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Why does my beer foam up when I open it

 
NSF001

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11/26/2012 05:03 PM
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Why does my beer foam up when I open it
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Serious question, I just opened a bottle of Kronenbourg(French lager) and it all foamed up and spilled over my laptop

Anyway, the beer was from the fridge, had been sitting for about ten mins before I opened it, it's in date and tastes fine so WTF.Why did this happen?
I don't think so,
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Maguyver

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11/26/2012 05:08 PM

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Re: Why does my beer foam up when I open it
It's excited to see you!

Good head is not something at which to scoff!

cheers

ps: You should drink from a glass when consuming a good beer. :~)
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NSF001 (OP)

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11/26/2012 05:13 PM
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Re: Why does my beer foam up when I open it
It's excited to see you!

Good head is not something at which to scoff!

cheers

ps: You should drink from a glass when consuming a good beer. :~)
 Quoting: Maguyver


But it's from a bottle. you know when you shave up a beer and open it it foams out at high speed? this is exactly what happened here, and totally caught me of guard. the scrollpad and mouse buttons bore the brunt of the beer but it seems alright for now.
I've one Kronenbourg left, if this happens again me and France are going to be having a serious discussion.
I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
Anonymous Coward
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11/26/2012 05:15 PM
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Re: Why does my beer foam up when I open it
Skunked. your beer is skunked. Too many times being transported between tempatures.
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11/26/2012 05:35 PM
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Re: Why does my beer foam up when I open it
Skunked. your beer is skunked. Too many times being transported between tempatures.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21656968


Ahhhh. Give that man an eyebrow!!!

you're right, the last bottle from that case did the same. Never heard that term before but experienced it plenty of times. Any idea the science behind it for the grand prize?
I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
Anonymous Coward
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11/26/2012 05:40 PM
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Re: Why does my beer foam up when I open it
Beer is very tempature dependent. It's suposed to be kept cool. Poor distribution, allows for the beer to be raised above the tempature it should be. Repeated cooling and warming leads to a process of the beer becoming "skunked".

It has to do with yeast production over a series of warmings.

It effects beer in a very sad way. That beer wouldn't have tasted as good as a beer of the same type that had not undergone the process.
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11/26/2012 05:47 PM
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Re: Why does my beer foam up when I open it
I just searched out on Google. I do this to get more info. By punching in the word "Skunked" Google automaticly sudgested my next word to be "beer". That's how relivant the actual term is.

Here was just one of many many webpages about the process.

[link to beeradvocate.com]
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Re: Why does my beer foam up when I open it
Beer is very tempature dependent. It's suposed to be kept cool. Poor distribution, allows for the beer to be raised above the tempature it should be. Repeated cooling and warming leads to a process of the beer becoming "skunked".

It has to do with yeast production over a series of warmings.

It effects beer in a very sad way. That beer wouldn't have tasted as good as a beer of the same type that had not undergone the process.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21656968


Man knows his beer!

5*'s to the OP and a case of Lager to the AC!
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Re: Why does my beer foam up when I open it
Beer is very tempature dependent. It's suposed to be kept cool. Poor distribution, allows for the beer to be raised above the tempature it should be. Repeated cooling and warming leads to a process of the beer becoming "skunked".

It has to do with yeast production over a series of warmings.

It effects beer in a very sad way. That beer wouldn't have tasted as good as a beer of the same type that had not undergone the process.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21656968


It wasn't bad, but I'm far from fussy and have been known on occasion to drink Frosty Jacks(white cider you could clean a drain with). Ahh well, get this last one down and then I've got a couple of nice ale's chillin in the fridge, hopefully they've fared better in transit.
I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,

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