Our electric heating system and steam combustion system can be used as a compact distiller, very suitable for making a series of spirits in the most space-saving situation, and can also be used as a general-purpose distiller.
Since safety is always our top priority, our distillation solutions including controls and control components are specifically designed and manufactured for the environment your inspectors are looking for. We have the knowledge and experience to perform this operation correctly to ensure the safety of your team and equipment.
All our customers are exploring new ways to increase traffic to their breweries, create new sources of revenue, and attract a wider range of consumers. For many people, adding a brewery to the brewery (and thus creating a brewery) is the answer to these challenges.
Good wort makes good wine
As a brewery, you are already a leader in distillation. Not only do you already have the equipment for making and fermenting the washing liquid that can be used for distilling alcohol, but you are probably already brewing high-quality wort, and high-quality wort can produce better spirits. You have successfully produced spirits!
If you are considering this route, you are most likely to run some questions through your mind:
What is the process of distillation and how is it different from brewing?
What other equipment do I need and what can I use from my brewery?
Why should I consider adding a winery?
Do I need to consider other security or legal issues?
How can I start to learn more?
What is the difference in the process of making liquor into beer?
Overall, it was a very similar process at the beginning. Alcohol like whiskey essentially starts with beer. Both go through the process of fermenting grains and finally turning into alcohol. When the beer continues to be refined with other ingredients such as hops, the difference begins, and the newly fermented whiskey is not suitable for drinking.
Due to this similar starting process, one is still not a huge expense!
A complete whisky factory will cost approximately 70% of the capital expenditure on the brewing side. This means that the brewery can quickly enter the distillation market.
A wide range of models can meet the various requirements of each market and ensure that you can always find a solution that suits you. If you want to know more detailed information about our equipment, please contact us.