Add tomato juice to a regular pint of lager, and serve.
posted by Krazy K @ 04:07PM, 6/29/06
Thought this would not be good, but it's great!
Classic Husker Game Drink.
posted by S Holley @ 11:19AM, 11/22/06
This recipe makes for a "weak" blend. I prefer about 5 ounces of tomato juice to one 12 oz can of cheap beer - preferrably Old Style.
posted by Evan @ 05:36PM, 12/18/06
Add a dash of tabasco and a couple dashes of lea & perins.
posted by Todd P. @ 03:39PM, 1/17/07
This recipe frightens me!
posted by Waffles @ 02:35AM, 1/28/07
My friend makes these with some hot sauce and seasoning salt I think it tastes better with those added but either way its delicious!
posted by kelso @ 05:04AM, 2/11/07
And add in some salt...though it does make it fizz for whatever reason. the salt helps quite a bit though.
posted by waffles @ 01:17AM, 2/21/07
Put a little seasoning salt and some hot sause, it makes it even better.
posted by Peter @ 05:26PM, 5/06/07
Someone told me about this and it sounds nasty. They made me a glass and it was good. =)
A better recipe, IMHO
posted by Christine_in_Van_Alstyne @ 10:53AM, 5/13/07
One can of beer
One can of V8
Pour together, or one after the other and stir.
posted by Kilroy @ 06:12PM, 8/25/07
One can of beer and some clamato juice...
Red Beer with lime.
posted by Ann @ 03:53PM, 9/15/07
This is how I make it and I love it. Start with a frozen mug, add tomato juice until about 1/3 to 1/2 full. Add juice from a half lime, some coarse salt, and beer (I use light beer which is good). As I drink it down, I slowly continue to add more beer. Man, it is really good and low-cal! Try it and somebody let me know if you like it.
posted by Bill @ 08:17PM, 9/29/07
Words fail me as to how horrible this is! My wife says it's like they tried to make a tomato soda. Ewww. Not for us.
posted by Me! @ 05:15PM, 10/13/07
This red beer is addicting!
Dirty South Dakota Martini
posted by Brian @ 03:07PM, 10/20/07
Start with a 25oz frozen mug, fill 1/4 to 1/3 full with tomato juice, add 4-6 green olives with lots of juice to make it dirty and fill with your favorite lite lager. Make it spicy like I do and add plenty of cayenne after the olives and swirl in glass before adding beer. I hated red beer when I first tried it but after playing with it for awhile I LOVE them. Enjoy.
posted by jessie @ 09:23PM, 12/20/07
For years, I thought this sounded sick, then one night I tried it, and it is DELICIOUS.
posted by Jon Strange @ 02:09PM, 12/21/07
Blue Moon wheat ale or your favorite beer
I like to put bloody mary garnishes in it when I'm hungry and want a buzz
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