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Hot Sauce Beer Answered

Hot Sauce Beer wasn't quite right for a slideshow, but I am hoping that it will really find its' stride in the forums.

Despite what you may think, this is a good idea, and it's actually pretty tasty. It's called a Michelada in Spanish.

I swear I am not crazy - Wikipedia and Mexico agree.

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imont

6 years ago

try this:

In a beer glass add a few drops of worcestershire sauce, a few drops of lemon juice, and a little bit of black pepper, add the beer and results in a delicious MICHELADA.

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killerjackalope

9 years ago

Be warned - Someone decided to do this with my beer and tabasco, it was utterly vile tasting, seems to be best with certain sauces...

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dumpster-lips

9 years ago

wow im gonna try it..... im an avid beer drinker and i would like to share putting worcestershire sauce in beer. it tastes like your drinking a steak... it can be dinner!

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canida

11 years ago

Even more exciting: I've actually purchased this cheap beer/clamato combo, then managed to leave it in a friend's fridge. ;)

(Picture compliments of flickr user uncleboatshoes, via CC license.)

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Goodhartcanida

Reply 11 years ago

Ah but does it have Capsicum ? :-) The spice of life you know

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Goodhart

11 years ago

I believe you. I often get Goya Jamaican style Ginger Beer (although non-alcoholic) and it contains a fair amount of capsicum, the Heat of hot peppers. I will actually have to buy a little beer just to try it out, since I am not much of a beer drinker (I prefer either wine at a meal, or aged scotch) but if I am going to drink beer, I need "flavor" (I prefer Guinness Irish Stout) like an ale, or Bock. This will be an interesting twist on fermented hops for sure...