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How to Combat Aquatic Invasive Species – Make Beer!
On tap is the Excelsior’s latest brew called the Milfoil Lakehouse Saison Ale. It has an “exotic, invasive flavor,” they say, from ingredients like Minnetonka honey and Minnesota wild rice, as well as a dash of Eurasian milfoil and zebra mussel shells.

That’s right – the aquatic invasive species can be intentionally consumed for your pleasure without accidentally taking in a mouthful of lake water.



 
 


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