Yeast is the magic catalyst in beer production, and yeast brink storage vessels are not just for the big breweries anymore. An agitated yeast brink that is glycol cooled is an exceptional collection vessel that is available and recommended for any size craft brewery today.
There are several key factors to keep in mind when choosing a yeast storage vessel. Graham Broadhurst, Sprinkman’s Director of Brewing Operations and industry veteran, suggests the following:
A brewery’s fate may ultimately depend on its ability to brew quality, consistent batches of beer. However, even the most skilled brewer, with the best recipes and superior ingredients, cannot overcome the distasteful effects of improperly cleaned equipment. The cleaning process isn’t rocket science, but it can require an inordinate amount of time and labor it to do it effectively and no matter how many gallons of chemicals you throw at it, you will not be able to overcome a poorly designed system.
W.M. Sprinkman Corporation has recently experienced a growth spurt that has mandated many changes in how we manage our work. The cliché that has proved itself very valid is, “What got you here, won’t get you there.”