LIMA, Peru — Throughout their country’s descent into political and economic crisis, Venezuelans of all stripes have at least been able to rely on one thing: drowning their sorrows in beer. Locals of the sweltering South American nation love to down the kinds of heavily chilled light lagers popular from Mexico to Argentina. But pretty soon Venezuela could run dry. And that could be even more devastating than it sounds. How did it come to this? For one, brewery workers are on strike demanding higher wages. Members of the Sintraterricentro union downed tools…Read more …
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