O.J. Beer


Why sip a can of O.J. Strong Beer when you can throw it back like this? Our Stronger Than Strong O.J. Jello Shots do exactly as it says on the tin...


  • 1 can of O.J. 20% Strong Beer
  • 45g of orange jello powder
  • 1 cup of vodka
  • 1 large orange cut into tiny wedges
  • 1 teaspoon of maple syrup
  • 1 shot of tequila
  • 850ml boiling water


  • Heatproof glass bowl
  • Plastic shot glasses


In a large heatproof glass bowl or measuring cup, empty the jelly powder and pour over the boiling water. Whisk the mixture until the jelly is completely dissolved. Add in the O.J. Strong Beer and the vodka and stir again.. Pour the mixture into plastic shot glasses and refrigerate until firm, roughly 2-3 hours. Once firm, top each with whipped cream for “foam” and garnish with a tiny orange slices. Enjoy!

Try something new. Out with the old, #inwithOJ

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