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The beer-battered beer was modelled, in a slightly tipsy sense, on the much loved deep-fried Mars bar. Desirous of putting their town on the map, the good burghers of Beerburgh were inspired by this feat of culinary battery to organize the first Great Beerburgh Public Batter-off.
After their bruises healed, they consulted the dictionary, slowly realized that perhaps the public had misunderstood the concept, and began to think more seriously about giving public workshops on the process of deep-frying.
Beer-battered beer is now made and served throughout Godville, but the original Beerburgh recipe (a jealously-guarded trade secret) is still considered the best. Despite the industry's vow of secrecy, certain makers have made bold to drop a hint or two
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