Introducing the BoochMaster Kombucha Brewery, PKW’s Latest Innovation

Kombucha Breweries - We Engineer, Manufacture, Finance, & Buy Back

BoochMaster Kombucha Brewery is the world’s first brewhouse engineered specifically for the production of kombucha.

The PKW BoochMaster Kombucha Brewery is the culmination of our experience producing hundreds of HopMaster Brewhouses for the craft beer industry since 2011.  Our HopMaster has become the industry standard, and is used to innovate recipes and deliver repeatable results for award winning breweries, large and small, worldwide.

Built on the HopMaster’s pedigree for performance, we have introduced the BoochMaster which provides the same features our craft brewery clients have come to expect and rely upon in our other products

Read on for details and specifications…

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Brewery Financing Can Be Easy & Seamless

Brewery Financing For Brewing Equipment

Fact:  Purchasing Quality, New or Expansion Brewery Equipment Pays

Portland Kettle Works designs and manufactures some of the best beer and kombucha brewing equipment to be found anywhere, and we strive to make financing and investing in our brewery equipment as easy and seamless as possible.

PKW Goal:  Critical, Hassle-Free Brewery Financing

In some cases, the approval process can take as little as 24 hours. Both brewery startups and established breweries are taking advantage of our brewery financing options.

PKW Services: We Can Help You Start Your Brewery

  1. We design the brewery system to your needs
  2. We manufacturer it specifically for you
  3. We arrange your financing for the brewing equipment
  4. And, we’ll buy it back when you’re ready to expand

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New Smyrna Beach Brewing: Brings Home the Gold

New Smyrna Beach Brewery, From Homebrewer to Pro Brewer

New Smyrna Beach Brewing Wins 2 Gold Medals at the 2019 Best Florida Beer Professional Competition

New Smyrna Beach Brewing has been an amazing partner of Portland Kettle Works for 2 years now, and we are so happy to see they are getting some much deserved recognition. They recently purchased two new 10 bbl fermenters to fill out their cellar which will allow for so much more great, local beer. Make sure you stop in for a beer next time you’re in the Tampa Florida area. New Smyrna Beach is a “must-visit.”

New Smyrna Beach Brewing Taproom

Tampa FL, USA – During the 2019 Brewer’s Ball, the best craft brewers gathered to find out who would win gold, silver, and bronze in the most prestigious professional beer competition in Florida. With over 200 breweries in the state of Florida and 800 entries, only the best of the best would take home a medal and New Smyrna Beach Brewing Company took home two:

  • Gold Medal, Mixed Culture Brett, Three Sisters Saison
  • Gold Medal, Irish Red Ale, Feeding Frenzy Irish Red

New Smyrna Beach’s Three Sisters Saison went through a mixed culture fermentation and was aged in French white wine barrels for 10 months before undergoing bottle conditioning. It is available in 750 ml corked bottles which can only be purchased in the taproom located at 143 Canal Street. New Smyrna Beach Brewing Company’s Feeding Frenzy Irish Red is available in both the NSB taproom as well as local bars and restaurants in Volusia County.

Make sure you stop in for a beer next time you’re in the Tampa Florida area; New Smyrna Beach Brewing is a “must-visit.”

New Smyrna Beach Brewing Company is an independently owned brewery and taproom located on Canal Street in historic downtown New Smyrna Beach. Brewmaster Chris Coyle opened the brewery in January 2014 with the goal of bringing quality local craft beer to New Smyrna Beach. Specializing in beers brewed for the beach life style, the taproom offers 16 rotating beers on tap that are all brewed in-house. The brewery also distributes the gold medal Feeding Frenzy Irish Red as well as the infamous Shark Attack IPA to local bars and restaurants.

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