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Ginger Beer Mocktail

This Ginger Beer Mocktail is a crisp and refreshing non-alcoholic version of the famous Moscow Mule. Juicy peaches, fresh blackberries, and non-alcoholic ginger beer make this Moscow mule mocktail incredibly delicious.

a peach moscow mule with blackberries and mint on a white board

This ginger beer mocktail is the kind of drink that you make on a whim and hope it’s good. And then you take a sip and your head explodes like a burlap bag full of angry badgers. You know. THAT kind of drink.

As a non-drinker, mocktails are totally my jam! My Mojito Virgin Recipe is so refreshing and light, and this Rose Lemonade is a hit with kids and adults alike.

If you have leftover peaches, try your hand at making Peach Freezer Jam.

blackberries, limes, mint, peaches, and ginger beer for making a peach moscow mule

Why You’ll Love This Summertime Drink

  • Peeeeeeeaches! {Related: How to Cut a Peach}
  • Blackberries!
  • Sharp and intense ginger beer that will punch you in the face.
  • It takes about two minutes to make.
  • It’s a mocktail but you can easily add booze if you’d like.

a bottle of ginger beer being poured into a copper mug

Pro Tips/Recipe Notes

  • You can totally use frozen peaches and frozen blackberries in this drink. Just heat the peaches quickly in the microwave or let them thaw before mushing.
  • If you prefer the peaches to not be in chunks, you can either blend them quickly in a food processor or blender. OR use canned peach nectar which can be found online or in the juice aisle of most grocery stores.
  • Try adding some Peach Syrup or Strawberry Syrup for a fun variation.
  • No ginger beer? Try ginger ale instead.
  • To make a boozy version, add 1.5 oz of vodka with the ginger beer.

an overhead shot of a peach moscow mule with garnishes on a plate and a bowl of ice

More Delicious Summertime Recipes

a peach moscow mule with blackberries and mint on a white board
Print Recipe
5 from 6 votes

Ginger Beer Mocktail

Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time0 mins
Total Time5 mins
Juicy peaches and blackberries make this Moscow mule mocktail insanely delicious.

Ingredients

  • 4 oz ginger beer {I used Bundaberg}
  • 1 peach {skinned and cut into segments}
  • 1 sprig fresh mint
  • 1/2 fresh lime
  • 10 blackberries {fresh or frozen}
  • ice

Instructions

  • In the bottom of a copper mug, mush up one-fourth of the peach using a fork or large spoon.
  • Cover with ice, and pour the ginger beer over the top.
  • Squeeze lime, add the blackberries. Top with mint sprig.
  • Allow everything to sit for five minutes prior to serving.

Notes

If you prefer the peaches to not be in chunks, you can either blend them quickly in a food processor or blender. OR use canned peach nectar which can be found online or in the juice aisle of most grocery stores.
To make a boozy version, add 1.5 oz of vodka with the ginger beer.
Nutrition Facts
Ginger Beer Mocktail
Amount Per Serving (1 mule)
Calories 98 Calories from Fat 9
% Daily Value*
Fat 1g2%
Saturated Fat 1g6%
Sodium 8mg0%
Potassium 285mg8%
Carbohydrates 17g6%
Fiber 2g8%
Sugar 15g17%
Protein 1g2%
Vitamin A 490IU10%
Vitamin C 9.9mg12%
Iron 0.6mg3%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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14 comments on “Ginger Beer Mocktail”

  1. Mocktail is a best way to beat the summer heat. Thank you very much, Sarah, for the recipe of Ginger beer mocktail. The recipe is simple to understand and can be prepared in less than 5 minutes. Please keep sharing such useful information.5 stars

  2. How did I miss this? It’s 2:30 in the morning and I’ve once again been visited by the insomnia fairy. This sounds amazing and I have everything but the peaches, otherwise I’d be in the kitchen right now. Bundaburg is good, but I also enjoy Cock and Bull Ginger beer, but that could be because I’m really a 12 year old boy and it makes me giggle every time. Thanks for this recipe. Cheers!! 

    • Uuuuuugh, I hate the insomnia fairy. She’s such a punk ass!

      I do however, LOVE Cock and Bull ginger beer for the same reasons you mentioned. And urban legend has it that it is the original ginger beer used in the first mule ever created! I just can’t find it anywhere and Bundaburg is available at Costco.

  3. Yum! Moscow Mules are my fave! I can’t wait to try this!

  4. Cannot wait to try!!! Looks so yum. 5 stars

  5. Sounds delicious…can’t wait to try it.5 stars

  6. There are plenty of non-alcoholic ginger beers (I find most are) as well if someone wants a mocktail with a more ginger-y punch!5 stars

    • The Hansens ginger ale I used is extremely gingery; nothing like traditional ginger ale. I drank it while pregnant and barfy, and it’s super strong. If you have a Trader Joes near you, they sell it in single cans. It’s great to try and I highly recommend it!

  7. This sounds so yummy! I’m tempted to play around with a version of this using my soda stream.

  8. The Moscow Mule pictures were so beautiful……I was licking my screen!5 stars

  9. This looks super refreshing!5 stars