Making green beer is easier than you may think. There are only two ingredients: beer and food coloring. You can technically dye beer almost any color (i.e. red for Valentine's Day, orange for Halloween, blue for Independence Day, etc.). Once you get the hang of it, colored beer can be a fun addition to any holiday party.
The beer you use is important. You want to use a light-colored beer so the food coloring will easily mix. Using a dark beer (like Guinness) will require too much food coloring which may change the flavor of the beer, or not even color the beer at all.
Start by adding three drops of green food coloring for each bottle of beer. Adding the food coloring to the bottom of an empty glass works best because when you pour the beer on top, it will help mix it. Adjust the color by adding more dye if you like.
Blue food coloring works also, when mixed with a brighter yellow beer making a nice green colored brew. But be sure to test a drop of blue in a little of the beer to see the result.
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