Beer drinkers weren’t the only fans of U.S. patent 135,245. Thirteen years later, a chemist borrowed the same idea for what popular non-alcoholic beverage?

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Beer drinkers weren’t the only fans of U.S. patent 135,245. Thirteen years later, a chemist borrowed the same idea for what popular non-alcoholic beverage?

Post by NewsOnline on Thu Dec 08, 2011 10:12 am

Beer drinkers weren’t the only fans of U.S. patent 135,245. Thirteen years later, a chemist borrowed the same idea for what popular non-alcoholic beverage?

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Post by NewsOnline on Thu Dec 08, 2011 10:12 am

How to find the answer: Go to Google Patents and search [patent 135,245] to find "Improvement in Brewing Beer and Ale Pasteurization,” by Louis Pasteur in 1873. Add 13 years to 1873 to get 1886. Search [pasteurization beverage 1886] to learn that in 1886, pasteurization was suggested by Franz von Soxhlet as a way to extend the shelf life of milk.


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