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Easy Fizzy Spicy Beer Bomb Recipe

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Love Spicy Beer? Check out my Spicy Beer bombs are a fun twist to a hot chocolate bomb that has taken the world by storm. This spiced up beer bomb is a powder mix that you drop into a beer and watch this chili-infused beer fizz and flavor your beer!

beer bomb dropping into mug

So if you have heard of the Miche Bombas, this is a recipe that is similar but not with all the sugar and sweetness. This is more like a savory beer instead of a sweet beer.

Chili powder, paprika, lime salt, citric acid, and more come together. Essentially you can flavor your beer with all your favorite spices with these fun fizzy beer bombs.

This Beer Bombs Recipe Is

  • Simple to make
  • Fun party drink to serve up
  • Spicy beer recipe
  • Chili infused beer
  • Great way to add some spice and flavor to a beer
  • Works with most beer varieties
  • Pairs with a tasty lime wedge for serving
  • Similar to a Michelada recipe, but no sweet ingredients
  • Fizzes and releases all the spices into your beer
ingredients for spicy beer bombs

Ingredients Needed

This spicy beer cocktail is great for entertaining guests, keeping in the freezer for when you get a craving for something more than just a classic beer.

chili infused beer seasoning in a bowl

How To Make

  1. Mix up the dry seasonings, and then add in wet to make it a sand-like texture.
  2. Press the mixture into a silicone mold. I did 1 1/2 tablespoons of mixture per mold.
  3. Freeze for 4 hours.
  4. Salt the rim of a glass. Then drop beer bomb into a beer, and let it fizz up, and add a splash of lime juice, and sip away.
beer bombs on table with lime and beer bottles behind it

Expert Tips

Texture | Here is the thing about these bombs. You have to make the liquid you slowly add in create a sand-like texture. I like to say it reminds me of a graham cracker crust, but not quite as wet.

If you make it too wet, it will not fizz when you drop it in the beer. The citric acid needs to stay a bit dry, or it will be a dud.

Seasonings | Feel free to use all kinds of spices and seasonings that you would normally add into a beer to dress it up. This chili beer is very versatile.

A bomb shot that has a splash of juiced lime, Worcestershire sauce, salt mixture, chili pepper, etc.

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red beer on counter with beer bottle and limes in background

Recipe FAQs

Is this beer bomb like a red beer?

Red beer is a mix of either clamato juice and beer or tomato juice and beer. This bomb is made with chili powder, paprika, etc. So if you want a red beer flavor with a kick, add some tomato juice in once the bomb has fizzed up.

How to store the bomb shots?

These bomb shots for your beer need to be stored in the freezer. As soon as you pull them from the freezer toss it right in the cold beer.
If you let it sit out at room temperature, it will not fizz. And they can fall apart.

Is beer good with spicy food?

Beer is one drink that you see served at most restaurants. You will find if you order spicy food along with a beer, it might elevate the flavor of your dish. Beer can act as an irritant and in return elevate the heat factor of spicy food.

beer on a table with bottle behind it

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Fizzy Spicy Beer Bomb Recipe

Yield: 4 bombs
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Additional Time: 4 hours
Total Time: 4 hours 5 minutes

Love Spicy Beer? Check out my Spicy Beer bombs are a fun twist to a hot chocolate bomb that has taken the world by storm. This spiced up beer bomb is a powder mix that you drop into a beer and watch it fizz and flavor your beer!



  1. In a bowl, you will add in your paprika, chili powder, lime sea salt, and citric acid. GIve it a stir to incorporate.
  2. Then you will take your Worcestershire sauce and hot sauce and add a splash or two, then stir. You want the mixture to be slightly wet but dry. You will pick up the mixture, and squeeze pinching fingers. it will begin to clump together, but look somewhat dry in the bowl. In the video, I show you the exact texture. If overly wet it will not fizz when dropped in beer.
  3. Take 1 1/2 tablespoons to 2 tablespoons of the mixture and place in a silicone mold. Press down tightly. This is important or they will not hold shape.
  4. Cover the beer fizzy bombs and freeze for 4-6 hours.
  5. Line your cup with salt if you want, and pour your beer in. Then drop in the frozen beer bomb, and let it fizz. Add a splash of lime juice and sip!


You need to ensure your mixture is not too wet. Crumbly but when you press together the spices form and hold shape.

Use the beer bombs right from pulling from the freezer. They can't sit out at room temperature or they will fall apart and not fizz up.

Double or triple the recipe to fit how many you want to make. This recipe makes 4-6 depending on how big of beer bombs you make.

Change up the ingredients if you want to add more spice add in some cayenne powder, etc.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 182Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 375mgCarbohydrates: 19gFiber: 3gSugar: 1gProtein: 3g

This information is automatically calculated by third-party software, including but not limited to the Create or Bake Me Some Sugar. For accurate nutrition, I suggest running the ingredients in your own system to get a more accurate reading. Nutritional information is approximate and automatically calculated, and should only be viewed as an indication.

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