- Food Trivia: Drinking in Chad, Africa : For religious reasons, Muslims inhabitants of Chad do not drink alcohol. In the south of Chad, however, people enjoy beer brewed made from millet. This brewed beer is called Billi-Billi when it is made from red millet and Coshate when it is made from white millet. Spirits made from distilled millet alcohol are known as Arki. Gala Beer is also manufactured in Chad. Chad is a resource-poor, landlocked country, bordered by Sudan, the Central African Republic, Cameroon, Nigeria, Niger, and Libya. It is one of the poorest countries on the African continent.

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