2 Birds with One Stone
Louis Pasteur didn’t discover pasteurization because he cared about milk, but rather was trying to make beer safer.
By Justin Beerber on Apr. 26, 2017
Despite being used in the brewing process for over a millennium, yeast was first discovered by Louis Pasteur, who invented the pasteurization process, in 1857. During his research on fermentation, he discovered that live yeast was responsible for converting sugar into alcohol.
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