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Explore Our Craft Beer Journey

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Meet our beers

Bisa Brewery is a craft beer brewery located in Belgrade, Serbia. Our brewery was founded by a group of beer enthusiasts who share a passion for creating high-quality, unique craft beers.At Bisa Brewery, we believe that beer is an art form. Our beers are crafted using only the finest ingredients, including locally sourced hops and barley, and are brewed using traditional brewing techniques. Each beer is carefully crafted to ensure that it delivers a unique and satisfying drinking experience.Our commitment to quality extends beyond the brewing process. We take pride in our customer service and strive to provide our customers with the best possible experience when they visit our taproom. Whether you are a seasoned craft beer connoisseur or a curious newcomer, we welcome you to come and taste the passion and dedication that goes into each and every one of our beers.

Meet our beers
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Crafting beer is a labor of love, and each brewer brings their unique touch and creativity to the process. From selecting quality ingredients to precise brewing techniques, the steps involved in making craft beer ultimately result in a diverse range of flavors, styles, and experiences for beer enthusiasts to enjoy.

Our Brewing Process



The process begins with selecting and malting grains, typically barley. Malting involves soaking the grains, allowing them to germinate, and then halting germination by drying them. This creates enzymes that convert starches into fermentable sugars.


The malted grains are crushed and mixed with hot water in a process called mashing. This activates enzymes in the malt, converting starches into sugars. The result is a sweet liquid known as wort.


The wort is transferred to a brew kettle and brought to a vigorous boil. Hops, which add bitterness, flavor, and aroma to the beer, are added during the boil. Additional ingredients such as spices, herbs, or fruits may also be added at this stage.


After boiling, the wort needs to be rapidly cooled to a temperature suitable for fermentation. This helps prevent contamination and creates the right environment for yeast to thrive.


The cooled wort is transferred to a fermentation vessel, and yeast is added. The yeast consumes the sugars in the wort and produces alcohol and carbon dioxide. Fermentation can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks, depending on the beer style and desired flavors.


Once primary fermentation is complete, some beers undergo a secondary fermentation or conditioning period. This allows flavors to mellow, and the beer to clarify and develop more complex characteristics.


Carbonation can be achieved naturally through bottle conditioning, where a small amount of sugar is added to the beer before bottling, allowing for fermentation and carbonation to occur in the sealed bottle. Alternatively, carbonation can be added through force carbonation using pressurized CO2 in kegs.

Filtration and Packaging

The beer is filtered or clarified to remove any remaining solids or particles. It is then packaged into bottles, cans, or kegs, ready to be enjoyed.

Quality Control

Throughout the brewing process, quality control measures are taken to ensure the beer meets the desired standards. This includes testing for flavor, aroma, appearance, and consistency.