The finest beer is produced from top quality ingredients. Singha
beer is famed for its distinctively rich taste and strong hop character. The hops come from the finest hop-growing regions in the world.
The golden barley is imported from the fields of Germany, France,
United Kingdom, Netherlands and Australia. Each consignment is
carefully checked to ensure the highest quality. Only then, they are
ready for brewing.
One of the most important elements of brewing is water. Before a
brewery is built on a specific location, water sources are thoroughly
checked to make certain of its correct composition and meets brewing
standards. The clear water used by Boon Rawd Brewery is pumped from
wells deep underground. It is activated carbon filtered, sand filtered
and treated to meet Singha standards of brewing water.
Boon Rawd Brewery follows the German brewing process to produce the
beer. First the water and crushed malt (Barley that has been allowed
to germinate) are mixed together in the heated kettle in order to
convert malt starches into sugar.
Solid grains (spent grains) are then removed leaving only the liquid,
after complete conversion of the starch, which is then boiled. During
this stage, hops are added. The finished liquid is a malt sugar
solution called "wort". After the protein solids have been removed
and the solution has been cooled, yeast is added. It is then
transferred to the fermentation tank to begin the fermenting process.
The liquid begins its fermenting process in large stainless steel
tanks with special temperature-control. During this stage, the yeast
converts sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide.
The liquid at this stage is called "young beer". To reach its
perfection, it is kept to mature in cool pressurized tanks. Once
maturity is reached, yeast and the remaining proteins are filtered
out through a highly-efficient filtration process to ensure maximum
quality. It is now called "bright beer".
The final product is a lager beer that is now ready to be bottled.
Packaging and Distribution:
The beer is bottled, capped and labeled through automatic high-speed
bottling machines. Inspectors have been checking the beer throughout
the entire process, testing it in the brewery's laboratory.
The bottled beer now passes through the final inspection to ensure
they are filled to required level with no impurities. The beer is now
ready for distribution.
The beer is taken by the brewery's network of distributors to
restaurants, bars and outlets throughout the country to be enjoyed
by millions of consumers.