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Thread: New 10 bbl Electric Brewhouse, 100% Efficient. $70k

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    New 10 bbl Electric Brewhouse, 100% Efficient. $70k

    Maximize energy efficiency and minimize up front costs.

    Our immersion-element brewhouse:

    - is essentially 100% efficient
    - heats quickly
    - is controlled via a UL listed touch screen panel with the ability to store your brewing parameters for each recipe
    - is easy to install
    - is cost effective initially and long term
    - is user friendly

    The brewhouse package is turnkey (ends at the brew kettle outlet). We need your specific site information and plans to size the chilling systems.

    You can even log in from home to adjust the fermenter temperatures, start the HLT, check on the current status of the brewery.

    Available in up to 10 bbls (only $70k!)

    We can also size your chilling equipment, offering Thermaline and Pro Refrigeration systems.

    Contact Stout Tanks and Kettles for more information: Click here! Email us for further details

    Stout Tanks and Kettles
    *The Small Brewery Experts
    *Designed in Oregon
    *The Safe Choice
    Last edited by stouttanks; 08-08-2014 at 10:20 AM.

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    Do you have more pictures or detailed specs?

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    Just curious - what kind of heating elements do you use in this brew house?

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    Hi Hangar18,

    We provide 4 each 16.5kw elements for 66kw total in the brew kettle. This will provide about an 8.25% per hour evaporation rate for your boil. The elements themselves are 3 phase, with all stainless steel components, even the base. They are quickly installed and removed via a tri clamp fitting for each one.

    Cheers,

    John/Stout Tanks and Kettles

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    Mash to Boil times

    on the 10bbl system, how long do we expect the Mashout to Boil temp heating to take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJSWalker View Post
    on the 10bbl system, how long do we expect the Mashout to Boil temp heating to take?
    Hi NJS Walker,

    You can set the brew kettle temp to, say, 195F or 200F during sparge. The kettle will heat the wort and maintain it at that temperature throughout sparging. Assuming you maintain the wort at 200F during sparging, then at the end of sparging it would take 10 minutes to get the wort to boil.

    If you left the wort at 150F in the kettle during sparge (I don't know why you would), it would then take 48 minutes to get to a boil from 150F. So, looking at it this way, if your sparge takes 48 minutes or more, you ought to be able to avoid any significant delays in getting to boil by heating the wort during sparge. I hope this makes sense the way I explained it.

    Cheers,

    John/Stout Tanks and Kettles

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    NJS Walker,

    I should also mention we provide a timer function for the HLT. This lets you turn the HLT on an hour or two before you arrive, so you have hot water ready to go when you walk in the door. No waiting for the HLT to heat up. Because it is electrically heated, there are no concerns with heating the tank unattended (whereas with direct fire or steam boilers, you ought to have someone present during operation).

    Cheers,

    John/Stout Tanks and Kettles

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    Number of elements

    How many elements total on this system? boil kettle has 4. how many on the hlt and the mash tun? thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSBru View Post
    How many elements total on this system? boil kettle has 4. how many on the hlt and the mash tun? thanks.
    Hi BSBru,

    We provide 4 each in the BK and HLT. The mash tun gets 1 for a RIMS module if you take that.

    We can provide more specific details directly. Thanks.

    Cheers,

    John/Stout Tanks and Kettles

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    Number of elements

    sure. outlawsbrewing@gmail.com. Would also like a itemized list of what all comes with this. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stouttanks View Post
    Maximize energy efficiency and minimize up front costs.

    Our immersion-element brewhouse:

    - is essentially 100% efficient
    - heats quickly
    - is controlled via a UL listed touch screen panel with the ability to store your brewing parameters for each recipe
    - is easy to install
    - is cost effective initially and long term
    - is user friendly

    The brewhouse package is turnkey (ends at the brew kettle outlet). We need your specific site information and plans to size the chilling systems.

    You can even log in from home to adjust the fermenter temperatures, start the HLT, check on the current status of the brewery.

    Available in up to 10 bbls (only $70k!)

    We can also size your chilling equipment, offering Thermaline and Pro Refrigeration systems.

    Contact Stout Tanks and Kettles for more information: Click here! Email us for further details

    Stout Tanks and Kettles
    *The Small Brewery Experts
    *Designed in Oregon
    *The Safe Choice

    Are you able to provide references to any breweries using this brewhouse?

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    Absolutely I'll PM you to get more details on your location, etc.

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