michelada makes a refreshing summer beverage alongside dishes like fajitas and grilled guacamole. If you don't drink beer, you might think this spicy, tangy cocktail is off limits, but here's an intriguing idea: make it with kombucha. There's no one way to make a michelada, but in addition to beer, this cocktail often contains lime juice, salt, tomato juice, hot sauce, and spices. You could make a non-alcoholic version with near beer. However, Whole Living has what we think might be a tastier idea: kombucha. Their recipe substitutes kombucha tea for the cerveza and includes tomato paste for richness.
• Get the recipe: Michelada at Whole LivingYou could also experiment with using kombucha in your own favorite michelada recipe. Do be aware that some kombuchas contain a trace amount of alcohol (or even more, if homemade), so if you or your guests are completely abstaining, this might not work for you. Related: Make or Buy? Kombucha (Images: Whole Living; Cambria Bold)