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The Art of Brewing

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J.C. Jacobsen's Golden Words

(...) it shall be a constant purpose (...) to develop the art of making beer to the highest possible degree of perfection (...) and (...) assist in keeping the brewing of beer in this country on a high and honourable level.

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Natural Ingredients

Malt/ Grain

Hordeum vulgare. That’s the Latin name for barley, but there’s nothing vulgar about it. In fact, it is a rather special malting barley we use. We have our own “Barley Breeding Group,” which works in close contact with our brewmasters. The group selects the barley with the best traits and grows it in our research fields, using only traditional breeding methods. In our quest of delivering probably the best drinking experience, Carlsberg is brewed using the best malt and grains. Probably the best ingredients of consistent quality.

Hops

Hops are our secret ingredient. Of course it is no secret that we use hops in our beer, but the types we use are prepared according to a secret recipe that’s exclusive to us. It’s called the Carlsberg Aroma Hop Extract and nobody but us at Carlsberg can use it. After all, there can only be one best beer in the world.

Yeast

Yeast is at the heart of our history and at the forefront on our quest for quality. In 1879, Carlsberg was the first brewery to produce a purified brewer’s yeast, the Saccharomyces Carlsbergensis. Since then we’ve been constantly working to improve our yeast’s taste and the stability of our beer. We do it by using a classic breeding method, which means it can take up to 20 trials and several years to obtain a new yeast strain that’s good enough for brewing. More importantly, it means we’re keeping our promise to deliver a deliciously natural beer.