Artificial system

“Taste of the future”, the first craft beer created by artificial intelligence, will be launched at NOLA Brewing

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — Locals will have the chance to try the first craft beer created by an artificial intelligence platform in June.

AI Blonde Ale will be launched at a launch party at Nola Brewery on June 20 to coincide with CVPR, the world’s premier computer vision event.

Derek Lintern, brewer at NOLA Brewing, said he was happy to have a hand in beer making.

“It’s cutting edge technology with traditional brewing methods, it’s quite unique and it’s a recipe I would never have made normally but I really like the taste, very refreshing and very easy drink, I’m really happy with it,” Linter said.

The beer was an experiment between the Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) and Barossa Valley Brewing (BVB), founded by D’Silva.

D’Silva said the idea started with a beer.

“Yeah, that’s how it started, it started with a beer, I’m sure a lot of business ideas started with a beer, it started with a beer and ended up creating a beer and a company that’s awesome,” D’ Silva said.

Technology is making it easier for brewers to make their products.

“About 10 million people review beer every day, there’s all these sites and they’re putting it out into the world basically to show people what they think about beer. You’re doing the exact same thing, 5 questions, you scan a QR code, answer 5 questions, you rate the beer and instead of going to a website maybe someone reads maybe not. the artificial intelligence takes that and goes straight to the producer, the AI ​​then takes all that data and manipulates a recipe and then gives it to the producer here, that’s what the markets think,” D’Silva said.

Derek Lintern said the new technology is not meant to replace brewers, but to make the process easier.

Technology helps create the recipe, but the beer is still brewed manually.

AI Beer will only be available in New Orleans for a limited time.

D’Silva said he was excited to bring something new to an amazing city. “I’m so excited I can’t think of a better place to throw a beer,” D’Silva said.

He added: “I really want people to come here and taste the future.”

Anyone interested in attending the launch of the new beer can visit NOLA Brewing from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Monday, June 20.

Deep Liquid is also giving 100 customers a free AI beer with their reservation with Nola Pedal Barge and Nola Bike Bar.

They are offering $100 discounted tickets for one of his private tours.

This includes all boat tours in Bayou Bienvenue as well as our pedal bike tour in the Bywater district.

For more information, call (504) 264-1056) for NolaPedalBarge and (504) 308-1041 for NolaBikeBar.