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How to design a brewery and select beer brewing equipment?

Factors to be considered when selecting beer brewing equipment

Take the saccharification pot as an example. When selecting, you need to position the products you need at least according to the following points:

Operation mode: fully automatic, semi-automatic or manual

Production capacity: several batches per day

Operation mode: which heating mode

Product function: simple saccharification or saccharification combined with filtration or other functions; Leaching or boiling

Equipment cost: how much does it cost to buy the equipment

Operation cost: electricity cost, heat energy cost, water consumption

Layout design: how large the site is required; The next flow direction of wort

Key equipment in the brewery

To build a brewery, at least purchase

Raw material processing equipment (malt crushing equipment, conveying equipment, etc.)

Equipment in the saccharification workshop (saccharification tank, filter tank, boiling tank, cyclone sedimentation tank, etc.)

Yeast management equipment (yeast collection tank, yeast expansion tank, etc.)

Fermentation equipment (fermentation tank, sake tank, etc.)

Beer filtration equipment (filter)

control equipment

Cleaning equipment

Filling equipment

If you are running a bar selling homemade beer, you can save raw material processing equipment and filling equipment according to the site and financial conditions.

Key points of design and layout of brewery

A successful brewery layout design needs to consider:

Safety: plant safety and security

Process requirements: equipment type and workshop layout (such as large fermentation tank silo outside the ceiling and cone bottom indoors)

Logistics and supply chain: minimize the transportation of raw materials, minimize the flow of personnel, and facilitate the transportation of raw materials into the factory and products out of the factory

Employees: good working environment

Environment: terrain, environmental conditions, land structure, building height, ventilation in the workshop

Possibility of maintenance: construction or transportation of equipment repair or replacement

Cost effectiveness: minimize floor space

Future expansion (possibility of future construction)

Possibility to support all necessary functions: power lines, water supply systems, etc

Government requirements: fire fighting access, green area, sewage treatment, etc

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