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- Adult (15+ years)
- Child (11-14 years)
- Child (0-10 years)
Enjoy an amazing experience on a craft beer tour in Lisbon
What is included:
- Arrival to the brewery and welcome by the producer
- Practical brewing workshop
- Homemade beer tasting
After booking, we will send all the details of the reservation, as well as the location and the contact of the farmer.
If you wish to propose another day or time for the experience, send us a message at [email protected] and we will do our best to reschedule, or we can include one more experience for all day.
Our producer became a universal brand for homemade beer. When he began to realize the acceptance of his product, he began to take “fun” seriously. If producing a basic beer is a matter of following the recipe, creating drinks with peculiar characteristics and establishing some standard becomes a great challenge. In this way and in addition to the fun, the success of our producer obtained with a homemade label may mean a change of hobby for a possible future profession.
Craft beer is completely different from the mass produced commercial beers. By definition, craft beer is regarded as a specialty beer, brewed in reduced quantities by smaller scale brewing operations. Now, that is merely a textbook definition. What that definition actually implies is that the beer is only produced in smaller quantities because it’s given more attention and care than the large commercial beers. Undeniably, the difference in quality is immediately recognizable when you compare craft beer to mass produced lagers.
It’s incredibly basic when you break the brewing process down, and you could feasibly brew beer with things you have in your kitchen right this very moment. The reason people buy brewing kits is because they contain small additional equipment that makes the entire process much easier to perform, and everything is sized appropriately for a smaller batch of beer. The two main components of brewing are the boil and the fermentation stage.