8/18/2011 – Micheladas

Micheladas are mixed drinks made with beer. They come in different forms but our favorite (so far) are the ones they make at Augie’s Bar and Bait Shop in Loreto. This is how I think they’re made. BTW, we ask for them “extra spicy”.

Michelada

-Smear the rim of a 16 oz. glass with lime and then dip the glass in salt to coat the rim.
-Fill the glass with ice.
-Squeeze juice from one or two limones so that there is about 1/2 to 3/4 of an inch of lime juice in the bottom.
-Add a dash of worcestershire sauce.
-Add a healthy dash of the hot sauce of your choice. C’mon, don’t be a weenie.
-Add salt and pepper.
-Fill the glass 3/4 full with Clamato juice.
-Stir.
-Fill the rest of the way with beer (preferably Pacifico). This will take a little less than half the bottle.
-Serve. Add more beer as the level in the glass allows until it’s all gone.

Yummers!


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About sryoder

Steve & Lulu... retired. Had enough of the cold wet dreary fall/winter/spring in the Pacific Northwest. Bought a boat, fixed it up, sold our home and sailed to Mexico in November, 2010. Been here ever since except for occasional forays to the States (summer only, thank you) to visit the kids, parents and siblings. If you're looking for a sailing blog, this is the wrong place. This is a traveling, hunkering in, eating blog. Sailing is just how we get from place to place when we can't walk.
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4 Responses to 8/18/2011 – Micheladas

  1. Anonymous says:

    What am I overlooking? There are two post same day on Micheladas, why? Why the comment on clam stuff? Love, mom

  2. Fixed Carbon says:

    We are looking forward to Micheladas in December.

  3. SV Ceol Mor says:

    I am a fan of 2 parts pink lemonade mixed with 1 part lager. Yum indeed! Fantastic when its hot and it gives a purpose to both pink lemonade AND non-chewy beer!

  4. Ceol Mor…Interesting variation. We love our limonadas so we might have to give this one a try.-Steve

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