• Water Treatment System For Brewery

    Water Treatment System For Brewery

    The water across the country varies greatly and the water will have a direct affect on the taste of the beer. Hardness, which is composed of calcium and magnesium ions has to be considered. Many brewers like the water to contain at least 50 mg/l of Calcium, but too much can be detrimental to the flavors because it lowers the pH of the mash. Similarly, a little Magnesium is good, but too much can create a bitter taste. 10 to 25 mg/l of manganese is most desirable.
  • Draught Beer Machine

    Draught Beer Machine

    Draught beer, also spelt draft, is beer served from a cask or keg rather than from a bottle or can. Draught beer served from a pressurised keg is also known as keg beer.
  • Beer Kegs

    Beer Kegs

    A beer tap is a valve, specifically a tap, for controlling the release of beer. While other kinds of tap may be called faucet, valve or spigot, the use of tap for beer is almost universal.
  • Beer Filtration System

    Beer Filtration System

    Beer filtration through candle diatomaceous earth filter is the most common solution of a filtration in a microbrewery of medium and large sizes .
  • Air compressor system

    Air compressor system


    In addition to keg washing and bottling/canning, air compressors are also useful tools for other tasks around the brewery. Aeration is an important process in brewing, which involves adding oxygen to the yeast during fermentation. Compressed air is also used to power machinery during the clarifying process.
  • Accessories and Auxiliary Machines

    Accessories and Auxiliary Machines

    This linear beer canning line is used for filling beer in cans, rinser, filler and seamer are separated unit. It can finish all the process such as washing, filling and sealing.
  • Steam Generator

    Steam Generator

    Steam Generators are the perfect source of high quality saturated steam for micro-breweries, brewpubs and smaller steam brewing systems.
  • Malt Milling System

    Malt Milling System

    The malt processing system includes machines and other equipment that is needed to prepare malt grains before starting the wort production in the brewhouse.
  • Hop Gun System

    Hop Gun System

    “Dry hopping”, also referred to as “cold-hopping” in the business, is a procedure with which precious essential oils are released from the lupulin contained in the hops in beer. Dry hopping is performed after the brewing process in the cold area. At this point in time, the beer is finished but has yet to fully mature.

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