Brewing hoppy beer without the hops – Phys.Org


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Brewing hoppy beer without the hops
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Why would brewers want to use yeast instead of hops to impart flavor and aroma? According to Charles Denby, one of two first authors of a paper appearing this week in the journal Nature Communications, growing hops uses lots of water, not to mention
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Scientists have brewed a hoppy-tasting beer—without the hops – Science Magazine


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Scientists have brewed a hoppy-tasting beer—without the hops
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Lots of craft beer enthusiasts have a thing for hops—flowers that, when added to the brewing process, yield a bitter taste and a distinctive floral aroma. But hop flowers are expensive, and producing them takes 100 billion liters of water a year in
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