Now, enjoying Karl the Fog will mean more than just looking out your window on foggy mornings - you can drink it, too.
Alameda, California-based company Hangar 1 just came out with its latest vodka, containing Northern Californian fog in it.
A product of locality and sustainability, this limited-edition crisp beverage called Fog Point contains a portion of harvested water from the San Francisco fog and vodka from a local California wine.
“This revolutionary experiment yields an extraordinarily crisp, pure, and gluten free sipping vodka with elegant hints of pear, citrus, and honeysuckle” according to the vodka’s description.
At $125 each bottle, all profits from Fog Point will be donated to water conservation.
The locations that were used to place fog mesh-catchers in order to turn the fog into fresh water include Sutro Tower, Berkeley Hills, Outer Sunset and El Sobrante.
Sausalito, San Francisco and Oakland make up eight of the 12 locations in California where the limited-edition vodka can be found.
For more information, visit the Hangar 1 website.