Nano Brewery Equipment Guide

Homebrewing beer on a nano scale opens up the ability for specialty craft brewers to experiment with unique ingredients and flavors on a small production system before potentially scaling up to larger commercial brewing. Setting up a 1-3 barrel nano brewhouse allows creative freedom without major capital investment. Nano brewery equipment guide covers key considerations for designing and operating a nano brewery.

Nano Brewery Equipment Types
The core components of a nano brewhouse include:

300L brewpub system

Additional equipment may include:
Grist Case – Holds/feeds grain
Mill – Crushes malt kernel
Whirlpool Unit – Settles hops/coagulants
Heat Exchanger – Cools hot wort quickly
Air Compressor – Pressurizes fermenters
Filter – Clarifies/sterilizes beer
Kegs – Serves final product

Nano brewery equipment Sizing Considerations
When designing a nano brewery, key factors determining equipment size and layout include:

Layout Options
Standard nano brewhouse configurations include:

Linear – Equipment in row
L-shape – Efficiency footprint
Cluster – Grouped vessels
Multi-level – Save floorspace

While 1-3 BBL nano systems are available turnkey, customization allows:

Unique vessel shapes/sizes
Specialized equipment like open fermenters
Match brewery design aesthetic

300L fermenter unitank

Installation & Operation Guidance
Key considerations for installing and operating a nano brewhouse:

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