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The Fermenter

Fermenters used for distilling can vary greatly from the most basic open top single wall vessels to closed conical bottom vessels with insulation, cladding, and mixers. Let us help you decide which type of fermenter will best suit your distillery and budget. 

​Fermenter Options

​​TYPE

FEATURES

SPIRITS

OPEN TOP FERMENTER

-ECONOMICALLY PRICED

-WHISKEY, BOURBON 

CLOSED ATMOSPHERIC

-LESS CONTAMINATION RISK

-CIP

-SPIRITS OF ANY KIND

CONICAL

-CAN BE PRESSURIZED UP TO 15 PSI

-YEAST CROPPING

-MULTI-USE

-CAN BE USED FOR BEER

-CIP

-SPIRITS OF ANY KIND

-BEER

OPEN TOP FERMENTER

-WHISKEY, BOURBON 

-ECONOMICALLY PRICED

CLOSED ATMOSPHERIC

-SPIRITS OF ANY KIND

-LESS CONTAMINATION RISK

-CIP

CONICAL

-SPIRITS OF ANY KIND

-BEER

-CAN BE PRESSURIZED UP TO 15 PSI

-YEAST CROPPING

-MULTI-USE

-CAN BE USED FOR BEER

-CIP

​CONFIGURATIONS

​Cooling Jackets

​Insulation and Cladding

​CIP (Clean In Place)

​Mixers & Circ Pumps

​Pressurized Tanks

Temperature Control & Automation

Most distilleries prefer a closed fermenter style. Atmospheric fermenters are most widely used for distillation purposes. Mixers can be used on grain-in fermentation tanks used for bourbon, rye, and other whiskey.


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