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About Us

Why we are in business...

My brother Joe and I had been working on opening a brewery for a couple of years and during that process I have discovered a terrible need for fairly priced equipment in the marketplace. In my other career we fabricate steel products and I do know a little about how things go together and the real cost involved. Brewing Equipment is consistently overpriced and often low quality and I intend to do something about it.

During my life I have developed many contacts in the Steel Fabrication Industry. It turns out that one of those contacts is president of a company in the pharmaceutical equipment business. As coincidence would have it, many drugs require fermentation in thier normal course of manufacturing. Everything involved with pharmaceuticals requires more precision than Brewery equipment yet it is essentially the same equipment. It was a natural extension to make the small changes required for brewing beer and the equipment was better made to meet the requirements of the regulating bodies involved.

Therefore, we have started building Brewing Equipment. Today we are concentrating on meeting the demand of breweries in the process of expanding operations. Many brewers commence operations with undersized equipment and need to be able to rapidly expand at an affordable price, a price that won't put them at the edge of solvency. We make that happen with the highest quality equipment that has all the options you didn't think you needed the first time around. Everything made in the sizes to allow easy expansion.

The 7, 10, & 15bbl fermenters should be this first choice. If you started small and have a 5bbl system an increase in fermenter size to 10bbl makes absolute sense. If you started with a minimum number of fermenters, adding 3 or 4 will greatly increase capacity at a small expense. Yes you could immediately buy a much larger system but common sense should tell you to save for a rainy day and build a reputation and bankroll first. When the time comes to make the big move up to a 15 or 30bbl system we have you covered there also but for now stay profitable. The market should tell you that equipment retains its value, it can even appreciate if your buyer is under a time crunch and you bought at a fair price.          
Dan Fredrickson