Mexico's beer history isn't unlike America's. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, German immigrants brought crisp, delicious lagers to lay the country's beer-drinking foundation. Now, craft beer has caught on with Mexican brewers mimicking bold and hoppy American brews. Though a Mexican-made IPA may still be hard to find stateside, there are still far better options than Corona. Here are our favorite Mexican beers you can find in the U.S., from classic lagers to IPAs and a coffee porter.