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VIDEO: Beer Foam | Serving Up Science

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Serving Up Science Host Sheril Kirshenbaum

Find out the science behind beer foam with host Sheril Kirshenbaum. 

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Ever wondered how beer foam foams? Often referred to as the “head” or “collar,” beer foam is a collection of frothy bubbles carbonating the top layer of freshly poured beer. The bubbles are carbon dioxide gas, which is created as a byproduct of fermentation - the process by which we get alcohol. So grab a cold- as we join a local brewer in exploring the science of beer foam!

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In cooperation with Food@MSU
Published 3/3/2020

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