Alternately called a brite beer tank, secondary tank, or serving tank, these brite tanks serve many purposes throughout a beer’s lifecycle. Three of the most common uses of a brite tank include 1) a vessel where beer can be contained after primary fermentation and filtering to allow it time to mature, clarify, and carbonate (brite beer tank), 2) a storage tank to temporarily hold beer unit it can be kegged, bottled, canned, etc. at some point in the future (secondary tank), and 3) as a serving vessel for use in a brewpub (serving tank).
All Portland Kettle Works’ brite tanks are reliably engineered for longer life. There is zero stress on the internal steel structure of the tank as the tank legs are mounted to a ring of steel and not the tank inner surface; this design totally eliminates creep, flex, and potential leaks at the leg-to-tank interface associated with competitive tank designs. In addition, our 100% standardized fabrication process features PKW's proprietary Flowing QC Process (FQP) that maintains the highest standards of quality control throughout the fabrication process.
All PKW brite tanks are manufactured to exacting standards:
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