4 Beer tasting and brewing terms you haven’t heard of yet - Pubinno

4 Beer tasting and brewing terms you haven’t heard of yet

October 4, 2017
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There is a huge terminology on beer, and knowing this terminology will lead to a better under understanding of its culture. However brewers and beer lovers don’t promote their terminology as much as winemakers do. In this post we want to show you beer can be both sophisticated and elegant.

Beer is a growing business, expected to reach $688.4 billion by 2020 (https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/beer-market). At Pubinno we are working to deliver perfect beer experience to everyone, with our smart tap Taptronics. Taptronics brings maximum visibility and efficiency to draft beer operations, with patented IoT-enabled automated beer tap at its core. It also gives you access to track data via multi-platform remote control. Taptronics™ smart flow algorithm uses sensor fusion of 10 parameters and patented robotics to guarantee the best drinking experience with precise portions.

Here are the 4 beer terms all beer experts need to know.


Lacking sense of balance, too full or overly thick. The opposite of standardized quality.

Well here goes the good news: optimum quality is not a dream anymore beer lovers. Unfortunately quality is hard to standardize. Pubinno ensures that Taptronics serves your beer at optimum quality every time thanks to its patented robotics and smart flow algorithm. We just don’t want you to have some flabby time while you go out.


Over carbonated with excessive dissolved carbon dioxide (CO2).

Beer line is a semi-industrial system often causing CO2 and temperature problems, which in turn affects beer carbonation. Taptronics makes sure that air doesn’t go into the line when keg is empty and warns about line problems even before they affect beer operations.

After a few beers you won’t be waking up to a big hangover because of drinking too much carbon dioxide.

Dear beer lover, you can start looking for bars&pubs out there that use Taptronics robotics.


A tasting term used to describe the feel of a beer in the mouth. Some common descriptors are creamy, smooth, silky, velvety, opulent, voluptuous, tingly and foamy.

When you go to a restaurant, you wouldn’t even bother to look at the pictures on the menu because you’d know that it will never going to look like that. Neither the food or the dessert. At Pubinno, we sorted out that part for you. You will never be dissapointed because of a beer you get, because it will always be as wonderful as it looks.

Are you ready for a remarkable drink experience with creamy soft foam? Taptronics follows the temperature, foam level and freshness of the beer instantly and serves the beer with a rich, smooth, durable creamy foam. Sales outlets and beer brands don’t need to rely on bartenders anymore, to achieve customers’ expectations on beer quality.

Reducing waste is just one of the things that Taptronics is capable of. Pubinno provides inventory and maintenance reports to its customers. System automatically notifies if the keg is running out. Also, online data tracking helps owners reduce annual average %8 untraced sales and increase their profit. Exhausted bartenders who work all day won’t have to stay longer than usual hours for measuring kegs. By the time last sale ends, we send the owner direct online data. Sleep more, drink more!


Unit of measure. 1 Pint = 4.5 Imperial Gallons.

Let’s drink the old school way even act like it, but don’t measure like that.


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