The Copenhagen-based microbrewery Nørrebro Bryghus has just unveiled a limited 60,000-bottle release of a special lager it made using over 13,000 gallons of piss collected from urinal troughs during the Roskilde Music Festival in 2015, which it's aptly calling Pisner.
To be clear, the sudsy final product doesn't actually contain a single drop of pee. Rather, the malted barley used in the brew was fertilized with the urine, instead of traditional animal manure or plant-based nutrients. And according to those who've tasted it, it's actually quite refreshing. "If it had tasted even a bit like urine, I would put it down, but you don't even notice," Anders Sjögren, who attended the Roskilde Festival 2015, told Reuters.