Pete Does Like His Corona Beer Although Jack & Coke Is Tolerable!
The morning after a slight celebration... Laurie and Bob took Peter out to play pool... guess who won??? Pete is thinking about his breakfast... the bottle of water! Little Sarge is the son of Valentine.... Super mommy!
Beer in Mexico has a long history. Fermented beverages long predate the arrival of European conquistadors in America. Beer in the European style became mass produced in the 19th century, and continues to be popular today. Corona is the flagship beer of Grupo Modelo. It is a very light lager (basically an American-style pale lager), and the number one imported beer in the world. Corona is the best-selling non-domestic beer in both the U.S. and UK.
A twist of lime and a dash of salt on the neck of the bottle are often served with Mexican beers especially the light lagers such as Corona. A traditional drink does exist known as the michelada, which is a drink composed of mostly light beer with a lot of lime juice (the equivalent of several chunks of lime), and hot sauce. We even planted a lime tree just for Pete so he will have fresh ones when he comes to visit.