Miller Chill or Chelada Beer any good?

30 07 2007

This so called Miller Chill which is actually an abbrev standing for “Chelada” which happens to be a play of words to combine 2 Spanish words “Helada” (iced) and “Chela” (beer). Also, this happens to be a traditional Mexican recipe among flavored beer or chela lovers across the southern border.

So how is this Chill beer from Miller? Not bad actually if you’re looking to quench your thirst with something cool on a hot sunny day. The slightest hint of lime in the beer cannot compete against Corona+salt+lime but sure as heck beats going thru the trouble of prepping a Corona. For serious beer drinkers, you can stick with your Pale Ale, Summit, Newcastle, and Surly – a small local drink here😉

I personally like it and so this gets the ninja stamp of approval for mass consumption. A note of concern is that this is a rather light beer so don’t go all out expecting it to taste like one of the better beers available in the market.


Actions

Information

5 responses

30 07 2007
Miller Chill or Chelada Beer any good?

[…] article at ninjatales delivered by […]

20 06 2008
Kevin

I think Miller should deliver bottled hot water to freeze dried babies.

7 01 2009
Parker

[censored]

14 06 2011
Crooked Penis

Fascinating Studying, I most likely be back for much more.

15 06 2011
Santiago Christiano

Needed to create you that tiny observation just to say thank you the moment again just for the remarkable methods you’ve provided at this time. This is wonderfully open-handed of people like you to present extensively just what most people could have offered for sale as an ebook to help make some money for their own end, principally given that you could have done it in the event you wanted. Those strategies in addition worked to be a easy way to be certain that the rest have the identical zeal just as my personal own to know the truth whole lot more pertaining to this issue. I think there are some more enjoyable times ahead for those who scan through your site.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s




%d bloggers like this: