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Day 5 (#30Beers30Days)

Day 5 (#30Beers30Days)

…and they served it in a pint glass. For shame!

 

One would think I’m on a Mexican kick.  Tonight, I was out with friends at one of our favorite Atlanta Happy Hour spots so naturally, I would have a Mexican beer.  I tried the Pacifico Clara (4.4% ABV)– a Mexican style pilsner.  Affectionately called “Pacifico”, the beer was first brewed by three Germans who set up shop on Mexico’s Pacific coast in 1900. The company was later acquired by Groupo Modelo (Corona, Modelo).

Interesting back story, but that’s where the cool stuff ends.  I’m sorry to say…it was mediocre at best. Tasted just like a Corona. No thank you.  As pilsners go, it was light, clear, crisp, and clean. But it failed in that there was nothing too special about it. Not a single thing.  In fact, there’s so little for me I say, I’m done blogging about it.

Pacifico gets a D. Damn.

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