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Frequently asked questions about bright tank
If you need to pack beer, you usually need a brite tank for every 4-5 fermentation tanks. Beer needs to be stored in the fermentation tank for 10-20 days, while it only needs to be stored in the bright tank for 2 days. This is to make the beer clear and to carbonate the beer.
2.Clarified and complete transfer yeast
The bright tank can help clarify the beer, but also allows you to transfer yeast in a more complete way. When you pull the yeast from the fermentation tank, you will leave a layer of yeast on the fermentation tank. Due to the similar charge, the yeast prevents other yeasts from accumulating, which has a significant effect on the clarity of the beer. The brite tank has a butterfly-shaped bottom, which makes the final flocculated yeast stay at the bottom and cannot enter the package or the final beer of draft beer.
3.Easy to measure the volume of canned beer
Usually, you get 100% beer in the Brite tank, which helps you plan the packaging. Conical storage tanks always leave a part of the beer. This is because the content of yeast sediment will vary. You never know how much beer you want to drink. Due to the known volume, the bright tank can also be easily determined for taxation.
Benefits of using unitank
- Simplicity: Ability to combine fermentation and aging steps, simplifying the brewing process by removing one step. Because of this, breweries can purchase less equipment, saving the brewery money and space. Of course, it also saves time and labor for workers, who don’t need to move beer from one point to another and can also dispense beer directly from the unitank.
- Reduced risk of contamination: Every time beer is removed from the fermenter, it is exposed to air, which leads to dissolved oxygen. This can cause some problems if you plan to pack and distribute beer outside the pub. In addition, beer may be exposed to other contaminants such as microorganisms, and while these organisms are not lethal, they can cause some unpleasant odors. Using unitank reduces this risk of contamination.
Benefits of using a bright tank
- The larger volume of beer production: Some breweries brew very large volumes of beer, and brewing and packaging are two separate processes. In this case, fermenting the beer and serving the beer needs to take place in two separate areas in the brewery, which also makes the use of unitank impractical. The brewery needs to remove the beer from the fermenter and put it into the bright tank. It makes it easier to pack beer and free up fermentation tanks for the next batch, allowing the brewery to produce more beer.
- Improve clarity: Bright beer tanks are called “bright” because the beer they produce is crystal clear. When the beer enters the bright tank from the fermenter, the yeast is first filtered out. This extra layer of filtration produces a clearer beer, which some breweries prefer, before further maturation and carbonation.
Bright tanks are more suitable for mass production, especially those that rely on packaging and transporting most of the product. A brite tank allows you to release more fermentation tanks at once, and because a brite tank can hold more liquid, it is better suited for larger brewery production. In general, if you need to brew more beer, a brite tank might be a good idea.
You also need to consider the time to CIP cycle the brite tank. Also, keep in mind that packaging lines are huge complexes of moving parts that can fail multiple times per run.