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4 Questions When Buying a Lauter Tun

Friday, 26 June 2015 by System Administrator


The Lauter Tun is arguably “the heart of the brewhouse” and where the magic truly happens in the brewing process. Two objectives brewers shoot for here are lauter efficiency and repeatability.

To accomplish this, Sprinkman Brewing Systems prefers a seemingly oversized lauter tun or mash/lauter vessel with automated controls for water distribution.  “The Sprinkman vessels are oversized to great benefit,” according to Daniel Heisler, head brewer at Blackberry Farm Brewery in Walland, TN, “They provide me the ability to have a considerable range of wort gravities for working with average to very high strength beers with ease.  I can keep my mash bed thin, even with high gravity brews.”  Sprinkman’s goal is to provide brewers like Daniel with flexible and highly efficient equipment based on the beers they brew.  Consider asking the following questions when it’s time to find a lauter tun for your system:

A Sneak Peak At Sprinkman Brewing Systems

Tuesday, 28 April 2015 by System Administrator

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Featuring some of the most advanced, most efficient system designs in the industry, our video provides an inside peak at who we are and how our products and services stand out. From superior engineering, manufacturing and installation to maintenance and servicing - it's more than just high quality. It's what we call the Sprinkman difference.

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4 Considerations For Liquor Tank Design

Tuesday, 10 March 2015 by System Administrator

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When designing a new brewhouse, the main focus tends to be on the “sexy” portion of the brewing system…the brewing platform vessels.  That is the fun stuff that plays into a brewer’s dreams and we get it, but we also advise that you don’t take the design of your Hot Liquor Tank (HLT) and Cold Liquor Tank (CLT) for granted.

"There are multiple advantages to a well-designed liquor tank system that can benefit you for years to come”, says Brian Sprinkman, President of Sprinkman Brewing Systems. “Properly designing the placement and functionality of these workhorse tanks should not only include today’s brewing plans, but also future expansions to your operation.”  With that, here are four things to consider for your next liquor tanks:

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