The small town of Žalec in eastern Slovenia is planning to put itself on the map by building Europe’s first beer fountain.
The town, which sits amidst a valley of hop plantations, plans to spend €170,000 on a new fountain that will spout several different locally made beers. Visitors will pay €6 for three 30cl servings and a commemorative mug. Attempts by opposition councillors to have the plans abandoned as a poor use of council funds were voted down two-to-one, so the fountain looks set to go ahead.
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