Ingredients from Nature

Ingredients from Nature

Ingredients from Nature

In order to brew beer, you need to have a few essential ingredients at hand: water, barley malt, hop and yeast.
The difference between each style is down to the brewmaster’s creativity.

  • 13 thousand years ago beer has always been brewed with the grains at hand
  • It was created with each region’s available ingredients
Ingredients Map

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Hops

AMERICAN HOPS
Citrusy   |   Piney   |   Herbal
Resiny   |   Tropical Fruit

ENGLISH HOPS
Woodsy   |   Peppery   |   Earthy   |   Herbal

EUROPEAN HOPS
Floral   |   Minty   |   Grassy   |   Spicy

NEW ZEALAND & AUSTRALIAN HOPS
Passion fruit   |   Litchee   |   Mango

Hops

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Malts

PALE MALTS
Biscuity   |   Bread dough   |   Crackers

CRYSTAL MALTS
Caramel   |   Toffee   |   Bread crust

DARK MALTS
Nutty   |   Smoky   |   Coffee
Chocolate   |    Licorice   |   Roast

Malts
  • Water
    Water

    It needs to be pure in taste, contain the right minerals and be free of bacteria.
    With current technology, the brewmaster can fine tune water to the perfect quality.

  • Barley malt
    Barley Malt

    Provides the starches that will be converted to sugar and fermented to alcohol.
    Barley malt also contributes to the body, taste, color and foam.

  • Raw Grains
    Raw Grains

    Raw grains have been used since the origin of beer.
    They contribute to the mouthfeel, balance and after taste.

  • Corn
    Corn

    Makes the beer dry and refreshing.

  • Rice
    Rice

    Similar to corn, it leads to smooth, crisp and lighter color.

  • Wheat
    Wheat

    Reinforces the flavor and body of the beer, as well as contributes to a creamy foam.

  • Oats
    Oats

    Adds silkiness and chewiness.

  • Hops
    HOPS

    It’s the beer’s seasoning.
    It lends the qualities of bitterness
    and aroma to the beer.

  • Yeast
    YEAST

    This is the beer’s soul.
    It produces the beer’s alcohol and
    CO2, besides contributing to its
    aroma and flavor.

  • Creativity
    CREATIVITY

    The creativity of the brewmaster
    is essential to creating
    a variety of recipes.