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Mexicali - Dark

Mexican Lager
Mexicali - Dark

Country of Origin

Mexico

Key Information

What a beauty!

The colour is bright, clear, dark brown.

The aroma is lightly sweet, pleasant toasted malt, with a slight coffee background.

This medium bodied dark beer has great carbonation and finishes with strength.

Great aftertaste.

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