Gin brewed with ants. Poop wine. Whale testicle beer flavored with the smoked dung of Icelandic sheep. This beverage collection sounds like a menu at the world’s worst Happy Hour, but it’s actually part of a new exhibit at the aptly named Disgusting Food Museum in Malmö, Sweden.

The museum is already known for its peculiar culinary displays, such as maggoty cheese from Sardinia, Icelandic fermented shark flesh and Peruvian frog smoothies. For the new three-month-long exhibit, which opened to the public on Sept. 5, “we have found the strangest, most interesting and challenging alcohol types from the world,” museum director Andreas Ahrens said in a statement. “Some of the exhibited alcohols showcase different types of homemade alcohols going back thousands of years, while others are experimental, made by local brewers,” he said.



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