THE SUN: Scientists discover how to keep the head on your beer for the whole of your pint

Press/Media: Research

Release date: 21/12/2019

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Experts used a nuclear reactor to fire neutrons at fluids to assess their foaming qualities.

It had previously been possible only to predict such a reaction in samples that had a single ingredient.

But the latest method allows experts to tell which recipes will produce the most stable foams.

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TitleTHE SUN: CHEERS! Scientists can create ‘perfect head of beer foam’ that lasts to bottom of glass thanks to boozy breakthrough
Media name/outletThe Sun
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date2/01/20
DescriptionA longstanding puzzle over how to make the perfect head of beer may have been solved by British scientists.

Experts have concocted a method of mapping foam – and can now discover which ways of creating foam are the most stable.

It will allow for the development of loads of foam-tastic products.
Producer/AuthorSean Keach
URLhttps://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/10656208/beer-perfect-pour-pint-foam-head-best/
PersonsRichard Campbell
TitleScientists discover how to keep the head on your beer for the whole of your pint
Media name/outletThe Sun
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date21/12/19
DescriptionExperts used a nuclear reactor to fire neutrons at fluids to assess their foaming qualities.

It had previously been possible only to predict such a reaction in samples that had a single ingredient.

But the latest method allows experts to tell which recipes will produce the most stable foams.
Producer/AuthorShaun Wooller
URLhttps://www.thesun.co.uk/news/10599667/perfect-pint-head-scientists/
PersonsRichard Campbell

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