La Reina

La Reina is the sensational spectacle on the roles of power and transformation.
A mesmerizing collage of singular poetic moments where mythological beasts worship pagan deities and virginal Christian mystics meet Sumerian heroes. http://lareinatheatre.com/

In that country where wine had been known from the very earliest times, the fermented ‘national’ drink was nevertheless beer, with a cereal base and prepared -following refined techniques- in over thirty ways: ‘white’, ‘russet’, ‘light’, ‘dark’, ‘cloudy’, ‘sweetened with honey’, and ‘flavoured’with many aromatics, sometimes ‘diluted’ but often ‘strong’. Several people at a time would happily drink it,sucking it out of the jar through tubes which were provided at their lower end with a kind of grille to filter impurities.

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    Drinking beer with a straw, FTW.
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