Brewhouse production photos Brewhouse production is long process where stainless steel sheets gradually change its shape, transforming into brewhouse vessels. And after a couple of months here we are.. 30HL brewhouse…mash tun, wort-kettle and lauter tun are built/finished and then truck-loaded prior for shipping to customer’s location. You also can see here our manufacturing premises. Our brewhouse […]
10HL-pub brewery Moravia in Stavropol Our new craft brewery installation in entertainment complex Moravia. Brewhouse in decorative finish – combination of stainless steel with brass belts. 20HL-fermenting & conditioning CCT-tanks with stronger insulation.
Most frequent 3-vessel brewhouse design Our most frequently made brewhouse design is 3-vessel: mash/kettle + lauter tun + whirlpool While mash/kettle + lauter tun are on platform. Whirlpool vessel is standing extra, usually in one area with HLT and Wort-Cooler. This setup can perform both infusion and decoction mashing (even tripple decoction if needed). Over 90% of Czech […]
Our new micro brewery equipment project in Venezuela 20 HL 3-vessel brewhouse: mash/kettle + lauter tun + whirlpool for 2 batches daily 40 HL CCT unitanks and 40 HL brite-beer tanks Operation platform pre-designed for future 4-vessel brewhouse expansion: mash tun + lauter tun + wort kettle + whirlpool for 3 batches daily (+1 batch = 50% performance […]
We are going to make another brewer happy with this brand new 10HL-plug & play brewhouse. (complete brewhouse system preassembled at our factory) Plug & Play 10HL-brewhouse on frame ready for shipping. Design is mash/kettle + lauter tun (whirlpool is installed etxra with HLT and wort-cooler). This is preinstalled plug & play system (plug and brew), […]
Starting new brewery is tightly connected with budget available for brewing equipment. This is usually the reason why our customers start with a smaller production capacity than desired and they later expand. However, it’s important to plan your brewery expansion from the very start up, even if you think your starting brewery setup is big enough. […]