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AB InBev Wants to Bring Beer to Mars

When NASA gets to Mars in the year 2030, will there be some refreshing brews waiting for them?

AB InBev Wants to Bring Beer to Mars

NASA has claimed that by the year 2030 they want to be able to bring people to Mars, well AB InBev has decided that wherever humankind goes so will beer.

They want to create a microgravity beer, so that NASA astronauts don’t have to be without for the duration of their trips.

The Problem?

Carbonation. Carbonation has major issues in environments without gravity, so now AB InBev has just under 15 years to figure out how to solve the carbonation-gravity conundrum.

Read more about it in Mary Ellen Shoup+‘s article from Beverage Daily

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