• Base Spirit Beer
  • Preparation Mixed
  • Flavor Spicy
  • Served On the Rocks

The Michelada is everywhere in Mexico. And, everywhere in Mexico there is a different opinion on how the drink should be made. There is consensus that the Michelada is made with a flavorful mix of spice, savory, and citrus combined with beer and served on the rocks.

The version featured here is a common, tomato juice based recipe akin to a beer based Bloody Mary.

Photo by pegatina [CC2.0]

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Print Recipe
  1. Rim a pint or pilsener glass (or plastic cup) with tajín.
  2. Mix the tomato juice, lime juice, hot sauce, Worcestershire, and celery salt in a glass.
  3. Add ice cubes to 1/4 inch below the rim.
  4. Top off with beer and garnish with lime.
  5. Continue to freshen up the glass with the remaining beer as you drink.

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