hist-brewing: Emergency Beer Question -- OT

Eylat & Mark Poliner allotta at earthlink.net
Fri Jan 26 21:35:07 PST 2001

Depends on the alcohol content.  Generally about 20 degrees F.
The water crystals will freeze first at 32 degrees F.  (Remove them for 
a traditional ice beer).
Generally the freeze will not be detremental to the beer.  I drove cross 
country in January with beer, mead and wine.  The temperatures were well 
below freezing.  Upon getting to sunny LA, all was fine.


PBLoomis at aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 1/23/01 5:34:56 PM Central Standard Time, a friend who is 
> about to fly on an airborne scientific mission writes:
>>  Help!  What is the freezing point of beer?
>> We have managed to accumulate more beer than we can consume before we leave 
>> Patuxent River on Thursday. We would like to take the leftovers with us. 
> Our 
>> next stop is Anchorage. The overnight temperature there is predicted to be 
>> about 19 degrees(F). Can we leave the beer on the plane or should we drag 
> it 
>> with us to the BOQ to guard and protect it from prowling bears?
>     Can any of you guys in the frozen North help me to help him?
>     Scotti on the Gulf Coast
>     "And the white wolf Winter, so cold and froar, 
>     Can prowl the north by a frozen door,
>     But here we have fed him on bacon fat,
>     And he sleeps by the fire like a lazy cat."
>         -- Stephen Vincent Benet, "John Brown's Body"
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