Braumeister 200L Brewery build

Because the 200 L and 500 L units are a different league, we'll grant them their own sub-forum.
Luis Coentrao
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Model: 50 litres (2015)
Location: Porto, Portugal

Re: Braumeister 200L Brewery build

Unread post by Luis Coentrao »

Nice :beer:

The big isobaric fermentor in the left is your primary and the others are the conditioning tanks from where you'll pull the beer to the taps?

Wollenbizzle

Re: Braumeister 200L Brewery build

Unread post by Wollenbizzle »

Hi Luis,

We have 6 x primary fermenters (on the right of the photo) which we will double batch into using the 200L Brau. We will then transfer them to the large tank on the far left (Our brite tank) for Carbonation/Condition/Packaging into kegs. The reason the brite tank is twice the size of the fermenters is so that we can transfer two fermenters into one batch.

Luis Coentrao
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Joined: Wed Mar 26, 2014 8:07 pm
Model: 50 litres (2015)
Location: Porto, Portugal

Re: Braumeister 200L Brewery build

Unread post by Luis Coentrao »

Great.
And, how will you carbonate? Priming sugar/wort or forced CO2?

bigcubez
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Re: Braumeister 200L Brewery build

Unread post by bigcubez »

Looks good mate. I'm about to set up one very similar

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philip500
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Re: Braumeister 200L Brewery build

Unread post by philip500 »

Very nice setup! Thanks for sharing

Question, how do you aerate your wort properly? Oxygen or air? Any additional equipment you bought for this?

Cheers

Philip

egarcia

Re: Braumeister 200L Brewery build

Unread post by egarcia »

Hey Wollenbizzle, very nice setup!
I've been brewing with a BM20 for about 2 years, here in Pickering, Ontario. I would love to go by your brewery to take a look at the 200L, and off course try a couple of pints :-)
What's the name of your place? Are you operating the 200L already?

cheers!

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