A Brewery in Canada Makes Beer Using Water from 20,000-Year-Old Icebergs

Quidi Vidi Brewery in Newfoundland and Labrador harvests water directly from icebergs that are up to 20,000 years old and float down the area’s Iceberg Alley. According to NPR, “The ice formed tens of thousands of years ago from compacted snow which means there are no minerals and lots of tiny bubbles trapped inside. It gives the golden beer a special, very light taste.”