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CORONA EXTRA

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CORONA IS ALL ABOUT ENJOYING A BEER WITH FRIENDS BY THE BEACH ON SUNSET


No corona is complete without a slice of lime, adding serious refreshment value and a unique garnish.

INTRODUCING CORONA

Corona is one of the most popular beer brands that the world has ever seen. First brewed almost a century ago in 1925, Corona was born in sunny Mexico City for local, domestic consumption. A pale lager style, Corona Extra is a crowd-pleaser at functions and events being easy drinking and enjoyed by many beer drinkers. 

 

HOW TO ENJOY

Corona Extra is best enjoyed ice cold straight from the fridge or cooler. To prepare the lime wedges, roll the lime a number of times underneath the palm of your hand to release the juice, then slice into thin wedges. Open the Corona Extra with an opener and insert one of the lime wedges into the top of the bottle - your Corona is now ready to enjoy!

Corona Extra

Refreshing Mexican Pale Lager

 

Country
Mexico

 

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