|Motto||Senses Never Forget|
Beerburgh, officially the Hamlet of Beerburgh, is located at the junction of the River Kraktor and the River Stinks and is considered the 6th most populated city of the known realms. It has a population of almost 3,000 with this number ballooning to over 8,000 during the Beer Festival months. Most of the buildings that dot the hamlet are either breweries or inns with microbreweries, making this town the highest per capita density of intoxicated people.
Heroes are more prone to wasting money on alcoholic drinks in this town than in any other, usually in the region of 50-99% of their Gold.
Beerburgh used to be an Elvish settlement known as Kheebler populated by peaceful Elves intent on baking superfluous amounts of baked goods. In the Great Elf-Dwarf War, the Dwarves doped the baked goods with Dwarven Ale, the most potent form of alcoholic beverage in existence. While the Elves were in a drunken stupor after eating the doped cookies, the Dwarves invaded and easily captured the hamlet.
Converting the bakeries into breweries, the Dwarves renamed the settlement Beerburgh in honor of their resounding victory over the intoxicated Elves. While the Dwarves were drunk celebrating their victory, however, the Humans stealthily invaded and quickly captured the town from under their noses. Since then, the town has become the bastion of beer and other alcoholic beverages in the known worlds with some of the strongest lager being available in copious amounts and exported on a monthly basis to other settlements throughout the realms.
The Hamlet of Beerburgh resides in a hilly, uneven landscape flanked by the River Kraktor, a commercial transit highway that delivers the precious lager to Tradeburg where it is sold, and the River Stinks, the longest river in the world that brings all sorts of refuse south to the Qu'tox Ocean. The western portion is somewhat more elevated than the eastern portion of the hamlet, a geographic feature that promotes stumbling and eventually falling down especially when intoxicated.
Beerburgh is best known for three distinctive varieties of beer: LOLager, ROFLager and FMLager. LOLager being the tamest while FMLager having the notoriety of putting even the stoutest warrior under the table. The tourist trade in Beerburgh is very strong with a particular surge of visitors during the beer months, particularly October and November. Most of these tourists often have to cut their vacations short, however, as their copious consumption of ale often leaves them penniless within days.