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Newsletter March 2020

Posted by Linda Meiere on

  During this worldwide COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis and in compliance with the suggestions of our Government and the World Health Organization (WHO), we have taken steps to ensure the safety of our staff members and their families first and foremost. Everybody is working from home as much as they can to limit unnecessary contact as well as travel to and from work. Having said that, we as a company are coping well and so far all communication and customer orders are being fulfilled as planned at 100%. We also plan to continue to do so in the near future. We...

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Craft your water before crafting your beer

Posted by Maris Egle on

Not only is water the most common ingredient in beer it is the most important one as well. It doesn’t matter if you have the best grain, hops and yeast in the entire world, if you have bad water you will make bad beer. Mineral content of beer is important both today and historically. Brewers have known for centuries that good water makes good beer and therefore would typically seek to locate their brewery close to a good water source. Terroir (French. A word for the flavour something gains when it's nurtured by a certain plot of land) is a...

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Brauen sie Ihr Wasser, bevor sie Ihr Bier brauen!

Posted by Maris Egle on

Wasser ist nicht nur der alltäglichste Inhaltsstoff im Bier, sonder auch der wichtigste. Sollten Sie auch das beste Getreide, Hopfen oder die beste Hefe auf der Welt haben, all dies nützt nichts wenn Sie schlechtes Wasser verwenden. Der Mineraliengehalt im Bier ist seit je her äußerst wichtig. Bierbrauer wissen schon seit Jahrhunderten, dass man gutes Wasser benötigt, um gutes Bier zu brauen. Deshalb haben Bierbrauer ihre Brauereien auch immer versucht an den besten Wasserquellen zu errichten. Terroir (aus dem Französischem für den Geschmack, den etwas durch die Nähe zu einen bestimmten Stück Land bekommt) ist ein Konzept des Standortes: was...

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