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Around 500 years ago, the Duke of Bavaria introduced a strict law to control what goes into making beer. This law was called “Reinheitsgebot” and it literally translates to the purity law. Here is everything you need to know about Reinheitsgebot. Germany is a country that

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Malt is the soul of beer. Without it, there wouldn't be fermentable sugars for yeast to metabolise and break it down to ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide. By definition, malt is a processed grain which is altered from its natural state to yield sugars for

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Milling malt the right way is crucial to the beer brewing process. The key objective of milling is to reduce the malt kernels into smaller particles in preparation for mashing and lautering. Prior to milling, malt has starchy endosperms hidden underneath its husk. All of

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Speciality malts are steeped and kilned uniquely to achieve desired color, flavour and other characteristics. They spend more time getting roasted in the kiln at higher temperatures to acquire the complex flavour profile to the resulting beer. Speciality malts have less fermentable sugars compared to

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Bijay Bahadur Factory Manager, YBL, Melli (Sikkim) Bijay Bahadur has more than 29 years of experience in Indian and multinational breweries, IMFL bottling plants, brewery green-field and brown-field projects and factory operations such as maintenance, production, environment health and safety, and project management. He is also the

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Barley, rice, maize, millet, sorghum, grits, sugar: Brewers have many raw materials to work with. Enzyme technology can help brewers unlock the great taste in these materials, brew to a high quality, and save on energy, water and other resources. “Beer sales in India are expected

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