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Frequently Asked Questions

What should we bring?
Who is the spa suitable for and for who is not?
What is the temperature of the bath?
How long does the procedure take?
Is beer consumption really unlimited?
Can we consume our drink or food?
How about massages?
Can I choose a masseur?
I have a gluten-free diet, can I still enjoy the spa without restrictions?
We received a gift voucher. How can we use it?
What about the Covid19 measure and control?
Will there be anyone else in the room during the procedure?

Questions about the spa

How long before we have to arrive?
What is included in the price of the treatment?
Are we really going to bathe in beer?

Other issues

Can you take photos and videos in the spa?
What if we can't make it, are refunds available?
Can you arrange parking for us?

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History of beer baths

Spa as such appeared 4 thousand years ago in India. The ancient Chinese and Egyptians also knew about the beneficial effects of spa on the human body. The history of beer production dates back to the 7th millennium BC, when beer was discovered, probably by mistake, by the ancient Sumerians. They mistook the grain they were growing and the principle of fermentation was invented.

The connection between beer and baths is officially known from the Middle Ages, when the knowledge of the beneficial effects of bathing in beer was established from the sources. The preventive effects of beer baths and beer baths had already been discovered at this time.


History of
beer and malt production

The history of beer production dates back to the 7th millennium BC, when beer was discovered, somewhat accidentally, by the ancient Sumerians. It was the method of making beer that began in the poor storage of the grain they grew. The grain was stored in earthenware vessels into which water was poured, and thus the principle of fermentation was discovered.

The production process has remained unchanged for centuries - everything starts with the milling of malt and the subsequent brewing of beer. The wort is then cooled and propagated yeast is used, followed by the main fermentation. This semi-finished beer is placed in beer tanks where the beer lies and matures. After the beer has lain and matured, it undergoes flint and microbiological filtration. This is where all beer lovers rejoice, as after these procedures the beer is bottled and shipped.