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Find out how fats can destroy the head on your beer.
A great guide on how home brewers use a hydrometer to measure the strength of their beer
In this podcast the Naked Scientists investigate everything from the bubbles in your pint of guinness to where the flavour in beer comes from.
How about a beer that can cool itself, or a bag of lettuce that tells you when it's gone off? This comprehensive article covers all the latest developments in intelligent packaging.
A guided tour of a brewery with scientist Charlie Bamforth, professor of brewing science at UC Davis
Physicist Rik Sargent chats to Andy from Redemption Brewing about how the isinglass is used to clarify you beer towards the end of the brewing process.
BBC news story of why bubbles fall in stout beer
A great visual walkthrough of how spectroscopy is used to find out what the atmospheres of other planets are made of. This spectroscopy is the same process that's used to test the quality of beer.
Scientists can use lasers to find explosives in containers from a distance. They rely on using spectroscopy from the light scattered back. This is similar to the process they use to test the quality ...
Physicist Rik Sargent chats to Andy from Redemption Brewing about why temperature is important in brewing a good beer. They also discuss hops and how they work efficiently by incorporating physics ...
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