Brewery Beer Copper Vats Kettle Production Equipment - Stock image

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Upload date:December 02, 2012

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Copper beer kettles in a brewery. The 'copper' or kettle is where the wort ( liquid extracted from the mashing process during the brewing ) is boiled with hops and sometimes other ingredients such as herbs or sugars. This stage is where many chemical and technical reactions take place, and where important decisions about the flavour, colour, and aroma of the beer are made. The boiling process serves to terminate enzymatic processes, precipitate proteins, isomerize hop resins, and concentrate and sterilize the wort. Hops add flavour, aroma and bitterness to the beer. At the end of the boil, the hopped wort settles to clarify in a vessel called a 'whirlpool', where the more solid particles in the wort are separated out
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