Beer should only be beer – Application summary compendium
Beer is the most popular alcoholic beverage in the world, and must contain at least three basic ingredients, water, a starch source brewer’s yeast, and a flavouring agent such as hops. With different options available beyond this and various brewing methods available there are endless varieties of beer on the market
This compendium, put together by Thermo Fisher Scientific, contains short summaries of application notes available for full analysis of the beer making process so you understand how to test the quality, consistency and purity of the final product.
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