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bigedd t1_j8mduii wrote

more precise brewing and nozzle manufacturing? I can't see anything in the article relating to brewing it's all about the transfer of already brewed beer to the glass.

Am I missing something?


giuliomagnifico OP t1_j8me81h wrote

Correct, the research is on the beer pouring not brewing.


bigedd t1_j8megqg wrote

So why does it say 'more precise brewing'?


giuliomagnifico OP t1_j8memqb wrote

The researchsays that in order to have a more “consistent” beer foam, you need to look at the brewing process.


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JohnnyGFX t1_j8mp9dk wrote

I think this is an excellent time to give a big thank you to young Einstein for using his chisel to split the first beer atom and finally getting bubbles in beer.