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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 ...
Physicist Rik Sargent talks to Josh and Andy from Redemption Brewing who are experts in perfecting their real ale. They discuss how the sugar and alcohol affect the density of the beer and how to ...
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?
Why does rubbing your finger on your nose, then putting it in your beer, tame a brew’s foam?
How can we categorise beer by the colour? It all depends on how they absorb a certain wavelength. Find out more in this lovely infographic
Scientists have found the gene in yeast responsible for foam in beer. By harnessing the protein the gene makes it was possible to make a foamier head which lasted longer.
Read about why a wet glass leaves you with no head on your beer.
The brain reacts to small amounts of beer by releasing pleasure chemical in the brain.
Video about the physics of Guinness, from the falling bubbles to why is the head on beers white.
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