BET Vodka Review / Sugar Beet Vodka!?

BET Vodka (pronounced BEET) is a vodka made from sugar beats. A sugar beat is a little brown root based piece of produce used to sweeten things up. Sugar beets have a high concentration of sucrose and it is grown commercially for sugar production and…apparently, for production of a vodka!

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Māris Samats says:

Sugar beets are white

labe225 says:

Kind of off topic, but my friend’s grandpa actually hopped trains from eastern Kentucky up to Montana when he was 14. He picked sugar beets for a few years, went to Korea to fight in the war, then moved back to his hometown. His stories are amazing!

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I don’t think I’ve ever had alcohol made with anything too weird (certainly not milk, but now I’m curious!)

LasstUnsSpielen says:

Looks like a hipster thing.

Dave G says:

Nice idea with the playlist linked at the end of the video. Got me to watch 2 more videos.

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