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THE IMPORTANCE OF QUALITY BEER AND CELLAR GAS

THE IMPORTANCE OF QUALITY BEER AND CELLAR GAS
02/10/2020

They say that expensive paints don’t make an artist, but when it comes to making beer the quality of your ingredients and equipment has a profound effect on the final product. If you have ever wondered about how the quality of your beer gas can affect your brew, you have come to the right place.

WHAT IS BEER GAS? Beer gas is a crucial element of the beer making process and is often formed from carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or a mix of the two. While most breweries opt for the tried and tested carbon dioxide formulas, there are a select few craft companies who prefer to opt for nitrogen, claiming that it results in a creamier beer.

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