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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
Find out which beers are suited to what glasses.
Read how electronic noses are being used taste beer and help in the brewing process. Registration required
Mathematical models looking at the flow of bubbles of in your stout beer, like guinness.
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.
Find out why some beers get better with age.
Read about bubbles in your beer, how they form and beer's role in the rise of civilisation
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.
A great article explaining the reactions that go on to give beer its colour.
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