Beer raised from a ship wreck in Arctic Ocean

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Hello divers, I hope this is OK to post this here.

You Might be interested in this, I brewed some IPA beer from glacial ice, bottled it, put it in a crate then dove down and left it in a shipwreck for 8 months at the bottom of the Arctic ocean... That was episode one... This is link is episode 8 check it out and see what happened

If you enjoy it ease lime and share if you would.

 

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And hey-- you've got a Buccinum (Northern Whelk) on that bottle. Possibly a Plectrum Buccinum (Got one of those once on a beach in Labrador).
 

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And hey-- you've got a Buccinum (Northern Whelk) on that bottle. Possibly a Plectrum Buccinum (Got one of those once on a beach in Labrador).

:rofl3: 🤓

I'd probably have a similar statement if they'd found a nudi crawling on a bottle.
 
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And hey-- you've got a Buccinum (Northern Whelk) on that bottle. Possibly a Plectrum Buccinum (Got one of those once on a beach in Labrador).
I didn't know the names of the species that were the garidans of the brew. Haha but thanks for the info. I wish we had had more fottage to show of the underwater world here. Its a mass with incredible creatures and plants. Some of the most magnificent sea enemonies I've every seen...
 

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cool video... but.. you should have taken the tools to open the box,,opened it underwater and taken 2 bottles, hammered it back shut and repeat every 6 months or so.
 
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cool video... but.. you should have taken the tools to open the box,,opened it underwater and taken 2 bottles, hammered it back shut and repeat every 6 months or so.
That's a very good idea..... Hmmmm.... We might have to do another brew at some point and test this method out. 🤔😁😁
 
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