World War II ended 70 years ago and we’re still dealing with the havoc the global conflict wreaked on American drinking habits. That’s especially prevalent every Cinco de Mayo. No, this isn’t another Corona-bashing diatribe; it’s not about beer. This is about Mexican spirits. After the second World War, all of the returning soldiers created... View Article
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Columbus, Cortez and Coronado all showed up in Mexico looking for gold. What gold they did find, they traded for smallpox, syphilis and mercury poisoning. Thanks, guys. It wasn’t until the 20th century that a friendlier gold was discovered in Mexico, a lustrous liquid gold—cerveza!