Ice cap beer

You know how a lot of beer commercials like to tout their "mountain spring water" or somesuch in their brewing process? They’ve really got nothing on these guys:

A brewery in Greenland is producing beer using water melted from the ice cap of the vast Arctic island.

The brewers claim that the water is at least 2,000 years old and free of minerals and pollutants.

That’s potentially some good marketing, right there. The article also notes that the brewery is the "first ever Inuit microbrewery," but I don’t know if they mean "first" in Greenland, or the world.

One Response to Ice cap beer

  1. kyle beebe says:

    I would like to know if you plan to release this beer to the United states?
    If so, I would like to be involved with
    the United States marketing and implementation of your product for consumption by the American people.

    When I heard about his beer on NPR I found my mouth watering. You see I am a 36 year old man, who has always sought after quality, I figure that beer made from 2000yr.old water has to be the absolute best we could ever know in this life. I feel as though I must be involved with this beer.I would like to help market this product or at the very least have the privilage of tasteing some of it. Please respond to this comment, If I have to fly to Greenland to taste "Icecap" I will then set the goal. I will need specific address and imfo. to get there, please send me all pertinent imformation to my email adress