Drakbrew

Drakbrew is a craft brewery that seeks to produce a beer with full body and flavor and moderate alcohol volume. What we want to convey with the product we manufacture is the possibility of being able to enjoy a thousand-year-old fermented drink that brings us many benefits and that, at the same time, we can enjoy the maximum taste of beer with the minimum of alcohol. That is why our beers have a range of 2.5% to a maximum of 3.5%.

We make our beer with Montseny water and natural ingredients, for a healthy, vegan and local product. After many hours of experimentation, all beers emerge. Multiple styles for all palates. A different soft drink for every moment.

Apart from making good and healthy beer, Drakbrew has a great interest in actively participating in social projects that lead to the improvement of our society and the environment. It is for this reason that Drakbrew participates with the Lotus Foundation and maintains close cooperation to help bring their projects to fruition. The Lotus Foundation attends to people in vulnerable situations: cancer patients, elderly people who are alone, children at risk of social exclusion, and also the environment.

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Drakbrew has a clear influence on the centuries-old tradition of Czech beers, as the name of the beer itself shows. We brew beer with manufacturing standards according to Miloš Hrabák, master brewer of great influence in the world of beer, both craft and industrial. Miloš as an active member of the brewery, brings all his experience to the production of Drakbrew.

Return to the “Table Beer”, the low alcohol beer

A beer low in alcohol but full-bodied and with all the flavor you expect from a beer!

We make our beer with the best ingredients and get the carbonation naturally. The process for a beer to be low in alcohol happens in the brewing process itself and therefore does not go through any further processing to remove it.

Why a beer low in alcohol?

Already in the Middle Ages, beer was commonly consumed, even more commonly than now! Its consumption was independent of the person’s age; it was typically drunk at the table at mealtime. So it was available to the whole family, providing nutrients and a drinkable drink, as drinking water was not available to everyone. And it was a beer that did not reach 1% alcohol.

This type of beer was consumed not only to hydrate the body but also for its high nutritional value.

In the 18th century in England, three classes of taxes were put in place for the different types of beer according to their alcoholic strength. Strong beer (Strong Beer, above 3.5% alcohol); table beer (Table Beer), with a strength between 2.5 and 3.5; and small beer (Small Beer, with a strength between 0.5 and 2.5%).

The beer resulting from the second filtration of the malt would be called Table Beer, and that of the third filtration, the Small Beer, which would contain less alcohol.

Although low-grade beers continued to be produced under the name Table Beer, they gradually declined by the mid-1900s, except for Scotland, where it remained until the beginning of the 20th century. Nowadays, many breweries produce at least one Table Beer within their production range.

Drakbrew focuses all its production on Table Beer, and aims to offer a variety of beer styles that can be consumed in various areas without alcohol being a determining factor for its consumption.

Low in calories

Being a low-alcohol beer makes it a low-calorie drink. So if you need to go on a calorie-restrictive diet, you have no better ally. You can drink it without fear and enjoy the benefits of craft beer.

Beer Street y Gin Lane 1751
William Hogarth He
portrays the inhabitants of Beer Street as happy and healthy, nourished by the native English beer, and those who live in Gin Lane as destroyed by their addiction to gin.