Pro Brewing Systems
A Growing Demand for Craft Beer
There are thousands of craft breweries around the world, with more opening up every day. The demand is there. The time is now. Let’s get serious about building your dream brewery. Whether you are just getting started, or are already expanding your brewery, we have the equipment and engineering that can take you to the next level.
THE MOST COMPETITIVE PRO BREWING SYSTEM RATES.
Our Brewery Design Consultants are some of the best in the business. If you are ready to
take your brewing to the next level, we are ready to start the conversation.
Why Choose our Pro Brewing Equipment?
- HEAT CONTROL:
Our brewing systems provide the ability to control heat from 0 to 100% (either in 1% increments on our Advanced panel, or infinitely adjustable with the dial on our basic panels.
We provide GFCI breakers that meet the NEC requirements for protection of human life on each element circuit for safety and better reliability in a wet brewery environment.
Our brewing systems have separate GFCI breakers. On the rare chance that an element fails, your panel will still function,
and your brew session can continue.
- INNOVATIVE DESIGNS, LARGE BREWERY TECHNOLOGIES:
Our systems have all of the features and benefits of industrial scale brewing equipment, engineered into small brewery systems.
- EASY TO CLEAN:
Our systems have sanitary construction with food grade valves, sanitary welds and tri clamp fittings.
Spend less time cleaning, and more time brewing delicious brew.
Our brewing systems are engineered to commercial standards and are built to last.
- WORT PROTECTION:
Our Ultra-Low watt density elements, plus our ability to lower the element's power (which makes the watt density proportionally lower with our 0-100% adjustment), there is no scorching or off flavors.
- DEPENDABLE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS:
Unlike our competitors, our brewing systems have solid state relays, with no moving parts.
These relays have a much longer lifespan, and will require little to no maintenance.
- LOW COST TO VENT THE STEAM:
With our brew kettles, you use a low cost condensate stack or steam condenser to vent the steam.
Steam MUST be properly ventilated to avoid serious mold and potential health safety issues in your building.