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Tella (Oromo: farso, Tigrinya: suwa?) (Ge'ez ሰዋ "säwa") is a traditional beer from Ethiopia and Eritrea. It is brewed from various grains (typically teff and maize, although in some regions barley, millet, or sorghum may be used) and gesho, a local plant used in a similar manner to hops. Tella is often home-brewed.
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