Brewing Process: Behind the Scenes of Your Favorite Craft Beer


Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of your favorite craft beer? From malt to hops to yeast, the brewing process is a delicate and intricate balance of science and art. In this blog post, well take you on a journey through our brewing process here at Lotus Craft Brewery in Pathum Thani, Thailand.


At the heart of any great beer is quality ingredients. We take pride in sourcing the best malt, hops, and yeast available. Our malt is carefully selected from local farmers, and our hops are sourced from all over the world to give our beers unique and bold flavors. We also use a variety of yeast strains, each specifically chosen for the style of beer were crafting.

Once we have our ingredients, we carefully measure and grind the malt to create a fine flour. We then add water to create a mash, which is heated to different temperatures to activate enzymes that break down the malt starches into fermentable sugars.

Brewing Process

After the mash, we transfer the liquid to a kettle, where we add hops for flavor and aroma. The longer the hops boil, the more bitter the beer will be. Once the boil is complete, we cool the wort and transfer it to a fermentation vessel, where we add yeast. The yeast consumes the sugars in the wort, producing alcohol and carbon dioxide. This process takes anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, depending on the style of beer.

Once fermentation is complete, we transfer the beer to a conditioning tank, where it undergoes a secondary fermentation and conditioning process. This allows the flavors to meld together and the beer to become smoother and clearer. Finally, the beer is carbonated and packaged, ready to be enjoyed by our customers.


At Lotus Craft Brewery, we take pride in every step of our brewing process. From our carefully sourced ingredients to our meticulous brewing techniques, were committed to producing quality craft beer that youll love. We hope you enjoyed this behind-the-scenes look at how we create our beers and that youll join us for a cold one soon!

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