2 April 20117 April 2011

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Nov 30, 2013 (3 years and 11 months ago)

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General instructions

to media
:

This is Vostok PTY LTD footage suppli
ed in an emargo
status
(as of
2 April 2011
)
provided

to
identified media

for
the purpose of advance editing. F
ull release status
is planned
on
7 April 2011
.


Please keep the flight
tester’s name confidential in order to maintain his privacy
. He did a great
job for us

and we wish to support him
. If you wish an interview with him, please contact Jason Held
or Brian Shiro directly (
jheld@sab
erastro.com

or
brian.shiro@astronauts4hire.org
)

and we will
be
happy to
forward the request. We greatly appreciate the media’s cooperation in this matter.

Video

1.

VostokFootageT2
(.mkv and .mp4)
:
General

release footage (~
50
sec) of the flight researcher
sampling the 4
-
Pines Vostok Space Beer and recording some biometrics (skin temp

and
breathalyser
) during the 0
-
g flight.


2.

QUTDropTower_OneDrop
: This was taken from an earlier test at the Queensland Unive
rsity
of Technology’s Drop Tower. The Drop Tower provides short bursts (~2.5sec) of
microgravity which we used to validate the final recipe used in the flight.

Still Shots

1.

Cheers!

2.

The Vostok

Experiment batch keg getting validated by a very eager airport security team.

3.

Preparing samples prior to
aircraft
loading.

4.

Skin temperature prior to a sample (at 1.8g)
.

5.

The beer cup worked well, except it needs a lid

our tester got a little splashed on th
is one.

6.

Drinking beer sample #2 (parabola 04), the tester found himself inverted during consuming.

7.

Taking a breathalyser reading between samples.

Product Related Still Shots (photo credit to Sydney Commercial Photography)

10 & DSC_6611. Shows the product.

11. The 4
-
Pines Brewmaster

DSC_6652


The 6
-
Pack has the following text:
“From the dawn of civilisation people have brewed beer
and wherever people went beer followed. In the middle ages beer helped monks survive long periods of
fasting. Sailors drank
beer (with a splash of lime) to stave off scurvy. During the age of exploration, distances
travelled necessitated brewers to get creative, making beer recipes to last the voyages that would bring this
great beverage to the world!

To continue this great tradition we have created a beer for another momentous voyage. A beer specifically
designed for the next frontier of space exploration. Space engineers from Saber Astronautics Australia have
teamed with 4 Pines in our own space rac
e; to take this 4 Pines Stout which tastes fantastic on Earth and Adapt
it for space to produce the world’s first space beer.

Enjoy! (No matter where on Earth or in space you are)”