Hot Cheetos and Beer? A Wild Super Bowl Party Drink - NBC Southern California

Hot Cheetos and Beer? A Wild Super Bowl Party Drink

Need to snack on something spicy but also need to drink? This michelada-type concoction has you covered.



    Hot Cheetos Beer: How to Make It

    Coors has a new way of combining Hot Cheetos and beer -- with a sizzling spirit any spicy-loving Super Bowl fan would adore.

    (Published Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019)

    Hate it or love it, there's a Hot Cheetos beer you could be drinking on Super Bowl Sunday.

    Miller Coors is introduces the fiery cocktail by combining Sriracha, Hot Cheeto dust, and beer.

    Is it a traditional michelada? Not exactly, since you aren't adding anything to the liquid itself. But a squeeze of lime might take this drink to the next level. 

    Check out the step-by-step guide on creating the lava-like libation according to Coors, and park it next to your wings, football-shaped cookies and other snacks at your party. 

    1. Chill Coors Light until the mountain logo is blue.
    2. Select a chili paste hot sauce -- like Sriracha -- and pour into a bowl.
    3. Grind Hot Cheetos up into powder with a food processor.
    4. Pour powder mixture in shallow bowl or plate and create a "well" for the can.
    5. Dip top of Coors Light can in hot sauce - a lot or a little; it's up to you.
    6. Tightly pack the Hot Cheeto dust onto rim with spoon.
    7. Dip Coors Light into welled powder to create thick rim.
    8. Enjoy! Reapply hot sauce and powder as necessary. Use cold Coors Light to cool palette.
    Check out the video above to see how Coors recommends creating this burning brew.

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