Does the Moon Like Corona Beer?

Find Out This Weekend in New York City

We’ve all heard that the moon is made of cheese and scientist will tell you that it’s really made of a concrete-like substance called regolith, but ask the folks at Corona and they’ll tell you it’s really a lime.

Call it Luna Corona because when the waxing crescent moon hits a certain angle at 15th Street and 9th Avenue in Manhattan, it looks like a slice of lime sitting pretty in a nice cold Corona. If you’re in New York you’ll have your chance to catch it Friday and Saturday.

See how it looked last month in this video.

By Marc Apple


By Marc Apple

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