Brewing is a process that produces alcoholic beverages through fermentation. This method is used in the production of beer, sake, and wine. Brewing has a long history, and archaeological evidence shows that this technique has been used in ancient Egypt. A variety of beer recipes is found in the Sumerian writings. The brewery is called brewery (English) or Brauerei (in German). Visit and follow the brewery classes we offer.

All the beers are made from malt. This malt, depending on the custom, is made from a grain of barley, wheat, or sometimes rye. Malt is made by letting the grain germinate, then dry it in the kiln. The germination process produces several enzymes, which will be used to convert the starch in grains to sugar. Malt is then crushed and mixed with hot water in a process called mashing. Mashing usually takes 1 to 2 hours, then the resulting liquid is mixed with hops and yeast. After being left for 1 to 3 weeks, the beer is then filtered and packed.

Beer is also one of the oldest drinks made for man, which is made around 5000 BC recorded in the history of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia. Beer Characteristics have changed drastically over thousands of years. The brewing industry is a huge global industry, and today it is mostly controlled by a conglomerate formed from a combination of smaller entrepreneurs.

Beer types include:

– Light Beer is Beer with 2-4% alcohol content. Made from basic ingredients of cereal and Barley flour.

– Ale is a beer with a higher alcohol content of the type of light. Uses more hops and darker colour. The basic ingredients are cereal and aromatic malt.

– Lager is a type of beer that is eaten longer.

– Stout is a beer with a high enough alcohol content, which is about 14% more. Its dark colour makes this Beer called the Black Beer. The base material is an aromatic malt with lots of hops and coloured with caramel (sugar is emptied).

Malt is a raw material that contains lots of starch, protein, vitamins and minerals. Another material is the hop or Humulus hupulus is a kind of shrub plants that have a distinctive aroma and flavour. The part of the plant used for brewing is part of the flower, the sap of the plant extract, which is dried. This material will increase the aroma and taste of the resulting liquid. The essential oils on hops used to influence the taste and aroma of beer are mircen, linalol, geraniol, humulene, and so forth. This plant contains many tannins (pyrogallic and catechols) which in the process of beer discovery will bind to proteins and must be removed because it affects the clarity of the beer.