Originally Posted by Subsailor
Sea Turtles go in Barleywine
Finally, an expert in marine mammals chimes in.
Sir, I am representing a brewerey that wishes at this time to remain anonymous. My client is currently working on a gluten free beer alternative in collaboration with the the Monterrey Aquarium, The California Dept. of Energy, and Henderson's Funeral Homes.
Our product is based mainly on sustainable and responsibly harvested seaweeds and algaes such as Kelp, caulerpa and cultured chaetomorpha (With very minimum genetic modification). We are still in trials with a number of terroir adjuncts.
Our conversion process is patently different than what you may be used to as a brewer. Leveraging Henderson's Funeral Home's expertise in automated pyrolysis technology, we have been able to share the burden of energy input cost between both of our operations. It's a win-win for everyone, and it's environmentally responsible too.
The fermentation process is quite unique in it's own right. It's carried out by marsh flies which have been infected by our proprietary strain of artificial yeast nano-bots. Our initial test batches look very promising.
We've noted a very similar flavor profile to popular american premium lagers, however; we feel the added saltiness makes our product unique in the marketplace.
In keeping with our core philosophy of "Every Day Different" the flavor of our beer will never be the same twice.
For centuries, brewers have blindly been following the age old traditions. They keep brewing the same predictable beer day in and day out. Imagine being able to repeat the enjoyment of the first time you tasted the best beer you ever had...again and again. Now you can.
Mr. Subsailor sir, We are a high growth potential organization and are currently seeking investors and talented professionals like yourself. If you are the kind of person that likes to get their feet dirty, and their hands wet, we'd like to invite you to discuss a very bright future.
PS: Any similarity in the content of this correspondence to the Monsanto Co., express or implied, is strictly coincidental. B]COMPANY NAME WITH HELD PENDING SIGNED NON DISCLOSURE WAIVER[/B]