El Chingón IPA Is Coming Soon to your Nearby Bodega, Because Corporate America Loves ‘the Hispanics’

I never go to Dallas (nor do I see any reason to do that) so I had no idea they had an IPA over there called El Chingón. But now that Constellation Brands has acquired Four Corners, makers of said IPA, we’ll be seeing this thing everywhere across the USA –pretty much like those pesky Hispanics.

And it all makes sense. See? Even when non-Hispanics keep calling the cops on our people for speaking Spanish and our own clown-in-chief insists on calling Mexicans rapists and awful, awful people, corporate America still LOVES the Hispanics.

And there’s a reason for that. According to data shared by Constellation Brands, Hispanics make up more than 17 percent of beer drinkers in the U.S. and the number of Hispanic people entering legal drinking age over the next decade is expected to grow 3 percent to a total of 46 million.

So, no matter how much they hate us and want to deport our butts back-to-where-we-came-from, when it comes to spending our dinerito, my people are still very very chingones.

Via. CNN.com

This Beer Features Donald Trump Wearing a Mariachi Hat and a Swastika Belt Buckle — for some Reason

No, I don’t feel like buying/drinking this thing

People have got to stop doing this.

According to my sources (i.e. the World Wide Web) Mexican and U.S. brewers have gotten together to reinvent Donald Trump as a “gun-slinging mariachi” to promote Amigous, a beer supposed to “celebrate cross-border cooperation.” But the gun is only the beginning. From the little I could read, Trump’s trousers are held up with a swastika belt buckle, and the rear label of the beer informs the reader that the 71-year-old New Yorker belongs “in a mad house, not the White House.”

The “innovative” product comes on the heels of the Trump-inspired toilet paper and other crazy ideas out there.

I am not going to spend too much time on talking about this thing, because 1) I’m super busy and 2) It’s almost impossible to keep up with all the marketing nonsense around our current administration and the dark, sad hole we’ve all fallen into.

So… wake me up in 2024, will ya?

Via: Univision