For VICE: Trump Just Killed Mexican Craft Beer
Spent an evening with a Mex. City brewer. Surprise surprise, he’s not thrilled about America’s new President.
Time To Read: 7 mins | December 10, 2016
The US Presidential election turned the world’s financial markets into blown-up, untied balloons. Then, on the morning of November 9, when everyone woke up and realized a reality TV host was now responsible for the world’s largest economy, those balloons were released. They shot up and down, backwards and sideways, and were utterly unpredictable for weeks. It didn’t matter how many economics degrees your investment bank had sitting around a mahogany conference table—no one knew what would happen next.