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Monday, July 11, 2022

Recipe: JoeDogg's Spicy Red Beer

This is a delicious addition to any meal or just by itself anytime day or night. Yummy and satisfying not to mention the health benefits.

JoeDogg's Spicy Red Beer Ingredients

  • 1 (12 fluid ounce) can or bottle beer

  • 1 (5.5 ounce) can tomato-vegetable juice cocktail

  • 1 dash Louisiana-style hot sauce

  • 1 dash Worcestershire sauce

  • 1 pinch seasoning salt

How to Make JoeDogg's Spicy Red Beer

  1. In a frozen beer mug combine tomato-vegetable juice, hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce and seasoning salt. Pour in cold beer.

JoeDogg's Spicy Red Beer Nutritions

  • Calories: 186.3 calories

  • Carbohydrate: 19.3 g

  • Cholesterol: 0 mg

  • Fat: 0 g

  • Fiber: 1.3 g

  • Protein: 2.9 g

  • SaturatedFat: 0 g

  • ServingSize:

  • Sodium: 666.5 mg

  • Sugar: 4.5 g

  • TransFat:

  • UnsaturatedFat:

JoeDogg's Spicy Red Beer Reviews

  • I LOVE "Bloody Mary Sundays", and chasing those bloody marys is always a beer I tried this recipe the first time how it was written, and found it to have a "funky" taste. Next time I subbed the seasoned salt with celery salt and used spicy V8, its a must Now I dont have to be two fisted, thanks JoeDogg

  • Exellent I used spicy V8 juice instead of the hot sauce.Good stuff.Cheers

  • These are soooo good Can play w/ the spices to suit your taste. Throw in a couple of olives and or a stalk of celery.

  • I tried it joe dogg style and was surprised. then i tried it with Clamato which is a little like v8 but with clam juice, a dash of celery salt and season all, 1/2 a lime, plenty of tabasco sauce and a hint of worshetersire... unbelievable your gonna freak.

  • Good, but needs a shot of vodka.

  • Loved this. Like others I used spicy v8 and it was yummy. Like a bloody mary but easier.

  • The health benefits of this amazing beverage include soothing a hangover - its better than a bloody mary I like it with V8 juice as well, but dont forget the hot pepper

  • Very refreshing and yummy, if you like savory drinks. To me it seemed like the tomato and seasoning flavors mostly eclipsed the flavor of the beer, so Id recommend not using a fancy beer in this recipe.

  • I do the same thing BUT...quarter a jalapeno pepper and throw that bad boy in it too

  • This review is from my husband. He has been making this for years and absolutely LOVES it. Ive tried it before and thought it was good too He also likes to play around with the spices, adding more or less or even changing them up a bit. He says its a keeper, for sure. Thanks for sharing. :)

  • I shall be nice and just say, I did not care for this.

  • I always had some horseradish to mine

  • I know its hard to find in the USA, but if you can locate Extra Spicy Clamato (Tomato/Clam Cocktail mix)just use that in your beer, no other additives needed...unless you want to add extra hot sauce.

  • This is ok, not something we would make again. The flavor is good but neither my husband or I enjoyed the carbonation of the beer with the tomato juice. I guess we are Bloody Mary purists and its not necessarily the recipes fault.

  • You can use spicy bloody mary mix instead of tomato, vegetables,and hot sauce. Very very good served in frosty glass. ps. adjust bm mix and beer until you find your ratio.

  • This is what we call a mechelada in Mexico try using Clamato and a tablespoon of lime juice a teaspoon of Worcester sauce a pinch of Tabasco then add the beer in a chilled glass

  • This is what our favorite hangout always served as a Bloody Mary only with a stalk of celery, the day after a fun night. They are great and depending on how much fun we had determined how much Tabasco went in it. :)

  • Ive been making this (with Clamato, tabasco and celery salt) for over 20 years. It was my grandfather drink of choice.

  • Love it. I also like it with V8 juice and I always always always add some lemon :) for an extra fancy serving, try putting some lemon on the rim of the glass and frost it with salt/chili pepper to add some extra touch

  • In the old days we simply called it a red eye. without the seasoning. Lots of heat. Great for a hangover

  • I really like this recipe. I have also made it with just spicy V-8 and also when I was out of that, I used just a bit of Heinz Chile Sauce. That is also very good. Thanks for the recipe

  • Grew up in WV this was called Redeye back in the day....just no extras only beer and tomato juice.

  • Maybe it was the beer I used (Corona), it was very bland.

  • Its delicious

  • Made it exactly as stated... it was great

Source: JoeDogg's Spicy Red Beer

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