Breweries use Chillers from BV Thermal systems


The making of beer is a biochemical process. For the first stage, the malted barley is smashed, then fed to a mash-tun where water is added at a precise temperature.  A mash tun (pronounced as mash ton) is a vessel used in the mashing process to convert the starches in crushed grains into sugars for fermentation.  This mixture of crushed malt and water is called mash.  During the mashing process, enzymes in the malt convert starch in the malt to fermentable and unfermentable sugars.  Fermentable sugars are converted to alcohol and carbon dioxide during fermentation.  Unfermentable sugars help give the beer body and mouth feel.

The  key to the success  for breweries of all sizes is to control your recipe.  Part of that recipe calls for accurate temperature control which is achieved by the use of chillers.   Breweries, Microbreweries, Brewpubs and Regional Breweries use chillers to maintain the quality of their product and to maximize beer production.  

We realize there are many choices on the market that provide cooling options for breweries and brewery applications. It is our mission that each and every chiller we design, engineer and manufacture is designed to exact specifications.   The BV Thermal Systems Chillers are designed to effectively and efficiently control your process temperatures and thereby maintain quality. 

BV Thermal System offers user-friendly portable chillers that easily integrate into your beer making process. Engineered for a production environment, designed for easy set-up and manufactured with highly reliable, cost effective components.

Click here for a step by step guide to sizing a Brewery Chiller .

Chillers for Breweries

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