Would You Drink Google Beer?

Don't think for a second that Google's business is limited to internet services. Indeed, they have their hands in a variety of industries, most recently, they've been testing out the beer-making business. That's right, Google has paired with Dogfish Head beer to make their own Belgian Dubbel beer called Urkontinent.
The final brew included some impressive ingredients sourced around the world: Wattleseed from Australia, toasted amaranth from South America, green rooibos from Africa, myrica gale from Europe, and Hive Plex Honey from Google’s own California beehives. Taken all together, the beer is described by Dogfish as being hearty, with notes of coffee and chocolate covered cherries. Also, it packs more than double the average alcohol content of average beer.

To be fair, Google's not making any money from the venture, they just want to see how the process works and to use the beer's creation as a marketing tool. If you saw some Google beer, would you try it?

Link Via Geekosystem

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I wonder why they gave it a German name when in Germany this wouldn't be a beer at all. The purity law for beer forbids all the funny ingredients. Anyway - I would try it. Prost!
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