The typical Mexican beer is usually very light and brewed with a large percentage of corn in the mash compared to European beers - much like bourbon compared to malt whisky.
They are usually very light in taste, with little or no bitterness. The lack of bitterness make these beers ideal for mixing in shandys and other beer-based drinks, or by itself with a piece of lime or lemon floating in the bottle, and served very cold.

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