We try to keep a close eye on the inventory to make sure nothing gets old and we don’t run low on resources.
Malt is first to fall. The brewing process begins with crushing various types of malt to break up the grain kernels, exposing the starchy center. Number of malts involved varies according to the specific recipe.
Complex sugars are transformed into lighter, easily consumable sugars.
Next stop - sugar! The grist is transferred to a mash tun where heated water converts the starch in the malt into sugar.
The lauter tun separates grain husks from the sweet liquid. The latter is also known as the “wort”, an unused byproduct of the brewing process which is later disposed of in a very environmentally conscious manner.
The kettle boils up the mass in a very controlled environment before hops are added. Hops bring flavor and stability in the beer, with its signature zesty, citric qualities. We use around 10 different varieties of hops to craft our individual taste.
Unique Natakhtari water from the basin below is the guiding force during many stages of the process.
The wort is the worst! After boiling, the wort is transferred into a whirlpool for the wort separation stage. During this stage, any malt or hop particles are removed to leave a liquid that is ready to be cooled and fermented.
The machines work in perfect harmony under discreet human supervision.
To prevent beer from oxidizing too much, we cool the mixture down to 10°C. The messy mass passes through a series of cold pipes to prepare for the next big step.
Protecting the environment is a top priority so we keep an eye on how we affect the world.
To start the fermentation, we add yeast in the next vessel. Yeast converts the sugary wort into beer by producing alcohol, a wide range of flavors, and carbon dioxide, which is later converted into the magic sparkle.
The entire brewing process is closely monitored by professionals in the brewing lab. They have one job - to ensure the beer we create is world class. We ship the bottles only after their approval. The lab regularly tests our beer and lemonade with samples taken from all over Georgia.
After our beer reaches its full potential, the final step in brewing takes away all the superfluous flavors to tame the unfiltered qualities. Our beer is then carbonated, transferred to a bright beer tank and cellared.
Our distribution network makes sure you get the best beer all over Georgia.
As soon as cellaring is complete, the piping system transfers the beer to the packaging department where it’s bottled in various materials and sizes. Our beer comes in glass bottles, cans, plastic bottles and kegs.