Skip to comments.Mexico Is Running Out of Beer Amid Coronavirus Shutdown
Posted on 05/09/2020 12:00:00 AM PDT by nickcarraway
As many countries across the world face significant and unique challenges amid the coronavirus pandemic, Mexico is dealing with a beer shortage. While the situation has caused jokes on social media, it's significantly worrying retailers and shop owners.
Deemed a non-essential activity, beer production was halted in Mexico more than a month ago, The Guardian reports. This has reportedly resulted in a severe shortage of the popular beverage.
According to the news outlet, there are even reports that, as the countrys stockpile has dwindled, a beer black market has risen up, where sellers are charging more than twice the normal price for the beverage.
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One more reason for people to cross the border, I guess. America still has beer.
How can beer be deemed non-essential? It’s the very basis for civilization as we know it. What’s the purpose of agriculture, let alone fire or the wheel, if not to get beer?
Obviously, beer is considered non-essential when you’re a sniveling wine drinker.
Yet in Germany they are giving it away.
The hordes crossing the southern border are going to intensify.
“Will landscape for beer.”
Mexico is running out of Corona? There is something deeply ironic going on here. Of course, it’s not like Corona is actually beer. No one but a moron would bottle actual beer in clear bottles.
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