A speculative beer simulation that reflects through color the convolution tactics of the corporate beer industry. Different shades of food coloring represent local characteristics and soda water stands in for beers owned by either corporate breweries, craft breweries or craft breweries owned by corporate entities. The food coloring added to the cups changes the transparent and unclouded hue to blue or purple, making it difficult for participants to determine what aspects of “local” are present within their beer. A participant begins Udefine by choosing from six bottles that have their brand labels concealed. These brands consist of two corporate beer brands, two craft beer brands, and two craft beer brands that are partially or fully owned by corporate brewers. By blindly choosing a beer, the participant pours it into the clear cup, tastes it and determines what aspects of locality they believe should be added. The local drops reference the nine views of local determined by Dr. Stephen M. Schnell’s research on Neolocalism. The participant can choose to add drops such as Non-Global or Transparent to the soda water in an effort to make the beer reflect their values of local.