(Only in British Columbia… pity!)
Written by Debra Black for thestar.com
A 9,000 year old beer made of rice, honey and hawthorn may give a whole new meaning to cracking open a cold one.
The beer, called Chateau Jiahu, will come July be on sale in British Columbia and depending on sales perhaps sometimes soon in the rest of Canada.
Chateau Jiahu has its roots in a village in Hunan province in northern China. A molecular archeologist Patrick McGovern from the University of Pennsylvania found chemical traces of a 9,000 year old beer on some pottery in a dig in the Neolithic village of Jiahu. The beer was made of a blend of rice, honey and hawthorn berries.
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