The optimum temperature for a beer is between 8-12 degrees C. Too low or too high a temperature can cause beer loses its taste and scent qualities.
12 hours – this is approximately the duration our honey beers (Perła Midowa – Honey) need to go through from the moment of mixing with honey to the bottling process.
Light beers should be served in transparent, tall jugs, while dark beers in glasses with a handle, preferably thinner towards the opening.
For a beer to have an ideal color it needs to be poured to a cold, clean, well-rinsed beer jug. Beer from can or bottle should be poured in two stages – two thirds onto the side of the jug, and the rest from above for the foam to appear. Whereas keg beer should be poured in one stage.
The human organism absorbs beer four times faster than milk. This is because beer is a beverage resulting from the natural brewing and fermentation process. What is more, it does not contain any artificial ingredients, hence its thirst satiating quality.
The Headquarters of Perła – Lublin Breweries are located in historic buildings, among which, one of the oldest is the premises of the one-time Saint Kazimierz’s church, which was originally an abbey church of the Reformer Fathers dating back to 1663.
Beer should be stored in such a way as to restrict the exposure to the ultraviolet rays, as light (especially sunlight) causes the beer to oxidize and might even destroy its taste or scent.
Beer is a beverage rich in vitamins. It contains, for example, B group vitamins, which enable the digestive processes and regulate metabolism; vitamins E and A (protection from heart attacks) as well as PP vitamin (prevent tuberculosis). Moreover, in a single beer there is as much protein as in a glass of grapefruit juice.
The caloric value of a single beer is between 215 to 300 kcal (dependent on alcohol content), therefore the beer itself does not influence body weight gain. Beer, however, can increase one’s appetite. This quality may have a bearing on the fact that beer-lovers may have a tendency to put on weight.
82 927 000 pieces – the number of malt seeds used for making one beer unit of Perła Chmielowa (Hops Perła) beer.
Beerofile: (from German: Bier – beer and Greek: philos – lover) is a person who collects various things connected with the beer brewing culture i.e. labels from bottles, pads used under jugs or bottles or containers used for drinking beer.
Perła beers have, since 1999, been annually occupying the top places in the All-Polish Celebration of Brewers and Beer-makers – Chmielaki Krasnystawskie.
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