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MEET THE SDET TEAM AT KIBEX 2024 IN SEOUL, KOREA

KIBEX (Korea International Beer Expo – 대한민국맥주산업박람회) is an event specialized in the global beer industry. Key players worldwide will showcase the latest innovations in products and services, new consumption methods, and styles.This event will be held at the COEX Convention and Exhibition Center, Hall C, 513 Yeongdong-daero, Gangnam-gu, Seoul from April 11th to 13th, […]

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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 2/3/4 VESSEL BREWHOUSE?

The number of vessels in a brewhouse refers to the components that make up the brewing system. Each vessel has a specific function in the beer production process. Let’s explore the differences between 2-vessel, 3-vessel, and 4-vessel brewhouses: 2-Vessel Brewhouse: 3-Vessel Brewhouse: 4-Vessel Brewhouse: Overall Considerations: In summary, the number of vessels in a brewhouse

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BLOCK ‘N TACKLE BREWERY – KINCUMBER, NSW, AUSTRALIA – 500L BREWERY SYSTEM BY SDET

Block ‘N Tackle Brewery is located in Kincumber, NSW, Australia. Craft brewery set up including malt mill, 500L combi brewhouse, 500L stainless steel conical beer fermenter, 1000L stacked fermenters, 500L bright beer tank, brewery CIP, keg washer and filler machine, etc. SDET supplies the whole brewery system from design, layouts, drawings, and manufacturing, to installation,

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WHAT IS A NANOBREWERY?

A nanobrewery is a very small-scale brewery that produces beer in limited quantities, typically much smaller than microbreweries. While there isn’t a strict definition for the term, nanobreweries are generally characterized by their small batch sizes, often brewing on a scale of a few gallons to a few barrels per batch. Key features of nanobreweries

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FERMENTER VS BRITE TANK

Fermenter and brite tank are both key components in the beer brewing process, but they serve distinct roles. Here’s a brief comparison between the two: In summary, the fermenter is primarily used for fermentation, converting wort into beer, while the brite tank is dedicated to the final conditioning, carbonation, and clarification of the beer before

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