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Cape Codder Ale Cocktail

A must have at any holiday party is the Cape Codder Ale. Those bright red cranberries are a staple on a holiday menu and what better way to incorporate them.

Cape Codder Ale Cocktail. A must have at my holiday cocktail party.

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Serving cocktails in Mason Jars is not only stylish but functional. Use the measurements on the side of the jar to measure out your cocktails. You can even screw the lid on and shake up your cocktails to mix them. Just don’t use the jar as a shaker with this cocktail or any cocktail that contains any carbonated drinks.

The Cape Codder Ale is sweet and gingery. The color pops with gorgeous festive color. It is perfect for the holiday season. If you are looking for more festive holiday drinks try my Holiday Bourbon Punch or my Honey Jack Cranberry Tea.

Cape Codder Ale Recipe Tips

Make this cocktail low calorie! Swap out Cranberry Cocktail Juice and Ginger Ale for Diet Cranberry Cocktail Juice and Diet Ginger Ale.

Omit the Ginger Ale and you will have the classic Cape Codder. Also simply known as a Vodka and Cran.

Cape Codder Ale Recipe

Cape Codder Ale
4.34 from 3 votes

Cape Codder Ale

Celebrate the season with this Merry & Bright Cape Codder Ale. 

Course Drinks
Prep Time 1 minute
Total Time 1 minute
Servings 1
Calories 210 kcal
Author Stephanie Jackson


  • 4 oz Cranberry Juice
  • 4 oz Ginger Ale
  • 1.5 oz of Vodka
  • Fresh cranberries for garnish.


  1. Mix all ingredients and pour over ice.
  2. Garnish with fresh cranberries.

Recipe Notes

Omit the ginger ale and you will have a Cape Codder! 

Nutrition Facts
Cape Codder Ale
Amount Per Serving
Calories 210
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Cape Codder Ale. A must have cocktail for my Holiday Party!

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This post was originally posted under my previous blog Year-RoundGiving.

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