In The Great White North So Wide and Free

We Created A Drink of zest and glee

Beermato™ vodka and spices so bold

Canada's north so the story is told


With pickles and celery, olives and lime

To Make A Great Caesar..On Game Day It's Time

From the very first sip to the final delight

The Beermato™ Caesar makes everything right


From east to west,every city and town

Beermatos™ Magic Makes Laughter Resound

In Canada's North where The Story Took Flight

Canada's Beermatos Caesar

Our True Northern Light


The Caesar

A cocktail created and consumed primarily in Canada which typically contains vodka, a tomato juice and clam mixture(Eg: Clamato), hot sauce, and Worcestershire sauce, and is served with ice in a large, celery salt-rimmed glass, typically garnished with a stalk of celery and wedge of lime.

What distinguishes it from the Bloody Mary is the inclusion of the Beermato™ clam broth.

The cocktail may also be contrasted with the Michelada, which has similar flavouring ingredients but uses beer instead of vodka.

While the Caesar cocktail is most closely associated with Canada, there are variations and similar drinks in other countries, each with its unique twist. Here are a few examples


Bloody Mary (United States)

The Bloody Mary is similar to the Caesar and is popular in the United States. It typically includes vodka and tomato juice, but the flavor profile can vary widely depending on the region and individual preferences. Some variations include Clamato juice, horseradish, hot sauce, and various garnishes.


Michelada (Mexico)

The Michelada is a Mexican beer cocktail that shares some similarities with the Caesar. It often includes beer, lime juice, assorted sauces (like Worcestershire and hot sauce), and spices. It's served in a salt-rimmed glass and is known for its spicy and tangy flavors.


Red Eye (United Kingdom)

The Red Eye is a British cocktail that resembles the Caesar. It combines beer (typically lager or ale) with tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, and sometimes other seasonings like salt and pepper.


Sikhye (Korea)

Sikhye is a traditional Korean sweet rice beverage. While it's not exactly like the Caesar, it's worth mentioning because it involves a mix of grains (rice), spices (cinnamon and ginger), and sweetness, somewhat akin to the mixture of flavors in a Caesar or Bloody Mary.


Chilcano (Peru)

The Chilcano is a Peruvian cocktail that includes pisco (a type of brandy), lime juice, ginger ale, and bitters. While it doesn't contain tomato juice, it's a well-known and enjoyed cocktail in Peru.


These are just a few examples of cocktails from different countries that share

characteristics with the Caesar.


The specific ingredients and flavors can vary widely, but they all offer a unique twist on the

concept of a savory, spiced cocktail.



The Beermato™ Caesar


Start with a base of crisp and refreshing lager, which is then mixed a Beermato™ tangy clam flavored juice for a savory kick. But what sets this cocktail apart is the addition of our secret blend of spices and a generous splash of hot sauce, which adds a bold and spicy flavor to every sip.

Here's the recipe for the Beermato™ Caesar:



14 oz of lager beer

2 oz of Beermoto™ Clam Flavor

1 Tbsp. of Beermoto™ Worcestershire sauce

1 Tbsp. of hot sauce (such as Tabasco or Beermato™ hot sauce)

1 tsp. of Beermoto™ celery salt

1 tsp. of black pepper Lime wedge Ice



Rim a tall glass with celery salt and fill it with ice.

Add the Beermoto™ Clam Flavor Juice, Beermoto™ Worcestershire sauce, Beermoto™ hot sauce, celery salt, and black pepper to the glass.

Pour in the lager beer and stir gently to combine.

Squeeze the lime wedge over the top of the cocktail and garnish with a celery stick or your preferred garnish.


Enjoy your Beermato™ Caesar!

With its unique blend of flavors and perfect balance of spice and tanginess, the Beermato™ Caesar is sure to be a hit at your next brunch or barbecue.


Give it a try and impress your friends with your mixology skills!