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    Lightbulb 3-5 BBL Nano Brewhouse

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    American Beer Equipment's BrewPilot series was designed and engineered for both small, start-up breweries and for bigger, established companies that are looking for a test system. The manual control system allows for both more complete control of the brewing process and reduces costs.

    A.B.E. is based in Lincoln, Nebraska, and employs nearly 100 assembly techs, degreed engineers, customer support staff and more to ensure that you get the best equipment built with cutting edge technology and techniques.

    At A.B.E., our commitment to customer service does not stop with the sale. If you have a question, help is always a phone call, text or email away.

    Cheers!
    The A.B.E. Team
    402-475-BEER (2337)
    info@americanbeerequipment.com

    Features:
    - Completley Self-Contained, Turn Key Brewhouse
    - 1.5 Inch Piping
    - Pump Specs, VFD
    - CIP Sight Glass
    - Condensate Stag Drip
    - Adjustable Leveling Feet
    -Front Facing, Grain Out Door
    - Heat Exchanger
    - Manual Controls with Digital Thermomenters and Pump Controls
    - Steam, Direct or Indirect Electric Heating
    - Affordably-Priced, Includes Standard A.B.E. Warranties

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    Equipment Details

    The BrewPilot System is a manual 3-5 BBL brewhouse that put commercial brewing within reach of starting brewers, or works as a great small BBL system for established breweries. Click on the photos to visit our website and learn more about the BrewPilot system.

    Photo Descriptions: 1) Every BrewPilot comes with a wort grant tank. 2) Although it's a manual system, the inside of each mash tun has a Vorlauf tube and splash plate, sparge ring and CIP ball. 3) The Manual Control Center gives you maximized control over your brewing process. 4) Tucked away behind the lauter tun and control center is the transfer pump, heat exchanger, condenser column.

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    Customer Systems

    When we say nano brewing system, we mean nano! Our 3-5 BBL Brewpilot systems are small enough to deliver on the back of a flatbed, but rugged enough to handle any workload you toss its way! Click on the photos for more information.

    Photo Descriptions: 1) The finishing touches are being put on this system before it heads across the pond to the UK! 2) Steeple Brewing in Hastings, Nebraska was excited to pick up their new brewing system around the holidays.

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    A.B.E. - 2017 Craft Brewers Convention



    What an incredible year this has been so far. We look forward to working with all the brewers we met at CBC in Washington, D.C. Take a look at what our current customers had to say!
    Learn more about us at americanbeerequipment.com

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    Custom Brewhouses to fit your brewery!

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    Learn more at AmericanBeerEquipment.com

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    Interested in our products?

    Learn more at americanbeerequipment.com. Request a quote! http://americanbeerequipment.com/request-a-quote/

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