SCHOOL STUDENTS MAKE BEER FROM OATS



Several Schools in Zimbabwe, have banned oats after several students were caught using their cereals to brew their own beer.

Three schools in Bulawayo, who letters to parents, warned that oats and cereals made from sorghum would be confiscated if found with their wards.
According to school officials, the students mixed their oats with brown sugar and yeast, and left the mixture to ferment in the sun which created a potent alcoholic drink.

Another school, Tennyson High Schools notified parents that a particular brand of cereal, Morvite, will no longer be allowed in the school and parents shouldn't buy the brand due to the high rate of children easily converting their products to alcohol.



According to the school, the beer made from these cereals contain high levels of alcohol, which can be a threat to the health of underage drinkers.

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