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Beer Brewhouse combination is flexible according to your needs and daily work shift. In general, the brewhouse's main tank: mash tun,lauter tun, kettle and whirlpool tank ,which is combined freely from two vessels to four vessels, heating method is electrical or steam heating or direct fire.
2-vessels brewhouse with "mash/lauter tank+boiling/whirlpool tank+hot water tank
3-vessels beer brewhouse with“mash tank+lauter tank+boiling whirlpool tank”
4-Vessels beer brewhouse with“mash tank+lauter tank+boiling tank+whirlpool tank”
Electric heating/steam heating/direct fire heating
From here we get into our mash tun, which is the first tank in our 4 vessel brew-house. The mash tun we’ve chosen has a nominal capacity of 1000 litres, which has been designed to handle a larger grain bill, with additional head space to allow us to brew higher gravity beers with ease.
It is steam-jacket heated and fitted with an automatic strike water and sparge water temperature controller with flow meters, to allow for accurate and repeatable mashing and sparging.
Its stainless motorised agitator will deliver continual motion and uniform temperature. It also has a VFD controlled pump to deliver the mash into the lauter tun upon completion.
The lauter tun is our second vessel. It’s sized extra wide to also allow for higher gravity beers and comes with a removable stainless-wire false bottom for effective grain separation.
Our lauter tun has a gear motor-propelled rake and grain plow for the removal of spent grain and for fine cutting the bed (which prevents wort channelling and bed compaction.) It also has multiple inlet spray jets, which will improve run-off clarity by clearing grain particles from under the plates and helping to create a floating mash.
The vorlauf and runoff is controlled by an automatic level controlled glass wort grant and pump. This feature prevents the grain bed from compacting and frees up the brewers to carry on with other tasks. This also has sanitary tri-clover fittings and a CIP spray ball fitted for easy cleaning.
3.Kettle / Whirlpool
The lauter tun then feeds the clear wort into one of our two combined kettle-whirlpools, which are steam jacketed with individual zone control for efficient heating. Having two vessels allows us to increase our output – while one kettle is boiling, we can be filling the other with the next batch, which means more frequent knock-outs and therefore, more beer brewed in a day!
Being able to produce exceptionally clear wort is very important when brewing clean-tasting, shelf stable beers. So the kettles have a tangential whirlpool outlet to separate the trube (hop and protein matter coagulated during the boil) into a neat pile in the middle of the kettle floor. This allows us to knock-out the finished clear wort behind the added protection of a trube dam separator.
304 SS or 316LSS or copper.
30% head space at least for each tank
Motorized mash mixers, lauter rakes and spent-grain plow
ABB Siemens motors/pumps on the whole system
Stainless steel process piping, work cabinet and control cabinet
Siemens/Schneider/Omron electric element
Grirst hydrator bowl with hot/cold liquor blending
Sight level indicators on fermenting system.
Insulated with a minimum of 100mm Chloride-Free PU Insulation.
Interior Finish: Overall polishing to 0.4 μm without dead corner
Adjustable Levelers provide a level tank regardless of floor slope;
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