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A site all about beer and the physics behind it from the brewing process, testing flavours with spectroscopy and how bubbles scatter light
A personal homepage of a mathematician in Ireland talking about physics of stout beer, including why bubbles affect the flavour, why bubbles sink and how bubbles start.
Mathematical models looking at the flow of bubbles of in your stout beer, like guinness.
Researchers are looking at how sound bounces of bubbles in beer. This can tell them how the fluid is moving around the bubbles and has consequences for studying volcanic eruptions or monitoring food ...
Mathematicians analyse beer bubbles to peer deeper into the structure of materials
Read about bubbles in your beer, how they form and beer's role in the rise of civilisation
A in-depth guide at what goes on in the brewing process to make your beer, from developing flavours to ensure the right amount of bubbles
BBC news story of why bubbles fall in stout beer
This page from Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks explains how widgets in beer cans work to create bubbles.
Video about the physics of Guinness, from the falling bubbles to why is the head on beers white.
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