The 5BBL dual-container beer brewing system is often used in small craft breweries or craft brewing bars. The brewery system is the most important part of the entire brewery system. The copper brewing system is becoming more and more popular with customers who want to open beer houses. The luxurious copper color can attract customers well.
2 The container brewery system usually refers to a mash/filter tank and a boiling/vortex tank. The saccharification process and the wort filtration process are completed by one tank, and the boiling and swirling process is completed by one tank, saving equipment costs and floor space. The system usually brews one batch per day. It takes at least 14 hours to brew 2 batches. If you expect to brew 2-3 batches a day, you are welcome to consider 3 batches of wineries.
A high-quality, adjustable double-roll mill pulverizes barley to the required coarseness to form grains.
In fact, two tanks are combined into one: in the top unit called the mash/filter container, the grain and hot water are mixed to produce the mash. A transparent substance called wort is extracted from it. The bottom device can hold additional hot water (wine) required for brewing and cleaning.
During the brewing process, the wort and hot and cold water must be able to pass through the brewing chamber easily. The manifold is a nine-valve control station that allows all liquids to be transported in a safe and hygienic manner. This eliminates liquid spills and contamination that may occur when connecting or disconnecting hoes and clamps or using swing arm panels.
Here, the wort is boiled and mixed with hops to add bitterness and aroma to the mixture. According to the customer's preference, the brewing kettle can be directly heated by gas or steam. It is clad in stainless steel and copper, or with a classic onion-shaped dome.
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Using tap water, chilled water, ethylene glycol or a combination of the three, this compact device can effectively cool the wort before transferring it to the fermenter. The excess hot water is also returned to the hot water (wine) tank for the next brewing.
Here, yeast is added to the wort to create the unique composition and flavor of beer. If required, our special design allows fermentation, aging, carbonation and storage in one tank. This saves the winemaker's time and minimizes space. The temperature of the fermentation tank is individually controlled.
Copper fermentation tank
At this stage, the yeast is removed from the mixture and a clear beer is drunk. Plate and frame or horizontal diatom filters are used to recover every drop of beer to minimize and filter the products used for packaging.
200L copper beer equipment
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