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Sander Breevaart

The Science of Beer

by Sander Breevaart

The Science of Beer

Sander Breevaart

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The Science of Beer takes you on an informative journey through the history of beer, its base ingredients, and its diverse array of styles.

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The Science of Beer

by Sander Breevaart

The Science of Beer

Sander Breevaart

Overview

Beer is a globalized product with an incredibly long history containing thousands of different flavors and colors. It has remained remarkably similar since its inception, yet its varieties have never stopped expanding.

Beer is currently experiencing a heyday in many countries as craft beers and microbreweries increase in numbers. Although it's important to drink beer in moderation, thousands of years ago, it was actually safer than water.

In this online course, Sander Brevaart, Florence Scherer, and Nico van der Veen, students at Wageningen University in The Netherlands, take turns to offer up the research they've done on beer's past, present, and future.

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"My people must drink beer. His Majesty was brought up on beer, and so were his officers. Many battles have been fought and won by soldiers nourished on beer."

Frederick the Great, King of Prussia

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