Temperatures are rising, summer is coming, and the parties are arriving, so what better way to celebrate with North Park’s Fiestaveza. The light, easy beer drinking season has occurred, so […]
Temperatures are rising, summer is coming, and the parties are arriving, so what better way to celebrate with North Park’s Fiestaveza. The light, easy beer drinking season has occurred, so it’s time to crush some Mexican style Lagers.
Home of the beer capital in California, that is San Diego, North Park Brewing has not only award winning brews, but also a great variety that all of us beer lovers would fancy. And one of those beers is the Fiestaveza.
Mexican lagers have become more popular year after year, and if your a true craft beer connoisseur – you look past the typical Modelos or Pacificos – and make an exploration for more unique Mexican style Lagers. I’m a big craft beer fanatic, and it is always fun for me to check out the local breweries’ Mexican style Lager.
It can become difficult to differentiate lagers from several breweries, but it can be fun to do so.
The Fiestaveza invites you to the party right away with it’s fun piñata cover. North Park does a great job with their artwork, where you could find yourself just grabbing a can because of the colorful appearance.
North Park’s Fiestaveza is what you are looking for to cool down this summer with it’s crisp, clean, and crushable light body. North Park notes they brewed this Mexican style Lager with toasty Vienna and bready Pilsner malts with “hefty dose of flaked maize to keep the body lean and make the drinking so easy that you don’t even have to try!”
I love Lagers that have a nice bready, or biscuity profile to it, especially when a Mexican style Lager features other tasting notes rather than just lime.
Aspiring sports journalist, it began with my studies in Broadcast Journalism at CSUN. LA Native, now 26 years old. I'm absolutely crazy about sports, and would say it is definitely my passion. I played soccer all my life, and football at Hart High. I hope one day to continue my football dreams as a professional kicker, either CFL, Arena Football, and maybe one day the NFL.
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