Time is one of the most important ingredients in making South Africa's national beer – it takes a patient 18 days to brew Castle Lager.
The brewing process starts in the malt mill, moves through a series of brewing apparatus, including the mash tun, lauter tun, wort kettle and fermentation tank, and ends in the bright beer tank with newly filtered Castle Lager.
Along the way, we convert starch into sugars,
add the hops and the yeast, and ensure
the beer is clear and bright.