- you may hold tonight's key solution, in a Quadratic Equation maybe.
- knowing Aluminum is a conductor of Electricity / and glass isn't (an insulator)
SMRT'er cookie, than the average Boo-Boo Bear !!
Where is modm
- he suppose to be our Electrical Engineer...Docs
farm machinery over-designed nemesis
Who wants to play tonight - Larry has an Intelligent QUIZ...
Question - why does bottled beer, taste better than can beer ?
Hmmm - I am sure there is a joke in there somewhere
But I prefer bottled beer over canned beer - but both should be poured into a nice glass. And I think it is more style than anything. I have had some great beers in cans.
As far as Aluminum as a conductor - the inner portions of the can are typically lined with I believe a polymer/plastic perhaps with BPA. So unless there is a flaw in coverage should not contact the aluminum.
In the end I prefer draft beer over both can and bottle - but draft comes from a big can - Keg!
Think those are lined or were at one time. And of course like everything there are issues with kegs/lines as well. Also probably a style thing vs. actual fact.
I have home-brewed on occasion and the biggest enemies of tasty beer are:
1. Sanitation - cleaning prior to brewing
2. Cooling down the wort quickly to pitching temp - yeast
3. Reducing amount of time oxygen can impact the beer - so secondary ferment or not to secondary ferment
4. Light - thus darker bottles are better than clear bottles which makes cans better for this issue
Use stainless for the pots etc...
So long winded stuff that probably didn't answer the question
Best I got for my mind being muddled by cold/allergies/medication