Only the finest ingredients go into the production of frothman brewing Beer process. We use four basic ingredients as a Beer raw materials in our secret Beer recipe : is known as :Malt yeast hops and water.
Brewing process of beer starts with combining milled malt and warm water. This mixture of milled malt and warm water is then held at temperature, which allows the enzymes in the malt to convert the starches in the grain into simple sugars.
This process all takes place within the “mash tun”
The next step in brewing process of beer is called Lautering. Lautering is a process in brewing beer in which the mash is separated into the clear liquid wort and the residual grain. During the lautering step, the mash is brought to a temperature of 77 °C (170 °F) which stop the enzymatic conversion of the starches to fermentable sugars.
The wort (a sugar solution called “wort”, is not yet beer ) is then drained from the bottom of the grain bed and fresh warm water is added to the top. This addition of water allows the sugars to be rinsed and separated from the grain in a process known as sparging (means trickling water through the grain to extract sugars).
Boiling your wort is an extremely important step in brewing process of beer, no matter what level of brewer you are . Once all sugars have been removed from the mash, the wort is brought to a boil. At that time, hops are added in order to give the beer additional flavor, aroma compounds and bitterness.
The next step in brewing process of beer is Fermentaion. In this process of fermenting “sugars” are converted by yeast to alcohol, carbon dioxide, and heat . Once the boil process is completed, the liquid is cooled and transfered into a fermentation tank where yeast is added. The wort is then conditioned at 32 F degrees at this stage for a minimum of three days. while the yeast produces alcohol and carbon dioxide. Certain styles of beer are held at this temperature for up to four weeks.
The next step in brewing process of beer is conditioning. Once all of the sugars have been converted to alcohol, the beer is dropped to a near freezing temperature to allow the beer to condition and lager.
This step allows the beer to mellow and clarify. Depending on the different type of beer being made, this conditioning process can take any time between 2 to 4 weeks.
From the brite beer tank the beer is sent to our bottling line or our kegging line , then the beer is then the beer is carbonated and packaged into kegs and bottles for consumption and Finally the beer ready for your enjoyment!
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