On 1 March 2016 at 05:21, John Mark Vandenberg
no, no this is not some magic moment of
similar sharing of beer recipes has occurred as long as beer has existed.
Even properly licensed shared beer brew recipes have been around for a
*very* long time.
Even the US Whitehouse got in on the action
There are even companies that share their beer trademark
The original freely licensed drink would be
from 2001. This
resulted in a 2 page article in the new scientist (Feb. 2, 2002) that
was also freely licensed (although I've not seen a copy since 2002).
Free Beer, originally known as Vores øl - An open source beer (Danish
for: Our Beer), is the first brand of beer with an "open"/"free"
and recipe. The recipe and trademark elements are published under a
Creative Commons license.
Trademark number 1 was also beer related (Bass triangle).