Big large stainless steel tank onsite manufacture fabricating 10m3
- 1000m3 or customized
A bright tank is a dish-bottomed pressure-rated temperature-controlled tank used
to hold beer in preparation for packaging. The term “bright” refers
to “bright beer,” beer that has been rendered bright (clear) by
filtration, centrifugation, fining, and/or maturation. In most
breweries, beer will be filtered after leaving a uni-tank or
lagering vessel and be directed into a bright tank. If the beer is
to be force-carbonated, then the beer may be carbonated in-line,
under pressure, between the fermenter or lagering tank and the
bright tank. In this case, the beer should arrive at the bright
tank with full carbonation. For in-tank carbonation (or
adjustments), the bright tank will be fitted with a carbonation
stone, a device through which carbon dioxide is forced, dispersing
fine bubbles into the liquid for fast dissolution. Carbonation
stones are usually made from either porous stone or sintered
stainless steel. After carbonation, the beer is ready to be bottled
or kegged (or both) directly from the bright tank. As the bright
tank is the last stop before the package, careful attention is paid
to quality assurance at this stage. Carbonation is closely checked
and the brewery's laboratory will run a series of tests.
In larger breweries, color may be added at the bright tank stage,
and adjustments may be made to bitterness and aroma using
pre-isomerized hop extracts or hop oils. In craft breweries, bright
tanks may play any number of roles besides those enumerated above.
As many craft beers are not filtered or clarified, the beer sent
into the bright tank may not be bright at all. The beer may have
flavors added at the bright tank. The volatile flavors of honey,
for example, do not always survive fermentation, and therefore many
honey ales have honey added at the bright tank, where it will add
some sweetness as well as flavor and aroma. Coffee or coffee
extracts are also often added here for similar reasons. Bright
tanks are also often used for blending one or more beers to create
Bright tanks are also sometimes used as mixing tanks for beers that
are to be bottle-conditioned. Here, the beer will be mixed with
priming sugar and possibly with new yeast intended to carry out
re-fermentation. The beer is then bottled (or, in rare instances,
kegged) from the bright tank. In brewpubs, the bright tank is often
also the serving tank; beer may run directly from this tank to the
taps at the bar.
See also bright beer, carbonation, and fermentation vessels.
Low cost stainless steel bright beer tank
It is used for Wine fermentation & brewing. It applies in
Stainless Steel 304 or 316L
1). It is made of double jackets with dimple jacket and insulation
layer filled with PU which is imported from Japan.
2). Dish top, conical bottom for good fermenting, improving the
quality of beer as well as breeding yeast, cylinder body.
3). As to polish, interior layer and dish top will adopts 3A mirror
polish while exterior layer and conical bottom adopts 2B satin
4). As to transition of interior, we will adopt arc to make sure
that there is no dead corner of sanitation.
5). 10-30% headspace, 60 degree cone, rotating racking arm is
designed according to your demands
6). All clamps valve and fittings except for cold water inlet and
outlet which is Tri-clamp.
7). As to the thickness, we can make it according to your
1.Configuration details can be designed as your requirements
2.Competitive price and also higher quality tank.