Our 10 bbl brewhouse is a production size brewing system that bring your beer to market. If you plan a medium to large brew pub, microbrewery, nanobrewery, beer hall or distribution, this 10bbl multi vessel brewing system is for you. This 10 bbl brewing system comes in multi-vessel configurations, with brew kettle and mash tun included.
Our 10 bbl skid mounted brewing systems come with various heating methods including electric and steam. We also offer various turnkey control methods, including basic or advanced touch-screen panels, HERMS or RIMS, automated wort grant controls, a variable-speed peristaltic pump option and many more.
10bbl brewhouse system with wort grant
Design and Engineering is the middle man between concept and the fabricators and machinists that build the product. The draftsman that takes the conceptual sketches and turns them into CAD drawings does more than just use a ruler and pencil. They have to know what materials are available, what parts are available, what is possible to fabricate, what tools are available for fabrication, and pricing of those materials for reasonable costs.
Cellar tank beer brewery fermenters with cooling jacket and insulation
We use CAD to model all our projects. Design, Engineering, and Drafting are done in the same department and usually by the same person. In the case of extraction equipment, there’s fluid dynamic restriction simulations, thermal conductivity and insulation calculations, along with material thickness calculations for pressure and vacuum vessels. Today’s CAD software gives us the ability to virtually build the project on a computer before we build it. We can see unintended interference from moving parts, or see hard piping conflicts before we are tasked with making complex piping decisions.
Our engineers need to have the experience and/or extensive knowledge of the fabrication process to be able to design a buildable product. There are times when a welding torch won’t fit into an area that needs to be welded. Or a vessel needs to be welded from the inside, but there’s no manway for the person doing the welding. Or the vessel is so small that a fabricator can’t get inside to polish the interior. Smaller tanks can be more difficult to build than large tanks. The drafter has to take this all into consideration.