As Homer Simpson famously said, alcohol is the cause and solution of all human problems. People have been drinking alcohol back for thousands of years. It can even be the root of civilization – agriculture may have evolved to provide the ingredients for brewing. Now the market for alcoholic beverages is more saturated than an alcoholic's liver. To sell drinks you have to stand out. Here are ten of the strangest alcoholic beverages out there.
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Brewdog is a Scottish craft brewery that has long crossed the borders of beer. In 2010 they produced a 55% alcohol beer called The End Of History. They had previously made high alcohol beers, but this was the culmination of their research, hence the name. It was recommended that buyers sip it in small quantities. At £ 500-700, you want to make the most of it.
The price range is due to the unusual container for the bottle. Only 12 were made in the first run, and each was served in a bottle contained in either a squirrel or a stoat. The price of the bottle depended on the size of the soft toy it came in. Those who missed the first batch could later pick up a bottle if they joined a crowdfunding round of the brewery. Those who raised over $ 20,000 received a free bottle of End of History, which is still presented in a dead animal. 
9 Flavored Vodkas
The joy of vodka is that it does its job well; it makes you good and drunk. The shame is that it generally only tastes of the scorching sensation of alcohol. So people did their best to disguise this by adding their own flavors to the vodka. Some are simple fruit flavors, others are rather unusual. Sweet tooths will find marshmallow, salted caramel, popcorn or just about any sugary confectionery. Those looking for a hearty vodka will undoubtedly pamper their taste buds no matter what they crave.
The Alaska Distillery produces a vodka that has been incorporated into the so-called Alaska Signature Cocktail. They produce a smoked salmon-flavored vodka that they think goes well with a Bloody Mary. Made with water from glacial ice, they put the salmon in their vodka and leave it in a mild pink color.
Another potential addition to your Bloody Mary is bacon-flavored vodka. Bakon Vodka has spent two years perfecting the taste they add to their bacon vodka. For some reason. You really must have believed it would work. 
8 Fermented Mare's Milk
Drinking water was a risky undertaking for most of history. Contamination with human and animal waste made water a perfect way to get deadly diseases. The fermentation and the alcohol it produces were one of the best ways to kill bacteria. In the Asian steppes, nomadic tribes made a light alcoholic drink from the mares on which they rode.
Kumis, also known as Airag, is a Mongolian fermented mare's milk. The milk is collected in a large leather sack and mixed repeatedly for two days. This introduces oxygen into the milk and allows yeast and bacteria to grow. They convert some of the lactic acid to alcohol, which means that the mixture contains about 2% alcohol. Your metabolism also produces carbon dioxide, which makes the milk slightly carbonated. Another reason to ferment mare's milk before drinking is that raw milk has a strong laxative effect on humans.
Anyone looking for a stronger brew can try Arkhi. This is a distillation from Airag, which brings about 10% alcohol. The results of this process appear to have either a slightly rancid or goat-like taste depending on the quality of the arkhi. 
7 snake wine
snake wine is exactly what it sounds like. Snakes, often poisonous cobras, are filled with rice wine in bottles and marinated in the mixture. According to practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine, the resulting snake wine is said to have health benefits from the poison dissolved in the alcohol. Snake wine is available throughout China and Southeast Asia.
In order to make the wine more palatable or more medicinal, other products can be added to the mixture. Berries, herbs, spices and geckos find their way into a bottle of snake wine. Tourists can buy bottles of it to take home, but the drink is mostly served in shot glasses with no macabre body parts.
The snakes are often forced into the bottles alive and drown in rice wine. This uncomfortable practice is not always effective. There are reports of snakes that have survived the process for months by going into hibernation and then waking up to bite the drinker. 
6 Gilpin Family Whiskey
James Gilpin has changed his knowledge of the human body from chemistry to an unusual alcoholic beverage. He decided to raise awareness of diabetes by working with a natural by-product of type II diabetes. Type II diabetics cannot regulate the amount of sugar in their blood and therefore often have high blood sugar. This is excreted in their urine. Gilpin took older people with diabetes urine and turned it into a single malt whiskey.
All fermentations are essentially the same because sugar is converted into alcohol by yeast. Gilpin filters the urine to remove the sugar and then uses that sugar to drive the fermentation process forward. Gilpin’s own grandmother provided some of the raw materials for his project.
Unfortunately (?) The whiskey will not be widespread, but will raise questions about whether we should harvest resources that would otherwise be washed away. 
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5 Three Penis Wine
Traditional Chinese medicine strikes again. Alcohol is a good solvent for molecules that do not dissolve well in water. The use of alcohol to extract effective chemicals is not that stupid. In China, they go straight to the source to give men back their potency. In traditional pharmacies you can buy wine in which penises are soaked. A certain wine increases the stake by containing the power of three penises at the same time.
Tezhi Sanbian Jiu is a rice wine that would look like anyone else to the unobserved. However, its name means Three Penis Liquor. Those who are willing to give it a try will have the purported benefits of deer, seal and dog penis in their shot glasses. It is not surprising that mainly men seek the help of Three Penis Liquor. The drink is also said to have the power to heal the kidneys. Perhaps the creators have missed a marketing opportunity there to market it to women with kidney problems. 
4 Anty Gin
Nordic cuisine has experienced a renaissance in recent years. The Noma in Copenhagen has been awarded four times as the best restaurant in the world. When Noma visited London, they presented a dish consisting of cabbage leaves and live ants.
The chef from Noma, Rene Redzepi, founded the Nordic Food Lab, a non-profit organization that deals with "food", diversity and delicacy. “In collaboration with a gin distillery, they brought the taste of ants to the masses. Each bottle of Anty Gin contains the essence of 62 wood ants that have been hand-eaten. The ants were chosen for Noma's menu and this gin because they produce a spray of chemicals in an attack to ward off predators. Many of these chemicals have flavors that the creators of this gin say add flavor.
Anyone wishing to try this intoxicating mix of insect secretions will have to pay £ 200 for a bottle. 
3 Sourtoe Cocktail
The Downtown Hotel in Dawson City, Canada, offers customers a unique opportunity. All you have to do is order a shot of ghost and take the sourtoe oath. Then the bar takes your shot and puts a real human toe in the glass. Then take your shot and become a member of the Sourtoe Club. The club has only one rule: "You can drink it quickly, you can drink it slowly, but your lips have to touch the toe."
The legend of the toe says that it belonged to an alcohol runner during the ban. Caught in a blizzard, the runner developed a burn in his toe, which he chopped off with an ax and preserved in rum. The preserved toe is said to have been found decades later. How the decision was made to make a cocktail out of it is lost in history.
The current toe used for the cocktail is not the original one. Several toes were accidentally swallowed by those who took the Sourtoe challenge. In 2013, a patron deliberately swallowed his toe and willingly paid the $ 500 fine for losing the main ingredient. Those who now swallow the toe will be charged a $ 2500 fee. Fortunately, the hotel managed to donate other toes. 
2 Poured over women's breasts
There is a certain type of person who pays for each type of person to contact an attractive woman. For those who want to have a little human contact in their minds, a German company has just the right product. G Spirits sells bottles of alcohol poured over a model's breasts.
Buyers can get whiskey, rum, and vodka that have been treated with G Spirit. Each bottle comes with a certificate signed by the model, which swears that the alcohol has spilled on your meat. You will also receive a photo of the model during soaking. The creators have created a glass basin to catch the alcohol and offer videos of the process. For around $ 200, the owners of G Spirits promise a first-class product and the "eroticism of a beautiful woman". Whether this leads to a better taste is waiting for a blind taste test. 
1 Beer brewed from human yeast
Yeast is everywhere. If you are alive while reading this, you have yeast all over you and in you. Most of the time they don't harm and are actually important parts of the ecology that exists on us. But as we've seen, yeast is also an important part of the brewery. They do the actual job of making alcohol. It seems that people have put these two facts together and are using human yeast to make their drinks.
John Maier is the chief brewer of the Rogue Brewery. When they wanted to develop a new yeast strain for their beers, they searched in all the usual places. Then someone joked that his beard, which had not been shaved since 1978, could house some interesting yeasts. With 9 hairs, they cultivated a yeast that was ideal for beer production and lurked in Maier's beard. The yeast was probably a mixture of a wild yeast strain and one normally used in the brewery. The beer was released in 2014 as Rogue Beard Beer.
In 2016 a crowdfunding page appeared for a Polish company that wants to brew a beer made from yeast that comes from the private parts of a model. Since the yeast used in the brewery is a different strain than that normally found in humans, it is unlikely to succeed. I'm sure it won't stop people from trying. 
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