How condensation is warming your beer

With the weather pushing 80-degrees in places this weekend, I'm sure a lot of you are going to be enjoying a nice cold drink outside, but before you pop the top, you had better take some steps to keep the icy, cold goodness from warming up too soon.

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Researchers controlled the humidity inside the chamber by changing the water inside. The heavier the humidity the faster your beer warms because of condensation.
Photo by (University of Washington)
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