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Commercial brewing requires several different types of big vessels made of stainless steel. First, the water gets heated in a dedicated vessel called the Hot Liquor Tank (“liquor” is referring to the technical term for any liquid used in a process of some kind, not the liquid that gets you drunk). The hot water is then transferred to a vessel known as the Mash/Lauter Tun where it saturates milled grain to extract the delicious sugars and flavors.
After a little while, the carbohydrate-rich water is transferred to the Boil Kettle right next to the mash tun where it is brought to boiling temperature by a direct gas-fired burner, indirect gas-fired burner, steam, or electric elements. Hops (and other special ingredients depending on the recipe) are added during the boil. Once that is completed, the boil kettle becomes a Whirlpool, forcing the water into a vortex that separates it from the larger particles in the solution (like large clusters of hops).
20HL brewery tanks Red copper brewhouse system
Combi-Vessel Style Brewhouse
Save on floor space by placing your hot liquor tank underneath the mash/lauter tun
Space saving design works well for brewpub applications
Custom layout options including rectangular and linear designs
Conveniently located hydrometer station (optional)
Lautering rakes with spent grain plow assembly
Cone or flat bottom designs
Multi-port wort draw off plumbing
Optional under-screen flush
Optional steam jacket
Grant to optimize lauter run-off
Brew kettle/whirlpool tun
Heating options include steam Jackets, electric, or direct-fired
Vent stack condenser
Kettle sour capability
Tangential inlet designs
Fermentation tanks, bright beer tanks and serving tanks ranging in sizes from 5HL to 100HL.
Hot wort grant to provide a buffer to the pump during re-circulation and run off from the lauter tun
Heat exchanger to cool the wash during transfer to the fermenter
Hot water recovery option available
Dedicated vessel pumps
Complete grain management including:
Augers and conveyors
Dry hopping systems
Yeast brinks and propagators
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