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In this week’s do-not-miss world of beer news, it appears the Icelandic brewery Borg Brugghús has created a beer that gets its unique taste characteristics from, yes indeed, sheep dung.
The malted barley that goes into their Fenrir Nr. 26 is smoked over burning Icelandic sheep excrement for several hours, resulting in a brew that is, according to brewmaster Sturlaugur Jon Björnsson, “Þetta er í raun léttur IPA bjór með sítruslegt og ferskt bragð og lykt frá humlunum. Síðan kemur svolítið þyngri, taðreyktur fílingur í þetta en þetta gengur allt saman upp.”
For the non-Icelandic among us, that more or less translates as “It’s a lightweight IPA with fresh citrus and hop notes, then comes a bit heavier taste from the...” Well. You get the idea.
A Louisiana chef sliced open an eggplant and found "GOD." CNN affiliate WAFB reports.
Pie for breakfast? I say YES! Mark Hill (@photomark16) is a @CNN photographer who has taken over our Instagram account while he road trips through New England. Follow along and share your own photos using #eatocracy. #foodporn #maine #summervacation #pie A photo posted by @eatocracy on Jul 5, 2014 at 11:54am PDT
Pie for breakfast? I say YES! Mark Hill (@photomark16) is a @CNN photographer who has taken over our Instagram account while he road trips through New England. Follow along and share your own photos using #eatocracy. #foodporn #maine #summervacation #pie
A photo posted by @eatocracy on Jul 5, 2014 at 11:54am PDT
Are you on Instagram? Eatocracy is, but we forget that on occasion. Luckily, CNN photographer Mark Hill has nabbed our password for a takeover while he's traveling in Maine for the next while. Lotta corn, lobster roll, blueberry pies and more, and it's making us madly hungry and jealous stuck at our desks at Eatocracy HQ in New York.
The Travel Channel pulls Adam Richman's new show after the "Man vs. Food" star ranted on social media.
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