What cocktails can I make with gin, grape juice, and ginger ale?

Cocktail Colin says:

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I have found a cocktail that includes gin and ginger ale, but it also has lime juice and sugar syrup in it. Given these options, I think this cocktail could be a great match for you based on the ingredients and flavors you're looking for.
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You asked: Cocktails with gin, grape juice, and ginger ale. We found 10 cocktails answering the question.


The Gimlet is a classic cocktail that dates back to the early 19th century and has remained a popular choice...

Lime juice (15ml), Gin (60ml), Sugar Syrup (15ml)

3 ingredients
4.66 / 5

Moscow Mule

Moscow Mule is a classic cocktail with a rich history and a refreshing flavour profile. It is believed to have...

Vodka (45ml), Lime juice (10ml), Ginger Beer (120ml)

3 ingredients
4.63 / 5

Gin Gin Mule

The Gin Gin Mule is a refreshing and zesty cocktail that combines the herbal notes of dry gin with the...

Lime juice (15ml), Ginger (60ml), Sugar Syrup (7.5ml), Ginger Beer (Top up), Angostura Bitters (Dash), Dry gin (60ml)

6 ingredients
4.48 / 5

Jamaican Apple Mule

The Jamaican Apple Mule is a refreshing and zesty cocktail that offers a tropical twist on the classic mule. With...

Lime juice (10ml), Mint Leaves (6), Ginger Ale (Top up), Apple liqueur (20ml), Apple Juice (50ml), Apple vodka (50ml)

6 ingredients
4.4 / 5

Mermaid Mule

What makes this cocktail blue? It's curaçao, a blue liqueur made from citrus peels! Its tangy flavour is the perfect...

Vodka (60ml), Lime juice (30ml), Ginger Beer (15ml), Blue Curaçao (30ml)

4 ingredients
3.79 / 5

Succulent Mule

Made after an afternoon of planting succulents on a warm November afternoon. Wanted something refreshing, with some bite and citrus...

Ginger Beer (105ml), Rye Whiskey (45ml), Maraschino cherry liqueur (15ml), Grapefruit Bitters (Dash)

4 ingredients
3.73 / 5

Swedish Mule

The Swedish Mule is a refreshing cocktail that takes a Scandinavian twist on the classic Moscow Mule. Traditionally served in...

Vodka (60ml), Lime juice (30ml), Sugar Syrup (15ml), Ginger Beer (120ml)

4 ingredients
3.71 / 5

Kentucky Mule

A variation of the Moscow Mule from the US, before vodka was so prevalent.

Lime (Half ), Ginger Beer (150ml), Angostura Bitters (Dash), Bourbon (60ml)

4 ingredients
3.66 / 5

Brazilian Mule

The Brazilian Mule is a tropical twist on the classic Moscow Mule, substituting the traditional vodka with cachaça, the national...

Lime (3), Ginger Beer (800ml), Cachaça (200ml)

3 ingredients
3.62 / 5

Cotswold Mule

A take on the classic Moscow Mule, but utilising the delicious Cotswold Vodka giving it a clean crisp taste. Delicious...

Lime juice (30ml), Ginger Beer (Top up), Angostura Bitters (Dash), Vodka (60ml)

4 ingredients
3.53 / 5


We've collated some quick fire Q&A's on the question to help you find exactly what you're looking for.

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Can I replace ginger ale with ginger beer in cocktails?

Yes, you can replace ginger ale with ginger beer in cocktails. Ginger beer has a stronger ginger flavor and is often spicier, which can add an extra kick to your drink.

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What is the difference between gin and vodka?

Gin and vodka are both clear spirits, but gin is flavored with juniper berries and other botanicals, whereas vodka is more neutral and often made from grains or potatoes. This makes gin more aromatic and complex compared to vodka.

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How do I make my own sugar syrup for cocktails?

To make sugar syrup, combine equal parts sugar and water in a saucepan. Heat the mixture over medium heat, stirring until the sugar is fully dissolved. Let it cool before using it in cocktails. You can store it in the refrigerator for up to a month.

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Can I use fresh grape juice instead of store-bought for cocktails?

Yes, fresh grape juice can be used in cocktails and may provide a fresher, more vibrant flavor compared to store-bought versions. Just make sure to strain the juice to remove any pulp or seeds before using it in your cocktail.

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What glassware should I serve gin cocktails in?

Gin cocktails can be served in a variety of glassware depending on the recipe. Common choices include highball glasses for long drinks like gin and tonic or mules, and martini glasses for classic gin cocktails like gimlets.

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