Can global climate change get you drunk?

The answer is yes, if you live in Greenland.

According to National Geographic, an Inuit-run microbrewery in Greenland – ground zero for global climate change – is harnessing the ice melt and turning it into beer.

Brewers in Greenland appear to be going with the flow by harnessing one of their homeland’s fastest growing – but least celebrated – natural resources: melted Arctic ice.

On July 31 a team of canny entrepreneurs unveiled Greenland Beer, an ale brewed with water melted from Greenland’s ice cap, at a public tasting in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The story is here.


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