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WHAT TO QUENCH MY THIRST WITH?

WHAT TO QUENCH MY THIRST WITH?   With the health of our customers in mind, we have created a range of tasty soft drinks that not only quench thirst perfectly, but at the same time provide many minerals and nutrients.   ZDROVO cereal fit drink   ZDROVO is a unique, natural drink inspired by the Eastern tradition of bread acid. It perfectly quenches thirst on hot days and hydrates the body all year round. The taste is often compared to cola drinks, lemona ...

THE QUALITIES OF OWL BEER

THE QUALITIES OF OWL BEER   The undoubted taste qualities of our beers have convinced not only numerous gourmets of the "golden beverage", but also experts in the field of brewing. The beers in particular deserve special attention: Sowie Honey Beer Sowie March-type Beer Sowie Pils Sowie Dark Beer Sowie Lager     Sowie Honey Beer   A beer with a beautiful golden colour with the addition of multi-flower honey to boost the body. ...

What is the difference between top and bottom fermentation?

What is the difference between top and bottom fermentation? The terms top-fermentation and bottom-fermentation, which appear frequently in brewing, can seem complicated, so it's worth learning more about them, as they result in one of the biggest divisions in the beer world. The distinction between top and bottom fermentation stems from the use of different varieties of yeast - each group requires slightly different conditions and produces a different type of beer. This is so important b ...

BEER IN THE DZIERŻONIOW DISTRICT

The oldest daily drink was beer. In the Middle Ages, when drinking water risked poisoning, beer was drunk throughout the day. "Complaints were made against innkeepers that, by pouring beer in watering cans from above, they produced excess foam. For pouring 20 barrels of beer, the innkeeper should receive one barrel of "wurchase". Around 1794, there were seven brewers and maltsters in Dzierżoniów. The right to brew beer was held by 205 burgher houses, which had a total of 477½ beers. A tot ...

THE HISTORY OF BEER

Roughly between 13,000 and 9,000 BC, people began to search for forms of food other than wild animal meat. Giving up their nomadic lifestyle, they increasingly settled in one place. They began to cultivate the land, eating its crops and raising animals. During this time, humans learned to hull, crush in their mouths and swallow the grains of wild cereals. Over time, people learnt to cultivate cereals, mow them down, separate the grains by beating them with sticks, then crush this grain betwe ...
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