Brewing for Science #sciencecareers

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Becca Ransohoff

Science degrees can be found in the most intriguing careers. This week we talk with Becca Ransohoff, an analytical chemist for MadTree Brewing in Cincinnati, Ohio.  In June, MadTree released Entropic Theory (a hoppy, juicy IPA) with a special can launch party whereby a portion of the proceeds were donated to iSPACE, a local non-profit that promotes education of science,  engineering, technology and math for kids.  Also a product of science and research, MadTree invested over two years of planning and testing to develop Entropic Theory.  Becca joins us to talk about Entropic Theory and the science behind its creation, while describing her job as an analytical chemist at MadTree Brewing.

Dale and Brian enjoy Entropic Theory


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