Beer is a great way to socialize and bond with friends. Beer is also an excellent way to get a buzz on when you’re feeling uninspired or as it were: you’ve had too much to drink but you’re not sure what to do with it.
Well, it was at one of Ethos’ conferences, where he talked about the importance of beer to his organization. I guess the most important thing he said was that he wouldn’t want to drink a single drop of alcohol while he was in Ethiopia. So I guess we all have to be careful what we drink.
It’s true, that at least one group of people in Ethiopia do not drink alcohol. But it’s also true that many people in Ethiopia are alcohol-dependent, and if you drink, they get inebriated and end up in a coma. So while I think it’s important to drink beer, I also think it’s important to take care of yourself.
Ethiopian beer has a name (Kala Beer) that is a combination of the word for beer and the word for beer. So what’s the point? Well, it’s probably because of that, that the beer you see in the trailer is called Kala Beer. The Ethiopian people are the first and only people in the world that make beer from fermented barley. They also make beer from barley that has been dried.
Kala Beer is a style of beer that is made from barley and beer yeast. The barley is fermented in a special yeast called _mashrabi_ in a special yeast called _yedi_. Kala Beer is a very dry style of beer that has the highest alcohol content of all beer styles. The beer styles of Ethiopia are mostly dry, and there is very little that is sweet in them. The beer is very light and refreshing.
Kala Beer is a great beer. One of the best of its kind.
The beer is a bit like chocolate with a bit of malt. It’s light, fruity, and refreshing, and it tastes like a cross between sweet and bitter.
The taste of Ethiopian beer is not unlike that of beer in the middle of the desert. The sweetness of malt is offset by the lightness of the beer and the lightness of the beer is offset by the sweetness of the malt.
Kala Beer is a great beer.
The Kala Beer is the beer of the Kaffa people in Ethiopia. They make beer with tea leaves (which are not as bitter as malt). The beer is light and refreshing, with a bit of sweetness on the finish. The brew is also described as being like a cross between sweet and bitter, or a cross between chocolate and bitter.