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Sour, smelly and slimy: Aztec brew takes Mexico’s hipsters by storm – World News February 2, 2014

Posted by sandyclaus in Food Culture.
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Yet in an ever-urbanizing landscape of glass towers and macchiato breaks, pulquerias offer “spaces where people meet their equals, where they can effectively scratch their asses without anyone complaining, think about anything, be politically incorrect,” argues Everardo Gonzalez, maker of the wistful 2002 documentary “Song of Pulque.” (Mexicans have dedicated a great many songs to the drink.)

“These places are necessary hubs,” he says.

Such nostalgia isn’t always apparent in the pulquerias where the hipsters gather. In those places, downing pulque seems more about making a statement than embracing a lifestyle.

via Sour, smelly and slimy: Aztec brew takes Mexico’s hipsters by storm – World News.

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