This is good news for beer lovers as beer may now come in many flavors, thanks to a new method developed by researchers ...

This is good news for beer lovers as beer may now come in many flavors, thanks to a new method developed by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. This new method creates interspecies yeast hybrids in the laboratory for beer makers to develop new flavors for the most loved alcoholic beverage in the world.

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