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[自然百科] 2014-11-13 啤酒是如何酿成的—13

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How Stuff Works - Beer Connoisseur 啤酒是如何酿成的
 

How Stuff Works looks at how beer is made. It talked to experts, brew masters, and beer connoisseurs about the creation process.

 

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The word of yeast comes from old English word means bubble,boil or full, fitting that is the essential ingredient in one of the world favoritefrothy drinks. The last big step in making beer is fermentation. The processthat many says was magic happens. The sugars from the bolt are metabolized intoalcohol a natural process that occurs completely on its own. Its active naturemystified the people since the beginning of the time.


The fermentation process is like something otherworld will be because it just happened by itself. You can't see the yeast and thingsare bubbling and churning and so for. This is being cooperated into religion. Sohow was on the world the process of fermentation triggered by yeast cells?Molecules of glucose or sugar enter the yeast cells through diffusion. Theyeast breaks down the sugar which turns supplies more energy to the yeastallowing it to continue to reproduce and convert remaining glucose molecules intocarbon dioxide and ethanol, the alcohol in beer
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The word yeast comes from the old English word, meaning,bubble,oil and foam. Fitting that is an essential engridient in one of the world favorite frossy drinks.The last big step in making beer is fermentation, a process that many see as where magic happens.Sugars from the malt are metalbolized into alchol, a natural process that occurs completely on its own.It's an active nature that's mistified the people since the beginning of the time. The fermentation process is like something of other world the way because it just hapens by itself. You can't see the yeast thanks to the bubbling,the churning and the so forth,this has been incorporated in religion.So how on the world is the process of fermentation trigured by yeast cells.Molecues of glucose,or sugar enters the yeast cells through difussion.The yeast breaks down the sugar,which in turn supplies more energy to the yeast,allowing it to continue to reproduce and can bust the remaining glucose molecues into carbodioxide and ethanol, the alchol in beer,
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[Homework]2014-11-13 啤酒是如何酿成的—13

The word yeast comes from the old English word, meaning bubble, boil or foam. Fitting that it's an essential ingredient in one of the world favourite frothy drinks. The last big step in making beer is fermentation, a process that many say is where the magic happens. Sugars from the malt are metabolized into alcohol, a nature process that occurs completely on its own. It's an act of nature that has mystified people since the beginning of time.
-The fermentation process is like something otherworldly, because it just happens by itself. You can't see the yeasts, and things are bubbling and churning and so forth. This wss incorporated into the religion.
So how in the world is the process of fermentation triggled by yeast cells?
Molecules of glucose, or sugar, enter the yeast cells through diffusion. The yeast breaks down the sugar, which in turns supplies more energy to the yeast, allowing it to continue to reproduce and convert the remaining glucose molecules into carbon dioxide and ethanol, the alcohol in beer.

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[Homework]2014-11-13 啤酒是如何酿成的—13

The word yeast comes from the old English word meaning bubble, boil or foam, fitting that it's an essential ingredient in one of the world's favorite frothy drinks. The last big step in making beer is fermentation, a process that many say is where the magic happens, sugars from the malt are metabolized into alcohol, a natural process that occurs completely on its own, it's an act of nature that has mystified people since the beginning of time.
The fermentation process is like something otherworldly because it just happens by itself, you can't see the yeasts, and things are bubbling and churning and so forth, this was incorporated into the religion.
So how in the world is the process of fermentation triggered by yeast cells? Molecules are glucose or sugar enter the yeast cells through deffusion, the yeast breaks down the sugar which in turn supplies more energy to the yeast, allowing it to continue to reproduce and convert the remaining glucose molecules into carbon dioxide and ethnol, the alcohol in beer.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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The word yeast comes from the old English word meaning bubble, boil or foam. Fitting that it is an essential ingredient in one of the world’s favorite frothy drinks.
The last big step in making beer is fermentation, a process that many say is where the magic happens. Sugars from the malt are metabolized into alcohol, a natural process that occurs completely on its own. It is an act of nature that has mystified people since the beginning of the time.
A fermentation process is like something otherworldly because it just happens by itself. You can’t see the yeast. Things are bubbling and churning and so forth. That was incorporated into the religion.
So how in the world is the process of fermentation triggered by yeast cells?
Molecules of/glucose or sugar enter the yeast itself through diffusion. The yeast breaks down the sugar, which in turn supplies more energy to the yeast, allowing it to continue to reproduce and convert the remaining glucose molecule into carbon dioxide and ethanol, the alcohol in beer.

[Homework]2014-11-13 啤酒是如何酿成的—13

The word yeast comes from the old English word meaningbubble, boil or foam. Fitting that it’s the central ingredients of one of theworld’s favorite, frothy drinks. The last big step in making beer isfermentation. A process that many says where the magic happens. Sugars from themob are [url=]metabolized[/url]into alcohol, a natural process that occurscompletely on its own. It’s an active nature that it mystified people since thebeginning of time.
-The fermentation process is like something out of theworld, it just happens by itself, you can’t see the yeast and things likebubbling or turning itself. This has been corporated into religion.
So how on the world is process of fermentation triggered byyeast cells? Molecules of glucose or sugar add to the yeast cells through thefusion. The yeast breaks down the sugar which in turns supplies more energy tothe yeast, allowing it to continue to reproduce, and can break the remaining glucosemolecules into carbon dioxide and anthenode, the alcohol in beer.
                                                   
This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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the word yeast comes from the old english world, meaning bubble, boil or foam, fitting
that it's an essential ingredient in one of the world favorite frothy drinks, the last
big step in making beer is fermentation, a process that many say is where the magic
happens, sugars from the malt are motablized into alcohol, a natural process that
occurs completely on its own. it's an active nature that has mystified people since the
beginning of time.

the fermentation process is like something other world will be, because it just happens
by itself, you can't see the yeast, things are bubbling and churning and so forth.
this was incorporated into religion.

so how in the world is this process of fermentation triggled by yeast cells?

molecules of glucose, or sugar, enter the yeast cells through diffusion, the yeast
breaks down the sugar, which in turn supplies more energy to yeast. allowing it to
continue to re-produce and convert the remaining glucose molecules into carbon-dioxide
and ethanol, the alcohol in beer.
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