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Chihuahua From the mid-19th to the early 20th century, a large number of breweries were opened in various regions of Mexico. Some of these include the Cervecer?a Toluca y M?xico by Swiss Agust?n Marendaz in 1865, Cervecer?a Cruz Blanca in Mexico City by Emil Dercher in 1869 (which produced the first lager), the San Diego Brewery by Carlos Fredenbaen in 1860, the Cervercer?a Yucateca by Jos? Ponce Solis in M?rida in 1869 (with German equipment and a German brewer), the F?brica de Cerveza y Hielo in Monterrey in 1886, the Cevercer?a Piazzini in Monterrey in 1889, the Cervecer?a Estrella by Juan E. Ohrner in 1890, the Cervecer?a Guillermo Hasse y Compa?ia in Orizaba by Henry Manthey, William Hasse, Cuno Van Alten and Adolph Burhard (which started production at 15,000 bottles daily and would later change its name to Cervecer?a Moctezuma), the Cervecer?a Chihuahua by Juan Terrazas in Chihuahua in 1896, the Cervecer?a Sonora by George Gruning, Dr. Albert Hoeffer, and Jacob Schuele in 1896, the Cervecer?a del Pac?fico by Jorge Claussen, Germ?n Evers and Emilio Philippy in 1900


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