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  • I doubt the drink will become a standard part of the cocktail canon, but the Michelada is a curious treat.

    A Curious Treat From Down Mexico Way

  • In its current state of evolutionary perambulation, the Michelada is a rather broad genus that affords a good deal of regional and personal variation.

    A Curious Treat From Down Mexico Way

  • Michelada - A traditional hangover remedy, the Michelada is part beer, part Bloody Mary and works equally well as a morning pick-me-up or an early evening party-starter.

    Organic Authority.com: 7 Fun Beer Cocktail Recipes

  • Another favorite is the Michelada $8, a beer cocktail with tomato and lime juice and a dressing made of five red chilies.

    Hot Drinks Served Cold

  • Fonda San Miguel's Spanish-style d é cor — tall beamed ceilings, leather upholstered high-backed chairs around heavy wood tables — aptly suits the incredible enchiladas, and the Michelada beer mixed with Worcestershire, Tabasco, lemon, salt and pepper.

    An Urban City in a Countrified Setting

  • Relax in the hotel's lovely courtyard with a cold and spicy Michelada and a saucer of their delicious fresh olives, marinated on the premises 1316 S.

    An Urban City in a Countrified Setting

  • Relax in the hotel's lovely courtyard with a cold and spicy Michelada beer mixed with Worcestershire, Tabasco, lemon, salt and pepper and a saucer of their delicious fresh olives, marinated on the premises.

    Take Monday Off: Austin

  • The Spanish-style d é cor — tall beamed ceilings, leather upholstered high-backed chairs around heavy wood tables — aptly suits the incredible enchiladas, and the Michelada comes DIY, as in, add your Tabasco and Worcestershire as you go.

    Take Monday Off: Austin

  • I have to say that the Michelada sounds like a ruination of beer.

    Archive 2009-05-03

  • I find that the acidic vinegar twang of Tabasco is ill-suited to the Michelada.

    A Curious Treat From Down Mexico Way

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