Viking Oceans: The Fundamentals of Wine

Viking Oceans: The Fundamentals of Wine

– Vineyards and wine making date back thousands of years, yet the fundamentals of wine, and how to best enjoy it, remain a bit confusing to many of us. We’re here with Susie Barrie, who’s a renowned Master of Wine, and is going to tell us a little bit about the basics of wine, starting Read more about Viking Oceans: The Fundamentals of Wine[…]

What Caused our Beer Infection ? (case solved)

What Caused our Beer Infection ? (case solved)

Okay guys before we start this video I just wanted to let you know that I released a fridge magnet with a greasy yet inspirational quote on it. It’s Don’t be the same be BUTTER. I’m gonna old French dad. Anyway, it’s only gonna be available for a month I’ll post a link in the Read more about What Caused our Beer Infection ? (case solved)[…]

Wine Masters S1 EP5 Preview: Alsace

Wine Masters S1 EP5 Preview: Alsace

I don’t think people buy our wines just because of the beautiful yellow label. I think there is something behind it. People know that. [French] I believe that Riesling is one of the greatest white wines in the world. Of course there is also Chardonnay, but personally, I’d value Riesling higher in terms of varietal Read more about Wine Masters S1 EP5 Preview: Alsace[…]

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The Rise of Beer

The Rise of Beer

In 2018, 1.94 billion hectoliters of beer were produced across the globe (and for the non-metric among us, that translates into 51.25 billion gallons of beer–or many (many!) bottles of beer on the wall). A few years earlier, an American trade group called the Brewers Association, basing their early work on the contributions of the Read more about The Rise of Beer[…]

How is Champagne Made?

How is Champagne Made?

All right, more bottles of Champagne are popped during the holiday season than at any other time of the year. French law states that grapes from the region of Champagne must be used for a bottle of sparkling wine to be called champagne. But from a chemical perspective, champagne obeys another law: Henry’s law. This Read more about How is Champagne Made?[…]

More than bread and beer: The National Collection of Yeast Cultures HD
The Beer Guy | Brewmaster

The Beer Guy | Brewmaster

Throughout university people knew me as the beer guy. You know, we would have beers after class. Inevitably I gravitated towards doing chemistry and that led me to do chemical engineering. I thought I was definitely gonna be one of these traditional engineering roles you would have, but I never really thought I’d end up Read more about The Beer Guy | Brewmaster[…]