There were a large variety of intoxicating drinks, nearly 50 types of them, available in ancient India. The use of alcohol was quite common, despite occasional dharmashatric objections in the case of Brahmins.
Ujjain the holy city is the adobe of Lord Kal Bhairav Nath, who is known as the guardian deity of the city. Located on the banks of the Shipra River, it is fondly known as one of the most active temples in the city, visited by hundreds of devotees daily.
You won't believe, the only offerings made to God here is alcohol, it can be whiskey, rum or wine. The liquor is directly poured into the almighty's mouth, and the same is offered to devotees as Prasad.
The stalls outside this temple offer only alcohol for sale, unlike other shops selling flowers, sweets as prasad outside the temple.
The devotees offer a bottle of wine or hard liquor like rum or whisky to the lord. The bottle of liquor is later, handed over to the priest along with other puja material. The priest opens the bottle and pours half of the contents into a shallow plate which is placed near the mouth of the idol.
The leftover in the bottle is given back as prasad to the pilgrims. Bizzare isn't it? Let us know were you aware of this or not.