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Loaded coronas a perfect and simple Summer cocktail. A Corona with more than just a lime.

Loaded Coronas hold a special place in my heart. It is an easy Summer recipe that brings back some great memories. As some of you may know I used to live in Savannah, GA and my friends and I would spend a lot of our time out on Tybee Island. We always went to North Beach and there is this great bar right on the beach called North Beach Bar and Grill. We would go spend hours at the beach and then hit up North Beach Bar and Grill for sweet potato fries and loaded Coronas. They were magical! When we all moved away we would text threads about these loaded Coronas and how we craved them. But they used some kind of obscure liquor that I had no luck finding in the North East. 

Well last month we all decided to pack our bags and meet back in Savannah. We all hadn’t been together all at the same time in almost 5 years. The first thing we did was get on our bathing suits and head out to Tybee Island for the beach and loaded Coronas. To our dismay the bar was out of the normal liquor that they load the Coronas with BUT they had a substitute that the bartender swore was as good as the original and he was right! And now this means I can make them at home and share this simple recipe with you. 

Loaded Corona

Loaded Corona

Loaded coronas a perfect and simple Summer cocktail. A Corona with more than just a lime.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 1 Corona Light
  • 2 oz Deep Eddy Lemon Vodka
  • Lime Wedge


  1. This will be the easiest cocktail you have ever made. Take your bottle opener and pop open your bottle of Corona.
  2. Add Deep Eddy Lemon Vodka until it fills the neck of the Corona. Add your lime wedge and enjoy! 
It’s a Corona with a little bit extra to take the edge off! If you need me I will be enjoying a loaded Corona on the patio. 

It’s week two of the cocktail party! Each week myself and some of my friends will be sharing our favorite summer cocktail recipes. Don’t forget to follow along and let us know what your favorite cocktails to make at home are. 

Orange Crush Cocktail from A Turtle’s Life for Me • Tropical Sangria with Coconut from Daily DIY Life • Loaded Corona from Weekend Craft • Cinnamon Roll Fireball Shot from Our Crafty Mom • Rum Punch Summer Cocktail from Happy Go Lucky • Spiked Honey Arnold Palmer from Red Cottage Chronicle • Ginger Beer Mojito from Creative Ramblings • Orange Creamsicle Cocktail from Create & Babble • Grapefruit Vodka Mule from Upright and Caffeinated

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Welcome to Weekend Craft. Life is busy so I am all about getting projects done on the weekend, whether it be crafts, DIY, home decor, or crafting with your Cricut.

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  1. Wish I had a loaded Corona now! They couldn’t be easier to make. We love Savannah too, and have spent a lot of time there. River Street Sweets is a must stop for pralines and our kids love The Pirate’s House.

  2. I LOVE this idea!! Coronas are my favorite and I just happen to have some lemon vodka. I will be giving this a try this weekend. Thanks much for the recipe!