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Beer Sci-Fi

Klingon Beer 100

An anonymous reader writes: "We may not have Saurian Brandy or Romulan Ale, but we'll soon have Klingon Beer. Tin Man Brewing Company in Evansville, Indiana has gotten the OK from CBS to create 'Klingon Warnog,' a Dunkelweizen with 'a modern aroma [of] predominantly mild banana and clove.' It will have an ABV of 5.5%. The Klingon beer will apparently join Vulcan Ale in the Federation of Beer. I wonder what their Prime Directive is."
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Klingon Beer

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  • Klingon Beer Haiku (Score:5, Informative)

    by Moblaster (521614) on Tuesday March 25, 2014 @05:55PM (#46578187)
    Five point five percent?
    This not Klingon beer, humans.
    This dilute breast milk.
  • Re:only 5.5%!?! (Score:5, Informative)

    by lister king of smeg (2481612) on Tuesday March 25, 2014 @07:00PM (#46578937)

    And you know Klingon alcohol tolerance..how?

    Why do you think toughness equates to alcohol tolerance? oh, right, you have a small mind.
    Considering Warnog has a flavor so complex it can't be replicated perfectly, AND Klingon have heightened sense compared to humans, it is likely to have less alcohol.

    accept in the ds9 episode where O'Brien, Worf, Sisko, and Odo, infiltrat a Klingon ceremony to catch a changing it is mentioned that O'Brian Sisko and Odo would of died of alcohol poisoning if not for an injection they were given to neutralize the alcohol. Also in TNG there is an episode where Worf replicates a Klingon beverage for some refugees they are rescuing after they complain about the federation alcohol being to weak, and it is shown to be much stronger. So the Klingons can metabolize higher amounts of alcohol and thus probably drink more consternated beverages.

  • Re:only 5.5%!?! (Score:2, Informative)

    by geekoid (135745) <(dadinportland) (at) (yahoo.com)> on Tuesday March 25, 2014 @07:49PM (#46579409) Homepage Journal

    ds9? I was talking about real Star Trek.


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