Google, the global search engine, map service, and occasional spellchecker, now looks to add ‘brewer’ to their resume. Teaming with the always benevolent Dogfish Head Brewery, Google used its global reach to solicit ideas for ingredients. The result is something called URKontinent, a Belgian Dubbel beer.
Googling ingredients resulted in the brew containing an eclectic mix of flavors from around the world, including; Wattleseed from Australia, toasted amaranth from South America, green rooibos from Africa, and myrica gale from Europe.
The beer also manages to pack a very Dogfish Head-like 8.1 ABV, making it the perfect beer to get some culture, and stupid drunk.
URKontinent is available on tap at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
[link, via Geekosystem]
Chris Durso says
Only on tap, and only at their brew pub in Delaware. Almost worth a trip down.
Only on tap??? Rats!!!
Told my husband about this.
He said, “What are they calling it, Brewgle (Broogle)?”