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Various Authors 4:09 p.m., May 27
I don't know if this constitutes a recipe or just a happy accident. It was hot, I was thirsty and these two beverages were in my fridge. You'll be surprised at how tasty and refreshing this drink is. Aloha!
Put a tall glass in the freezer and chill for about a half an hour. Iced tea glasses makes for pretty cocktails. When you are ready to make your drink, remove the chilled glass from the freezer and pour the pineapple juice into the glass. Then add the beer and stir lightly. For a drink fit for a luau, add a piece of fresh pineapple and a maraschino cherry on a wooden skewer, then throw in a paper umbrella. For those of you who won’t be driving, feel free to use your own favorite regular beer.
Added Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2009