Fermentation Tank and Brite Beer Tank
In particular, a newborn beer requires to be filtered into a complex, seasoned draft that takes on a range of ships and procedures when the fermentation method is complete. A uni-tank is a tank for fermentation which works in a tank both main and secondary and aging. The conical fermentation vessel and conditioning tank are also used by other craft breweries for aging and maturing. Often referred to as a “brite” beer tank, serving tank or secondary tank, the bright tank is the vessel where beer can be stored for containing and bottling and packaging after main fermentation and filtering, and thus further mature, clarifies and carbonates. Bright tanks of beer can even be used as serving ships in brewpubs.
The method and hygiene demands are satisfied by the fermentation tanks and bright beer tanks. The fully automated temperature control system enables the brewer to get the refrigeration profile needed. The unique outlet guarantees minimum product loss during transmission. The tanks and the process can be cleaned entirely without dead legs during CIP.