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I'm reviewing this reluctantly as clearly the submitter and her family and others enjoy this. But this was really not very good and after doing some looking it seems that the proportions are "backwards" from most michelada recipes. This had one part beer to 3 of clamato -- the majority of recipes are showing 1 part clamato to 3 or 4 parts beer! No offense but to me this ended up being bizarre tomato juice rather than a beer cocktail. I think I will try a more "straight" version and honestly I hope someone posts "the usual" version so that there's better representation and choice regarding this drink.
The only changes I made are to use worchestershire sauce and fresh key lime juice instead of lemon and soy sauce. You may also want to try it with an authentic Mexican beers like Modelo Especial or the like. Great way to beat the Texas summertime heat!
A friend of mine made this for me from scratch using these ingredients back when I first started drinking only she used worchestershire sauce instead of soy and lime juice instead of lemon juice. It's sort of like a Bloody Beer only clammy. It's a must try at least once in your life. I have this at least once a summer. It's an acquired taste but really a great spin on your usual summer drinks. NOTE: You can cut out the middle man and use Bloody Mary Mix if you're low on ingredients.
We make one similar to this, but we use worchestershire sauce instead of soy sauce, limes instead of lemons and instead of salt we use cajun seasoning.
An oyster bar we go to takes an additional step and adds one raw oyster and one cooked shrimp. It tastes better than it sounds.
I have had many versions of this ranging from just Clamato and beer to this well seasoned and flavored version. What I liked about this was that it tasted like a Bloody Mary but more refreshing and you can definitely drink more of them! i would say that the proportions are a little off - certainly it equals 16 oz which is right for a mug but after you add the ice there is leftover. For two drinks I doubled and mixed all the ingredients for the seasoned tomato juice and split about 60% of it between two mugs that were filled with ice then I had the seasoned juice on the side for the next round!