Grapefruit Moscow Mule

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Serves 2
Ingredients
-12 oz. ginger beer- 6 oz. per drink (goslings or fever tree)
-3 limes
-6 oz. Deep Eddy’s Ruby Red Grapefruit Vodka
-optional: mint leaves or lavender sprig for garnish
Directions
There are two different ways I like to add lime to a moscow mule. 1) Begin by cutting the limes into wedges. Either squeeze the lime juice out with your fingers, or use a muddler to press the juice out. 2) Use a hand held lime squeezer to press the juice out. No. 2 is my favorite way just because it seems to really press the most juice out of the limes. If you prefer a less lime-y moscow mule then I’d go with method no. 1. After adding the lime juice in each copper mug pour ~3 oz. of Deep Eddy’s ruby red vodka. Fill each copper mug with ice all the way to the brim. Then top with ~6 oz. of ginger beer, or until it reaches the brim of the mug. Give each drink a quick stir and enjoy!