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Making Beer – Understanding How The Professionals Do It

Making Beer

Making beer is a very specific process and requires great attention to detail. It should be noted that this article is strictly for enjoyment purpose and not a guide to home brewing. If you’re looking to make your own beer at home, it would be best to consult a professional and always ensure you’re following the laws in your geographical area regarding the production of alcohol.

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Making beer includes a Malting process which involves breaking down the grain in an effort to obtain the maximum amount of energy and flavour for the beer production. Malt is heated to varying temperatures to evolve the starches and sugars to produce different flavours and colours. The starches are converted to sugars through an evolutionary process involving germination and brewing. Malts, being much sweeter than sugars, require hops and barley or corn to survive and for this to occur the hops must be dried appropriate for this process.

Making Beer – Heating

As the beer is heated it is important that enough aroma and flavour is extracted to leave a pleasant and appealing ‘meaty’ taste. The air on the other hand is dried using a wine glass or through a process similar to engravement on the grain. This is done to ensure that all the sugars are drawn out of the grain resulting in maximum colour and flavour development. The lager or the beer is then filtered to remove the surface wax which has formed and then cut into small wedges for the purpose of adding the hops when making beer.

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When making beer, hops are added to the beer during the boiling process which helps control the yeast and ensures that the beer is efficient at converting the sugars from the malt into alcohol. hops are also a natural preservative so although they are expensive they are still required. Once the hops have been added the beer is boiled again until the temperature of the mixture reaches 70 degrees Celsius. Here carbon dioxide forms as a by-product and is thrown into the air. This helps retain the aroma of the beer and ensures that it beauty is not dissipated. The beer is then cooled in water to degrade the aroma of the product and prepares it for the beer tasting.

Fascination Making Beer

The whole process of brewing is almost like an art form. The science of making beer is complex and scientific and many people have studied it and indeed passed it down through generations. Indeed, it is a fascinating activity if one steps into the medieval times and sees these practical methods of beer making that have evolved into some of the most efficient and pleasant ways on earth.

Making Beer in Varieties

Beer is the product of an intimate endeavour between the brewer and his community and in beer making it is meant to be enjoyed by all those who partake and enjoy the brew. You will find there are lots of types of beers available in the marketplace today. From light lager to dark lager and from stouts, to sour brew, there are many, many more types of brews available.


Micro-brewery is the new up and coming hotness in the nation’s love affair with beer. Extreme beer drinking, made in the most primitive method, has been around for a very long time. In fact, there is evidence indicating that beer making may have been around for a long time on all continents except Antarctica. But starting in the year 1772, the concept of brewing beer at home went into overdrive.

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Beer Making – The Basics

The national character of a beer depends in a great degree on the manner with which its production is marked. To make the best beer possible it is necessary, first of all, to ensure that the ingredients are of the highest quality. This requires that the malt and other materials used in the production have been of the highest quality. The beer-maker should use the most excellent quality ingredients. The beer-maker should see that the brewing process is very unique and distinctive.

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