Stein Brewing: An Extinct Beer Brewing Process (Now Revived)

Via HuffPo:

Hundreds of years ago, people made beer by throwing hot lava rocks into a brew kettle.

The transference of heat would raise the temperature past the boiling point, resulting in a different kind of beer than the kind we drink today.

This process -- formally known as Stein Brewing -- was phased out as beer-technology progressed, but Brooklyn's Sixpoint Craft Ales has brought the ancient method back, and the product can now be tasted at The Modern.

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