Michelada Beer Cocktail

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Where was michelada beer cocktail invented?

Michelada Beer Cocktail is a Mexican beer, lime juice, various sauces (typically chili-based), spices, and chilli peppers are combined to make the michelada. It is offered in a chilled glass with a salt rim. This drink comes in a wide variety throughout Mexico.
Mexico is where the Michelada, a style of drinking beer, first appeared. Beer that has been served extremely cold is combined with lime juice, chilli sauce, and a salt and Tajin rim. It effectively cures hangovers, without a doubt.

Are Micheladas the same as Bloody Mary?

While micheladas start with a light lager, bloody marys are famously made with vodka.

The sour, salty, and occasionally spicy and savoury flavours of the cocktails are another thing they have in common.
The Michelada beer cocktail, which uses cold beer rather than a sharp shot of Russian vodka to ease you back into drinking, is produced.


360 ml light Mexican beer.

360ml ounces Clamato juice or use tomato juice.

1/4 cup freshly squeezed lime juice rinds reserved

1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce

1 tablespoon soy sauce

2 teaspoons hot sauce



1 teaspoon chili powder or Tajin seasoning for rimming the glass

Salt for rimming the glasses

Lime wedges for garnish if desired


In a large, shallow dish, add enough salt and Tajin spice or chilli powder to completely cover the bottom.
Two glasses should have their rims rubbed with lime wedges (or the reserved lime rinds), then they should be dipped into the spicy salt mixture.
Place the ice-filled glasses aside.
Pour equal amounts of lime juice, lager, Clamato juice, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, and spicy sauce into each glass. Mix well.
Add a wedge of lime as garnish.

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