You’ve already made the big investment in your brewhouse and fermenters and are using this equipment to make great beer. But you really need to regularly maintain your brewing equipment for the
How big or small a brewing system do you want to have in place at your planned brewery? That’s a pretty big question to answer and there are lots of factors to
You don’t need to be told the importance of temperature control to make better beer. But until recently glycol systems were only scaled for larger production breweries. Now there is a new
There are quite a few choices when you take a look at how you will supply heating for your start-up Nano Brewhouse. Learn the Pros and Cons to consider when deciding between
Three-vessel brew systems were the norm for all-grain homebrewers for the last few decades. Learn about the various configurations.
The scale is different, however there is a lot of crossover in commercial craft brewing and homebrewing. A pro brewer who still keeps his mash paddle busy at home shares the pieces of equipment he couldn’t brew without, no matter the size of the batch.
Electric brewing has numerous benefits — from being easier and safer to do indoors, less expensive, better efficiency, and easier controls when compared to gas. However, there is as much or more work that goes into setting up an electric brewery — from planning, installing appropriate power supplies, ventilation, and more. We go through what you’ll need to consider if you plan to take your brewing electric.
Wow, this is a fun question and a fun project! Looking at the photos, it appears this vessel was insulated and covered by an outer jacket, essentially a second tank. The inner
Cans have become the packaging of choice for craft brewers over the past decade. More recently they have gained popularity among homebrewers as more single-can seamers hit the market. Crack open a can and take a look at home canning techniques and a comparison of systems for homebrewers.
For those that use a jockey box, most know maintenance can be a pain. A homebrewer decided an upgrade was needed on his with the goal of easy disassembling for cleaning.
The good news is your Nano brewery is going really well. So well you are at capacity with your brewing volumes and really can’t make any more beer on your current system.