Better Tasting Beer Thanks To Microscopy

Scientists at the Institute for Brewing and Beverage Technology at the Technical University of Munich are working on how to perfect the enjoyment of beer. By utilising ZEISS microscopes and the latest brewing technology, they are bringing innovative research to a discipline with a long-standing tradition.   Christoph Neugrodda picks…

Rough Draft of Beer Trends

The UK is currently moving away from the traditional pales and bitters of old and moving into a trend of producing highly sessionable hazy IPAs, lagers and sours as well as pushing the boundaries of brewing with high ABV DIPAs and barrel-aged imperials. A recount by Fabian Clark, NPD Brewing…

Are Asians Developing A Taste For Craft Beer?

Beer has been reinventing itself and small breweries are refreshing, reviving and reinventing craft beer as we know it. By Farah Nazurah Craft beer is a type of beer brewed in a traditional manner and usually produced in smaller quantities than conventional beer. And consumers who look for hedonistic pleasures…

Fruit-Infused Beer Appeals To Millennials

  Consumers are spoiled for choice when it comes to the selection of beer types available, such as lagers, stouts and porters, ales, seasonal specialties and now, a variety of fruit-flavoured beer. By Farah Nazurah

Capitalising On Malt For Beer Brewing

Malt is essential in beer brewing, but the flavour it provides is often forgotten as manufacturers use the hops or yeast to tailor flavour instead. How can they capitalise on malt better? By Dr Nigel Davies, manufacturing and sustainability director, Muntons, and Jonathan Lau, sales & marketing director, Muntons Ingredients…
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