Brewing process


This step is at least as important as all the previous steps, a carefully brewed beer must of course be packed with the same care.

The most important thing is to get as little oxygen as possible into the packaging, which is why the bottles/cans/drums are first filled with CO2, this is called pre-tensioning. Too much oxygen causes oxidation, the taste of which resembles wet newspaper. Therefore: oxygen out, CO2 in. Then pour in the beer and close it quickly.

In addition, it is important to keep out UV light, which has a negative influence on the hops in the beer. That is why beer bottles are (usually) brown and cans are the best packaging material in that regard.

After this last step, the beer leaves the brewery, on its way to you to enjoy ! .