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Brewer Combines Loves of Paleontology, Beeri
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June Soh
June 25, 2014 10:20 AM
There may not seem to be much of connection between paleontology and beer. But a brewery in the Washington suburbs would not agree. The brewers teamed up with a microbiologist and a paleontologist to create a beer with an unusual ingredient: yeast from a millions-year-old fossil. VOA’s June Soh reports they hope the beer will get drinkers talking about science.

Brewer Combines Loves of Paleontology, Beer

June Soh

Published June 25, 2014

There may not seem to be much of connection between paleontology and beer. But a brewery in the Washington suburbs would not agree. The brewers teamed up with a microbiologist and a paleontologist to create a beer with an unusual ingredient: yeast from a millions-year-old fossil. VOA’s June Soh reports they hope the beer will get drinkers talking about science.


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