Brewed by Grupo Modelo (Corona)
Style: Pale Lager
México DF, Mexico


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RATINGS: 3652   WEIGHTED AVG: 1.71/5   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
Corona Extra is the number-one selling beer in Mexico and the leading export brand from Mexico. This pilsener type beer was first brewed in 1925 by Cervecería Modelo, located in Mexico City.

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stemba (16) - South Carolina, USA - SEP 5, 2003
A Monty Python beer (ever seen the skit "American beer is like sex in a canoe, fucking near water?"? Unimpressive color and almost non-existant flavor. Head was as weak as a ten year old cancer patient. Did I mention it had no flavor? It smelled faintly of corn and rice, like many other chem-fermented mass produced brews, and earns points for consistincy, but its a consistantly bland beer. Did I mention that it lacks any real flavor?

stef92 (128) - Williamstown, New Jersey, USA - SEP 5, 2003
This beer, and I hesitate to call it that, is down right terrible. Its like carbonbated water with yellow food coloring added. Smells like a sewer. There is a valid reason for putting a lime in it. You probably couldn't swallow the stuff without it!

shintriad (701) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 4, 2003
Well, it is thin, watery, decapitated (headless) and reminiscent of frat-boy urine after partying all night at Senor Frog's, but it is refreshing and downright hoppy compared to crap like a Marca Bavaria. With a twist of lime, it goes well with fajitas, etc. You can't get drunk off it, but chicks seem to dig it, so you really can't win.

thehoff (598) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - SEP 4, 2003
Bubbly, light, lacking in flavor, except when you add the lime. Although it isn't a great beer I find myself drinking through a case or two during the summer. Great to sit outside on the beach with a corona in your hand.

evilpsych (34) - USA - SEP 2, 2003
decent yellow fizzy water.. with lime and a pinch of salt, very drinkable. rated below MGD, and above Coors original. without the lime/salt though.. the adjuncts come through and the poor mexican water quality leaves you wishing for montezuma's revenge.

Jimmyboy30 (11) - Telford, ENGLAND - AUG 31, 2003
i have to admit i like this on a hot day witha slice of lime there is a lot of good about this beer, very refreshing, highly drinkable and a certain smething about the taste that makes it a big step up form bud in my humble opinion!

jercraigs (10374) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - AUG 25, 2003
Bottle. Little to no aroma, slight smell and flavour of corn/skunk. Hints at bitterness enough to make me want a better beer. 1 Bonus overall point for being a free cold beverage after my white water rafting trip.

FtWorthBrew (105) - Fort Worth, Texas, USA - AUG 19, 2003
Corona and with a squeze of lime is a Tex-Mex staple. Not much flavor: less after taste than a normal mass produced brew but less head and flavor as well. A must if you live in Texas. Then again, I'm biased towards the southern tastes.

BBB63 (6557) - La Porte, Indiana, USA - AUG 12, 2003
Give my a lime and some tasty Jimmy Buffett tunes and I'll be all right beer. Goes well with Mex-Tex spicy foods, cuts through and cleans palate. A frat boy beer, cheap easy "Get Drunk and Screw" brew. But too bland to be "Chesseburgers in Paradise", very watery and fizzy. "Come Monday" you will NOT still feel alright because drinking many of this beer will lead to massive hangover, trust me! "Wasted Away Again". I'll stop being so CORNy now.

ante (3373) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - AUG 12, 2003
Pale yellow with a small head. Not much aroma, maybe rice and corn. Watery mouthfeel with no finish to mention.

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