Moscow mules are one of the few drinks that can be enjoyed year round! It also helps that they are served up beautiful copper cups that keeps your drink cold and fresh for a long time. Today we are giving you a classic drink recipe with a summer twist! We're showing you how to make a Pineapple Moscow Mule, a drink that is refreshingly light and will have you dreaming about those summer days on the beach or near a pool!



So here's the best part it doesn't take a lot to make this drink and the ingredients can be easily transported to any summer get together by using our Freezable PackIt Lunch Bag. From keeping all the ingredients cool, to your copper cups chilled, we've got you covered!



This drink will take you less than 10 minutes to make from start to finish. What you'll need is ginger beer (any kind you prefer), a couple of limes or already packaged lime juice, fresh cut pineapple, and pineapple flavored vodka - we used New Amsterdam's Pineapple Vodka. In a cocktail shaker first add one cup of ice. Then add in 2 table spoons of lime juice or squeeze one whole lime, 2 shots of your pineapple vodka, and about 3/4 of your ginger beer! Shake this up for a couple of minutes until all the ingredients are mixed well.



You'll then fill each of your copper glasses with ice and pour your drink evenly into each cup. Now you'll want to chop up some pineapple into smaller chunks and add into each drink! You can garnish your drink with a lime or cute festive pineapple stirring sticks! It's now time to enjoy your summer time drink with friends and family! Cheers and always be sure to drink responsibly!



Written by Craig Maloney

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