Arsenic in beer?


As a homebrewer, I don’t think this affects me very much; I rarely use clarifying agents in beer these days. Instead, I choose to look at this information as a reminder that not everything needs to look ‘pretty’ in order to be good. We make these assertions and there is a reason for it; cloudiness in a liquid frequently IS a bad thing, but that doesn’t mean it always is. And if we can get better beer by accepting a bit of cloudiness? I’m good with that.

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