PKW kombucha breweries have earned a reputation as one of the best performing, efficient and eye-catching breweries to be found anywhere. Our kombucha brewing equipment will shorten your day and save you money while producing batch after batch of excellent Kombucha.
Kombucha breweries are comprised of three primary pieces of brewing equipment:
- Kombucha brewery – The hot side of the kombucha brewery (also called a “brewhouse”) is used to heat water, where black or green tea, infused with sugar, renders the nutritional elements used by scoby to create kombucha. From the kombucha brewery, the resulting sweet tea is cooled to just over room temperature and transferred to the kombucha fermenter.
- Kombucha fermenter – The kombucha fermenter is where bacteria and yeast in the scoby use the nutritional content in the tea to create kombucha.
- Kombucha finishing tank – In commercial kombucha breweries, a third vessel, the kombucha finishing tank (sometimes called a “brite tank”), is often used to finish the kombucha with a combination of flavorings, secondary fermentation, and carbonation before packaging the finished product.
Click an image below for more information on Portland Kettle Works kombucha brewing equipment:
KB-135 Expandable Compact Kombucha Production System
KB-135 System Upgrades and Accessories
KB-600 High Volume Commercial Kombucha Brewhouse
And if you need special equipment, contact us. Our engineers, designers and master craftsmen are up to the challenge. So no matter what you need, you won’t find higher quality kombucha brewing equipment than that produced by the Portland Kettle Works team.
Portland Kettle Works was founded in 2011 in Portland, Oregon USA. We build high-quality stainless steel beverage and brewing equipment. We have built and installed hundreds of state of the art craft breweries worldwide. As a result, our craft brewing clients are among the best of the best. They regularly win beer tasting competitions and they have the gold, silver and bronze medals to prove it. So, if you’re serious about your craft brewing business, contact us so we can help you, too. And if you’re located in Mexico or Latin America, click here to visit our Spanish language site.