Mexican Beer

Mexico is the oldest brewing nation in Iberia America “the proper term”.  Since the times of the Aztecas and Mayans, they have been brewing drinks from leaves and juices of corn, and the agave plant, where tequila comes from also.

The drinks were called Pulque, Mezcal, and with the arrival of the Espanols bought distillation in the 1500s.

As  immigration to Mexico picked up in the 1800s from countries like Germany, Belgium, Austria, “now” the Czech Republic, Spain, France and England,  all who came to work in the new forming industries.

The fact France put a Austrian Prince on the throne in Mexico, only add to Mexico’s rich brewing history.

FEMSA and Groupo Modelo are the biggest Breweries in Mexico.

FEMSA owns Cuauhtemoc Moctezuma Brewery, which is based in Northern Mexico in the city of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. It produces beer thorough out facilities in Mexico.

Which brews Sol, Bohemia, Superior, Tecate, Casta, Carta Blanca, Dos Equis, Noche Buena brands.

The majority which You see in your local markets…

Groupo Modelo is the next one, which is based out of Mexico City.

The produce the majority of exported beers to USA, Canada, UK.

The brands brewed are Corona, Corona Light, Nerga Modelo, Model light, Model Especial, Pacifico.

Along with Domestic brands Victoria, Estrella, Leon, and Montejo, which are only avaible in Mexico.

The Micro Breweries in Mexico gaining a following are Tijuana, Cerveza Cucapa, Cerveceria Primus & Minerva, Mexicali and Aztec Brewing company from Baja California Norte. The majority only found in Mexico and specialty markets in the Southwest.

To try to sum up all Mexican beers in one post would be ridiculous.. So I will be posting blogs on the brands as I go.

I …like many beer connoisseurs are not drunks, but only enjoy the beers in moderation.

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