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  • 1 limón fresco
  • 1 platito con sal de grano kosher
  • 1/2 cucharadita de Jugo Sazonador Maggi® o salsa de soya, al gusto
  • 1/2 cucharadita de salsa Worcestershire (salsa Inglesa), o al gusto
  • 1/2 cucharadita de TABASCO® brand Original Red Sauce
  • 1 cerveza mexicana (de 12 onzas)
  • Sal al gusto


Parta el limón a la mitad y frótelo alrededor del borde de un tarro de cerveza para humedecerlo; presione ligeramente el borde en el platito con sal.

Llene del tarro con hielo (hasta la mitad).

Agregue tres espolvoreadas de sal sobre el hielo. Exprima el jugo restante del limón y añada el jugo sazonador Maggi®, la salsa Worcestershire y TABASCO® Sauce. Llene el tarro de cerveza y remueva para combinar bien los ingredientes.

Rinde una porción.

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  • Name: Nick
    Date: January 7th, 2016
    These are great! there are more of these recipes at http://michelada-recipes.com. Check them out.
  • Name: Kat
    Date: May 20th, 2015
    We had a Michelada in Taos, New Mexico last week made with Pacifico and for good measure, they added a shot of Tequila as well! Now THAT was a good beer!
  • Name: Donney
    Date: October 26th, 2014
    First, I use a lot more Worcestershire sauce and Tabasco. Second, I've also seen the addition of Clamato called a ojo rojo (red eye). With or without Clamato, it's a great way to drink a beer. As for Mexican beer, I like making my Michelada with Dos Equis Ambar.

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