A Scottish brewery claims to have produced the first authentic India pale ale (IPA) in almost 200 years by ageing the beer aboard a trawler in the North Sea.
BrewDog, a Scottish micro-brewery based in Fraserburgh, has used an original recipe to produce the ale, which was traditionally matured during the 100-day sea journey from Britain to India.
I don’t think this counts, though. They only did it for 7.5 weeks (7.5 x 7 = 54). Not exactly 100 days. But it’s certainly closer than anything else that has been done recently.
from The Times Online