Get drunk with Trump - Mexican beer label depicts US President as Nazi mariachi

Mexican and US brewers united their efforts and started the production of the new 'Amigous Cerveza' craft beer, depicting US President Donald Trump as a Mexican traditional mariachi albeit adorned with swastikas. The brewers displayed their wares at their brewery in Mexico City, Thursday.

"All over Mexico there's very little affection towards Trump and so, any product that goes out to the market mocking him will be well received by the people of Mexico," CEO of Mexico-based 'December mistake error' brewery Fernando Rincon said in Mexico City on Thursday.

The original batch of 800 litres was sold within the first three days after the release, entrepreneurs informed, before adding that they decided to add mango flavour to originally bitter beer. "At the end we made a funny irony, because it's a very bitter beer - like he is - and we added mango, which made the beer orange - like he is - so everything ended up fitting," Luis from 'Cru Cru' brewery said.

A new beer featuring Trump in a sombrero and a swastika belt buckle aims to mock Trump's controversial plans to build a wall along the 3,200-kilometre (2,000-mile) US-Mexico border and to stop illegal immigration by sending undocumented people caught at the border back to Mexico.

A bottle of beer costs €4 ($4,4) and is labeled at nine percent alcohol by volume.

Fernando Rincon, CEO of 'Error de Diciembre' brewery (Spanish): "All over Mexico there's very little affection towards Trump and so, any product that goes out to the market mocking him will be well received by the people of Mexico."

Luis Enrique de la Reguera, CEO of 'Cru Cru' brewery (Spanish): "At the end we made a funny irony, because it's a very bitter beer - like he is - and we added mango, which made the beer orange - like he is - so everything ended up fitting."

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