Tag Archives: Shipwreck

• Scientists may recreate beer from 1840’s shipwreck

Scientists may recreate beer from 1840’s shipwreck

Finnish researchers say they may be able to recreate beer from the 1840s after finding living bacteria in beer from a shipwreck near Aland islands. The 2010 discovery of the ship, believed to have sunk in the 1840s, also included the world’s oldest champagne considered drinkable which has since been auctioned off. Researchers analysed two […]

• The Ultimate Craftbeer: Finns to Re-Brew Beer from 1800s Shipwreck

The Ultimate Craftbeer: Finns to Re-Brew Beer from 1800s Shipwreck

Finnish scientists said they hope to re-brew an old ale after studying ancient beer found in a 19th century shipwreck at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. The VTT Technical Research Center of Finland said it aims to determine the recipe used in the brewing of what is “one of the world’s oldest preserved beers.” […]

• 200 Year Old Beer Found Under the Sea. Still Yummy.

200 Year Old Beer Found Under the Sea. Still Yummy.

Divers who found what’s believed to be the world’s oldest drinkable champagne say they have also discovered two-centuries-old bottles of beer at a shipwreck in the Baltic Sea.

• Divers find 'oldest' champagne in Baltic shipwreck

Divers find 'oldest' champagne in Baltic shipwreck

A group of divers exploring a shipwreck in the Baltic Sea have found bottles thought to contain the oldest drinkable champagne in the world, probably dating back to the 18th century. $68,OOO will get you a bottle.