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Here I go again, taking one for the team. Corona is actually an interesting beer when you consider the history and even look at the beer style this fits into. Before I bore you all to sleep, that is if you are still reading this. Corona as we all know is made in Mexico, but the beer is very close to its origins of being a German lager. So yes while you should drink a Corona with your tacos or [ Read More ]
“…a rich, robust flavored beer with the smooth drinkability of a classic dark-style lager.” Um, no. Okay, fine, I’ll give the marketing person who wrote that line on Dos Equis Ambar’s back label credit for the smooth drinkability. It’s smooth alright (is it possible to be too smooth?), because it’s very easy to drink. On the other hand, water has about as much flavor as this lager. Rich and robust this beer is not. There’s some biscuit flavor in there, [ Read More ]
Oh hai! I’m super excited, because even though I’ve held a log in to my favorite site ever (this one, guys, this one) for quite some time, this is my first post! And how fitting for it to be on a lovely holiday to drink on, Cinco de Mayo! What is Cinco de Mayo? Well according to Wikipedia, the most trustworthy site on the internets, it means the “fifth of May”. Talk about literal. It also celebrates the “Battle of [ Read More ]
A fine Dos Equis from La Cantina. My first of the day in World Showcase, but not my last. Stay tuned…
Josh and I enjoyed a classic Mexican beer, Dos Equis, at a great Mexican restaurant in NC!