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Corona Premier Will Help You Find Your Beach (and your bikini body too!)

This new beer is making waves in the land of Red, White, and Brew!

Beer is a universal language. And Andrew Robsham is fluent in it. A longtime beer lover, this Midwestern native packed his lagersluggage and transplanted to the land of eternal sunshine, opportunity, and all day happy hour – yeah, we mean Southern California. Andrew is a Draft Manager for Constellation Brands, the leading total alcohol supplier in the nation that is responsible for producing some of your numero uno imports like Corona, Modelo, and Pacifico. He talks about beer brewing the same way a chemist boasts about a successful experiment with parts-per-million this and carbon dioxide that. Evidently, beauty is in the eye of the beer holder (or however that phrase goes). Constellation Brand’s latest launch celebrates elevating the familiar into a premium product. Corona Premier Draft is 90 calories of guilt-free goodness from the brand you know with the flavor you crave.

“It’s perfectly balanced with a touch of sweetness and a clean, pleasantly dry finish. The aroma is a fruity honey aroma with a touch of malt. The smoothest, most drinkable Corona yet,” brags Andrew.

The newest addition to the Corona family is a palate cleansing aperitif that pairs perfectly with light, fresh dishes such as seafood and shellfish, pork and chicken. With only 2.6 grams of carbs, you’ll be able to have your keg and drink it too. According to Andrew, draft beer is “the closest representation of the liquid that the brewmaster wanted” and Corona Premier aims to bottle this unblemished blonde. They hit the ale right on the head with the debut of this light lager and the freshness is sure to help you find your beach.

A beer can be an olive branch, a reward, or an ice breaker. It can be a way to warm up for a big night out or cool down from a rigorous work day. A beer is a multi-faceted beverage that can be light, dark, sweet, sour, hoppy, or mellow. And according to Andrew, there is no wrong way to drink one. Pouring a beer though, now that’s a whole ‘nother ball game. Andrew explains that the key lies in tilting the glass to a 45-degree angle and straightening it as the head (or foam portion) forms without touching the faucet to the beer resulting in a 1 to 1 ½ inch frosting of frothy goodness. The resulting malted mustache allows the aromas to flaunt the flavor profile enhancing overall drinkability. Yet when it all boils down to it, there is really only one right way to serve a beer – and that’s cold. Stay thirsty, my amigos!

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