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Made with lash-lengthening rice bran wax, thickening vitamin B, and olive esters to condition and protect, lashes are left looking and feeling in prime shape.
Hops are not a feature of this style, but these beers often do showcase esters.
Just the right amount of German Herkules and Czech Saaz hops balance out the fruity esters from the Belgian yeast, and the oats give it a lovely smoothness.
But slower, more elaborate chemical reactions also happen among the esters and acids in unaged liquor.
This was solidly an American wheat beer, so there was no presence of the bubblegum-banana-clove esters typically found in German wheat ales.
This bonds the methanol to the oils to produce energetic molecules called esters.
Acids in the wood help turn volatile molecules created during fermentation into flavorful esters.
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Origin and Etymology of ester
First Known Use: circa 1852See Words from the same year
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