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1.Malting: In this phase the malt is ground to extract its
contents. Special mills are used in malting because it is important
that the shell be as whole as possible to avoid the extraction of
unwanted substances in process.
2. Wort boiling: The wort is boiled in a tank with a vapor heating
system. The hops, which give the beer its characteristic
bitterness, are added during the boiling process. This process
gives a defined stable flavor.
3.Wort filtration: Once the wort has been extractedin the
macerator, the shell needs to be separatd with specially designed
filters. The most commonly used filters are the ones with a false
bottom that have small slots through which the filtered wort can
4.Wort cooling: This process is done using a cooler made from
stainless steel plates. Canals in the
plates make it possible to transfer the heat between the cooling
elements and the juice. The clarifid wort must be cold when the
yeast is pitched as this is what will transform the wort into beer.
5.Fermentation: The fermentation is carried out byyeast cells that
transform the wort into beer.Yeat is a onecell organism that
reproduces when it is fed the sugar, amino acids and minerals found
in the wort. The byproducts of this process are alcohol and carbon
dioxide. Once the nutrients in the wort have been consumed, the
yeast cells group and later settle to separate from the beer. The
fermentation temperature is an important factor that affects the
flavor and color of beer, which is why modern tanks require special
6.Ripening:The final flavor of the product is acquiredduring the
ripening process. The final flavor is produced at very low
temperatures of about 0C. After several weeks of resting during the
ripening process, which produces flavor, the beer is ready for the
last phase of process.