Micro Brewery

Micro Brewery

Machine Type: Automatic
Power Consumption: 1.8-2.5kW
Voltage: 220V-380V
Heating method: Steam heating, Electric heating, direct fire heating
Control method: Automatic control, Siemens brand
Service: Engineer go abroad make service.
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Product Details

Our brewery equipment (with daily output capacity from 200 litres to 2000 litres) are produced by our manufacturers as per our design and under our supervision. The equipment are manufactured and installed as per the space availability and hence it can be installed anywhere. Through the use of state of the art technologies in design, engineering, and fabrication, we offer complete services from project conception to beer production.


Main capacity machine of micro brewery: 3 BBL 5BBL 7BBL 10BBL 15BBL
5 BBL completely transparent micro brewery equipment

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7 BBL copper material micro brewery

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10 BBL 3 vessels micro brewery equipment

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The production specification

Item

Name

Size

Qty

Brewhouse system

Malt mill machine

150/300/500/1000KG

1

Mash tun&Brew kettle

2BBL 3BBL, 5BBL10BBL, 20BBL

1

Lauter &whirlpool

2BBL 3BBL, 5BBL10BBL, 20BBL

1

Plate heat exchanger

1-15m2/h

1

Pump

1-5m3/h

1

Fermentation system

Fermentation tank

2BBL 3BBL, 5BBL10BBL, 20BBL

2pcs or 4pcs or 6pcs

Yeast adding tank

1-100L

1

Wort aerator

3m3/h

1

Cooling system

Chiller

3HP, 5HP, 10HP

1

Glycol tank

2BBL 3BBL, 5BBL10BBL, 20BBL

1

Pump for glycol tank

1-5m3/h

1

CIP Cleaning system

Alkali tank-Electric heating

50L-500L

1

Sterilization tank

50L-500L

1

Pump

1-3m3/h

1

Control system

Semi-automatic/PLC Siemens

1


Product Details:
Stainless steel vessels cladded with copper electro polished sheets or food grade stainless steel material sheets.

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The steam boiler have the CE and UL certification.

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The sieve plate are milled and 3mm thickness.

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The delivery time
40 days total after you pay the balance money.


More tips for the aspiring microbrewer:
1. The rate at which you can learn is proportional to how often you can brew. Consider how much time you have after family and other commitments.
2. Visit as many breweries as you can and offer yourself for unpaid work.
3. Don't blow your capital all at once – used equipment is generally fine for starting a microbrewery.
4. If you already have a steady income or small business, keep it going to subsidise your first brews.
5. Finding suitable, affordable premises is tricky – keep an eye out for former dairies and empty schools.
6. Know the competition well and imagine it doubled when looking ahead.
7. Only deliver to those pubs that pay promptly – don't believe promises of later payment.
8. Make the beer you’ve always wanted to make – it's about craft, not consensus.


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