Lager could get array of novel flavours thanks to new strains of yeast

According to this recent article by NewScientist, researchers have recreated the hybridisation of two wild yeast species that led to the first lager yeasts, generating new varieties that could make beer with a range of new flavours.

It’s lager, but not as we know it. One of the world’s most popular beer varieties could soon be made with a range of novel flavours, thanks to new hybrid strains of yeasts used in brewing.

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