Feel the cold buzz with iceberg beer
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Any brewer can attest to the fact that beer's finer qualities come out of the water. While some libations use deep mineral water and others fresh spring water, Quidi Vidi's crisp and light lager is made with 25,000-year-old water harvested straight from Newfoundland's icebergs. Passengers on Canadian train trips will want to try this uniquely fresh drink that is literally thousands of years old.
Ice cubes chipped off of bergs contain an abundance of minerals and are popular complements to cocktails because of their unique, fizzy qualities. Due to tens of thousands of years of compression between mountains and glaciers, icebergs retain gas produced by immense amounts of pressure. Many locals keep chunks of the ice in their freezer in lieu of trays or automatic icemakers.
The result of using this pure source is a golden, lightly hopped brew with a sparkling finish.