Last Updated on January 20, 2020 by The ‘Noms.
This cranberry mocktail is a hit from the start, perfect for the holiday season with the cranberries, but flavorful all year long!
So….Moscow Mule Mugs. Not a cheap purchase! But, we love ours and use them all the time, so if you are looking to make an investment in them, just do it! They are perfect for our ton of Moscow Mule recipes, or for this non-alcoholic Moscow Mule! If you’re a fan of ginger beer, you’re sure to love this Cranberry Mocktail!
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I love Moscow Mules. They are delicious, refreshing, and great for cocktail hour. I love the flavors, so we wanted to come up with a delicious version we could drink even when we don’t want alcohol. This is a great alternative to serve at parties with friends who don’t drink.
Is Ginger Beer Non-Alcoholic?
If you have never had ginger beer, most isn’t alcoholic, even our kids like it. Some ginger beers are, like Crabbies. But, you should give ginger beer a try!
It is much more gingery and spicy than ginger ale. Ginger ale will NOT be a substitute for ginger beer in this recipe. Ginger ale would be far too sweet and won’t have the bite that ginger beer has in this cranberry mocktail.
Looking for more mocktail recipes?
- Grape Moscow Mule
- Peach and Basil Mule
- Campfire Mule
- Pineapple Strawberry Mule
- Orange Mule
- Galaxy Mule
Why Does a Moscow Mule Have to Be In a Copper Mug?
Why? Because it looks awesome on Instagram. Ha!
Actually, it is all about keeping that drink cool and refreshing for longer. The metal will take on the cold temp of the drink with a lot of crushed ice. Which makes this drink and the copper mug the perfect summer treat to keep you cool. Or all year long.
And again, so you will look awesome on Instagram. Make sure to see our awesome Instagram too!
Do You Shake a Moscow Mule?
No, please don’t! You will regret your life choices if you do! This cranberry mocktail is pretty much the easiest because you just fill the mug and drink!
This is such an easy mocktail, and if you are wanting alcohol, just add 2 ounces vodka or gin, and you are good to go. Easy to make, this one is a winner for all, and perfect for the winter season, or all year long!
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Like this recipe? Try these below, too!
Other Non Alcoholic Mule Recipes
- Strawberry Mocktail Mules – Simply Whisked
- Non Alcoholic Moscow Mule – LMLD
- Raspberry Lemon Mule – Dad with a Pan
- Pineapple Moscow Mule – What the Fork
- Peach Moscow Mule – Sustainable Cooks
This Non Alcoholic cranberry mocktail is a great holiday twist for those not imbibing, or great all year long as a Cranberry Moscow Mule, just without the vodka!
- 2 oz cranberry juice
- .50 oz lime juice
- 4-5 oz ginger beer
Non Alcoholic Cranberry Moscow Mules
- Combine all ingredients in a Moscow Mule cup, or glass with crushed ice.
- Stir to combine.
- Top with more cranberries if desired.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 83Sodium: 10mgCarbohydrates: 18.8gFiber: 2.1gSugar: 14.6gProtein: .1g
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