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
Adopts a three interlinked phased-approach that aims to solve water challenges in high-stressed areas.
Through various initiatives with key partners, AB InBev has catalyzed more than 1 Billion Liters of cumulative water recharge capacities across five water-stressed locations in the country.
Testament to AB
Almost all beer drinkers know this: beer is made from three main ingredients - barley, hops and yeast. While we often get caught up with the specifics of the first three ingredients, we often forget the addition of another very important element - one that
Water is one of the most important raw materials used in beer brewing. Here’s a fun fact: most beers contain close to 92-97% of water.
Breweries usually procure their water supply from the Municipal Corporation water distribution system, post which, they then treat it using different