Does brewhouse has any limitation on brewing high gravity beer?
Usually there have few customers ask if the brewhouse has limitation for brewing high gravity beer. Acturally it is OK to brew high gravity beer.
Some brewmasters think the spent grain thickness 30-40 cm will have good filtering effiency. Base on different ratio malt:water, the beer alcohol also will different. Usually we brew the beer with malt:water 1:3 or 1:4, then we can brew normal gravity beer.
If we want to higher gravity beer, there may consider spent grain thickness and filtering effiency. Here we can realize brewing high gravity beer by two methods:
The first one is design the brewhouse diameter wider directly, then we can assure the spent grain thickness is reasonable when brew high gravity beer.
The second one is keep standard configuration, but we need to brew small batch. But the spent grain thickness will thiner due to small amunt of malt. According to brewmasters feedback, the spent grain thickness at about 25cm also is OK.
Do you have other ideas?
Edited by Derrick
Sales Manager in Tiantai Company
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