From Brewery to (Molotov) Cocktail!

The “Pravda” brewery has decided, temporarily, to divert its beer production lines to the creation of the most famous of cocktails. An historical irony, Molotov was the Russian plenipotentiary Foreign Minister to whom Stalin gave the job of negotiations with the Nazi regime at the time of the German-Soviet pact. A cocktail to “keep the flame alive” for the Ukrainian cause, with projection “guides” on armoured cars and troop transports.

https://www.leparisien.fr/video/video-cette-brasserie-ukrainienne-arrete-la-biere-pour-fabriquer-des-cocktails-molotov-28-02-2022-LKOJNPHKMVFONBVS3NGN2YYGFY.php

https://www.lexpress.fr/actualites/1/monde/de-la-biere-aux-cocktails-molotov-une-brasserie-ukrainienne-contre-l-invasion-russe_2168849.html

https://www.neonmag.fr/une-brasserie-ukrainienne-arrete-la-biere-au-profit-de-la-production-de-cocktails-molotov-558110.html

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