http://www.today.com/food/beer-concentrate-lets-you-take-brews-outdoor-adventure-2D11741579there is hope!!!
http://www.youtube.com/embed/-lFy7SOW6cELooking at all the steps involved, including precise timing, I don't think I'd be able to make that third beer correctly!-- Rex
This problem was rectified about AD 500 with the advent of distilled spirits. Why drink bad beer when you can enjoy excellent whiskey? :)
if the carbonation bottle works I might take it JUST to make carbonated water (which I like far more than regular water).However, if the water bottle can hold hot beverages (boiling water) then it could double as a nalgene replacement. Which many people already carry.
Bring 12 barley seeds. Plant them in a meadow.Come back next year, harvest the barley. Add water (acquired locally), malt, yeast, and then hops.
Gin and vermouth keep very well in a Nalgene flask, especially when olives are added to the mix. Just sayin'... :-)
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