By Ed Williams, Noah Rymza and Samantha Geiger
Summer is the perfect time for sun, beach and of course, relaxing with your favorite drink. Whether you want to enjoy a canned beer or cocktail to-go, or visit a restaurant for their specialty beverages, these Main Line drinks will make your summer days even more enjoyable.
Everything’s peachy with this summer take on the Moscow Mule, which spikes its mix of bourbon, lemon, honey and ginger beer with peach liqueur.
503 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne
Relax by the pool or at the beach this summer with a to-go margarita by Boardroom Spirits. With an ABV of 9%, this classic drink will be your summer favorite.
575 W 3rd Street, Lansdale
Keep summer alive with this elegant concoction of bourbon, muddled blackberry, ginger beer and mint.
7 E, Lancaster Ave., Ardmore
Calling all beer lovers! The new Lemon Cerveza is going to be your new best friend. This lemony Mexican-style lager will have you feeling like you’re somewhere tropical.
Try a tasty summer ale with a combination of mango, pink guava, strawberries and a hint of blackberry.
50 Three Tun Road, Malvern
Located above Brick & Brew, this new rooftop bar nails it with House Aged Anejo Tequila, Mezcal, Lime, Agave Nectar with a Togarashi Rim. It goes down way quicker than it should.
31 E. Eagle Road, Havertown
Indulge in this inspired warm-weather creation, which blends vodka, mint, lime and matcha tea liqueur.
696 Unionville Road, Kennett Square
Enjoy a juicy drink with all sorts of tropical flavors like pineapple, guava, grapefruit and orange that will help you escape your everyday worries and put you in relaxation mode.
342 N. Pottstown Pike Suite B, Exton
The creamy foam that tops this classic cocktail is the product of a lot of vigorous shaking.
38 E. Gay St., West Chester
Bringing a bit of sass to summer, this sweet and spicy cocktail blends Hornitos Reposado Tequila, Dolin Dry Vermouth de Chambéry, honeydew simple syrup and grapefruit soda—all topped with a burnt shishito pepper.
214 W. State St., Media
You’ll flip—or, at the very least, roll over—for this happy hour special—vodka with spicy green-bean pickling brine, topped with an actual spicy green bean.
New Zealand Pilsner is always a great island drink that carries an abundance of fruity and citrusy flavors. The Schooner takes those qualities and combines it with a delicious Nelson Sauvin that just amplifies those tropical notes.
3705 West School House Lane, Philadelphia