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Have you ever sat in a bar just staring, fascinated, at the bubbles in your beer wondering why some are going up and some are going down? Where do they come from? Well, tonight on Inquiry we will provide some answers to your Pilsner ponderings when we interview physicist, researcher and writer MARK DENNY about his new book FROTH! THE SCIENCE OF BEER. Not only will you learn about how the head of a beer is formed and decays, but you will also learn about the evolution of beer from moldy bread in Ancient Egypt to contemporary Macro-swill and Microbreweries. Sit back, open a frosty one and join us for a truly unique discussion about the most popular alcoholic beverage in the world.