Friday, May 04, 2007

Feliz Cinco!

Smoky spicy goodness in a glass? Few have attempted it, but John Maier's creation has stood the test of fiesta time. Of course, there has to be a backstory:

"Formerly known as Mexicali Rogue, Rogue Chipotle Ale honors the late-1500s Spanish dramatist and poet Juan de la Cueva, who lived for a time in Mexico. In his writings, he described a dish that combined seedless chipotles, onions and pinon nuts with a broth made from meat juice and pulque, an alcoholic beverage made from fermented agave, the plant used to make tequila."




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