- Beavertown is one of the UK’s largest craft breweries.
- They make a range of craft beers, from IPAs to porters at their brewery in Tottenham, London.
- The beers are available to purchase at their taproom which is open every Saturday.
Beavertown Brewery is a London based Brewery that makes a wide range of craft beers.
The brewing process begins with malted barley which is added to hot water, releasing its sugars. Oats, rye, or wheat can also be added at the stage to create different flavour beers. This process is called mashing, and once the sugars are released hops are added to the mixture.
This liquid is filtered using a whirlpool and the used barley is taken away and used for animal feed. Once filtered yeast is added to the mixture and it is left to ferment. The fermentation process takes three or four days and once fermented more hops are added, this process is called dry hopping.
The flavour of the beer will change depending on the type of hops added. The beer is then centrifuged to remove particles and then it’s ready to be canned.
Once packaged the cans are stored in the warehouse next door, ready to be shipped out.
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