HOW IT’S MADE

HOW WE BREW URBAN BEER


“State of the art facilities brew this Indian Pale Ale” Using the finest ingredient, Asaro Indian Pale Ale is made using time old tradition and method.

THE BREWING
PROCESS

While each one of our many beers has its own distinct and unique recipe, the fundamentals of fermentation, passed down from master brewers for generations, remain more or less unchanged - as have the skills needed to perfect the process: patience, attention to detail and dedication. The Strong House brewers use the finest ingredients and traditional methods to make its beers, beginning with clear water heated to between 70 and 80 degrees centigrade, depending on the recipe.

INGREDIENTS

 

Taking the finest Maris Otter malted barely, a strain pioneered in post war Cambridge and found in premium British beers, we then add specialty-roasted malts in a hopper.


The liquor and malt are allowed to combine for an hour as they flow into the mash tun, where they form a thick, viscous consistency, after which time the sugar rich liquid, known as wort, is drained from the mash tun and pumped into the brew kettle.


More fresh liquor is then added to the tun, washing the sugars from the malt into the brew kettle until the requisite volume is attained.

 

THE PROCESS

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