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SPECIFICATIONS

When you think about “Cervezas de México”, Poncho Villa Beer has mastered the art of what we describe as an exceptional Blonde Ale beer.

Clear, crisp and golden, very well balanced with sweet aromas and fruity notes that at moments is dominated by the barley and tropical sparkles of the hops. It’s flavor and light body reaches a perfect balance and very refreshing finish.

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Style

Blonde Ale

Poncho Villa Mexican Beer

Hops

  • Columbus & Cascade
  • Imported from the Coast of Washington, USA.
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Malt

  • Pale Ale & Cara – Pils
  • Imported from Bavaria, Germany.
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Water

Water with exceptional qualities from the Colima Volcanic Area is used.

Best Mexican Beer

Color

Golden

Best Mexican Beer

Bottle

12 oz (335 ml)


SPECIFICATIONS

When you think about “Cervezas de México“, Poncho Villa Beer has mastered the art of what we describe as an exceptional Blonde Ale beer.

Clear, crisp and golden, very well balanced with sweet aromas and fruity notes that at moments is dominated by the barley and tropical sparkles of the hops. It’s flavor and light body reaches a perfect balance and very refreshing finish.


PAIRING

Because Poncho Villa is exceptionally balanced makes this Mexican Blonde Ale with rich, crisp with a malty body and flavor pair perfectly with Mexican cuisine; seafood, spicy food and many other types of gastronomic food dishes.

Best Mexican Beer

Style

Blonde Ale

Poncho Villa Mexican Beer

Hops

  • Columbus & Cascade
  • Imported from the Coast of Washington, USA.
Best Mexican Beer

Malt

  • Pale Ale & Cara – Pils
  • Imported from Bavaria, Germany.
Best Mexican Beer

Water

Water with exceptional qualities from the Colima Volcanic Area is used.

Best Mexican Beer

Color

Golden

Best Mexican Beer

Bottle

12 oz (335 ml)

PAIRING

Because Poncho Villa is exceptionally balanced makes this Mexican Blonde Ale with rich, crisp with a malty body and flavor pair perfectly with Mexican cuisine; seafood, spicy food and many other types of gastronomic food dishes.

Best Mexican Beer


HISTORY

The elaboration of beer in Mexico has a long tradition, however it was just at the end of the 19th century that the “modern” beer industry settled down in the country, strengthen by the rail boom of Porfiarato.

Alternately in that Pre-Revolutionary Era, there were many craft workshops that produced their own beer, but the establishment of large breweries with new technology imported from the 1890s began to affect the market of the micro craft breweries, causing many of them to cut down.

Some of those craft workshops managed to remain productive during the decade of the Mexican Revolution (1910-1917).

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They belonged to modest families of farmers, some with European roots that followed their tradition and heritage in the elaboration of homemade beer, with particular recipes that were perfected under their tastes, passions and whims.

Mostly characterized for having their own style under Scottish influence in the nineteenth century: greater body and sweetness, and less flavor and smell of hops, but tropicalized to the ingredients and raw material that could be obtained in Mexico.

This style of beer became popular among the troops passing through the villages that marked the route of liberating armies, in moments of rest they were looking to enjoy a “fresh and lightweight beer” to mitigate fatigue and regain strength to win difficult battles with great heroes who fought under the shout of “Land and Freedom”.