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On High-Altitude Beers

  • Guest :Mikkeller and Oskar Blues
  • Duration :13 min
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By Sarah Freeman, March 17, 2018

In today’s beer-soaked world, you're never far from your next pint. You can drink beer on remote island or at the top of a mountain. The latter, however, presents a unique problem for brewers: What happens to beer, and the experience of drinking beer, at high altitudes? Anyone who has stepped on an airplane knows some funny things happen to the flavor of food at 35,000 feet. Turns out, those funny things happen to beer too. But these brewers are doing something about it.

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