Capitol City Brewing Company Releasing Two “cerveza-inspired cocktails” for Cinco de Mayo

El Ayudacal
El Ayudacal courtesy of Capitol City Brewing Company

From a press release:

The fiesta is kicking off at Capitol City Brewing Company this weekend with the unveiling of two cerveza-inspired cocktails to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. The Michelada and El Ayudacal will both be available from open to close starting on Friday, May 3 – Sunday, May 5 at both Capitol City locations for only $5.

The Michelada is a popular 1940’s-era Mexican cocktail sometimes compared to a Bloody Mary and is blended with soy, Worcestershire, Tabasco, black pepper and lime. This festive adult beverage is finished with 12 ounces of ice-cold beer and served in a tall glass.

El Ayudacal is the perfect blend of beer and margarita integrating Capitol City’s very own handcrafted Kolsch with fresh lime juice and agave nectar served in a chilled glass with a salted rim.

Delicious or disgusting?

3 Comment

  • I happen to love beer and tomato juice/V8 (called a redeye where I’m from).

    But the El Aludacal? Why defoul a craft Kolsch like that? Bleh.

  • justinbc

    They should focus more on not “crafting” the absolute worst beer in the District.

    • Ouch, Justin. But when was the last time you came in to CCBC for a beer? We have been putting out lots of new recipes. Got a new Hefeweizen and two new IPAs on tap at both locations. Things are changing at Cap City; come check us out again!

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