Why breweries produce non-alcoholic craft beer
Sarah Jane Curran,  talks about the growing demand for non-alcoholic craft beer and breweries that already produce such beer. Pivo.by publishes a translation of the material. According to a new…

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Tasting: nine varieties from three breweries from St. Petersburg
Not so long ago, the second Zauglom network opened in Minsk. A bar-shop with a large selection of beer and, importantly, its own import is already overgrown with regular visitors…

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Wild Fermentation: Everything You Need to Know About Chips
There is nothing cooler than coals - especially for retro-futurists who love great beer. Kulship is a large but shallow container made of copper or stainless steel. Use it to…

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“We are pleased to experience emotions in the process of collaboration”: an interview with Rewort Brewery

The Russian brewery Rewort is well known and represented in Belarus. This popularity is connected, among other things, with collaborations to which the team from Sergiev Posad has a special relationship. The brews with the Rewort brewery were already held by the guys from Jungle Brewery, Midnight Project, Valaduta and Carousel Brewery. Some of them were of a one-time nature, some were continued. Journalist Pivo.by met with the founder of the brewery, Roman Guschin, on the eve of the MCBF and discussed the complexities of the sphere, collaboration and love for Minsk.

Interview with Rewort Brewery
– Roma, hello! Good to see you again in Minsk. Ready for the festival? Continue reading

How the Estonian Põhjala Brewery Works

In October, Estonian brewery Põhjala announced the millionth bottle of beer produced since the beginning of the year. In winter, Põhjala opened a new factory with a production capacity of about 1200 decalitres per month, and the brewery supplies 70% of its products to other countries. Stef Bays talks about the success of the brewery in an article on Good Beer Hunting.

Põhjala Brewery
Now Põhjala beer is most actively sold in Finland, France, the Netherlands, China and Italy. There is growing interest in South Korea and the USA, which are the largest consumer of beer in the world. Põhjala recently shipped the first container to Australia, soon will be the first shipment to Hong Kong. Continue reading

What is lambic and how to make spontaneous fermentation beer

Lambic is one of the best and most sophisticated styles of beer. Kat Thompson talks about his taste and production process in an article in Thrillist magazine. Pivo publishes a translation of the material.

Lambics have something in common with blue cheese or fish sauce. At least that’s what Kevin Martin, director of production at the Cascade Brewing brewery in Portland (one of the most famous suppliers of sauers and fruit beer on the West Coast of the United States) believes. And no – this is not because its smell and taste are as specific as these products (although some lambics are described as having a smack of cheese or mold). The fact is that, like many good things, you need to get used to them. Continue reading

Tasting: nine varieties of the Russian brewery Stamm Beer
Stamm Beer Brewery is quite famous in the birgik circles. The production, located in the south-west of the Moscow region in the village of Krasnaya Pakhra, has been pleasing both…

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Tasting: nine varieties of the Russian brewery Stamm Beer
Stamm Beer Brewery is quite famous in the birgik circles. The production, located in the south-west of the Moscow region in the village of Krasnaya Pakhra, has been pleasing both…

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A Brief History of Beer Bottles
Now beer in a glass bottle will not surprise anyone. And once it was a rare occurrence. Ferment magazine tells the story of a beer bottle. Pivo.by publishes a translation…

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How to make beer with maple and birch sap
Marika Josephson, co-owner and Scratch Brewing brewer in Ava, is well versed in the production of beer with ingredients that can grow literally in the backyard of the brewery. The…

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