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The compact Brewhouse section consists of two universal apparatus: Mash-Lauter tun (M-L) and Kettle-Whirlpool tun (K-W). Both devices are able for heating, which gives a wide range of opportunities for the implementation of creative ideas of brewers. Small dimensions and well-thought-out piping system of the “Simple Brew” brewhouses makes the workflow simple and convenient.

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The Brewhouse is designed as a North American wort preparation type, due to that, it is possible to produce beers with high density and beers, which require the use of a large amount of malt. Traditional mashing methods are available too –  whether it is an “infusion” method or a method of “decoction”.

The vapor removal system (steam condenser) will allow you to efficiently evaporate the wort and get rid of unwanted fumes.

The Simple Brew brewhouse allows to make up to 6 batches per day, which significantly affects the overall brewery performance. The piping is designed in such a way that minimizes the oxidation of the wort during its preparation, and the increased number of viewing diopters (both tube located directly in the piping and stationary, which are located directly in the apparatus) will allow you to qualitatively control the progress of all technological processes.

Such combination of brewing vessels allows to reduce the pressure on the wort, by reducing the number of transfers from one apparatus to another, as well as to have the possibility of starting the next batch right after removing the grains from the mash-lauter apparatus (M-L). In addition, the total time required for washing, disinfection, preparation for the next batch. The consumption of detergents and rinsing water is reduced too, which, accordingly, reflected in the profitability of the whole production.

Name Qnt Technical characteristics
  • Brewing section (19 Plato)
1.1 Mash / Lauter tun

V(total) = 290l

V(net) = 200l

– mash  preparation

– filtration

 

1 Stainless steel AISI 304 thickness:

– Inner – 3 mm;

– External – 1 mm;

Н = 2000mm, Ø = 675mm

Thermal insulation (polyurethane foam) – 60 mm;

Configuration:

– rotary  cleaning ball 360°

– manholes – 2 pcs

– motor reducer – 0.75 kW, 380V

– ripper-mixer, wavy knives

– waterjet-cutted lauter tun screen panels

– side and bottom steam jacket for steam heating

– 100% TIG welded joints

– stainless steel heavy duty legs with leveling pad

1.2 Brewing tun / Whirlpool

V(total) = 290l

V(net) = 200l

– boiling

– protein separation

 

1 Stainless steel AISI 304 thickness:

– Inner – 3 mm;

– External – 1 mm;

Н = 2000 mm, Ø = 675 mm

Thermal insulation (polyurethane foam) – 60 mm;

Configuration:

– rotary  cleaning ball 360°

– manhole

– side and bottom steam jacket for steam heating

– 100% TIG welded joints

– stainless steel heavy duty legs with leveling pad

– tangential wort input for whirlpooling

1.3 Piping system

& Hop separator

1 Material: stainless steel AISI 304
1.4 Pumps (Italy) 3
  1. Wort pump P = 0,55kW, 380V
  2. Coolant pump P = 0,75kW, 380V, 2 pcs
1.5 Control panel (manual) 1
  • Automatic mash and boiling temperature controller
  • Adjustable mixer speed drive
1.6 Steam generator 1 Р= 22 kg-steam/hour, Р=18 kW, 380 V
2. Cooling section
2.1 Cooling station 1 Р= 4,2 kW, 380V (for 12 fermenters)

Pumps – 2 pcs, Plastic coolant tank – 1 pc.

2.2 Plate heat exchanger 1 Temperature range: +95 ° C ÷ +15 ° C

Operating environment: wort, water/glycol

  • Fermentation and maturation section
3.1 Cylindrical-Conical Tank

 400l – € 3400

200l – € 3000 

 

  

0 Material: Steel AISI 304:

Inner cone and head – 3 mm;

Inner cylinder – 2 mm;

V total=440l, V net=400l;

H = 1905mm, d = 876mm,

P operational = 0.7-2 atm

Thermal insulation (polyurethane foam) – 80 mm;

Configuration:

  • Rotary cleaning ball
  • Upper or side manhole
  • CIP DN 32
  • Beer discharge nozzle
  • Spiral cooling jacket (cone & cylinder)
  • Pressure relief valve
  • Temperature sensor
  • Butterfly valves
  • Sampling valve
  • St.steel pipe covers
  • Flexible level indicator in stainless steel frame
3.2 Control panel FV

 

 

1 Automated temperature control in fermentation tanks, temperature controller with PID controller Autonics – 6 pcs,

solenoid-operated valve ODE – 7 pcs.

4. Additional technological equipment
4.1 Set of hoses, pipes and

valves

1
  1. Hose for pumping wort into CCT – 1pcs (25 m)
  2. CIP hoses – 2 pcs
  3. Unions for wort pumping DN32 – 1pc.
  4. Sealing DN25(32) – 10 pcs.
  5. Cutoff wheel -1 pc.
  6. Thread-fill tape – 1 pc.
  7. Sateen -2 pc.
  8. Cutoff wheel 120,100,80,40
  9. Inverted bucket steam trap -1 pc.
  10. Coolant pump stand – 2 pc.
  11. Hot water pump stand and cover – 1 pc.
  12. Hose built-up part d25(32)-8 pc,  d8-1 pc.
  13. Keg filling system – 1 pc.
  14. Gofraflex  ½” ВВ-1 pc
4.2 Brewer’s set 1 Refraktometer – 1 pc;

Alcohol thermometer – 1 pc;

Dropper (iodine) – 1 pc;

Wrenches for Bearing Nuts – 1 pc;

Aerometer (0-10%) – 1 pc.

Aerometer (10-20%) – 1 pc.

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Brewery performance depends on the quantity of the Cylindrical-Conical Tanks (CCT):

 

             Average beer production time = 22 days (ale -16 days,  lager – 21,  wheat – 24, dark – 30 days)

 

4 CCT * 400l = 1600l / 22 days = 72l per day * 30 days = 2182 liters per month;

6 CCT * 400l = 2400l / 22 days = 109l per day * 30 days = 3273 liters per month;

8 CCT * 400l = 3200l / 22 days = 145l per day * 30 days = 4364 liters per month;

10 CCT * 400l = 4000l / 22 days = 182l per day * 30 days = 5455 liters per month;

12 CCT * 400l = 4800l / 22 days = 218l per day * 30 days = 6545 liters per month.

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