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May 17, 2024


SA craft brewer creates beer made with camel dung

(Thanks to Ralph)


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Bar man 1: So, what do you do for a living?
Bar man 2: I'm a craft brewer - I collect camel dung and make beer from it.
Bar man 1: Check please!

So now drinking beer makes you want to go #1 and #2.

What's the problem?

They're just using the camel dung to roast the barley. My yak dung stove has kept me warm for a couple incarnations. Follow me for more Tibetan minimalist tips!

Sounds like a hot, steamy, mess.

At this point, what difference does it make, just roast in a dumpster fire.

Since it's in Australia, I assume the dung is deadly.

I think kangaroo dung would help brand Australian beers better.

I’d walk a mile for a camel.

One consumer reported finding debris of an unknown substance floating around in their beer. When informed by the conscientious head of marketing at Robe Town Brewery, "the beer is made from Camel Dung, Mate," the now fidgety, fast growing more uncertain consumer reacted with this response.

They say it's served best warm, licked from a camel toe.

So, kinda like lite beer then.

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