Getting Drunk on Nature’s Bounty

A British pub has adopted a novel method of commerce: Customers, in lieu of cash, can trade fresh produce and game in return for a pint or three. British news source Metro reports:

Cloe Wasey, manager of The Pigs in Edgefield, near Holt, Norfolk, said customers had been offering apples and marrows, mackerel and pheasants. ‘If someone thinks it should be on our menu—and can produce it—we will do a deal,’ she said.

It’s not clear if there’s a -vore-suffixed word to describe trading a bundle of rhubarb stalks to the pub in return for a draft Guinness, but there probably should be.

Brewavore, maybe?

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