Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Submitted for Zaar World Tour 2005. Michelada takes its name from a Spanish slang term for cold beer. The lime juice adds a nice zing to the beer whereas the Worcestershire and Tabasco add an interesting depth to the taste. From a special issue of Saveur called The Best of Tex-Mex Cooking.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Dip rims of 2 tall chilled glasses into a saucer of water, shake off excess, then dip rims into a saucer of salt.
  2. Fill each glass halfway with ice, then about one-third full with lime juice, and top off each with beer.
  3. Add Worcestershire and Tabasco to each. Garnish with lime wedges.
Most Helpful

We had this last night down here in Mexico and it's WONDERFUL . . . so refreshing! Came right back to the boat and searched to find the recipe . . . it was here all along . . . duh, of course!!!!

Galley Wench January 21, 2008

I have been doing this for years its the best a little clamato is good to!

PrettyMess November 21, 2007

I made this with Pacifico -- it was delicious. I would never have thought of this combo, so thank you for posting!

Aunt Cookie July 04, 2007