Visiting Nigeria: What You Need to Know About Nigerian Drinks

Interestingly there is no problem of under-age consumption of adult products. And children are not served alcohol in bars, of course

In Nigeria, there are no age restrictions for the purchase of alcoholic drinks. When a family has a visitor, a pre-teen boy is often sent out to buy the beer next door. Read more...
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You can find in Nigeria practically all the type of drinks you can buy including beers, sodas, scotch, brandies, champagnes, cocktails… The chapman, a non-alcoholic cocktail is a Nigerian specialty that thrills many visitors.

Another one is of course the palm wine, which is “tapped” from the raffia palm tree and is sold fresh in suburbs or as sterilized bottled beers in some pubs.

A popular traditional brew in the north is known as brukutu – a chocolate-coloured, faintly sour fermented drink made from sorghum. It is served in calabashes mostly in home brewery-bars.

But burukutu festivals abound. Nigerians do not believe in splitting bills at the pub. As a matter of fact they often mock people who do. Many foreigners would consider it wise to pool their money together in advance and designate someone to pay on behalf of the group.

Free food and alcoholic and non-alcoholic are usually served at parties, public and private functions. Provision is always made for uninvited guests and people accompanying invited guests.

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Another thing that may surprise American visitors is thetas there are generally no fixed bar closing hours. Many bars will remain open until the last client is served – sometimes as late as 5.00 a.m.

In Nigeria, there are no age restrictions for the purchase of alcoholic drinks. When a family has a visitor, a pre-teen boy is often sent out to buy the beer next door.

But interestingly there is no problem of under-age consumption of adult products. And children are not served alcohol in bars, of course.

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