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Konica Minolta Sensing Americas "Beer Gone Bad: How Certain Bottle Colors Lead to Skunked Beer"

RAMSEY, N.J., Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Konica Minolta Sensing Americas featured blog article:  

Beer Gone Bad: How Certain Bottle Colors Lead to Skunked Beer

Beer drinkers beware; this may leave a sour taste in your mouth. According to research, certain bottle colors make beer vulnerable to turning bad, or becoming "skunked"as many people call it. Don't blame the bottle, though. Light is the main culprit behind this unpleasant effect.

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About Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.

Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. (KMSA), a wholly owned subsidiary of Konica Minolta, Inc., is recognized as the international leader of industrial color and light measurement. The company is responsible for product lines that continuously revolutionize how visual perception is measured by the world.

Konica Minolta Sensing's Ramsey, New Jersey corporate headquarters is fully equipped with a state of the art service center, technical support center, and a focused sales force dedicated to both the North American and South American regions. When it comes to color and light measurement the world looks to Konica Minolta.

Darlene Giordano
Marketing Manager
Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.
+1-201-818-3526
[email protected] 
http://sensing.konicaminolta.us

SOURCE Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.

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