The style of steam uses fermented lager yeasts at a (higher) ale temperature. The name was originally coined by Anchor Brewing when the brewery had no way to effectively chill the boiling wort using traditional methods. They pumped the hot wort up to large, shallow, open-top bins on the roof of the brewery to be chilled by the cooler air. This meant that the brewery had a distinct cloud of steam around the roof whenever they were brewing this style.
We make our beer with only the finest ingredients and natural carbonation. Our beers also spend a minimum of 6 weeks lagering in vessel to give them their undeniably clean yet pronounced flavour profiles.
Our brewing kit allows us to brew our beer to strength, so that we don’t need to remove the alcohol in any way. Instead we take the time and care to maximise flavour over alcohol creation.
You won’t see any vacuum distilling, reverse osmosis, filtration, processing, added stabilisers, arrested fermentation, clarifiers, isinglass, in our process.
Just water, malted barley, hops, oats & yeast!