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Micet Craft is a professional manufacturer of distillery equipment, and our mission is to provide distilleries and enthusiasts around the world with the absolute highest quality distillery equipment on the market today. We can handle all aspects of brewery construction from design to manufacturing to installation and training, so you can focus more on brewing technology. Additionally, we will dimension and install your boiler and cooling system.

When you think of distillation, you probably think of old-fashioned copper distillery equipment. If you’re distilling alcohol, your wash will contain some nasty sulfur compounds that form during fermentation. You need copper to help neutralize these sulfur compounds and improve the taste and smell of the final product, so copper is the material of choice in any moonshine distillery equipment. Copper has other benefits as well. Copper conducts heat better than stainless steel, which saves time on initial heating, but it also means increased heat loss as well. Copper is easier to build for a novice as it is a much softer metal than stainless steel and is more readily available.

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1000L Distillery Equipment

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John Doe
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When we started our distillery program, we approached several distilled spirits manufacturers and suppliers, who unanimously recommended Micet Craft like us. The Micet Craft team spent a lot of time understanding our options and designing custom distilling equipment for us, a big thanks to them for their hard work. Now that our distillery is open, the distilling equipment helps us produce our award-winning vodka and rum.
Geoff Stewart
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Peter from Micet Craft was very knowledgeable and helpful during the inspection phase of the distilling equipment. He provided us with all the specifications of the distilling equipment so that we could buy the right boiler and pre-organize all our electrical, steam, and plumbing. This allowed us to have the equipment up and running within 5 months. In our research on distilling equipment manufacturers, we found that their quotes and delivery times are unmatched, we are satisfied with the quality and maintain an ongoing partnership with them for our other equipment needs. We highly recommend their products and invite anyone interested in getting a sample of their equipment to visit our winery.
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If you’re serious about your dreams, you’re going to need some basic equipment. When we say basic, we mean it, which is pretty much the bare minimum. So depending on what you want to extract, how much you want to produce, and what your process requires, you may need to adjust this list.
  • Source of water: Alcohol cannot be made without water. Distillation is essentially a process of adding and subtracting it throughout the production process, so you need a good source of water for your still. You can use limestone-rich water from streams or aquifers.
  • Heating unit: A heating unit is something you put the grain in with some H2O to heat everything to a certain temperature for a specified amount of time. It helps to install some piping in the cooker and send the cooked mixture to the fermenter, but the pump will suffice.
  • Fermentation tank: A fermentation tank is a large vessel in which you ferment grains, yeast, and water slurry. Yeast consumes sugar and produces alcohol in the process. After a few days (depending on your process) you will run the rest through the still.
  • Distilling equipment: This should go without saying, but to be more thorough, you will need a still to make drinkable alcohol. Also, it probably doesn’t hurt to install a drain on your floor to dispose of waste.
Yes. Not only does it cost more to open a distillery than a brewery, but you also have to comply with more norms, which means more inspections. And since spirits require a higher certification, everything in and around your building will meet higher safety standards, which means more time and money. Not to mention you’ll pay more tax on spirits than on beer.
Not at all. While there’s a huge boom right now, that’s not to say there isn’t more room to grow. Look at the craft breweries, new breweries are opening every week and the numbers are growing, as are craft spirits.
The price of commercial brewery equipment depends on whether you buy new equipment or second-hand equipment. Of course, the price is also related to the size (capacity) of the brewery. You can buy the smallest capacity commercial brewery equipment (10bbl). If you buy second-hand equipment, the price will not exceed $100,000. The price of Micet Craft’s new equipment is between 55,000 and 80,000 US dollars. So, the price of Micet Craft’s brewery equipment is competitive. We can provide you with brewery equipment up to 80bbl. You tell us your requirements for the brewery project. Our engineers will provide you with turnkey solutions and competitive prices.
Micet Craft can provide commercial brewery equipment for 2 vessels, 3 vessels, and 4 vessels. Of course, this manufactured according to your requirements. The capacity of equipment for different numbers of ships is different. The largest 4-vessel brewery equipment has a capacity of 80bbl. We can also provide you with a turnkey solution. Of course, we will also help you design the location of the brewery equipment for free.
Most newly opened commercial breweries will set the size of the brewhouse to 10-30 barrels (1 barrel = 31.5 gallons = 2 big kegs = 240 pints of beer) and have fermentation tanks and bright tanks of the same size.
For new breweries whose sales and growth cannot be determined, adjusting the size of the brewery is a balance. In the beginning, using a relatively large brewhouse will put pressure on the initial expenditure, and using a smaller system will make it difficult to meet the demand and increase the cost of each batch of raw materials. You need to combine your brewing process and business growth to estimate the size of your brewhouse.
Considering the available space in the brewery, if there is not much space to add more fermentation tanks and bright tanks in the future, it is unwise to start with a large brewing system. You also need to combine the available space in the brewery and local regulations to determine the size of the brewhouse.
Commercial beer like craft beer, is produced through the brewing steps of grinding, mashing, filtering, boiling, fermenting, conditioning, filtering, and packaging. However, commercial beer may add some other accessories (such as rice, corn, etc.) to supplement the sugar, so the taste is worse than that of craft beer.
Starting a brewery is definitely all about making your own brewery a success and serving more people with delicious craft beer. But what should be done to be successful? You can refer to the following suggestions:
  • Base yourself on a niche market
  • Arm yourself with a solid brewery business plan
  • Know your budget and costs
  • Find a strong partner
  • Embrace new brewing techniques
  • Expect growth, don’t overextend
  • Maintain consistent quality
  • Take care of your business
  • Know the rules and follow them
If you want to learn more about how to make your brewery successful, you can read our “Tips for successfully operating a brewery” article.
The answer to this question varies depending on the type of beer brewed. For a better understanding, let’s familiarize yourself with how long it takes to brew the most common styles of beer:
  • Lager: 1 to 4 weeks. Because lager beer takes a long time to prepare.
  • New England Style IPA: 1 to 2 weeks.
  • West Coast Style IPA: 10 to 14 days.
  • English-style IPA: On average, an English-style IPA can be fermented for up to 10 days, then 5 to 6 days with the addition of dry hops.
As you can see, there is no one perfect answer to this question. It varies based on the style of beer and the specific brewing process, as every brewery will be different. Because commercial breweries need to brew so many beers, they optimize the brewing process and shorten the brewing world to meet market demands.
If you’re serious about your dreams, you’re going to need some basic equipment. When we say basic, we mean it, which is pretty much the bare minimum. So depending on what you want to extract, how much you want to produce, and what your process requires, you may need to adjust this list.
  • Source of water: Alcohol cannot be made without water. Distillation is essentially a process of adding and subtracting it throughout the production process, so you need a good source of water for your still. You can use limestone-rich water from streams or aquifers.
  • Heating unit: A heating unit is something you put the grain in with some H2O to heat everything to a certain temperature for a specified amount of time. It helps to install some piping in the cooker and send the cooked mixture to the fermenter, but the pump will suffice.
  • Fermentation tank: A fermentation tank is a large vessel in which you ferment grains, yeast, and water slurry. Yeast consumes sugar and produces alcohol in the process. After a few days (depending on your process) you will run the rest through the still.
  • Distilling equipment: This should go without saying, but to be more thorough, you will need a still to make drinkable alcohol. Also, it probably doesn’t hurt to install a drain on your floor to dispose of waste.
Yes. Not only does it cost more to open a distillery than a brewery, but you also have to comply with more norms, which means more inspections. And since spirits require a higher certification, everything in and around your building will meet higher safety standards, which means more time and money. Not to mention you’ll pay more tax on spirits than on beer.
Not at all. While there’s a huge boom right now, that’s not to say there isn’t more room to grow. Look at the craft breweries, new breweries are opening every week and the numbers are growing, as are craft spirits.

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1500L Kombucha Equipment

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200L Kombucha Equipment In France

Kombucha Fermenter has been making waves as the latest go-to health beverage, which is made by fermenting sweetened tea with starter kombucha and Scoby, or symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast.

1000L kombucha equipment in France

KOMBUCHA FERMENTER 1000L Kombucha fermenter has been making waves as the latest go-to health beverage, which is made by fermenting sweetened tea with starter kombucha and Scoby, or symbiotic colony

Brewing Technical Guide

What is a turnkey brewing system

what is a turnkey brewing system ?

The brewing industry is a complex industry and competition is global. The process of implementing a turnkey brewery system is complex. It starts with determining your own production capacity, developing

How to clean a fermentation tank

how to clean a fermentation tank

The dirt on the walls of the fermenter is a mixture of inorganic and organic matter, which is difficult to clean with a single cleaning agent. If only caustic soda

What is the purpose of beer fermentation

what is the purpose of beer fermentation

Fermentation is the process by which yeast converts glucose in wort into ethanol and carbon dioxide gas. Gives beer both alcohol content and carbonation. To start the fermentation process, the

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If you are planning to open a distillery and need distillery equipment, please contact us. Micet Craft will design and provide a complete distillation system for you according to your budget, and we will provide you with a complete turnkey service, giving you more time to delve into winemaking techniques.
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