Not quite! I came across an article that said that brewers in Japan had made a "Space Beer". As this combines 2 of my favorite things (beer and space) I was very interested. It turns out not to be that sexy of a thing for a number of reasons....
1. It is 100% Barley (which makes me assume it has no hops or anything else)
2. The beer was brewed on earth with the barley seeds that were in space for 5 months a couple of years ago. The seeds were planted on earth and harvested here. (See: article)
3. Further research led me to the understanding that beer in low gravity and especially no gravity, just doesn't work. Without gravity, the bubbles don't rise, so there is no head. Also, apparently the drinking of 'fuzzy' beverages leads to what is referred to as 'wet burps' ie: throwing up in your mouth a little with each burp. Yuck.
It is disappointing on another level as well, cause how the heck are humans going to colonize other planets and/or the moon without BEER? This is important stuff! We humans must tackle this if there is any hope of colonizing space. We are definitely going to need the ability to grow hops and barley - AND, we are going to need to be able to enjoy these beverages for relaxation and good times. Otherwise there is no hope - as I am convinced that we would not have made it this far without precious beer...! What would an Earthrise be without a nice cold glass of moonbrew to enjoy it with?
Further Reading: here