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How to Brew Glow-in-the-Dark Beer

Glow-in-the-dark beer? This is not just a creation made up for a sci-fi movie! It’s an actual thing. Homebrewers, get ready because you can brew it and drink it too plus it’s really easy to do.

How to Brew Glow-in-the-Dark Beer

(Original Article from Food & Wine)

It may look like leftover Halloween ooze, but it’s not. It’s glow-in-the-dark beer. Josiah Zayner, the mad science genius and founder/owner of The Odin, behind this incredible creation shared details of how it’s done with Food & Wine Magazine.

Surprisingly, it’s actually not that hard. Just get the all-inclusive kit for $160 and you are ready to brew. An FYI it works best with a yeastier beer. The glow seems to stay better.

We can’t wait to hear your “glowing” reviews.

 

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