8 At the Plant Making Beer And Soft Drinks

At the Plant Making Beer And Soft Drinks

Posted on October 24, 2012 by team

It’s not the first time we are coming to the Moscow brewing plant “Ochakovo”. But the place is worth visiting again. We are going to show you how they make beer at the plant, show you all these pipes and tanks with the golden liquid.

The “Ochakovo” plant appeared in 1978.


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8 Responses to “At the Plant Making Beer And Soft Drinks”

  1. Osip says:

    Military equipments on display at beer factory? Only in Russia.

  2. YJ says:

    The yellow liquid gold. YUMMY

  3. Tiger says:

    Funny, again most of the machinery comes from Germany, like the bottling line that comes from KHS. The brewery systems can be from GEA, also Germany. Sadly there are Russian firms building such equipment too, but they suffer from underinvestment. So Russian firms have to buy the overpriced and overtaxed German systems. This needs to be adressed. Nedless to say, this is not a pure Russian phenomenon, the same situation is in the US, UK, France and Asia (except China).

  4. Jocasta says:

    How to make American beer:
    1) Take an empty bottle.
    2.) Piss in the bottle.
    3. ) fix lid.

    • Tiger says:

      No. That is US organic beer :) – the real one is that you build a chemical plant that emulates the processes in the human bladder, add some genetic modified bacteria to the chemical reactor and out comes a genetic modified piss that causes health damage. Then you get listed on the stock exchange, accumulate debt to pay the management bonuses and then ask for a bail out by the government. That is real American beer :)

    • Brewmeister says:

      To amend your comment, this is true for mass-production American beer. American micro brews are very good (and numerous). To the point that leaving the US makes me want to bring some micros with me. It’s too bad that Bud, Miller, and Coors are all most people know about American beer.

      • Tiger says:

        That is the same everywhere, even in Europe and Germany which is the home of the beer. The small and middle sized food and beverage firms get acquired by giants such as Carlsberg, Inbev, Kraftfoods, Nestle, AnheuserBusch and the likes and then the quality suffers in order to enhance profit. It is always the same: a private owner can perfectly live with 3-5% profit, but a corporate needs at least 10-20% in order to pay dividends to the shareholders.
        If you want to have good and authentic German beer you have to go to an organic shop or to drive to some bavarian village, although Munich still has some good breweries.

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