Cypress Brewing, a three-year-old brewery based in Edison, N.J., produces several different varieties of beer, including IPAs, stouts and porters. Best sellers include Insane in the Grain, 17 Mile and Runway Model.
An East Coast Brewery implemented a low pressure steam heating system and energy-efficient boiler to help increase its production.Cypress Brewing, Edison, N.J., wanted to go from a two-barrel system to a 20-barrel system. After a review, the three-year-old company installed low pressure steam, cast-iron boiler.
The development of pasteurization as a method to destroy pathogenic bacteria in food and drink and, therefore, aid in food safety, dates back to the 19th century. However, the origins of heating (rather than cooking) food and drink for the purposes of preservation go back to China in the 12th century, where the technique was used to keep wine fresh and drinkable.
Used for the separation of dissimilar products, the D4 Series helps maximize productivity and provide reduced product and personnel risk across the food and beverage, dairy, personal care and brewing process industries.
Preinsulated piping allows brewery to accommodate explosive growth while maintaining the critical cold temperatures needed for craft beer production.
April 1, 2018
In its first year of business in 2012, Lakewood Brewing Co. produced just less than 3,000 barrels of craft beer. Now, only five years later and with rapid building and production expansion behind them, Lakewood is brewing more than 10,000 barrels per year.
When an important calculation for a new controls solution was overlooked, the result threatened to keep a new aging tank for a brewery offline. Substituting solenoid valves with built-in power management brought the equipment online.
Not many Americans like warm beer — except, of course, process cooling engineers who work for breweries. They know that maintaining elevated temperatures within a metal tank in the brewhouse is critical throughout much of the fermentation process.
Breweries need power to produce their products, and power plants need consistent, high quality water to operate effectively. Because source water varies based on location, water chemistry and time of year, a power station for a major brewer in North America turned to two experienced process industries suppliers to deliver a means to a flavorful, robust and satisfying end.