I'm kind of into spanish/latin beer like san miguel or corona
Welcome to the board, DGrey87!
The first place I had ice-cold San Miguel was in Torremolinos, Spain back in 1988 at a bar called Nick's. Back then it was a famous bar catering mostly to Navy personnel. The place had hundreds of pictures and other memorabilia from every ship's crew that docked in Malaga just down the coast. There were items from U.S., Canadian, British, other NATO countries, Israeli and even a few Russian ships. And the burgers and fries were excellent.
The thing that was neat about this particular bar was that the beer was almost superchilled. If you left the bottle out for a few minutes it actually formed a thin coat of ice, not just the usual condensation. That really beat the heat out there, and that's saying something as some of the days there were as hot and humid as places I've visited on the US Gulf Coast.
It took me a few years to figure out how to duplicate that technique, and all it involved was setting the beer fridge to 35 or 36 degrees. That's about as cold as my beer fridge can go, but it works great.