FROM GRAIN TO GLASS
HAD IT SO GOOD.
WITH PASSION & PRIDE
Our beers are handcrafted at Picotin's facilities right here in Singapore, using traditional German techniques without any pasteurisation. State-of-the-art cooling systems are built into all our locations. These ensure a constant temperature that keeps our beer fresh and natural. So come enjoy the purest tastes, flavors, and aromas of our homegrown beer.
THE CRAFTING OF
A Beer you will enjoy
Our cooling systems are built in all our locations with high standards to maintain a constant temperature in our storage tanks to keep the yeast alive - Giving you fresh and natural beer with purest tastes and flavours possible.
Brewhaus beer contains live yeast culture that helps us produce the purest tastes, flavors, and aromas possible. Our beer is fresh and natural without any pasteurization or double filtration.
The wort is then collected in a vessel, where it is brought to a controlled boil before the hops are added. Out beer is crafted using traditional German methodologies.
Milling Barley & Grains
Beginning in Picotin’s facilities in Singapore, different types of malt are crushed together to break up the grain kernels in order to extract fermentable sugars to produce a milled product called grist.
The grist is then transferred into a mash tun, where it is mixed with heated water in a process called mash conversion. The conversion process uses natural enzymes in the malt to break the malt’s starch down into sugars.
The mash is then pumped into the lauter tun, where a sweet liquid (known as wort) is separated from the grain husks.
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