[meteorite-list] Beer 'n' meteorites
From: John K. Gwilliam <jkg_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sun Aug 29 18:07:44 2004
I'd prefer something domestic. How about an amber ale made with
Holbrook? Better yet, if someone is really serious about brewing a batch
for the next Tucson Show, I might be willing to donate a small piece of
Beer Bottle Pass as an ingredient.
And make it cold...very cold.
At 09:50 AM 8/28/2004, j.divelbiss_at_att.net wrote:
>I can see it now, NWA869-lite commercials about the special ingredients
>that pass through many hands. Picture the rocks going from a the sands of
>the desert, to a nomad, to a Moroccan broker, to Dean, to 600 plus list
>members, to the world, and now to become the feature ingredient in your
>I'd like it ice cold...maybe from a large regmaglypt in a chilled, but
>"new", 80 kilo Campo.
>Probably would need a straw.
>-------------- Original message from "tracy latimer" : --------------
> > Does anyone out there brew their own beer? I suspect if someone were to
> > create a 'meteoritenbier', by adding a few flakes of meteorite to the
> > it would quickly become the brew of choice at Tucson. I'd opt for a
> > or howardite myself, or a few milligrams of Martian or Lunar if I were
> > feeling flush; I suspect an iron or H might have a 'rusty' flavor :-)
> > Rather than eating crumbs of Zagami, make them potable!
> > Something else to do with those unclasified NWAs...
> > Tracy Latimer
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