Beer is often referred to as suds. The primary reason is the foam that occurs on the top of a beer. The proteins in the beer create a higher surface tension that captures the CO2 and makes the 'head' of the beer.
Asked in Food Spoilage, Grocery Shopping
What is the shelf life of liquor?
Forever, liquor does not expire. However; Beer can lose it's suds, but does not expire. When opened: any liquor, including beer, can be stored with a seal to ensure small critters do not enter for your displeasure. ...
Asked in Soaps and Detergents
Which soap works better - one with lots of suds or one with low suds?
Suds indicate that there is a surfactant in the soap, a chemical, that helps make the suds. Low suds soaps/detergents are better, as they will clean your hands, body, clothes, what have you, just as well as one with lots of suds, but with fewer chemicals and with less time spent rinsing off the suds. ...