Danes find secret beer trove

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    Thought that it would interesting if @MyQul got his hands on those bottles and cultured a few up..
     
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    Looks like they might be having a go at just that

    "This isn't the first time a memento from Denmark's brewing past has come to light thanks to the foresight of earlier generations, as bottles dating back to 1883 were discovered in a basement of the Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen 11 years ago.

    Carlsberg managed to recreate the beer by using surviving yeast cells, and Dan Ersted Møller sees no reason why brewers can't do the same for the Viborg haul."
     
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