PopSci asked the hard questions and got answers. But you're not going to like them.
Fractional freezing will concentrate any beer, provided you have a bit of patience and a very cold freezer.
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It's science—on ice.
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Meet the two chemical reactions that most influence the malt character and color of your brew.
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Avoid gross-smelling drinks by protecting your brew from light.
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No, it's not a superweapon.
The Polarstern plows through frigid waters to study climate change
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Want to make a homebrew by Election Day? It's possible!
Glug glug glug...
Saves time, money, and most importantly, beer
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The perils of working on a fragile ice shelf.