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The role of yeast has always been fascinating in brewing beer. Yeast is responsible for the fermentation process in beer. It’s a single-celled microorganism which eats up certain sugars such as maltose, glucose, fructose, sucrose, maltotriose and dextrin. As a result, these sugars are converted

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Every time you go to grab a pint you must have noticed your beer always doesn’t come in a pint glass. There are different types of glasses beer can be served in, and it’s all based on which style of beer you’re drinking. While the

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Beer is meant for everyone. After all, you don’t become the world’s third most consumed beverage for nothing. But for a long time, the American brewing industry has faced a major problem: its glaring lack of diversity. 88 percent of brewery owners in America are white,

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For ardent beer lovers looking to expand their horizons beyond local breweries, beer can be a serious hidden travel cost. In some corners of the world, beer is pleasantly easy on the pockets. In other places – not so much. For instance, if you’re from Brussels,

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There’s a new trend that has been bubbling in the beverage industry. It’s refreshing, delicious and far lower in calories than beer and wine. Meet the seltzer, an alcoholic carbonated water-based drink that has been taking the U.S. over by storm. Thanks to Gen Z’s new

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Indians may still be living in a world of wheat beers and IPAs. But visit any microbrewery anywhere in the country and one thing becomes clear: the stout is still very much an important staple in every craft beer menu. This bold, beautiful beer is

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Reading and understanding a beer label can be an overwhelming task. But it is essential to know the parameters which are printed on the label so that the next time you walk into the store, you know exactly what you’re buying. Beer labels convey a compelling

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Years ago, choosing a beer off the bar menu was easy. It was all a matter of taking your pick from a handful of well-known, commercial brands mass-producing the standard lager. That is until the craft beer revolution took over the world: teaching beer drinkers everywhere

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Oftentimes, water is the most overlooked ingredient in beer brewing. Since more than 95% of beer’s composition is water, it deserves the same attention as any other ingredients such as malt, hops and yeast. Natural water, typically, consists of high concentrated dissolved oxygen (up to 10-12

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In the low desert west of the river Nile near Al-Balyanā, more than 450 km south of Cairo, lies Abydos, the main cult centre of Osiris, the ancient Egyptian god of the dead. As such, it was Egypt’s most important burial centre and was largely

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