Culturing - 45 million year old - Yeast

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I just ventured into yeast culturing and find yeast to be pretty fascinating. Some breweries like Jolly Pumpkin have even cultured wild Michigan yeast for their brews. But Raul Cano, a Cal Poly biology professor took things to a whole new level by using 45 million year old yeast that he found in amber. This is like the jurassic park of beer. Read more here at the Tribune.

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