extra-terrestrial ale has landed on Earth's surface after years spent orbiting the moon, eluding our taste-buds. But you'll have to go to Delaware to get it.An
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The company wrote the beer is only available until it runs out at its brewpub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, and those astronautical koozies won't be leaving with anyone — expensive materials that can withstand temperatures up to +250/-250F and protect your beer in space are not to be trusted in the hands of drunk folks. The company says patrons are required to hand over their licenses and sit at the bar while absorbing the wonders of space through their digestive systems, if they want to use the koozie.
Dogfish Head advertises the celestial ingredient as more than a gimmick, writing the moon dust actually contributes to the flavour of the beer.
"These certified moon jewels are made up primarily of minerals and salts, helping the yeast-induced fermentation process and lending this traditional German style a subtle but complex earthiness. (Or is it mooniness?)" the company wrote, adding the ale has notes of bitter herbs, caramel and toasted bread.
Can we get a calorie-count on that moon dust?
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