This Naturally Blue Beer is Made with Icebergs and Seaweed

Flowers and icebergs are added to this Japanese brew to make a naturally blue beer
This Naturally Blue Beer is Made with Melted Icebergs, Seaweed

This Naturally Blue Beer is Made with Melted Icebergs, Seaweed

A Japanese beer that is made with melted icebergs from the Sea of Okhotsk, local flowers, and blue seaweed, is now available online for curious American beer drinkers on Firebox.

Abashiri Brewery’s Okhotsk Blue Draft is described as “the bluest beer in the whole world,” and containing Chinese yam which “provides a superior head that resembles floating ice.”

The beer has already been available in Japan for a few years, but this is the first time that Americans will be able to taste beer that contains Japanese icebergs, as far as we know.

If you’re just looking to dip a toe in these icy blue waters, you can purchase a single can for $8.09. If you’d like your friends to join you on your iceberg taste test, a four-pack is available for $21.09, and an eight-pack is available for $32.49.

If and when you do try this blue booze, let us know what you think.

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Karen Lo is an associate editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @appleplexy.  

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