This light, refreshing ale with a hint of lime and similar flavor profiles of a Mexican lager will have you dreaming of relaxing on the beach in San Diego or Tijuana.
The crisp, clean ale pairs well with tacos, buffalo wings, burgers, and steaks. With an ABV (alcohol by volume) of 4.5%, you can enjoy a couple of beers without having to pace your intake.
If you’re counting calories, skip the hard seltzer and grab an 805 Cerveza. At only 110 calories per serving, it has fewer calories than a soda. You’ll find it available in a 6 pack, 12 pack, or 24-ounce cans.
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