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This Beer Can Process Your Kodak Super8 Film

Kodak has teamed up with craft beer creator from Delaware, USA to create a beer that can be used for processing film.

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Super Eight Beer

Photographers who also like a good beer, rejoice! Kodak and Dogfish Head, a craft brewer from Delaware, USA, have collaborated to create a brew which can also be used to process your Super8 motion film. 

The beer in question is called Super Eight because of its 8 main ingredients but also because it can be used to process Super8 film. How did such a strange collaboration come about, you ask? 

The idea was bought to life after the founder of Dogfish Head, Sam Calagione, appeared on a Kodak podcast. 

Sam Calagione, Dogfish Head's founder discovered on a Kodak podcast that beers possessing high acidity levels and vitamin C can be used to process film. There was a new beer in the works that fitted the profile, and so Super Eight was born. 

Take a look at the video below to see a beer-processed film! 

Via Photo District News


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JackAllTog Plus
13 6.4k 58 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2019 3:42PM
A whole new meaning to saying the shot is in the can.

I guess the more you drink it the better your photographs appear to the drinkers.

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