Food Grade Highest Stainless Steel 304/316 1000L beer production line

The red copper brewhouse is also the preferred choice for most brew pub. The fermentation tanks for brew pub is usually not large but with more numbers for serving more beer flavors on taps.  A typical brewing process for brew includes milling, mashing, fermentation, maturing, cooling, controlling, cleaning, filling and beer serving.


1000L beer production line

Stainless Steel Tanks for Breweries

We build a wide array of stainless steel tanks, using some of highest grade stainless steel available on the market. Our top-of-the-line steel tanks are easier to clean and maintain and will save you hours of back-breaking labor down the road. If care about putting out a quality product, we recommend starting with quality brewing tanks.

1000L Brewhouse beer production line

How to make craft beer

There are some basic types of equipment you need to have before making craft beer. This includes brewhouse, fermentation tanks, boilers, storage tanks, cooling systems, filters, kegs, refrigeration, and canning, bottling, piping, and cleaning tools.


Milling Malt

This equipment helps to break down the malt into smaller fragments.


Malt miller–beer peoduction line Primary equipment


This is an enclosed place that has all the necessary components and vessels that are needed to start brewing. This includes a mash tun,lauter tun, a hot liquor tank, a whirlpool, and a kettle for boiling. A two-vessel system often has these components together in one place whereas in a five-vessel system all these components are separated and away from each other. In the first step, wort is created. This is done by mashing the malt and other grains. Once this is done it is moved to the kettle where the boiling is done with hops, flavors, colors, aroma, and other important ingredients. Once the boiling is done the wort is allowed to settle down in the whirlpool where all the solid particles are gathered and then they are separated from the mixture.

We build 100L to 10000L brewhouses that use steam power (gas or electric boil) or electric.


Heat exchanger for cooling wort;wort pumps

Once the wort is completely separated from the hops it is allowed to pass through a plate heat exchanger where the temperature of the heat is allowed to get lower this is because if the wort is extremely hot it can easily kill all the yeast as it enters the fermenter.

Fermentation Tanks

This is the second step in brewing beer. In this step, yeast is used to produce alcohol when it is allowed to react with the wort. Cone-shaped tanks are better for fermentation as the yeast can easily be removed, captured and reused later. The right kind of fermentation tanks will help ensure that all the variables and necessary conditions are fulfilled to give a perfectly tasting brewed beer.


fermentation tanks in our factory yard beer production line

Brite Tanks

Once the fermentation is done, the beer is filtered out and transferred to a Brite tank. Here the beer is kept for a while and allowed to get more carbonated before it can be canned and bottled. Sometimes beer can also be served directly from these Brite tanks but it is always better to keep them in these tanks for a while before serving them out.


Brite tanks for carbonation and maturation

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Talk to us about your requirements and we will design a system to work for you and your company. wlcome to consult brewery to get a perfect quotation.