Beer Info FAQ

What is in a red draw?

What is in a red draw?

A red draw is, basically, a beer infused with tomato juice. Yes, in other places one can find similar, even identical drinks that go by such names as red beers, red eyes, frosty reds, red ices, bloody beers, and even spicy micheladas.

Where did the Red Draw come from?

According to local lore, the drink called the “Red Draw” originated in Wichita Falls in the 50's, when the Bar-L Drive-in came to be.

How do you draw red?

Ingredients2 quarts tomato juice.3 tablespoons freshly grated horseradish root, or to taste.1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper.1 teaspoon celery salt.2 tablespoons Worchestershire sauce.juice of one lime.1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper.1 six pack of lager beer, or the beer of our choice.Mar 27, 2011

Where was the red beer invented?

According to legend, the michelada was invented as a hangover cure by a bartender at Potosino Sports Club in San Luis Potosí in the 1960s, and its ingredients vary by region. It can be as simple as salt and lemon, or it can include bouillon powder, chamoy, tomato juice, or Clamato.