|LOS ANGELES, May 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Drinks Americas (OTC: DKAM; “Drinks Americas” or the “Company”), the exclusive United States broker for leading premium authentic Mexican beers currently present in over 34 states, today is thrilled to announce that the Company’s unique Mexican owned and brewed in Mexico Day of the Dead Craft Beer was mentioned in the Friday May 2, 2014 edition of the New York Post alongside comments “The craft beer movement has come alive in Mexico” from Leonard S. Moreno of brewery Cerveceria Mexicana.
In this daily edition of the Post, the popular newspaper covers Cinco de Mayo in a unique way paying homage to new wine varieties stemming from south of the border, and where you can try them throughout the city. While vino is the main focus of New York Post writer Michael Kaplan’s article, he does include a blurb on where readers can find Day of the Dead, Drinks Americas’ premium authentic Mexican craft beer. There he casually instructs readers to “Put down the watery Corona!” and try Mexican brewed Day of the Dead beers –including IPA and porter-style brews –currently being served at Hoja Santa located at 250 Dekalb Avenue in Brooklyn.
Joseph Belli, VP of Sales, Day of the Dead Craft Beer, commented, “To have the New York Post mention our Day of the Dead craft beer and quote Leonard S. Moreno of brewery Cerveceria Mexicana is exciting and encouraging. The craft beer movement has come alive in Mexico and all over the U.S. It is currently being supported by Hoja Santa in Brooklyn, as well as towns and cities located in 34 states across the country.”