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Stem Cell Beer

About our beer

Regenerator is a 4.2% session ale designed to engage new 'harder to reach' audiences with stem cell science.

The beer was developed by two of our PhD students Tim Lohoff (Reik Lab) and Daniel Bode (Kent Lab) in collaboration with local Cambridge brewery, Moonshine. It launched at Cambridge Beer Festival 2017, and is due to feature in a selection of regional pubs this Autumn. 

About stem cells

  1. Watch this short introduction to stem cells
  2. Listen to our new podcast series and get to know some of Cambridge Stem Cell Institute's lead researchers and their work.
  3. Hear patient stories, and the impact our research is having in understanding disease and developing new therapies.
  4. Come see us at one of our upcoming events.
  5. Explore our website.
  6. for more information about the work we do at the Institute.

Regenerator on tour

Help us showcase our 'Regenerator' Scientific Session Ale and we'll bring science and a few extra punters! We're looking to run pub quizzes, talks and events across the Cambridgeshire region.

  • Check out our lunchtime session at Cambridge Beer Festival
  • See our upcoming events in 'Regeneratour on tour' including pub quizzes, comedy and cafe scientifique
  •  if you're interested in developing/hosting an event for our series. 

Place an order?

Contact  from Moonshine Brewery.  

Funded by a Public Engagement Seed Fund grant from the Stem Cell Institute

Regenerator featured in Cambridge Independent


The Cambridge Stem Cell Institute is a world-leading centre for stem cell research.  

Our mission: to transform human health through a deep understanding of stem cell biology. 


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