Harry Potter Butter Beer Recipes

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If you’re a fan of the famous Harry Potter series, than you’ve probably always longed to try a delicious Butterbeer, like the ones served in The 3 Broomsticks!harry-potter-butter-beer-recipes

Here are a few of our favorite butterbeer recipes.

1 lb Caster Sugar (what is caster sugar?)
1/4 pint Milk
1/8 lb Butter
1/4 large tin Condensed Milk

Heat the milk. Dissolve sugar in it, and add the butter and condensed milk.
Boil gently for approximately 35 minutes.


Add either milk or water until a drinkable consistency and flavor is reached.

*Watch you don’t burn yourself*


The Leaky Cauldron -Daigon Alley-tankard/bottle
Honeydukes Sweets -Hogsmeade -bottle
The Three Broomsticks -Hogsmeade-tankard/bottle

  • Root Beer or cream soda
  • Butter
  • Cream
  • Butterscotch (chips, sauce or both!)

Pour the (root beer/cream soda) in a cup, and the butter & butterscotch into a a small bowl. Put the bowl of butter and butterscotch in the microwave and melt it.
Then put the root beer in the microwave, but not for long because you want it to be moderately warm, or it isn’t fizzy and good anymore!
Pour some melted butter and butterscotch in the root beer but not too much! Then pour some cream (coffee cream) in. Then stir it all up. It might take a few tries to make it to your liking!

Chilled Butterbeer (Very tasty!)
8oz ginger ale or cream soda (seems to work better!)
2-3 tablespoons of butterscotch syrup

Mix in a tall glass and serve over ice.

For Hot, Frothy Butterbeer(These do not include Cream Soda or Root Beer)

Version 1:
2 1/2 cups of milk
2 tablespoons of brown sugar
1 teaspoon of vanilla
1 level teaspoon of butter


2 1/2 cups of milk
1/2 cup of butterscotch chips

Heat milk in a small saucepan over medium-high heat.
Add the rest of the ingredients. Blend with a small handmixer if you have one, to make it frothy.

Bring the mixture almost to boiling, but not quite.
Pour into mugs and serve!

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