This Picante Old Bay Michelada beer recipe is a twist on normal Micheladas. This Mexican beer cocktail is made with beer and tomato juice. This easy twist is sure to be a hit! If you enjoy Bloody Marys, these Mexican beer cocktails are for you.
Picante Old Bay Michelada Beer Cocktail Recipe
Savory drinks don’t sound very interesting to me. So when I heard that Micheladas were Mexican beer cocktail, “Like a Bloody Mary, but with beer!” I was 1000% uninterested. I love beer cocktails, and I love tomato juice. But no thank you.
My dad, on the other hand, was interested in giving them a dry. He’s a huge fan of Midori Negra, so he bought a 6-pack, a bottle of Clamato, and set to work.
After an entire afternoon of mixing, tasting, and mixing some more, I’m not turned off by savory drinks anymore. But I’m certainly not going to go out of my way to drink them. But if you enjoy Bloody Marys, these Mexican beer cocktails are for you.
We settled on three different recipes. This one was probably the most popular and the easiest As my husband put it, “It tastes like salsa!” He was very excited.
You may be tempted to add a shot of tequila to these. Ignore that feeling. We added a shot of it Jose Cuervo to this and my dad and I both gagged. He loved this drink, and that shot destroyed it for him. Stick to beer.
Are you a fan of beer? Check out my other beer cocktail recipes!
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- 4 oz Clamato
- 2 oz Midori Negra Beer
- 2 tsps hot picante
- 1/2 tsp Old Bay seasoning
- crushed ice
- celery, for garnish
- Put crushed ice into a glass.
- Gently mix the Clamato and beer together with the ice.
- Add the picante and Old Bay seasoning.
- Put a stalk of celery in the glass for garnish.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 0Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 0mgFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 0g