Tuesday, 27 May 2008

Beer that's Out of this World


It seems that Sapporo brewery of Japan is developing a beer using third generation barley grains grown at the International Space Station. It is designed for a future where humans will spend extended time in space says the brewery proudly.

Are you inspired by this or, like me, do you just think it a load of old bollocks?

The picture shows a cosmonaut staggering back to his craft after a trialling a few of the new beers!

5 comments:

Rednev said...

To boldly brew...

Tom Fryer said...

Is it available on gravity dispense?

(Sorry...)

Tandleman said...

Keep 'em coming lads!

YCC - Dubbel said...

Think I may have tried this a while back, but it was a little green, man...
:-/

Kieran Haslett-Moore said...

I judged an experimental from Sapporo at the NZIBA last the other week. It was brewed from corn, yellow pea starch and copious amounts of Nelson Sauvin Hops. it was a very interesting experimental beer, wouldnt want a pint tho.