A brewhouse contains all of the vessels, kettles, tanks and other brewing equipment necessary for the brewing process (see fermenters, brew kettles, mash tuns, and lauter tuns). The brewhouse is both the heart and engine of your brewery whether you are a first-time homebrewer or a large-scale commercial enterprise. Many of the most critical processes in the successful creation of the end product are performed in the brewhouse including mashing, boiling, lautering, and more. Although brewhouses vary in capacity, features, complexity, etc., all brewhouses require a heating source to boil the wort (see heating elements & calandrias); the three most common brewhouse heating sources are steam, direct fire, and electric.
All Portland Kettle Works’ brewhouses, including those in our popular HopMaster series, are designed to be environmentally-friendly, energy-efficient, and to maximize time and labor savings, ergonomics, and safety.
All PKW brewhouses are manufactured to exacting standards:
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