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Automation + Breweries = Stable Production

For microbreweries, business is all about creating a quality product that its customers enjoy. In its early stages,  a very small microbrewery may not have to worry about maintaining the exact same taste of the beer from season to season since it produces smaller amounts, and new customers do not expect consistency every time. When those microbreweries grow, this responsibility to consistency changes and it becomes difficult or impossible to monitor and maintain the level of quality in the beer using traditional monitoring technology. This is a time when automation is needed.

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Brewery Instrumentation Deep Dive

In the brewing industry, the instrumentation you use to measure your brewing processes is extremely important. To deliver the best product possible, you need to have exact measurements and readings, and reliable equipment to deliver those readings.

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Brewery Instrumentation Series Part 3: Bright Beer Tanks

 

In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, we’ve explained the ways in which E-direct products can play an integral part of the process, and the specific products that can and should be used. In this post, we’ll continue that series with a look at three ways E-direct products are used in a Bright Beer tank. 

The Bright Beer tank is an especially important part of the process. Also known as a conditioning tank, this is where the beer is placed post-primary fermentation. Here, the beer clarifies and matures, and experiences secondary fermentation, which results in natural carbonation. Without the right conditions, none of this can occur.

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Brewery Instrumentation Series Part 2: Grain Germination

 

In Part 1 of this series of posts on E-direct products in the brewing industry, we looked at instrumentation that monitors the bottle preparation process of the packaging stage of beer. In this post, we jump to the beginning of the process and explore how E-direct products are used during grain germination.

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Brewery Instrumentation Series Part 1: Bottle Washing Process

 

Brewing beer is a multi-step process that requires a great deal of precision and accuracy. This attention to detail must be adhered to at every step or the final product will not meet the standards of the brewer, the industry, or even the customers.

At Endress+Hauser, we offer a wide range of instrumentation designed to support and automate the brewing process. In this series of blog posts, we will illustrate how E-direct products are essential in the beer brewing process. 

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