how vodka is made

how vodka is made? The production of vodka consists of three basic stages:




If we elaborate;

Fermentation: After selecting the raw material to be used, it is mixed with water andmade of yeast. The starch in the raw material is boiled in boilers under a certain pressure to pass through the liquid.

Fermentation: Adding yeast to the sugar in the yeast is transformed into alcohol.

Distillation: As a result of fermentation, liquid containing alcohol around 6-10 °% is distilled and is made into a liquid containing around 90% alcohol. 1)

Filtration: Made of oak charcoal, fine sand or carbon filters. 2)

Dilution: The desired alcohol range is reduced before swelling. 3)

Bottling: Swollen before it is aged.



The taste and aroma of the non-vodka, which saves the taste of raw alcohol; Filtering is the process. Initially, only the water is filtered and the filtration process is applied after the vodka is produced. Thus, a softer, easier drink of alcohol is obtained. Wood charcoal is used with amplification for the filtration process, except for the use of fine sand and carbon fittings.

There are also quality vodka produced without filtration. These brands do not need to be filtered because of their distillation methods, the amount of distillation they make, the water they use, etc., because they produce the purest taste.


 how vodka is made

  1. In 2008, the European Union documented its standards in vodka (EU). According to this, the alcohol rate of the drink to be obtained after the fermented product has been distilled in EU countries should be 96%.

  1. Firms have been filtering themselves with special materials and methods.


  1. In 2008, the European Union documented its standards in vodka (EU). According to this, the rate of vodka alcohol in EU countries is 37.5 °.


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