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For almost a decade, Mexican beer has outsold all other foreign imports combined in the United States. We have the popularity of Corona, and more recently Modelo Especial, to thank for that, as well as the mass appeal of a style of Mexican beer in particular: Mexican lager.
Of all of the lagers in this lineup Tecate delivers the most flavor and complexity, with noticeable malt character and a hint of hops running throughout. This beer could well occupy any of the top three places on this ranking, but for some, its profile may be too much of a departure from the thought-free refreshment we crave from the category.
Not just the category leader in terms of sales, Modelo Especial is an icon in its own right, with its wide bottle and signature gold foil. Bright lager aromas lead to an easy-sipping, attractive palate, where body and balance impress in equal proportions. Each refreshing sip will have you coming back for more in an instant.
Victoria Sour Beer was born in Cusco in 2018 when the passion of a Cusco homebrewer, Anderson Olarte Carpio, joined with the vision of Carla Cisneros Zúñiga, an entrepreneur specialist in beer bar management.
After the good acceptance of their first innovation, in 2019 they developed others with a similar process and on tap with seasonal fruits and local herbs, generating great interest in the consumer of craft beers due to their particularity and freshness.
The result, a premium Peruvian craft beer with character where the bacteria and wild yeasts that are used in the process, provide a slight acidity, with slight farmhouse notes, and where the jora (protagonist), highlights a unique fruity aroma. All in balance, with good carbonation, they achieve a beer with a light body, refreshing, super easy to drink, and is gluten-free.
Grupo Modelo is a large brewery in Mexico that exports beer to most countries of the world. Its export brands include Corona, Modelo, and Pacífico. Grupo Modelo also brews brands that are intended solely for the domestic Mexican market and has exclusive rights in Mexico for the import and distribution of beer produced by Anheuser-Busch. Until the 1960s, Grupo Modelo used red poppy flowers in most of its advertising.
Grupo Modelo, founded in 1925, is the leader in Mexico in beer production, distribution and marketing, with 63.0% of the total (domestic and export) market share, as of December 31, 2008. It has seven brewing plants in Mexico, with a total annual installed capacity of 60 million hectoliters. It is the importer of Anheuser-Busch InBev's products in Mexico, including Budweiser, Bud Light and O'Doul's. It also imports the Chinese Tsingtao Brewery brand and the Danish beer Carlsberg. Through a partnership with Nestlé Waters, it produces and distributes in Mexico the bottled water brands Sta. María and Nestlé Pureza Vital, among others.
The main Corona brand is Corona Extra, a 4.5% alcohol by volume pale lager. It is the top selling beer from Mexico and is one of the top five selling beers worldwide. Available in over 150 countries, it is also Mexico's leading export brand. It was first brewed in 1925 by Cervecería Modelo on the tenth anniversary of the brewery. In 1926 the brewery decided to package the beer in clear glass quarter bottles. In 1997, Corona Extra became the top-selling imported beer in the United States, surpassing Heineken.
Unlike many beers, Corona is bottled in a clear bottle, increasing the opportunity for spoilage. Exposure to sunlight or light from fluorescent bulbs such as those used in refrigerated display cases significantly damages the taste of beer, yielding a taste that is often described as \"skunky\". This is the result of the essential hop oils spoiling due to UV exposure.
The second Corona brand is Corona Light, the first light beer produced by this brewer. Corona Light has 3.4% alcohol by volume, 99 calories (0.41 kJ), per 355 ml (12.0 U.S. fl oz; 12.5 imp fl oz) bottle.
Modelo Negra or Negra Modelo is a 5.4% abv Dunkel-style lager  first brewed in Mexico by Austrian immigrants, and was introduced as a draft beer in 1926. Modelo Negra comes in an unusually shaped, wide brown bottle with a trademark gold label. Modela Negra is most commonly served in 355ml glass bottles.
Estrella (\"star\" in Spanish) is a pilsner beer produced in the Guadalajara Modelo plant and can be found in all of Mexico. Estrella was first produced in the late 19th century by Cervecería Estrella (currently known as Cervecería Modelo de Guadalajara), that Grupo Modelo acquired in 1954.
León is a Munich-type dark amber-colored beer, that mixes a sweetness with light bitterness, and a white foam. The León brand was first launched into the market in the early 1900s, its origin is traced back to the southeast region of Mexico, over the years it has become popular throughout the country.
Grupo Modelo is the owner of the Extra convenience store chain. Extra boasts 2,100 outlets in Mexico and is a part of Grupo Modelo's vertically integrated model of both producing and selling beer.
After the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the company has established a new concept named \"Modelorama Now\" in which beer, snacks and soda are delivered to homes after being ordered online on their website.
Since then, beer brewing has flourished, producing fine quality Mexican beers that would be a sin not to enjoy! This article contains the definitive list of the best Mexican beers that every beer-lover (and beer snob) needs to try.
Corona Extra Mexican Lager is a light, refreshing pale lager. It has a touch of hops, a slightly bitter taste and a mild flavor. This beer is usually served with a wedge of lime, and some people also add a pinch of salt.
Tecate beer is named after the city of Tecate, Mexico, one of the pueblos magicos (magic towns). It is made right in Tecate, about one hour from Tijuana and the Southern California border, on the West Coast.
This golden Mexican pilsner-style beer is known for its crisp, light taste, and just a hint of bitterness. Pacifico beer has a light, hoppy citrus flavor and plenty of carbonation, which makes it the perfect summer beer.
Moctezuma Noche Buena is a dark beer with a light body. It has a caramel flavor with roasted malts and aroma notes of chocolate, caramel and red fruits. This is a seasonal beer, only available from about October to January.
Looking for a Cinco de Mayo beer instead of a Christmas beer Tecate, Negra Modelo and Pacifico make great options.
Fun Fact: Cerveza León beer has been in production for more than 100 years. In recent years, it has become incredibly popular with Mexican youth, and is considered a trendy beer to drink.
It is a premium Mexican pilsner with a beautiful golden yellow color and light, refreshing, crisp flavor. Estrella Jalisco is the perfect Mexican beer for hot summer days, especially with a slice of lime, but also on its own.
Deep golden yellow in color, Mexicali beer is a pilsner-type lager with a lightly floral, hoppy, and sweet malt aroma. Crystal-malts are also added to enhance the character of the beer.
Cucapa Green Card beer comes from Cervecería de Baja California, founded in 2002 and located in Mexicali, Mexico. It is a barley wine, with an amber copper color, and dark fruit flavors with notes of sweet plum.
Mimicking the flavor profile of Mexican hot chocolate, this imperial stout beer is full-bodied and very smooth. It has light bitterness with a good amount of sweetness to balance that out.
Fun Fact: Xocoveza (pronounced sho-co-vay-zah) is one of the most unique Mexican beer names. It is a hybrid word, combing the Aztec word for chocolate, xocolatl, with the Spanish word for beer, ceveza.
Mexico is also the largest beer exporter to the U.S., and this huge popularity even set a new record in 2021. In this year alone, almost one billion gallons of Mexican beer crossed the U.S-Mexican border.
One of the main reasons Mexican beers taste European is due to the influence of the Austro-German Emperor Maximilian. He served as the Emperor of the Second Mexican Empire from 1864 until his execution in 1867.
He was born in Vienna and brought over his love of Vienna lager to Mexico. Although he was eventually executed, his influence stuck around as many Vienna Lager beers are still brewed in the country today.
In the 16th century, Spanish Conquistador Hernán Cortes brought over this type of beer. King Charles V of Spain then allowed Alfonso de Herrero to open the first barley-based cervecería (brewery) in Mexico in 1544. 59ce067264