They brewed a limited edition beer called "Magnetic Moment" to herald the safe arrival of the 50-foot-wide, 45-ton electromagnet ring, which had to be transported from New York by barge and specialized truck--without even the slightest bending or twisting--over the course of five weeks. The electromagnet will be used in an experiment called Muon g-2, which will probe the quantum mysteries of subatomic particles called muons.
Where can non-Fermi nerds can get their lips on a fine bottle of muon-inspired brew? Symmetry magazine reports there are a few cases left over from the after party, so the best option here seems to be to cozy up to a Fermilab particle physicist. Can't be much harder than moving a 45-ton magnetic ring over 3,200 miles of land and sea.