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Taco lovers, guac-makers, and salsa-dippers take note: Mexican-style lagers are in and for good reason. The U. The term Mexican-style lager is misleading. Fast forward a couple hundred years. Unlike its neighbor to the north, there is no established European-style brewing tradition for much of the colonial period, but it kicked off in the 19th century after that small scuffle called the Mexican War of Independence concluded in In fact, the Mexican-style lager has more in common with Vienna lager than with the light, fizzy beers many associate with the country today, and for many years it was easier to find Vienna lager in Mexico than in its native land.
The Nature Coast Aquatic Preserve off Citrus, Hernando, and Pasco counties is the first new preserve to be designated in more than 30 years and the 42nd in a state system designed to maintain water quality and biological value to ensure healthy ecosystems. Their proposal received widespread support: More than Nature Coast businesses, nine state and national recreational fishing and marine industry organizations — including NMMA — the Citrus and Hernando county commissions, and The Pew Charitable Trusts backed creation of the Nature Coast Aquatic Preserve. Clean water is essential to seagrass, which grows underwater and provides food, shelter, and nursery areas for a vast array of marine animals.