Benito’s menu features an extensive collection of authentic Mexican beer (also known as cervezas), all of which go wonderfully with a full meal. The beers on the Benito’s menu are flavorful, distinct, and affordable – pairing perfectly with Benito’s authentic Mexican (not Tex-Mex!) menu.
If you are looking for the best Mexican beer in Fort Worth, we suggest that you come to Benito’s. With nine bottled Mexican beers and several others on tap, Benito’s offers a great selection of authentic Mexican beers for all tastes at very affordable prices.
This article will highlight a few of the outstanding Mexican beers from Benito’s menu, giving readers some insight into each beer’s history and describing the taste of each beer so that you know exactly which one to try the next time you visit us!
The first beer to try at Benito’s Restaurant is Bohemia Clasica, which is hoppy and German-inspired, featuring subtle aromas of roasted barley and fruit.
The beer has a bittersweet finish not unlike cocoa and goes great alone or with one of the signature dishes at Benito’s. Many experts consider the quality to be on par with signature craft beers and consider Bohemia Clasica to be a top-flight import lager.
Bohemia Clasica was chosen as one the “Best Beers You Should Be Drinking,” as it’s distinctive, deep flavor boldly contrasts with many of the less hoppy Mexican lagers and ales.
A truly authentic Mexican beer, Carta Blanca is a premium Mexican import. It is known for having a full body and a rich flavor.
Carta Blanca is Mexico’s first beer, founded in 1890. The beer has a smooth body and a malty finish, combining for a one-of-a-kind taste that beer drinkers have enjoyed for decades.
A bottle of Carta Blanca goes great with a lemon or lime, and the beer will have you picturing a vacation on a stunning Mexican beach. Carta Blanca is always available at Benito’s Restaurant, and goes great with any of Benito’s enchilada entrees.
Dos Equis is one of the premier names in authentic Mexican beer, with a rich history dating back decades, if not before.
Brewed the same way for 9,000 years – or at least since 1897 – Dos Equis first came to the United States as an import in 1983. Since then, Dos Equis has been declared the fastest-growing import in the U.S. and shows no signs whatsoever of slowing down in popularity.
Many people know Dos Equis from their “Most Interesting Man in the World” advertising campaigns, but Dos Equis has been a great-selling beer internationally for dozens of years.
Also known as the “only beer served at the Battle of Cinco de Mayo,” Dos Equis is served bottled and on tap at many Benito’s locations. The two most popular varieties of Dos Equis are, of course, Dos Equis Ambar (Amber) and Dos Equis Especial Lager.
Dos Equis Lager is a crisp, refreshing pilsner-style beer that pairs well with some of the lighter items on the Benito’s menu. Made from pure spring water and hand-selected hops, Dos Equis Lager has a timeless finish, drinkability, and tastes especially wonderful on a hot summer day.
Dos Equis Amber has a very rich body, a classic Vienna-style lager with a distinctively deep color. It’s great on tap or out of the bottle. Dos Equis Amber is well-renowned for pairing perfectly with Mexican cuisine, including many of the dishes offered at Benito’s Restaurant.
A lot of people love Dos Equis Amber next to chicken with adobo sauce or Milanesa, Benito’s pan-fried steak. Customers can take a look at the full Benito’s dinner menu for themselves, and decide which dish would go best with a Dos Equis Amber.
Sol is “the original Mexican beer,” bright and refreshing since 1899.
The lager is inspired by the sun, offering an optimistic outlook and good vibes to all those who drink it. Sol offers to lighten the mood.
The light-tasting lager is an authentic Mexican beer, and pairs well with many of the dishes on Benito’s Lunch Menu. Of course, you can enjoy Sol by itself, and it’s especially good on a warm, sunny day.
You can learn more about Sol in their video series, or you can stop in at Benito’s Restaurant and try one for yourself.
Another outstanding name in authentic Mexican beer is Tecate, which began brewing in the 1950s and continues today to be one of the most popular authentic Mexican beers.
The brewery was founded over 60 years ago in Tecate, Baja Mexico and has been a preferred import in the United States for over 20 years.
Tecate is the official beer of boxing and is available in both Original and Light. Tecate Original is the classic lager, with low bitterness and a clean, crisp finish.
Meanwhile, Tecate Light offers much, if not all, of the flavor of Tecate Original, while being bright and less filling. It has a light citrus aroma and only 110 calories per serving.
Stop in at Benito’s to see what we have on tap, as choices change regularly.
Choose Benito’s Restaurant for the Best Authentic Mexican Beer
Benito’s has been proudly serving their loyal customer base since 1981 and operates in the Fairmont area in Fort Worth’s hospital district. We are located right on Magnolia Avenue, open 11AM-9PM Monday through Thursday and open late until 2AM on Friday and Saturday nights.
The best Mexican beer in Forth Worth can be found with the best authentic Mexican cuisine, as Benito’s Restaurant features a fantastic menu of real Mexican entrees, appetizers, desserts, and authentic Mexican beer.
These Mexican beers are just a few of the choices available at Benito’s Restaurant. Stop in to see the full selection, and feel free to drop us a line at (817) 332-8633. You can also contact us with any additional questions.
Lastly, follow the Benito’s Restaurant blog to keep up-to-date on the latest specials, area news, and menu changes.