I saw online that it has only made its way to the US in the past year or so. It's already getting pissy ratings on beeradvocate.com because well, it's not a IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPA or a sour. Look, it's a great session beer when it's hot. It was sweet and thirst quenching without being sticky-sweet or cloying in the hot, slightly humid environment. I haven't tried it in the states yet so I'm not sure how the import version compares to the Mexican versions. It's worth trying as long as you are willing to drink it for what it is.
I also put down a lot of scotch. I had never had scotch before. I tried both Johnny Walker red and black. I liked the black a lot more because it was more complex and smoky. Both were good. It's good to have a snotty drink as a soon to be lawyer so I'm glad me and scotch went together. Yeah, when you're having a double of scotch on the rocks at 10:30AM it's a good day. Too bad scotch is so expensive.
Ok, enough non-homebrewing chatter. I'm going to wrap up my wheat wine and oud bruin this weekend so I'll have some good updates coming up within the next week or so.