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Ale VS Lager

Ale vs Lager

As a beer lover, it’s a very happy time to live with local breweries everywhere and with so many great craft beers to choose from. But it’s easy to feel overwhelmed when faced with such a wealth of options: Pearson, IPA, Box, Brown, Stout, Porter, and more. Although there are many different types of beer,

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Brewing with reverse osmosis filtered water

brewing with reverse osmosis filtered water

BREWING WITH REVERSE OSMOSIS FILTERED WATER Water is the most important of all the countless ingredients that go into the beer brewing process. The mix of chemicals and mineral ingredients interacts with each other and defines the style of beer it composes. Water treatment is a process more and more brewers are considering as they

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Reasons why breweries choose plate heat exchangers

7 reasons why breweries choose plate heat exchangers

Plate heat exchangers and shell and tube heat exchangers are the two most common types of heat exchangers, and they both provide a lot when you want to heat or cool wort during processing. Heat exchangers work by transferring thermal energy from one medium to another through tubes or plates. However, in certain applications, plate

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How to Clean and Maintain Your Plate Heat Exchanger

Heat Exchanger Plate Cleaning Method

Heat exchangers are used to optimize heat transfer from one gas or liquid to another during processing and cleaning in place (CIP). Fouling or aging can result in degraded heat exchanger performance and additional operating and energy costs to compensate for the difference in target temperature. Therefore, the cleaning and maintenance of the heat exchanger

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Guide to Plate Heat Exchangers

Guide to Plate Heat Exchangers

One of the most popular products offered by heat transfer systems is the plate heat exchanger. This type of heat exchanger has a unique design and offers several advantages to industries that rely on them for their day-to-day operations. When it comes to selecting and purchasing a heat exchanger, there are many options on the

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What heat exchangers can a brewery use

What heat exchangers can a brewery use?

When brewing quality beer, a strict brewing process needs to be followed and temperature is strictly controlled. With the growing popularity of craft beer, microbreweries, and products made from all-natural ingredients, brewery operations need to be as efficient as possible to keep up with the competition. Whether you’re producing beer or cider, one of the

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What are the different types of heat exchangers

What are the different types of heat exchangers?

HEAT EXCHANGER Heat exchanger both cool and heat fluids bypass hot and cold fluids across opposite sides of a piece of metal. The heat from one fluid is transferred through metal (which conducts heat well) into another fluid without them in fluid contact. High fluid velocity, high turbulence, high surface area contact, and larger temperature

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Commonly used chemicals in brewery CIP cycle

Commonly used chemicals in brewery CIP cycle

As a brewer, you need to understand that a hygienic brewing environment is very important to ensure the quality of your beer, which is where a good clean-in-place (CIP) system comes in. A good CIP system needs the associated chemicals to clean the brewery equipment. The CIP system is a cleaning method mainly used to

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What you need to know when considering a CIP system

What you need to know when considering a CIP system

Often a clean-in-place (CIP) system is chosen to automate some part of the cleaning process of brewery equipment. In some cases (such as large silos or long pipes), the design of the equipment leaves you no choice but to utilize CIP for cleaning. In other cases, CIP systems are installed to reduce cleaning time or

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Design principles for clean-in-place (CIP) systems

Design principles for clean-in-place (CIP) systems

A clean-in-place (CIP) system is a combination of mechanical components and equipment used to combine water, chemicals, and heat to create a cleaning solution. These chemical cleaning solutions are pumped or circulated by the CIP system through other systems or equipment and clean the brewery equipment. A good clean-in-place (CIP) system starts with great design

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