Mexican Independence Day
Mexico is the best place to be on September 16, Mexican Independence Day. This fiesta-friendly holiday celebrates Mexico’s declaration of independence from Spain in 1810, and it’s filled with national pride, colorful parades, mariachi concerts, and food, food, and more Sabrosa food. People of Mexican heritage all over the world commemorate this important event in their country’s history when a brave priest in the village of Dolores rang his church bell and delivered a powerful speech that set the War of Independence from Spain in motion. Even the President of Mexico participates by ringing that same bell — now over 200 years old — live on TV the night before the big celebration.
If you can’t be there, at least you can enjoy a Mexican Beer!
|Corona Extra||American Lager||Mexico City||Mexico||12 oz.||4.60||18||$4.50|
|Corona Light||American Light Lager||Mexico City||Mexico||12 oz.||4.10||18||$4.50|
|Corona Premier||American Light Lager||Mexico City||Mexico||12 oz.||4.00||7||$4.50|
|Dos Equis Ambar||Vienna Lager||Monterrey (Nuevo León)||Mexico||12 oz.||4.70||25||$4.75|
|Modelo Especial||American Lager||Mexico City||Mexico||12 oz.||4.50||18||$5.00|
|Modelo Negra||Munich Dunkel Lager||Mexico City||Mexico||12 oz.||5.40||16||$5.00|