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How To Make Beer [Infographic] from Popular Science in 1933

Discussion in 'Beer News' started by Todd, Dec 31, 2012.

  1. Todd

    Todd Founder (1,685) Colorado Aug 23, 1996 Staff Member Verified

    Ever wonder how beer was made in 1933? Not much has changed. Checkout this inforgraphic from the Popular Science archives:
    More: http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2012-12/how-make-beer-infographic


    Larger image:

    "Beer Making Is Marvel of Industrial Chemistry" [Archives, June 1933]

    [Thanks to Taylor (our Creative Director) for finding and tweeting this out today.]
  2. Retsinis

    Retsinis Advocate (600) California Sep 25, 2009 Verified

    In my best Leonard Nimoy/Spock...Fascinating. :)
  3. CASK1

    CASK1 Savant (465) Florida Jan 7, 2010 Verified

    Speaking of 1930's brewing instruction, I love this video:

  4. UCLABrewN84

    UCLABrewN84 Poobah (1,440) California Mar 18, 2010 Verified

  5. quirkzoo

    quirkzoo Initiate (0) Colorado Jul 7, 2011

    4. Liquid product now known as "lager"

    paging JessKidden, paging JessKidden, please pick up the white courtesy phone and explain what this means.

    I am pretty sure that nowadays we would still call this "wort", just wondering if there is some context as to why it would be called "lager"
    Providence and dfillius like this.
  6. dennis3951

    dennis3951 Advocate (625) New Jersey Mar 6, 2008 Verified

    thank you
    CASK1 likes this.
  7. SusieBrew

    SusieBrew Initiate (20) Virginia Jan 15, 2013

    Love the candle test for CO2. Great video. Thanks for sharing.