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Like any good mother, we can't turn a blind eye to underage drinking. If you're jumping the gun, run along for now. We'll be here with open arms on your 21st birthday.

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Our Brewing Process

How does Mother’s brew such heady craft beers? With kickin’ tunes setting the vibe and a little help from Gambrinus, the patron saint of brewers, we hit these steps:

To brew craft beers perfectly, the Mother’s brewing process never varies.

1. Milling

We gently crack the malted grains to expose the starches inside.

2. Mashing

We combine the milled malt with hot water to convert starch to sugar, and we separate the sugar liquid (referred to as wort) from the grains and collect it in the kettle.

3. Boiling

We boil the wort and add hops for bitterness and aromatics.

4. Fermentation

We cool the wort and pitch the yeast. Yeast metabolizes sugar and creates alcohol and carbon dioxide.

 

5. Aging

We store the beer as cold as we can get it, until its flavors meet Mother’s seal of approval.

6. Finishing

We filter (or not, depending on which beer) and carbonate the beer. Then, we bottle or keg the goodness and send it your way.

And finally, OPEN POUR DRINK SMILE.