Take a sweet, sour sip of the world’s first vagina beer
There’s seemingly no end to quirky artisanal craft beers — but now brewers have finally put our patience to the test.
Last week, a company known as Orders of Yoni announced that they had new creation in the works: beer, made entirely with yeast from a woman’s vagina. Featuring a sour aftertaste, and a “woman’s allure,” the beer promises to bring hoppiness and joy to weirdos everywhere.
“Using hi-tech of microbiology, we isolate, examine and prepare lactic acid bacteria from vagina of a unique woman,” their website reads.
That woman, they claim, is Czech model Alexandra Brendlov. And finding her and her yeast was the result of a long, arduous selection process.
With April Fools’ Day just around the corner, it’s possible that the beer is just a fictional creation, designed to provide entertainment to bored people at work everywhere. If that’s the case, it’s succeeded — at a small, borderline offensive cost to women’s vaginas everywhere.
“The bacteria, lactobacillus, transfer woman’s features, allure, grace, glamour and her instincts into beers and other products, turning them into dance with lovely goddess,” the site reads.
Orders of Yoni hopes to raise 150,000 euros for their project. Sadly, they’ve only raise 279 euros in seven days.
Perhaps the market for vaginal yeast beer isn’t there. At least, not yet.
By Heather Dockray