At a local pub in N'Djamena. While bottled beer is available, it is expensive and many locals drink a home-brew called "Argi". This a mash that is fermented in a few days in a buried barrel, and has a slightly sour, though not unpleasant taste. A half-calabash of Argi costs 25 CFA while a 750ml bottle of commercial beer costs 600 CFA or more. (image by Martin Mraz)
At a local pub in N'Djamena. While bottled beer is available, it is expensive and many locals drink a home-brew called "Argi". This a mash that is fermented in a few days in a buried barrel, and has a slightly sour, though not unpleasant taste. A half-calabash of Argi costs 25 CFA while a 750ml bottle of commercial beer costs 600 CFA or more.
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