Author Topic: BOOKS about desingning parameters of microbrewery  (Read 4499 times)

DANIEL

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BOOKS about desingning parameters of microbrewery
« on: March 14, 2005, 11:21:16 AM »
HI to everyone, Id like to know if u can advise me some books about designig parameters of microbrewery equpments, like diameter, height of the conicakl fermenters, desingning parameters for the whirlpool tank, I m asking about this, because now, I wanna to enlarge my small equipments for a size of batch of 250 litres per day. Thanks for all ur help, and I hope u can help me.

George

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Re: BOOKS about desingning parameters of microbrew
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2005, 02:26:08 AM »
Look for book - Wolfgang Kunze "Technologie Brauer und Malzer" = "Technology of brewery and malt"
BLV Berlin 1998
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George

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Re: BOOKS about desingning parameters of microbrew
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2005, 10:09:17 AM »
Yes, this is very good book.
Now I read it by Russian.
But price is very hight ~ 100$

SAHomeBrew

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Re: BOOKS about desingning parameters of microbrew
« Reply #3 on: July 05, 2005, 07:45:27 AM »
Most custom designed breweries are just that customed designed... I was trying to start a brewpub and looked at new equipment, and they (Specific) designed it around the space I had i.e. beer brite tanks were tall and skinny because of the ceiling height compared to floor space (and to make it look right for the building i.e. tall ceiling and short tanks make the tanks look small).

In short I don't know if your going to find a book with it has to be so high x so wide because I don't think there is one. If you contact Specific (or another manufacturer) they may have some guidelines.

Hope it helps

p.s. Brewpub never got off the ground because invester had less money than I did. What a putz.

 

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