Beer Info FAQ

Is there a beer that is not carbonated?

Is there a beer that is not carbonated?

Interestingly, yes, that is literally still beer. Right now, there are many craft beer drinkers who enjoy beers that are absent of their carbonation. These are known as either non-carbonated beers or still beers.

Which beer has the least carbonation?

Stella Artois and Coors Light shared second place with 2.5 pints of gas per pint of beer while, also unsurprisingly, the ales and stouts scored much lower with Hobgoblin in fact being the least gaseous of the 31 brands tested – just 1.7 pints of CO2 per pint of beer.

Are all beers carbonated?

Natural carbonation occurs when the yeast converts sugars into CO2. In the fermentation vessel, the CO2 has nowhere to escape, so it goes into the beer and transforms into carbonic acid (liquid form of CO2). All of Pure Project's mixed fermentation beers are naturally carbonated in either bottles or kegs.

Is Guinness beer carbonated?

Guinness, a stout-style brew, is known for its creamy texture, dark color, and rich, caramel-tinged flavor. Most beers are carbonated with carbon dioxide, but Guinness uses a mix of CO2 and nitrogen. Nitrogen bubbles are smaller than CO2 bubbles, which produces a smoother “mouthfeel,” as beer nerds call it.