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News from February 2016

Top Ten Mistakes in Brewery CIP System Designs

Thursday, 25 February 2016 by System Administrator

A brewery will ultimately live and die by its ability to brew quality, consistent batches of beer.  However, even a skilled Brewmaster with the best recipes, superior ingredients and finest equipment cannot overcome the distasteful effects of improperly cleaned equipment.

The CIP process isn’t rocket science, but it does have its intricacies.  No matter how many gallons of chemicals you throw at it, you will not be able to overcome a poorly designed system. 

Graham Broadhurst, Sprinkman’s Director of Brewing Operations and a 30-year veteran of brewery designs, compiled a list of CIP design pitfalls to avoid:

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