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Originally published by EGR Intel 17th March 2020 The custom of putting a slice of lemon in the neck of your bottled beer started with both the Modelo and Corona brands at some ill-defined point in history. The supposed rationale behind the embedded citrus plugs range from marketing, through product and into practicality. Some evidence suggests that it was a marketing gimmick to give the beers a Mexican beach vibe when they were marketed to Yuppie Californians in the 80’s. Another theory is that it was a complementary product device to align the beer’s taste more closely with German hefeweizen brews, noted for their citrus aftertaste. The final (and most believable, IMHO) motive for forcing

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