Arthur Guinness Died In 1803
Guinness is a beer kind of Irish Stout or Dry stout. Dark-colored, and has a similar taste like coffee. Guinness is made from water, malt, barley, hops, and yeast. Barley is roasted to give Guinness the appearance of the dark color and distinctive aroma. When viewed more closely, the appearance of Guinness looks to have the color ruby red dark, not black. Scum condensed of Guinness beer created by mixing the beer with nitrogen in the process of pouring.
Historical About the Guinness Beer
the History of Guinness can not be separated from the figure of Arthur Guinness. Arthur Guinness was the son of Richard and Elizabeth Guinness is born in Celbridge, County Kildare, Ireland in 1725. the History of Guinness beer begins when in the year 1757 Arthur Guinness get a legacy of 100 pounds from Mr. godson, Pastor Arthur Price, Archbishop of Cashel. Three years later Arthur uses that inheritance to open a new business as a brewer in Leixlip, County Kildare, 17 miles from Dublin. In the year 1759, Arthur Guinness decided to sign a lease for a beer factory covering an area of 1.6 hectares in Dublin for 9000 years. First, he had to pay £100 to the rental price of £ 45 per year. The initial product of the factory the beer is a dark beer and ale.
10 years later, in 1769, Arthur began to export beer products for the first time. As much as the 6.5 barrels of Guinness beer exported to the Uk by ship. In the year 1790an, brewery Guinness started to expand and enlarge themselves. Decided to concentrate more to make black beer, Arthur Guinness stop the production of ale. Arthur Guinness died in 1803. Since then the business was handed down to his son, Arthur Guinness II, inherits the ability to dispense the beer from the father.
Guinness Beer consists of 4 main raw material i.e. barley that had higher levels of malt high, florets flower hops female, water and yeast. The manufacturing process requires 7 stages.
– the first Stage is the milling. Barley with a moisture content of the malt is high put in a home grinder Guinness, where grains of barley crushed, for removing the starch and fiber contained therein. So grains barley milled grains that become grist.
– The second stage is grinding, here the grist is mixed with hot water and then filtered by using muller steel.
– The third stage is the separation. The results of the scour will be inserted into the barrel of the mixer. Barrel-shaped mixer here serves as a sieve giant for extracting the sugar and water and leave the grains of barley. This liquid referred to as wort.
– The fourth stage is boiling. At this stage of the florets of the flower Hops added to the wort is boiled.
– The fifth stage is fermentation. After the wort is allowed to stand and channeled to the cooling, yeast Arthur the famous start for action. The fermentation process is called fermentation.
– The sixth stage is refinement. After the yeast converts sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide gas, the herb is allowed to stand for the process of refinement. It is important to silence all of the materials used to get the balance and consistency of the desired flavor.
– The seventh stage is packaging.
Beer Guinness is sold to all over the world currently has 3 variants.
– Extra Stout
– Foreign Extra Stout
In 2009, the Guinness is celebrating the 250th anniversary of his birth, since Arthur Guinness signed the contract for the lease of breweries in St. James’s.