Speaking of Jessica McBride, she's discovered a new beverage coming to the market, beer made from milk.
"We came up with the idea after hearing about surplus milk," said Chitoshi Nakahara, head of the Nakahara liquor shop on the northernmost island of Hokkaido.The Japanese brewer is sold out, but maybe Senator Kohl can add this to his milk stand at State Fair Park?
Milk consumption has been declining steadily in Japan, and Hokkaido disposed of nearly 900 tonnes of milk last March due to over-production, according to the Japan Dairy Association.
Nakahara's new brew, "Bilk" - a combination of "milk" and "beer" - is about 30 percent milk. It also contains hops, and the production process does not differ much from that of regular beer, he said.
His shop started selling Bilk, which apart from a slight milky scent looks and tastes like ordinary beer, on February 1 after spending about six months developing the product with a local brewer.
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