At a time when big breweries have abandoned tradition in favour of speeding up production, we refuse to take shortcuts. We follow the same decoction brewing methods that put Pilsner on the map hundreds of years ago, which involves boiling part of the mash at higher temperatures to carmelize the barley sugars and deliver a rich, malty flavour and a creamier head on the poured beer. And we still uphold the standards of the Bavarian Purity Act of 1516. Because purity makes perfect beer, and perfect beer takes time. Besides… what’s the rush?