Our adjustable racking arm provides maximum beer recovery and our fermentation tanks are fitting with high efficiency glycol cooling jackets.We have fermenters ranging in sizes from 1BBL – 100BBL and manufactured depending on your brewing needs.
20BBL Stainless Steel Fermentation Vessels
Standard Stainless Steel Fermentation Vessels Main Features:
• Vessels start at 1 BBL with no size limit above that. Custom Liter / Gallon / BBL can be supplied per request.
• 304SS with Dual Glycol Jacket and insulated with a minimum of 80mm PU insulation.
• Top manways offer superior sanitation and ease to add fining and hops to the vessel. Front shadowless manways are available upon request at no extra cost!
• Pillow Plate Glycol Jackets offer optimal heat transfer. The interior of the shell is coated with a Chloride resistant coating to resist corrosion from the interior.
• Racking Arm allows for easy racking arm rotation, without the need to loosen any clamps. Simply turn the handle and the racking arm rotates.
• Adjustable Levelers to provide a level tank regardless of floor slope.
• Entirely 304ss Butterfly Valves, 2” Bottom port to facilitate yeast removal.
• Entire body a sanitary #4 polish with 2B optional per request at no additional cost.
• Respective Pressure Vacuum Relief Valve, 2″ Tri-Clamp Connection.
• CIP Tank Spray Ball has spinner spray head assembly and exterior CIP arm.
• Dedicated 1.5” Blow Off Arm helps keeps CIP assembly clear of primary fermentation blow-off exhaust and residue.
Browse our selection of industrial stainless steel fermentation vessels today to find one that’s right for your needs.
Cellar fermentation vessels for youor breweries
Consider your forecasts or plans when it comes to weekly sales
Assess the number of kegs or packs of beer you plan to sell. You need a two to three-year minimum sales forecast when you start a brewery business. Note that the more beer you plan to sell, the larger your tanks must be.
Assess the tank for the brewery area
Do not limit your tank based on the brewery area. Instead, even if you are just a startup, go for a more extensive vessel that can hold additional liters of beer. As the demand grows, your large beer tank capacity will allow you to brew more beer. A larger tank may add to the price, but it will not be as expensive in the long run because it will enable you to increase your output.
Starting a brewery business is not a small feat. The size of the brew tank is a crucial component for a successful brewery. But, when choosing the size of a brew tank, you must also consider the cost and efficiency, as well as its capacity.
Brewery businesses buy stainless steel brewing tanks because they do not alter the taste or flavor of the beer. Tanks range from 1barrel tanks to over 100-barrel tanks. So the question becomes which size do you need when considering brew tank capacity? We’ll take a closer look to determine the best way to determine the size you need.