|Standard configuration brewing vessels|
There are many suppliers of brewing vessels, especially given the boom of new breweries within the last decade. But most suppliers do not actually manufacture the vessels themselves. Rather, they are typically imported from manufacturers in China or other countries. While this can keep costs down for customers, the quality of the design, materials, and build varies wildly.
Brewhouse brewing vessels two tank for brewing
Our brewhouse comes in 2, 3, or 4 vessel configurations to fit your production needs.
2 vessel: mash/lauter, boiling/whirlpool or mash/kettle,lauter/whirlpool;
3 vessel:mash tun,lauter tun,boiling/whirlpool tun; or mash/lauter,boiling tank,whirlpool tank.
4 vessel: mash tun,lauter tun,boiling tun,whirlpool tun.
Ready to grow to the next phase or looking for a pilot system to test some new recipes? Our brewhouse can ship quickly and integrates with your current heating source, whether it is Direct Fire, Steam or Electric.
There are three heat sources for the hot liquor tank and brew kettle:
|Direct Fire||A flame heats the exterior of the tank which transfers heat to the liquid in the tank.|
|Pros: least expensive; best option for small systems||Cons: a concentrated area of heat that can scorch the wort; inefficient energy utilization (heat lost to surrounding air); not for use on systems larger than 10 barrels|
|Electric||Large heating elements are placed inside the kettle just like a residential electric water heater.|
|Pros: less expensive than steam; very efficient energy utilization||Cons: electricity sometimes more expensive than gas; needs 3-phase heavy power; not for use on systems larger than 10 barrels|
|Steam||This is the industry standard for brewing systems sized 15 barrels and up. A separate boiler heats water with gas flame to create steam that is circulated through an insulated steel jacket around the kettle.|
|Pros: fairly efficient; heats quickly||Cons: most expensive; requires separate costly boiler; boiler maintenance|
If you are just starting out with a micro-brewery or brewpub, our brewhouse offers a phased scale-up approach to get your taproom up now and your process setup for future distribution. You are in control of your design and our experts can help you refine it for the best outcomes.
There is stock in the factory and can be shipped within three days after payment
Fermentation tank components
If you decide to incorporate a unitank into your brewing process, we offer both standard and custom unitanks for your brewery. Unitanks combine the features of a fermenter and a bright tank allowing brewers the ability to ferment or carbonate their beer in a single vessel — an ideal solution for brewers who need a high level of flexibility in their cellar.
A turnkey brewing vessels
If you do end up choosing a supplier that imports equipment, pick DEGONG engineers to design the equipment(We have certificate like TUV,ISO, ASME…and have the ability to provide you with high quality products to meet your requirements).
|Contact Alice today|
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.