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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.
Researchers have found that tiny fibres can be used to start bubbles in stout beer.
Where do the bubbles in your beer come from and what's the best way to pour a beer?
Read how electronic noses are being used taste beer and help in the brewing process. Registration required
Who doesn't like bubbles? Learn how to make the best bubble mix and pick up some fun ideas for making all different sorts of bubbles.
Find out why some beers get better with age.
In this podcast the Naked Scientists investigate everything from the bubbles in your pint of guinness to where the flavour in beer comes from.
An article on storing and serving keg beer, including information on how beer pumps and sparklers work to pull the perfect pint.
A short article about serving beer in different glasses.
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