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A barman serves Mexican craft beer in a bar in Mexico City, on July 20, 2012. Producers of handcrafted beer make their way in Mexico following the emergence of new breweries in crowded neighborhoods of the capital and as large emporiums producing traditional brands such as Corona stopped being Mexican.
The street food scene in LA is a vibrant and varied world, but if you need some guidance navigating it, there's no one better to turn to than Bill Esparza.
He writes the Vitamina T column for LA Magazine and blogs on his own at Street Gourmet LA. This week he explores craft beer makers in Mexico.