REVIEW: Bud Light & Clamato Chelada

(Editor’s Note: Today’s review is based on the popular Bud Light Real Men of Genius ads. If you’ve never heard or seen these ads, check out this site to get a taste of them.)

Bud Light presents Real Men of Genius

(Real Men of Genius)

Today we salute you, Mr. Bud Light & Clamato Chelada Inventor.

(Mr. Bud Light & Clamato Chelada Inventor)

Combining the watery goodness of Bud Light with the tomato clam juiciness of Clamato is usually only done by mad scientists and really, really, really, really, really drunk people. You also added salt and lime, but those don’t help the fact that you probably created the most ghetto bloody mary ever. Dr. Frankenstein used scavenged body parts to create his monster, but your hodgepodge creation would probably make him squirm.

(I ain’t going to drink that!)

Those who have balls big enough to drink it may not be able to smell and taste the clams or the beer, but the tomato is there punching their senses with a salty tomato soup look, smell and taste that only hobos can love. It’s somewhat tolerable, didn’t make me gag too much and I might’ve been able to nurse it until it was gone, except you weren’t kind enough to put it in a regular 12-ounce can.

Oh no.

Instead you decided to put your clammy concoction in a huge 24-ounce aluminum jug, making it impossible to finish without it getting warm, which makes the Chelada feel like someone rinsed their mouth with it and spit it back into the can.

(You sadistic bastard!)

So crack open an ice cold Bud Light, Champion of the Clamato and Backer of the Bud Light, because you’re going to find out if it mixes well with Grey Poupon.

(Mr. Bud Light & Clamato Chelada Inventor)

(Nutrition Facts – 12 ounces – 151 calories, 0 grams of fat, 15.6 grams of carbohydrates, 1.9 grams of protein, and 4.2% alcohol/volume.)

Item: Bud Light & Clamato Chelada
Price: $2.49
Size: 24 ounces
Purchased at: Wal-Mart
Rating: 1 out of 10
Pros: Didn’t make me gag too much. It contains alcohol. Bud Light Real Men of Genius ads.
Cons: Tomato punching your senses. Mixing Bud Light & Clamato. It comes in a 24-ounce can. Tastes much worse when warm. Would make Dr. Frankenstein squirm. Bud Light mixed with Grey Poupon.

50 thoughts to “REVIEW: Bud Light & Clamato Chelada”

  1. Bud Light Clamato is all I will drink, I get it from a local store. when I walk in they let me go in the cooler and get my case. they even give a special price for buying a case. every once in in a while that can not get it, and its hard to find, and after drinking a full body beer like clamato nothing else is as good. try it if you like A bloody marry, than there is a good chance you will like clamato from Anheuser-Busch, Strait up Bud, Or Bud Light.

  2. I have always loved red eyes. So I tried this when I first seen it in the cooler. Have been drinking it ever since, cold or warm. Clamato gives the simple bland beer a much needed kick for your tastebuds. The clam is very subtle. It is more of a spicey red eye. Hm? Maybe I’m a wino. Nah, costs too much, not sweet enough, and where’s the alcohol?

  3. Best drink ever!!!!
    Canadians get the short end of the stick…..AGAIN!
    Not the same recipe as those sold in the U.S.
    Shame on you Anhauser Busch or Whoever decided to give Canadians the lesser tasting product…… made without thelime, salt and spices.

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