It’s a great, refreshing Mexican cocktail that combines light and crisp Mexican beer with bold, mouthwatering ingredients like hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, spiced salt, and freshly squeezed lime juice.
You'll notice that there are no measurements for ingredients for the salt rim and that is because it depends on how many cocktails you will be making. You can make enough salt for just a couple of cocktails, or you can make enough to many.
General proportion for a spicy salt mix that I use is about 1 tablespoon of salt to 1 tablespoon of chili powder and about a teaspoon of paprika. If you want to keep it easy, you can use Tajin seasoning for cocktails. It's fast and convenient.
To make the salt rim, combine salt, chili powder, and paprika together and mix well. Rub the rim of the glass with a lime wedge all around the rim and then dip the rim into the seasoning to liberally coat the rim with seasoning.
Carefully add some ice into a pint glass (so you don't knock off the seasoning) and add hot sauce, lime juice, and Worcestershire sauce.
Add half the beer into the glass and give it a gentle stir to combine.
Pour in the rest of the beer letting it mix naturally and enjoy.
*Please note that the nutritional information will be different for every kind of beer you choose!