Beer salt is a coarse salt that is added to beer, a practice that is popular in Mexico and parts of South and Central America. This addition is generally for flavoring and, while some beer salts are just salt, some are flavored to taste like lime or lemon.
Beer Salt is a delicious, citrus-flavored salt inspired by the Latino tradition of adding citrus and salt to beer. Sprinkle our salt combination onto your bottle, can or mug, and take the convenient pocket-sized mini beer bottle with you wherever you go to add flavor and fun to special events and everyday activities.
This tasty mix of tomato, lime, and chili combines the zesty flavors of a michelada to create a perfect salt blend for topping off a domestic lager, Mexican import, tequila, Bloody Mary, michelada, or other tomato-based drinks.
In addition to improving the flavor, salt can also help the foam head of a beer bloom. The salt can be good for you because it may help reduce “beer bloat” and cramping, but it may also dehydrate you more quickly and lead to faster alcohol absorption.
How do you apply it?Rub a lime around the rim of your beer bottle, glass or can's rim.Add a dash of Beer Salt to the top of your beer – the lime will help it stick.Lick, drink and repeat!Apr 20, 2018
It is a common tradition in the state to enjoy a beer with a delicious citrus and saltiness flavor; hence, the birth of beer salt. Beer salt is inspired by the Latin tradition of putting lime and salt in a beer. It started when Roger Trevino Sr. discovered a citrus-flavored salt on his trip to a Mexican street market.