Monday, June 09, 2008

Global Warming & Vinegar

FYI. The retreating glaciers are not going to mean an abundance of the purest form of vinegar or acetic acid, commonly called glacial acetic acid. Glacial acetic acid is simply water-free acetic acid and is named such for the ice-crystals that will form at 16.7C. Perhaps everyone already knew this, not surprisingly I did not have a clue.


Anonymous said...

But what does it mean for the cool, crisp, glacier-fresh taste of Kokanee "glacier beer"?