Wine Alcoholic Beverages
I bet the beer went well with the 5000 year old leftovers at the back of the fridge in the dorm shared kitchen area.
This is so damn idiotic. And this is Stanford. 😐
best experiment ever
I would be happy if america could reasonably duplicate a good german beer (and no samual adams doesn't cut it). Or american distributors get better at distributing fresh german beer and stop stocking old beer. Capitalism isn't working in the foreign beer market.
I'd definitely try it. I'm always open to a new brew.
We try given, and that those who drank beer for the first time tried. How could they evaluate?
Amazing lack of specifics, is it strong? weak? What kind of buzz does it give, how much hangover? Ugh.
The old ways are alive! Nice work Professor and what a great undergrad spokesperson.
So cool. Love this, would love to taste this. I wonder if you could say this is paleo LOL
damn hipster archaeologists
beer through a straw? ew lol
Great to see a university investigating this kind of stuff! Not sure it was the alcohols that were sour, probably lactobacillus bacteria on the grain lowered the pH.
The straws are actually pretty accurate too – it's how the Sumerians showed themselves drinking a similar beer on their stone tablets.
Was that barley ???Ok, totally didn't watch the vid before I commented
they would have filtered it dummies
Tip of the iceberg, yeast also provides flavor.
for sure: Beer in the past was not made in Laboratory Vessels, they probably used wooden barrels or something. Come on!
i doubt brewing was a terrible as that in ancient timesthey didnt filter after fermentation was done
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