10 Manmosa recipes – Amazing twists on a traditional drink

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Georgie Radu
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I am a medical microbiologist who loves delicious food, writing and lists. :)

Sometimes you just want to lay on your balcony or in the garden with a refreshing cocktail in your hand, without a care in the world. But you don’t really have alcohol in your house because you don’t drink it that often and the only two choices you have are beer and orange juice. What are you gonna do? Don’t panic! Here are 10 Manmosa recipes that come to your rescue! You will have your cocktail and drink it, too. 🙂

If you’re wondering what delicious meal can you pair a Manmosa with, don’t worry, I’ve got you. After all, this is a recipes blog, isn’t it? Try some chicken thighs cooked according to a Dean Richards recipe, anything cooked in the Pit Boss Smoker, or a low-calorie, delicious, comfort food idea from Remington James.

What is a Manmosa? Why do you need many Manmosa recipes?

A Manmosa is a twist on the traditional brunch cocktail, Mimosa. If the latter is made using champagne and orange juice, the Manmosa is less pretentious. With just some beer and some orange juice, you can have your great cocktail in less than a minute. Fresh, alcoholic, orange, at your service, the Manmosa!

Try one of these Manmosa recipes!

1. The Manmosa that everyone will love, according to Melissa Kaylene

For the Manmosa:
2 12-ounce bottles of Corona Light® or Corona Extra ®
1 cup of orange juice (I like to use orange juice not from concentrate)
4 ounces of SVEDKA® citron flavored vodka (or non-flavored SVEDKA® vodka for a less-sweet version)
For the candied oranges:
2 oranges, sliced ⅛ inch thick
1 cup water
1 cup sugar
2 Tablespoons of fresh orange juice

How to:

Combine sugar, water, and orange juice. Bring to a boil, then reduce down to a simmer and add the orange slices in a single layer. Simmer uncovered for 15 minutes, flipping the oranges once or twice during this time.

Place the oranges on a wire cooling rack until cool.

Once cooled, fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Add the vodka and orange juice and shake until combined. Pour into glasses and top with Corona beer. Garnish with the candied orange slices.

2. Beermosa recipe

Ingredients: Florida Orange juice and Blue Moon Belgian White beer

How to:

– In a glass, combine 1 part Florida Orange Juice with 2 parts Blue Moon Belgian White beer.

– Garnish with a Florida Orange peel and enjoy!

3. The manly mimosa recipe

  • 1 12- ounce bottle light beer
  • 1 cup fresh squeezed orange juice
  • 4 ounces vodka
  • 12 ounces champagne
  • orange slices for garnish

How to:

  • Fill a cocktail shaker with ice.
  • Add the vodka and orange juice, and shake to combine.
  • Pour the mixture into a pitcher. Stir in the beer and champagne.
  • Divide the manmosa between four pilsner or beer glasses.
  • Garnish with oranges and serve immediately.

4. Manmosa – Delicious Little Bites

  • 4 ounces of beer
  • 2 ounces of whisky
  • 2 ounces of orange juice
  • strawberries or orange slices for garnish

How to:

– Combine the beer, whiskey, and orange juice in a glass.

– Garnish and serve.

5. Manmosa – Taste of home

  • 1 bottle of beer
  • 1 cup fresh orange juice
  • 2 ounces of Triple Sec

How to:

Divide beer between 2 tall glasses. Add 1/2 cup orange juice and 1 ounce Triple Sec to each glass.

6. Cocktail O’Clock: The Manmosa


– champagne

– orange juice

– wheat beer

7. Sweatpants & Cocktails – The Manmosa – 3 recipes

The Lazy Manmosa


  • A 16-ounce glass, like a pub glass
  • A bottle of sparkling wine
  • Juice. What kind? Well, what do you have? You can stay traditional and use orange juice, or grab some cranberry juice or lemonade. It’s up to you!

How to:

  1. Pour about half of the bottle of sparkling wine into the glass.
  2. Pour some juice into the glass, as much as you prefer.
  3. Sip it. Maybe while relaxing in a hammock. Or reading comments on any blog post, because that will definitely make you want to drink.

The Manmosa for Classy Daydrinkers


  • A 16-ounce glass
  • A bottle of sparkling wine
  • A bottle of white or red wine, your preference
  • Fruit. Any kind, seriously. Except for bananas. More like strawberries, blueberries, oranges, lemons, limes, peaches, raspberries, and grapes
  • Juice if you want it
  • Additional libations (optional); a shot of vodka is a solid bet

How to:

  1. Cut the fruit and muddle it in the bottom of the glass.
  2. Add equal parts sparkling wine and red/white wine.
  3. Add juice and additional liquor if you want. Stir.
  4. Put some ice in there, if you want.

The “Impress Them” Manmosa


  • A 16-ounce glass, like a pub glass
  • A bottle of sparkling wine
  • A shot of gin
  • A shot of vodka
  • A shot of tequila
  • A shot of white rum
  • Some triple sec
  • Lemon juice
  • Simple syrup, agave, or honey, if you want.

How to:

  1. Combine the shots of ALL the liquor in the glass. Shake or stir.
  2. Add the champagne, as much as will fit in the glass (or as much as you want).
  3. Taste it. Is it sweet enough? Too sweet? If not sweet enough, add simple syrup, agave, or honey to taste. If too sweet, add lemon juice.

8. The Manmosa

9. Manmosa – easy to make in a large batch

  • 10 ounces beer – a hoppy pilsner or IPA works best – David Kenyon, bar manager at Blue’s Egg, recommends using Victory Prima Pils.
  • 6 ounces of orange juice
  • one orange wheel (for garnish)

How to:

In a chilled pint glass, pour the beer slowly so there is no foam. Top with the orange juice and garnish with an orange slice.

10. The Manmosa

  • 1 bottle of blood orange Great South Bay
  • orange juice

How to:

In a pint glass, fill about three-quarters with the blood orange ale. Add orange juice another quarter of the way up in the glass.

There you have it! Your next brunch party is covered with a new, fresh, cheeky idea. Impress your friends and family with this great cocktail – the Manmosa!


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