Corona (labelled Corona Extra, but seldom referred to as such) is a lager beer brewed in Mexico by Grupo Modelo. It is the top-selling beer in Mexico and is one of the top-selling beers worldwide. Corona beer is available in over 150 countries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Corona (beer)"
Dos Equis is a Mexican beer. It was first crafted in Mexico by the German brewmaster Wilhelm Hasse in 1897. Originally called "Siglo XX" ("20th century"), the brand was named to commemorate the arrival of the new century; since the Spanish language uses Roman numerals for centuries, the bottles were marked "XX", two Xs, or "Dos Equis". ...more on Wikipedia about "Dos Equis"
Mexican beer dates back to before the arrival of European conquistadors in America. As in most early societies, Mayas and Aztecs were brewing grain-based alcoholic beverages (primarily from corn) long before the Spanish arrived in Mexico – in addition to pulque, an indigenous fermented drink made from the sap of the agave plant, and the precursor of distilled tequila. But it was the influx of German immigrants and the influence of a brief Habsburg rule over the country in the middle of the 19th century that helped cement the art of brewing as an all-Mexican endeavor. Mexico spent four years under Austro-German emperor Maximilian, who apparently never traveled without his brewmasters. As a result, two of the more popular brands of Mexican beer – Negra Modelo and Dos Equis Ámbar – come from the darker, more malty subset of German lagers known as Vienna style. While not as weighty as most British ales, the Mexican Viennas are fuller bodied with more malt sweetness and character than the pale pilsners. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mexican beer"
Cerveza Pacífico is a Mexican pilsner beer, originally brewed in Mazatlán, Sinaloa. The name means Pacific Beer. The picture on the bottle is the Deer Islands off the coast of Mazatlán surrounded by a lifesaver. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pacífico"
Tecate is a popular Mexican beer named for the city of Tecate, Baja California, where it was first produced. Originally brewed by a local company, it was acquired in 1955 by Cervecería Cuauhtémoc Moctezuma, now FEMSA Cerveza. It is sold in both distinctive red aluminium tins and in twist-top bottles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tecate (beer)"
Victoria is a dark lager (Vienna type). It was first brewed in Toluca, México, in 1865, but is currently brewed in Mexico City by the conglomerate Grupo Modelo, which bought out Compañía Toluca y México in 1935. ...more on Wikipedia about "Victoria (Grupo Modelo)"
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