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20BBL 2vessels Brewhouse with 40BBL Hot Water Tank for Brewery

2000L Micro Beer Equipment

20BBL 2vessels Brewhouse with 40BBL Hot Water Tank for Brewery

Our newest and most popular product in the American market - the 20BBL American saccharification/filter tank, 20BBL boiling/suspension tank, and 40BBL hot water tank combination. This innovative and efficient system is designed to meet the demands of breweries of all sizes with its high efficiency and low cost.

The 20BBL American saccharification/filter tank is specially designed to provide optimum conditions for the saccharification and filtration process. It ensures the production of high-quality beer with its advanced technology and precise control mechanisms. The 20BBL boiling/suspension tank is equipped to handle the boiling and suspension process with ease and efficiency. It is designed to maintain the desired temperature and pressure for the perfect brewing environment.


    A 20-bbl brewing system, therefore, has a capacity to produce 20 barrels of beer per batch. To give you an idea of the scale, that amounts to around 620 U.S. gallons or approximately 2,347 liters of beer per batch.
    1.Components of 20bbl brewing system
    A 20-barrel (bbl) brewing system typically consists of several key components that work together to facilitate the brewing process. While the specific setup may vary depending on the brewery’s preferences and production requirements, here are some common components you would typically find in a 20-bbl brewing system:

    Grain Mill: 
    A grain mill is used to crush malted grains before mashing. It helps expose the starches inside the grains, which are then converted into fermentable sugars during the mashing process.
    Mash Tun: 
    The mash tun is a vessel where the mashing process takes place. It is used to combine crushed malted grains with hot water, allowing enzymes to convert starches into fermentable sugars.
    Lauter Tun: 
    The lauter tun is used to separate the liquid wort (the sugar-rich liquid extracted during mashing) from the solid grain material. It typically contains a false bottom or a filtering system to allow the wort to flow out while retaining the grain.
    Brew Kettle:
    The brew kettle, also known as the boiling kettle, is where the wort is boiled with hops and other ingredients. It serves several purposes, such as sterilizing the wort, extracting hop flavors and bitterness, and concentrating the sugars.
    Whirlpool Tank: 
    The whirlpool vessel is used to separate the hot trub (coagulated proteins and hop residue) from the boiled wort. It creates a swirling motion that causes the trub to settle in the center, allowing cleaner wort to be drawn off.
    Hot Liquor Tank (HLT): 
    The hot liquor tank stores and heats the water used for various purposes in the brewing process, such as mashing, sparging (rinsing the grains), and cleaning.
    Cold Liquor tank(CLT):
    The cold liquor tank store and supply cold water for various purposes during the brewing process, the cold liquor tank plays a crucial role in maintaining temperature control throughout the brewing process, ensuring the proper cooling of wort and providing cold water for cleaning and sparging. It helps brewers achieve consistency and quality in their beer production.
    Fermentation Vessels: 
    These vessels are where the cooled wort is transferred for fermentation. They can be cylindrical or conical in shape and are often made of stainless steel. Yeast is added to the wort in these vessels, allowing fermentation to take place, converting sugars into alcohol and carbon dioxide.
    Yeast Brink: 
    A yeast brink or yeast propagation vessel is used for yeast management and propagation. It allows brewers to prepare and store yeast cultures for pitching into the fermentation vessels.
    Bright Tanks: Bright tanks, also referred to as conditioning tanks or serving tanks, are used for secondary fermentation, carbonation, and conditioning of the beer. They are typically equipped with a carbonation stone and a pressure relief valve to achieve the desired level of carbonation and clarity before packaging.
    Cooling System:
    A 20-bbl brewing system requires a cooling system to control temperatures at various stages of the brewing process. This system may include glycol chillers, heat exchangers, or cooling jackets integrated into vessels to cool the wort, fermenters, and bright tanks.
    Pumps and Piping:
    Pumps and piping are essential for transferring liquids between vessels during the brewing process. They help move hot water, wort, and beer from one vessel to another efficiently and with precise control.
    Control Panel: 
    A control panel is the central hub that allows brewers to monitor and regulate various parameters during the brewing process, such as temperature, pressure, and timing. It provides a user interface to control valves, pumps, and other components.
    Cleaning System: 
    A brewing system requires a cleaning system to ensure proper sanitation and hygiene. This may include CIP systems that use chemicals and high-temperature water to clean vessels, pipes, and other equipment.
    These are some of the core components you would find in a 20-bbl brewing system. Breweries may also have additional equipment such as grain mills, a yeast propagation system, filtration systems, and packaging equipment, depending on their specific needs and production scale.

    Glycation Details


    Fermenter Detail


    Content Gauge


    Inside of FV




    Racking Arm


    Sample Vavle


    Spunding Valve

    product Package

    LCL(Less Container Load)
    1.Pack by EPE(Pearl Wool)
    2.Cover by Plastic Film
    3.Load in Wooden Case
    4. Fix by Attaching Strap in the Case
    5.Close by Nails&tight by attaching strap finally
    FCL(Full Container Load)
    1.Pack by EPE(Pearl Wool)
    2.Cover by plastic film
    3.Fix on the Iron frame attaching strap
    4.Load onto the container
    5.Fix the tank to the wall of container by attaching strap

    Accessories For Auxiliary Machines


    Hops gun


    Plate heating exchanger


    Steam Boiler

    Weld Polishing

    Output/Brew 20 bbl
    Brew/Week 2~6
    Output/Week 40~120 bbl
    Electric Supply 3phase/380(220, 415,440…)v/50 (60)Hz Single Phase/ 220(110, 240…)v/50(60)Hz
    Heating Source Electric/Steam
    Area Request >45M2
    Brewmaster 1

    Note: 1hl=100liter; 1Gallon=3.7854liter; 1Barrel (BBL) =117Liter

    Item Production capacity Volume in US Gallon Heating area Tank diameter Height
    SP-50 50L/day 14US Gallon 0.15㎡ 550mm 1500mm
    SP-100 100L/day 26US Gallon 0.25㎡ 650mm 2000mm
    SP-200 200L/day 53US Gallon 0.25㎡ 850mm 2200mm
    SP-300 300L/day 79US Gallon 0.3㎡ 950mm 2500mm
    SP-500 500L/day 132US Gallon 0.5㎡ 1160mm 2800mm
    SP-600 600L/day 158US Gallon 0.6㎡ 1220mm 2350mm
    SP-700 700L/day 185US Gallon 0.7㎡ 1250mm 2380mm
    SP-800 800L/day 212US Gallon 0.8㎡ 1260mm 2400mm
    SP-1000 1000L/day 264US Gallon 1.0㎡ 1360mm 3000mm
    SP-1500 1500L/day 396US Gallon 1.5㎡ 1520mm 2900mm
    SP-2000 2000L/day 528US Gallon 2.0㎡ 1760mm 3150mm
    SP-2500 2500L/day 660US Gallon 2.5㎡ 1800mm 3200mm
    SP-3000 3000L/day 792US Gallon 3.0㎡ 1860mm 3800mm
    SP-5000 5000L/day 1320US Gallon 5.0㎡ 2260mm 4400mm