4. 5. Beerless

Beer hunt

🇸🇮 Pred par dnevi sva v eni od Facebook skupin zasledila, da v Mehiki zmanjkuje piva. Ah ne, ni mogoče, eno je dat ljudi v karanteno, drugo je pa Mehičanom vzet pivi. Za vsak slučaj sva šla v trgovino (ker enako slabo je Slovenca pustit brez!) in res, police prazne, nobenega nacionalnega piva nikjer. Sva nabrala par mehiških craft piv, pa malo Tuborga, pa Estrella Galicia. Tu v Mehiki ni bilo drame s toaletnim papirjem, niti s kvasom, je pa zdaj s pivom. Pod najinim balkonom je mini market in že dva dni ne mine par minut, brez da bi se kdo ustavil “Hay cerveza?”, izmenjal informacije s sotrpini in se odpeljal naprej v lov. Zdaj naju plakat “NO HAY CERVEZA” prijazno opominja, da je treba vsak (mali) pirček še kako zguštirat.

🇬🇧 Some days ago we came across a FB post stating Mexico is running out of beer. Impossible, who would think of closing Mexicans in quarantine for two months and taking away their beloved cerveza? We didn’t want to risk it so we went around, it turns out finding any Mexican national beer is as unlikely as buying toilet paper was in other countries a few weeks ago. They closed all breweries in March and we apparently drank Mexico dry. We found some craft and imported beers, but the search in town is real. The store below our balcony has been a hotspot of people stopping, consulting each other and driving to the next potential supplier. Now a “NO HAY CERVEZA” sign is reminding us that every small beer in our posession is a treasure.