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Beer Production Threatened By Climate Change

According to New Zealand climatologist Jim Salinger, climate change may result in reduced malted barley, which would limit beer production. What do you think?
  • "Very clever, ‘Dr. Salinger,’ or should I say, Al Gore!"

    Heidi Marsico
    Systems Analyst
  • "Could this limit the ability of my neighbor to brew his own beer, discuss brewing his own beer, boast about his talent for brewing beer, and browbeat his neighbors into trying his beer? Because in that case this could be a good thing."

    Hans Weinburger
    Secretary
  • "Doesn't affect me. I was born a butterscotch-schnapps man, and I'll die a butterscotch-schnapps man."

    Tom Fellows
    File Clerk