JUN 27, 2014 10:01 AM PDT

Brewer Mixes Loves of Paleontology, Microbiology, Beer

WRITTEN BY: Robert Woodard


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.
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