10 Maybe It Is Time To Have Some Beer?

Maybe It Is Time To Have Some Beer?

Posted on December 12, 2011 by

‘Moscow Brewery Company’ is a brewery which shows its production process to everyone interested and one just has to sign up for a tour. That’s what we did! Check it out!

So, one of the main ingredients in beer production is malt. This is pilsner malt.

Caramel malt. They liquor it and then fry.

Roasted malt. They add it into dark beer.

They use granulated hops.

Brewing department. Here they brew beer.

Each tank is for a separate production stage.

Huge tanks.

What’s happening on the lower floor.

They use water from their own springs. This is a water filtering system.

In these reservoirs, there is filtered water ready to be used in production.

Filtering system.


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10 Responses to “Maybe It Is Time To Have Some Beer?”

  1. alcanal says:

    Ummmm beer.

  2. CZenda says:

    What is the thing on the last picture? Do they really sell beer in dill pickle jars in Russia? I thought it was an urban legend.

  3. George Johnson says:

    Aw come on….. you guys…..

    Who puts beer in GREEN bottles??

    (the idea is to protect it from light, because light degrades, decomposes the beer. green just doesn’t work as well)

  4. asdf says:

    Tried most of the sorts from there and they’re just awful. Hard to compete with beer from Bavara, Poland and Czech Republic. ;)

  5. Verto says:

    Who would like to drink “beer” in “vodka” paradise ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

  6. Tovarich_Volk says:

    Is the Zhiguli beer, or is it actually Kvass? –Also, Caramel malt doubles as a good cold breakfast cereal.

  7. tommy says:

    Why don’t you write about Putin’s 140% instead?

  8. Graham says:

    Sounded good until I read they make Coors light. Thats a terrible American beer that would keep any alcoholic; perfectly sober. Yuck…. The varieties (looked) decent until I read that.

    Still wouldn’t mind visiting though,
    although my favorite is a Polish beer called “Tatra”.

  9. Number says:

    Here where i life(The Netherlands)almost all brands use green bottles for export,and brown bottles for the own Dutch market.
    And yes u have right,the darker the bottle the better the protection from light.

  10. Thomas says:

    FAXE, a Danish beer, tastes great.

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