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Part-2

Whether a brewery has two or five vessels in their Brewhouse, there are  five key process steps that cannot be skipped, truncated, avoided, or bypassed:  Milling and weighing up, Mashing, Wort extraction(including spent grains removal), Wort boiling, Wort cooling (including trub separation). Generally speaking, these steps create one linear brew cycle. In this second installment in our series of articles about ways to get more production out of your brewhouse, we will be discussing boiling, whirlpooling and wort cooling.

Inside lauter

Efficient utilization of equipment is a concern in any brewery. Whether large or small: saving time means saving money. The heart of the brewery, the Brewhouse, holds the most opportunity for time savings. Not all suggested solutions require major equipment overhauls or purchases with the right equipment.

W.M. Sprinkman Welcomes National Accounts Manager

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 by System Administrator

Brian armstrong

W.M. Sprinkman Corporation (WMS) is proud to announce and welcome Brian Armstrong as the National Accounts Manager.   Brian will be responsible for sales leadership, concentrating his efforts in serving multi-location customers across the U.S. and Canada in the Dairy, Food and Beverage segments.

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