The michelada is popular brunch cocktail, hangover cure and is generally a great way to spice up a beer any time of day.
The classic Mexican drink is a sort of low-octane Bloody Mary, and like that drink, everyone can mix his or her own variation of the savory and spicy beverage. The standard recipe combines Mexican lager, tomato juice and freshly-squeezed lime juice with a variety of ingredients like Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, pepper and salt.
So, when drinking a beer with brunch feels odd, or when tequila shots are off the table, reach for a michelada instead. Here's several places to find them in and around D.C.Read More