Once upon a time, the big, multi-national beer corporations accounted for the lion’s share of brewery growth. Now, it’s about boutique brands and micro breweries paving their ways into the mainstream of the beer drinking world.
I thought it’d be cool to share a glimpse at some part of the process from the Kernel microbrewery in South London.
Cleaning out the malt and spent grain from the mash tun used in the brewing process.
Pouring hops into the copper used in the brewing process.
Monitoring the beer as it is piped into the fermentation tanks used in the brewing process.
Stirring the malts in the mash tun used in the brewing process to create an India Pale Ale.
Breaking up the hops.
Taking a sample of a stout to be tested for readiness.
List of beers at the Kernel micro-brewery in London.