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Unformatted text preview: FST 3 Winter 2009 Introduction to Beer and Brewing - with a mention of wine Charlie Bamforth cwbamforth@ucdavis.edu Scott Ungermann of Anheuser-Busch-Inbev will be speaking March 10 “It takes a lot of good beer to make good wine” • Beer is a source of calories – it is a food after all! • Beer is not empty calories • There is nothing magical about the calories in beer – like calories from any other food, too many will make you fat • The same health benefits claimed for wine apply to beer – and perhaps more besides Benefits of beer • • • • • • • Anti-atherosclerosis Anti-kidney stones Anti-gallstones Anti-osteoporosis Anti-diabetes Pro-cognitive function Cancer? B vitamins, silicon, ferulic acid To the future - Raw materials - Tradition versus innovation - Drinking habits - Share of throat Grape versus Grain Today’s reading assignment: pages 182-197 ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2009 for the course FST 3 taught by Professor Bamforth during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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