"To Some in Turkey, a Kurdish Beer Has the Flavor of Aversion
By Karl Vick
Washington Post Foreign Service
Friday, December 23, 2005; Page A14
ISTANBUL -- Even before the bloody head of a sheep turned up on the brewery doorstep, the makers of Roj beer had reason to suspect their light, malty lager might not be to everyone's taste.
There was the hate mail, a virulent torrent of insults invoking mothers, sisters, dogs, blood and 'dreamers like you.'"
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