Our plant is located at: 2A Dalnyaya Street, Tselina settlement, Rostov region. You may come and see the plant along with the brewery in operation at any time, just let us know of your visit in advance.
Please visit our BrewerShop, the online store where you can learn how to purchase the requisite raw materials. In it, we offer to buy products for all tastes not only to our partners, but also to anyone.
A wide range of products is not limited to brewing products only. In our store, you can buy products and equipment made of stainless steel whether in stock or custom-made under model projects or customer's ad hoc drawings!
Yes, you can. We will be happy to help you with the paperwork.
Brewing water must comply with the requirements of the Sanitary and Physiological Regulations (SanPiN) and core process instructions for treatment of beer and soft drink making water.
We recommend that you first make a water analysis in a privately held laboratory (the results from the local sanitary and epidemiological station are significantly averaged) and send the results to our specialists to select a high-quality water treatment system.
About accommodation in a residential building: regulatory authorities pose no placement restrictions, but placement of breweries varies from region to region, so we recommend that you check it with your local executive authorities.
Minimum requirements for premises and utility systems for breweries
What preceded CCVs
It should be noted that in the history of brewing, a variety of materials were used to make fermentation vats: from wood and ceramics to aluminum and plastic. Usually brewers used improvised material, guided primarily by one principle: it should behave fairly neutral towards an aggressive (in a chemical sense) alcohol-containing acidic medium, i.e. beer.
Since brewing has moved into its industrial stage, the main trend has been the development of new technologies to boost gains. Almost all inventions were focused on reducing brewing cost (making the brewing process cheaper and employing less beer-makers) and speeding up equipment turnover (shortening fermentation and post-fermentation time inasmuch as possible).
How to make it?
Before brewing beer, you need to prepare malt. Malt is the main source of sugar, and also gives beer its typical color. Malt color predetermines the final beer color.
The next stage is wort making. To do this, crush the malt. If necessary, mix it with corn, rice, barley or wheat. This mixture (a so-called "mash") is filled with hot water and left for a while. Following this, the wort is filtered and boiled with hops. Certain beer types require extra ingredients (spices, herbs or fruits) to be added aside from hops.
Top fermentation: one of the beer making stages, rapid fermentation of the wort at a temperature of 12-25°C, with the addition of top yeast which rises up and is removed at the end of fermentation.
Bottom fermentation: one of the beer making stages, rapid fermentation of the wort at a temperature of 5-10°C, with the addition of bottom yeast which settles to the bottom. Fermentation is carried out in two stages: primary fermentation and post-fermentation.