Why you should avoid freezing your glasses, and of the ill effects of overpitching yeast in a starter.
Good foam is something that many brewers like on their brews for aesthetic and mouthfeel reasons. Foam looks appetizing on top of a pint of brew and also adds texture to the
When logic and proportion have fallen sloppy dead/And the White Knight is talking backwards/and the Red Queen’s “off with her head”/ Remember what the dormouse said/ “Feed your head/Feed your head.” —
The professor you are working for is correct to state that some brewers use anti-foams and it is also true that these compounds are silicon-based. Dimethylpolysiloxane, in the form of a
Beer foam can be a mystery. Usually, it just resides on top of our beers without us having made any special effort for it to appear. Other times, it can mysteriously disappear
A fluffy white head of foam is the perfect capper to a great beer. It enhances the appearance and flavor perception too. Make sure your beer looks as good as it tastes!