What can we do with beer caps? Beer is always a good idea, even more so if it is a handmade beer, which respects our tastes and needs. Making beer at home is not that complicated… But let’s see how to bottle it! To best bottle your beer and preserve its flavor, all you need
Home-made beer is good if you know how to preserve it; find out with Grifo! Oktoberfest is the most anticipated German folk festival about beer of the year but only a few know the origin of one of the most popular events in the world. Oktoberfest is held in Munich in Germany every year at
Get Grifo to help you choose the best wine! In recent years, wine has been increasingly at the center of attention; above all it was at the center of the debate “better white or red for health and diet?” Now we will find out with Grifo, which of the two is the best to drink,
Beer … one of the most popular and oldest alcoholic beverages in the world! Beer is a thousand-year history, dating back to 4,500 years before the birth of Christ, with the Sumerian populations who inhabited Mesopotamia, where barley, from whose fermentation beer is made, was the first cultivated cereal. Among the Sumerians, beer even becomes
With the FILLING MACHINES made by Grifo, you can bottle your craft beer and then cap it efficiently. The previous time we talked about hamburgers, what’s better than accompanying them with a good beer? Beer is always a good idea, above all if it’s an hand-made beer, which respects our tastes and needs. The country
Craft beer? Equip yourself right with Grifo’s FILLING MACHINES and CORKERS! “I love the taste of the beer, its white, lively foam, its copper depth, the world that suddenly rises through the brown and damp walls of the glass… the foam in the corners.” (Dylan Thomas) And it’s true, you know, who doesn’t like beer?
To perfectly preserve wine, juice or beer, after having them bottled is essential to plug the bottles correctly to ensure an optimal final result. A bad capping can compromise the quality of the wine and ruin the trouble of cultivating the vines and harvested them, the same goes for juice or beer. It can happen