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 Posted: Fri Apr 3rd, 2020 02:42 am
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I am not sure if everyone knows of the alarming situation in Mexico. I don't know if it is all alcohol production that is halted.  Although this is extremely alarming and disturbing news, I am not sure. Since spring break was pretty much cancelled, bars are closed, and even the upcoming religious drinking festival, maybe there is a surplus? So will we finally achieve our lifelong humored goal of drinking Mexico dry, will a perceived shortage drive up the price, or is it the duty of the few remaining to not let spirits go to waste? It would be great to get some straight news about supplies, but I guess our own wave of those who can afford to horde is fully justified. Stay thirsty my friends.

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I know. Gas goes down in price and they won't let us drive.

Its also been 2 weeks without any new games on the TV either.
Yesterday I noticed this lady sitting next to me on my couch.
Apparently she's my wife.
She seems nice.

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Jeffy, too frickin’ funny !

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I O'Pine for the Good Ole Days when San Carlos was Known as-----""A small Drinking Village with a Fishing Problem"" jajajajajaja


Stay Safe all

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Bullshipper wrote: Yesterday I noticed this lady sitting next to me on my couch.
Apparently she's my wife.
She seems nice.


OMG, this is the best laugh i have had in a LONG time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Just 11 days of social distancing and now my apparent wife wants back in the house.
What to do?

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I guess this turned into a bad joke today. The price on Tecate was raised today, limit 24/person,they ended OXXO promotion prices ( but Santa Rosa was still cheap), then the liquor stores closed, sales ended at 6:00, and now it sounds like there may not even be alcohol sales tomorrow (dry laws)!???

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repsilon wrote:  The price on Tecate was raised today, 

most of the free world beer breweries are owned by a conglomerate! "google search"
the peso is trading at 25/1 , price adjustments were inevitable to maintain manufacturing, distribution and profit margins!
we will also start seeing prices on international goods being raised for the same reason!
the automotive industry will probably be the next most visible with price increases here in Mexico!
example: a Toyota Tacoma was selling in Mexico a month ago for about 650,000 pesos at 18/1 about $35,000 USD, if the are still selling at that prices today, it would be $26,000. USD
Toyota are manufactured here in Mexico in Tecate, Baja California!
international commerce is tied to the the USA dollar!

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repsilon wrote: I am not sure if everyone knows of the alarming situation in Mexico. I don't know if it is all alcohol production that is halted.  Although this is extremely alarming and disturbing news, I am not sure. Since spring break was pretty much cancelled, bars are closed, and even the upcoming religious drinking festival, maybe there is a surplus? So will we finally achieve our lifelong humored goal of drinking Mexico dry, will a perceived shortage drive up the price, or is it the duty of the few remaining to not let spirits go to waste? It would be great to get some straight news about supplies, but I guess our own wave of those who can afford to horde is fully justified. Stay thirsty my friends.



On a serious side, what I have heard in Spanish is that the plants are closed temporarily.
No ley seca as far as I know. Buy and hoard, like TP.


Have you heard differently.

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I just read that it was just to after 6:00. I hope that is the case. They already have two case limits at Ley's- except that they were closing today I heard.

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Ley is closing?

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Walmart today !

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¡Es un milagro!

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They were dilvering beer at Stx on the ranchito road early this morning and also at the beer store next to the Catholic Church. 

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Yesterday, Saturday the ofertas, promotions were dropped at Tecate outlets. A case of 24 cans of Tecate light went from 190 pesos to 310. pesos. They said everywhere, I do not know for sure. Heineken needs the pesos? Ynot

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on social media black market sales are reported as 3000 pesos for a 24 pack.


Venden el 24 de cerveza en 'aguajes' hasta en 3 mil pesos en Sonora - Opinión Sonora

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looks like the price of beer is going up!
Alza de gasolina, jitomate y cerveza impulsa inflación en México | EL IMPARCIAL | Noticias de México y el mundo

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