Dobřanské Pivo is produced by the famous Czech technology using traditional raw materials, ie. malt, hops and water. The capacity of the entire facility of the Modrá Hvězda Dobřany Brewery is approximately 1,500 hl of beer per year. All Dobřanské Beer exhibited is served as yeast unfiltered, ie slightly turbid. Turbidity is formed by brewer's yeast, which is removed by filtration in ordinary beer.
However, yeast contains a significant amount of vitamins and other substances that have a beneficial effect on the human body.
The actual production of beer is a relatively complex process, which basically consists of three main phases.
The first phase of production takes place in the brewery, which is part of the interior of the restaurant. In this process, the starch contained in the malt is first broken down by means of suitably selected temperatures. This is followed by the separation of the malt in the straining vat and boiling with hops, which creates the so-called wort. The whole batch lasts about 12 hours followed by cooling.
The wort is pumped into a fermentation tank, brewer's yeast is added and this is the beginning of the second phase - the main fermentation, which lasts 7 days. After the main fermentation, the young beer is transferred to a lager tank, in which the final phase of production, final fermentation or maturation of beer takes place. The maturation time depends on the original gradation - for 12-beer it is around 5 - 6 weeks. After the final fermentation, the beer is tapped from lager tanks.