Compensation was provided by Montejo. Although all opinion stated are my own.
|Andriana from -La Moda by Andriana|
|Chef Eddie Ruiz of Corazon y Miel Restaurant|
Last Monday, we were invited to a private event at Dodger Stadium hosted by Cerveza Montejo. It was a night chalk full of amazing food provided by renown chef Eddie Ruiz of Corazon y Miel, refreshing micheladas at the Montejo Bar and a stadium tour that taught us about the rich Dodger history.
We were able to visit the Dodger Dugout, the Dodger Museum which is home to two World Series trophies, numerous MVP’s, Cy Young’s, Silver Slugger and Rookie of the Year awards. We were also able to check out the inside of the Dodgers Interview Room. On our way through the stadium, we saw the Dodger Weight Room, batting cages, and took a quick peek inside the Dodger Clubhouse.
Baseball was part of my childhood. Sinaloa, where I’m from, is home to the Tomateros, the local baseball who my family roots for. My dad still continues to play in a Sunday baseball league and is very passionate for the sport. Being able to experience this brought back great childhood memories and all thanks to Montejo.
Montejo is now the proud sponsor for the Dodgers Stadium. It has actually been around for decades in Mexico, but has finally made its way to the United States and, in just less than a year, has become the #1 fastest growing beer in the country. Montejo has a light golden color and it’s renowned for its crips, refreshing finish. Montejo is the perfect beer to enjoy at Dodger Stadium, just like I did.
Chef Eddie Ruiz brought out a new menu just for this even, and made all the food incorporating Montejo beer. He made the best dishes I have tried and the dessert was spectacular. I can’t thank Montejo enough for the amazing opportunity.
This was an unforgettable experience and hope you guys enjoyed this recap of everything we got to enjoy.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Montejo. The opinions and text are all mine.