Is brewing probably the best beer in the world an art or science? We believe it’s a bit of both.
As we proved in 1909 when, in our pursuit of making better beer, we happened to invent the ph scale – now a global scientific standard.
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Climate change and increased population growth are challenging sustainable food production.
Carlsberg Research Laboratory will together with several partners develop climate-tolerant plants with higher yields and better nutritional value.
Scientists from Carlsberg Research Laboratory have successfully finalized the genome sequence of barley.
This means that, for the first time, scientists have access to all genes in the barley genome and can further locate all of them precisely in the genome.
In 1883, when we discovered how to purify yeast for better beer, our founder shared this knowledge freely with other brewers.
That's why every good beer in the world probably has a bit of our know-how in it.
At our research lab in Copenhagen, running an intensive hop breeding programme in the quest of new aromas.
Imagine if you could taste the world's first quality beer with the original ingredients, exactly as it was brewed in the late 18th hundreds.
Now, a group of scientists from Carlsberg Laboratory in Copenhagen have made that possible.
Our scientists at Carlsberg Research Lab have invented a new, ultra-fast breeding technology to develop the crops of the future.
A ground-breaking step towards meeting the food requirements for our expanding global population, in the face of changing climatic conditions.
By creating a cleverly designed cap that removes oxygen from the bottle, we make sure our beer tastes fresher for longer.
A revolutionary new way to deliver draught beer that keeps it pure and fresh, from brewery to glass.
Greener Green is the ink on our Carlsberg pilsner bottle labels as well as some of our carton boxes, which is modified to meet Cradle to Cradle Silver Certified™ standards for better recyclability.