This Brewery In Denmark Is Using Something Seriously Gross To Make Their Beer

Celebration season is a reason for music-adoring grown-ups to relinquish this present reality for a couple days and let free.

Yet, packing such a large number of individuals into any carnival or celebration site is no simple undertaking and things like living plans and restrooms end up noticeably real worries for celebration coordinators. Be that as it may, for one celebration in Denmark, coordinators have collaborated with a neighborhood bottling works to guarantee that washroom squander won’t turn into an issue. (What’s more, regardless of the possibility that it does, concertgoers will be excessively tipsy, making it impossible to take note.)

As of late, Norrebro Bryghus Brewery gathered more than 50,000 liters of pee from the yearly Roskilde Festival.

Recently, Norrebro Bryghus Brewery collected over 50,000 liters of urine from the annual Roskilde Festival.

Why, you ask? To make their beer, obviously.

Why, you ask? To make their beer, obviously.

Dubbed the “Pisner,” this beer is created by using human urine to help ferment the barley.

Dubbed the “Pisner,” this beer is created by using human urine to help ferment the barley.

The company reported that the amount of urine they’ve collected thus far is enough to produce nearly 60,000 bottles of Pisner.

The company reported that the amount of urine they've collected thus far is enough to produce nearly 60,000 bottles of Pisner.

While brewmasters claims the beer doesn’t taste like urine, I’m not so sure I would take their word for it. Learn more about the production of Pisner below.