Michelada Madness: Drinking in spring’s arrival at Ohio City’s Momocho

Chalk it up to spring fever, but we just can’t get our mind off micheladas, those zesty, zany Mexican concoctions of beer, ice, salt, lime, Worcestershire sauce, and Tabasco. According to Eric Williams, chef-owner of Ohio City’s Momocho (1835 Fulton Road), the drink --- poured over ice and served in a salt-rimmed glass -- was invented as a way for rural Mexicans to enjoy the benefits of a “cold” beer, without refrigeration. (Hence the name, which translates roughly as “my cold brewski.”) ...
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