Yeast

Yeast triggers the process of fermentation and decomposes maltose into alcohol and carbonic acid. At the end of the fermentation process, top- fermented yeast swims to the surface of the "green beer" whereas bottom-fermenting yeast settles to the bottom of the tanks. We therefore differentiate between  top-fermentated beer (e.g. white beer) and bottom-fermented beers (e.g. Pilsner, Export).

 

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One of the most important ingredients of beers is hops. The hop cone contains lupulin which stores acids and oils that give beer its typical bitterness and aroma. Additionally, hops flowers are natural preservatives.

Hops are primarily grown in Germany, the USA, England and Australia.