A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

Today we’ll go on excursion to the new and modern brewing plant located in Mytishchi, the Moscow region. Alongside with many tasty things they produce a new Russian brand of beer ‘Mospivo’.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

The plant is absolutely new and by the moment of photographing even the reception hall wasn’t completely installed.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

It is the place where beer is brewed together with bread juice, cocktails and sparkling water of different kinds and filled into aluminum cans. Modern equipment makes the operations possible.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

Water, malt, hop and yeast are main components of the beer production process.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

Water is taken from local springs. There are 5 of them nearby and the number is optimal both for the plant which is never short of water and for the springs which are never unwatered and have enough time to restore their water reserves.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

The water is distilled and is totally freed from any substances with the help of a special mesh-work that filters only water molecules. After that the water is saturated with salts and minerals.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

Before using the malt is dried and fried.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

Hop is both of Russian and foreign origin.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

Now a few words about the production process. It all starts with malt mashing when water and malt are mixed in a special can with a certain temperature regimen. Resulted mash is filtered and turned into wort.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

Then hop is added to the mop and boiled for an hour. That’s how beer acquires its unique taste and aroma.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

Fermentation is the final process. It occurs in 10-14 degrees Celsius, is cooled after that and freed from yeast.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

It takes 3 weeks to produce beer. Most time is spent on fermentation.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

The equipment produces 2800 plastic bottles with beer an hour.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

The process is fully automatized. The major part of the employees doesn’t deal with the process of beer production.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

The excursion was followed by beer tasting. The new brand of beer had a nice taste and long aftertaste.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

The plant was launched on September 19, 2008. Its area is equal to 14 hectares. The giant produces over 230 000 hectoliters a month.

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

‘Moscow Brewing Plant’

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi

Location:  Mytishchi

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24 thoughts on “A Modern Brewing Plant In Mytishchi”

  1. Hello, I’m first. And i like to drink the beer, but i prefer vodka, cos’ beer tastes like peeeee!!!

  2. The last photo looks like cans.

    You know, if they’re going to “distill” the “spring water” anyway, there’s no sense in using spring water! Use regular tap water. It’s going to all be the same after distilling.

    That’s kinda silly. They want “pure” water, but on the label, they want to be able to say “spring water.”

    @Finnish Alcoholic, I wouldn’t know that it tastes like peeeeeeee, because I’m not in the habit of drinking pee. Why would you do that? Are you one of those sick san franciscans that do all kinds of weird stuff? Ewww….

  3. “It is the place where beer is brewed together with bread juice, cocktails and sparkling water of different kinds…”

    Bread juice? Cocktails?

    I know that Russia/English translations are difficult, but has anyone got a clue about this?

    All in all, it’s a gorgeous facility, and I hope they enjoy great success!

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