring into a copper mug

Or a little more of one or the other, depending on your preference. 

Step Five: Gently stir and garnish with lime slices. 

finished ginger moscow kombucha mule drink

And sip away! Happy Friday and Happy Hour @ Home day! 

Ginger Kombucha Moscow Mule
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  1. 1/2 cup super ginger kombucha (or regular brewed kombucha)
  2. 1 bottle Reeds Ginger Ale
  3. 3 oz vodka
  4. limes (2-3)
  5. ice
  1. In a copper mug or glass tumbler, fill 1/2 way with ice. Pour 1 1/2 ounces of vodka per drink over the ice. Add the juice of 1/2 a lime to each cup.
  2. Add ginger kombucha and ginger beer in equal parts to fill the glass. Gently stir and garnish with lime slices.
  1. To make the ginger kombucha, see this link:
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