- The malt bill is poured into the mill hopper and is crushed immediately before mashing, so that it can transfer its organoleptic and enzymatic content to the wort;
- The water is dechlorinated, softened, osmotized and remineralized to reach the appropriate chemical parameters for the elaboration of the differents styles;
One of the big differences between craft and industrial beer is that we use high quality raw materials without adding adjuncts such as rice, corn, etc. (as long as it is not a specific style to request it), because our goal is not to reduce the cost, but maximize quality. We use a wide variety of malts, hops and yeasts and this point makes diversification one of our distinguishing features.