Generations and generations of brewing mastership are transfused into every drop of our fresh and chilling beer

Our brewing process starts with the selection of high-quality ingredients. The main ingredients in our beer are:

Water – represents the main ingredient in the brewing process. Since it makes 90% of beer, no wonder, we are highly committed to careful selection of water for brewing.

Yeast – magic element that transforms ingredients into beer. Responsible for fermentation of beer, yeast is fed by sugars from malt and metabolises them, releasing carbon-dioxide (responsible for bubbles and foam in beer) and turns malt into beer.

Hops – flower of this plant contain acids that give special bitterness and aroma. Hops contribute to the complexity of aroma and it could be well said that this plant is the carrier of beer flavour. Its essential oils contribute to a unique aroma and is used as a natural conservation prolonging life to our beer.

Malt – After water, it is next most important ingredient. Malt is germinated cereal grain that gives colour, flavour and sweetness to beer. Malt offers the broadest selection of sugars that yeast would later ferment.


Brewing process is composed of several phases: malt production, aging, beer filtration and dispensing.

Brewing process starts in brew house or „the heart of brewery“. This phase is called mashing and encompasses grinding malt with gradually adding water and continuous warming. The mixture of ground malt and water is warmed through a carefully selected technological process creating mash. Hops are then added to mash, creating beer flavour. The product that leaves the brew house is called malt.

Yeast is then added to malt starting fermentation under controlled pressure and temperature in completely modern vessels – fermentors. During fermentation, yeast ferments carbon hydrates into ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide.

After fermentation process, yeast is separated from beer and the so-called young beer needs to mature. Modern tanks for againg are similar to fermentors. The period of beer aging affects the quality of beer and every brewery keeps it as a secret.

When beer has sufficiently matured it goes for the last phase of production, filtration. Filtrated beer is kept in tanks under pressure until dispensing.

Every phase is controlled: from reception of basic raw materials, through their processing and bottling, until final delivery of beer on the market.