Today is Beer Day. Some prefer them clear, others dark or amber, whether commercial or artisanal, as there is supply and variety for all types of consumers.
In Jalisco, the people from Guadalajara interviewed by this means indicated that they drink up to 12 beers a week.
“I am a beer lover, I drank like 12 beers a week”, said Rodrigo who spends around 300 pesos a week.
Gabriel Jaramillo a week He drinks about four beers and says that the one he likes the most is black.
“I did know that today is International Beer Day, in fact at work we are going to have a promotion for those who sell more, we are going to give them a six,” he added.
Guadalajara has become in one of the largest producers of craft beer and in Mexico, and one of the preferred destinations to find various brewery proposals is in the Chapultepec area where the survey was conducted.
Víctor is another beer consumer and says that he likes the clear one the most. “Very well, we have to have fun and drink from time to time,” said he, who drinks several beers a week.
Gerardo did not know that today was International Beer Day and he says that he drinks at least one beer a week.
Don Carlos is another person who was a beer lover, but for medical reasons he stopped drinking them, although Before, he used to take three loggerheads a day.
“I liked the dark and I drank for 30 years until I drowned, I drank three loggerheads every day, but I have already left it for four years, ”he explained.
Josué is another consumer of beer and says that he likes the clear one better. “Right now a week it took me about 10 and I spend between 300 and 400 pesos,” he said.
But there are other people who do not consume this traditional drink, either by medical prescription or because they do not like it.
“I am on psychiatric medication,” said Belén, who knew that today was International Beer DayBut he doesn’t drink beer.
To celebrate International Beer Day, this Friday, August 5, the Guadalajara Convention and Visitors Bureau recommends discovering what is known as the ‘Guadalajara-Zapopan Craft Beer Route’, that brings together the best of the Guadalajara labels.
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