Compact brewhouse aims for independent brewing

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Compact-sized frame-based construction, plus standardised vessels for mashing, lautering and wort-boiling, are salient features of the latest...

Compact-sized frame-based construction, plus standardised vessels for mashing, lautering and wort-boiling, are salient features of the latest innovation from Steinecker (part of Krones): the CombiCube B brewhouse. It is designed for an annual production output of up to 150,000hl.

The target group for this new combination of brewing vessels is first small and mid-tier breweries which intend to modernise their kit. But it is also aimed at breweries with larger annual outputs which wish to produce their seasonal and speciality beers in a separate process. With an output of up to six brews a day, the compact brewhouse can complement the larger systems. Depending on the mashing process selected, a maximum of four vessels can be used at will either as a mash kettle, a mash/wort copper, a lauter tun, or a mash/lauter tun, complemented by the whirlpool.

The vessels feature some familiar Steinecker technology: the agitator of the mash kettle, the design of the heating surfaces in the ShakesBeer, the Stromboli Venturi jet for the wort-boiling process and the Pegasus raking blades, which ensure uniform permeability of the grain bed.

The prefabricated piping system, and its integration into a frame-based construction, mean short commissioning times enabling the brewhouse to be installed on a minimal footprint.

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