Most beer drinkers don't have the time (or inclination) to muddle through the painstaking home-brewing process, but the WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery simplifies just about everything. The brewing system produces pro-grade beers in seven days, instead of four weeks.
Kegs are a rollin’.
When Shannon and Colin Westcott decided to start Equinox Brewing in Fort Collins, Colorado, they wanted it to be a local, green operation. And that meant no keg deliveries by car or truck. So to save themselves a lot of back-breaking keg-carrying, the Westcotts teamed up with custom bike designers Yendra Built [...]
Japan's Kirin is paying $2.56 billion to buy a majority stake in Schincariol, Brazil's second biggest beer brewer, in a bid to establish a foothold in the market.
Liberty University's first graduate, World Help founder Vernon Brewer, will be the main speaker at baccalaureate service, to be held on May 13 at Thomas Road Baptist Church. ...
UNK Chapter of Sigma Xi presents a Science Caf
At this afternoon's Phillies-Brewers game at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, 2008 Cy Young award winner Cliff Lee will take the mound for the home team.
Baron Perlman, Chief Editor of the “Teaching Tips” column in the Observer since 1994, has received the American Psychological Association’s Charles L. Brewer Distinguished Teaching of Psychology Award, recognizing a career of significant contributions to teaching psychology.
Monitoring oxygen levels in water has applications for oil spills, fish farming, brewing beer and more -- and a researcher is poised to help supply that need. The concept of oxygen sensors isn't new. The challenge, however, has been manufacturing one that can withstand fluctuations in temperature, salinity, carbon dioxide, phosphates and biological wastes.
(Michigan State University) Monitoring oxygen levels in water has applications for oil spills, fish farming, brewing beer and more -- and a professor at Michigan State University is poised to help supply that need. The concept of oxygen sensors isn't new.