Brewing Equipment Stock of Trusted Supplier

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I’m going to list some brewing equipment stock of trusted supplier; I know from China.  As many of you know, I’m a British brewing consultant based in The Middle Kingdom.

I help people with their brewing projects; putting equipment lists together based on the scope given to me, and then sourcing the items needed.

I work with several trusted suppliers, dependent on the budget. Well, one of these brewing equipment manufacturers has some new equipment in stock ready-to-go.

These are either items kept in stock at all times, because they are always in demand. Or, its equipment ordered; which the client didn’t go through to the final purchase of. So, now this equipment is for general sale.

I’ll try and keep this page as simple as possible. So, let’s start with a table of the equipment currently in stock.

Brewing Equipment Stock of Trusted Supplier – The List

This is a list of equipment the supplier has. Underneath we go into more detail about much of the equipment. This equipment supplier is one I’ve worked with on a few projects, and always been happy with the results.

Brewing Equipment Stock of Trusted Supplier - The Main List - Final

The 5HL (4.25-US Barrel) Brewhouse Unit (USD$ 18,855 – AUD$ 28,017)

This 500-liter steam heating brewhouse has a combined mash/kettle plus, a lauter/whirlpool. A brewhouse design, known as a “German System”.

So, it’s a 3-vessel system on a 2-vessel footprint. The mash/kettle has a paddle to aid mixing of the mash.

Water is heated in the mash/kettle, to be used for brew days. For both mashing-in and sparging, with the water pushed around as needed.

Brewing Equipment Stock of Trusted Supplier - 500L Brewhouse Unit - Side View

Some of the brewhouse is hard-piped, as you can see in the picture. It is though, very much a manual system.

When mashing-in, a brewer will need to add the water in first, and then add the malt. The heat exchanger is a two-stage, using both mains water and glycol to chill the wort. It also comes with a wort aeration unit too.

Price is USD$ 18,825 or AUD$ 28,017, if you would like to inquire about this brewhouse unit please email me at:

neil@asianbeernetwork.com

The 5Bbl (5.87-Hectoliters) Brewhouse Unit (USD$ 26,875 – AUD 39,985)

This brewhouse unit is 5 US-Barrels (5.87HL). It’s a 3-vessel brewhouse; with mash mixer, lauter tun and combined kettle/whirlpool.

Brewing Equipment Stock of Trusted Supplier - 5Bbl. Brewhouse Unit - True Front View

It comes with a heat exchanger, even if it can’t be seen in the picture. There’s a wort grant, stationed between the lauter tun and the kettle.

There are two working platforms plus, two-manifolds for directing water and wort where needed.

Much of this brewhouse is hard-piped for ease of use. Still, this is a manual brewhouse, as is. However, a level of automation can be added, as required.

Also, to be seen in the picture are diaphragm valves. These valves allow for fine control of water/wort speed by a brewer, during brew day.

Sanitary Diaphragm Valve Used in the Brewery

The price of this unit is USD$ 26,875 or AUD$ 39,985. For more information on this brewhouse, please get in touch:

neil@asianbeernetwork.com

Here are some more pictures of the system below.

Brewing Equipment Stock of Trusted Supplier – 50 and 100-Liter Fermentation Vessels

Please see the photos below of the 50 and 100-liter fermentation vessels (FV’s) available. There are 30 x 50-liter FV’s and 4 x 100-liter FV’s available.

Both sized tanks have a working pressure of 2-Bar (30 Psi). So, natural carbonation towards the end of the fermentation, is possible

Please note: These vessels don’t come with spunding valves, as standard.

The tanks are jacketed, and all have a top manways for adding dry-hop plus, adjuncts as needed.

For further information and pictures of these FV’s, please get in touch. The price for the 50-liter FV’s is USD$1,075 (AUD$ 1,600) and USD$ 1,400 (AUD$ 2,083) for the 100-liter tanks.

Brewing Equipment Stock of Trusted Supplier – 500-Liter Pot Still (USD$20,100 – AUD$29,915)

The brewing equipment manufacturer also makes smaller craft distilling equipment too. Here we’ll look at their 500-liter pot still. Please see the table below for technical specifications.

500-Liter Pot Still - Content

Here are some images of the still for you to have a look at:

The price is USD$20,100 – AUD$29,915 for this 500-liter pot still. If you’re interested and want more infromation please get in touch at:

neil@asianbeernetwork.com

300-Liter Mobile Steam Still (USD$ 33,975 – AUD$ 50,565)

There’s also another still for sale, this one is a 300-liter mobile (on wheels) steam heated still. For the technical specifications, please see the table below:

300-Liter Still Information

Here is a video of the still, which I uploaded to YouTube…

Some more pictures of the 300-liter mobile steam still:

The price is USD$33,975 – AUD$50,565 for this 300-liter mobile still. If you’re interested and want more infromation please get in touch at:

neil@asianbeernetwork.com

Brewing Equipment Stock of Trusted Supplier – Round-Up

I plan to add more information of other equipment seen in the table below. For example, I have some pictures of the 500-liter yeast assimilation tanks.

Brewing Equipment Stock of Trusted Supplier - The Main List - Final

If in the meantime you’re interested in any of the equipment listed above, please get in contact, my email is:

neil@asianbeernetwork.com

Or you can message me directly on your preferred network. Simply scan the relevant QR code below, add me and then send me a message. Thanks for reading and have a great day.

Neil Playfoot

Neil is a brewer with 25 years international brewing experience. Based out of China (first came in 2010) he works as a brewing consultant helping brewers with their projects and brewing processes. To find out what services Neil can provide your brewery please click here. If you'd like to contact Neil you can email at neil@asianbeernetwork.com.
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