Open fermentation is the name given to fermentation in containers that are "open" to the environment in which they are located. Before the emergence of covered or closed fermentation vessels, open fermentation was the standard fermentation technology.
Almost all contemporary breweries currently use closed fermentation vessels, which has many benefits. The closed container can be placed outside the main brewery structure, and the closed container can be additionally developed into a more powerful pressure vessel that can be used to preserve all natural carbon dioxide during the fermentation process. Although the carbon dioxide (carbon dioxide) circulation on the liquid surface protects the beer and the fermentation is very vigorous, as long as this task is stopped, the beer needs to be quickly relocated to a closed container to prevent oxidation such as microbial contamination.
Claiming all this, many manufacturers do believe that open fermentation is also beneficial, which may also be the reason why it is still quite typical in the UK, Germany and Belgium. Vessels used for open fermentation tend to be superficial and broad. This form has prompted the development of commonly found preferred esters, especially in beer designs, including yeast fermentation characteristics such as weissbier. Open fermentation can simply collect yeasts, which are usually unhindered, healthy, and balanced by dead cells and healthy protein fragments.
Open fermentation is the name given to fermentation in containers that are "open" to the environment in which they are located. Before the emergence of covered or closed fermentation vessels, open fermentation was a traditional fermentation technology. Today, open fermentation usually occupies space in specially constructed spaces. The surface area (usually ceramic tiles) is smooth and quickly cleaned to reduce the risk of microbial contamination, and they should have a good air circulation to eliminate the entire process. The carbon dioxide gas fermentation process. Vessels used for open fermentation are often superficial and wide, and this form also promotes the development of esters that are usually located in preferred positions.
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