There’s No Compulsion In Beer

KUALA LUMPUR: In the wake of the DBKL decision to cancel the annual Better Beer Festival, experts have reminded authorities there is no compulsion in beer.

“When it comes to embracing craft beer, there can be no forcing anyone to spend over RM20 ringgit on a Pilsner, Lager, Pale Ale, Brown Ale, Amber Ale, Stout, Porter, Wheat Beer, Altbier or Bock,” a beverage coercion analyst confirmed.

“Those whose religion forbids beer should never feel threatened by these private gatherings which are cheerfully yet tastefully celebrated by minorities in countries such as Dubai, Turkey, Bahrain, and Qatar.”

However, sources within DBKL have reminded Beer Fest ban critics that none of the above places are trying to court sensitive Islamic political parties during an election year.

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