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In 2017, 207.4 million barrels of beer were sold in the United States, according to the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau. That is a serious amount of suds, but there is a lot more chemistry that goes into each pint than you may think. Thousands of different molecules make up the beers that we enjoy, which comes from hundreds of years of science and experimenting.
Sound smart at the bar with these four quick facts about the chemistry of beer in honor of St. Patrick’s Day:
No matter what your beverage of choice is this St. Patrick’s Day, know that there is a lot of chemistry that goes into your favorite pint. If you choose to enjoy an adult beverage to celebrate the holiday, we encourage you do drink responsibly!
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