In the beginning of the second decade, Mr. Miguel Gonzalez and Mr. Heracio Ochoa united as partners to form the first industrial brewery in Baja California.
On September 15, 1923, the Mexicali Brewery opened its doors and quickly became one of the biggest and solid industrial facilities in the Northwest region of the Republic.
As time went on, Mr. Ochoa departed from the brewery and Mr. Gonzalez become sole owner of the corporation, until his death, thirty years later.
The key to success for any brewery is the brewmaster. Mr. Miguel Gonzalez had the good fortune to have met Mr. Adolfo Bindher, a German brewery chemist and brewmaster that would produce a consistent, quality beer to whom fame would extend for decades. When Mr. Bindler died, his son took the responsibility of brewmaster to insure the same high standards of brewing were kept, as well as the secret of an inherited formula.
After fifty years of satisfying the thirst and demand of the local population and tourists from all over the world, the brewery closed its doors.
Today, the same formula and packaging is brought back to the industry for the pleasure and enjoyment of beer enthusiasts throughout the world.
And Remember, these Brews are "Complete Beers - No Lime Required"!