The sweet serpent-themed mash filtration system known only as Nessie is promising to revolutionize the conventional brewhouse process. Have we piqued your interest? Would you like to see said Nessie? Perhaps inspect her long, steely accoutrements? Well, from April 10-13, Ziemann Holvrieka will present Nessie at the Craft Brewers Conference (CBC) and BrewExpo in Washington D.C. Better book now, busters.
With this novel filtration process, the customers benefit from shortened process times and the processing of various starch sources, independent of the batch size. By means of four rotary disk filters, connected in series, the advanced mash filtration process combines the following process steps: separation of spent grains and wort, extraction in the counterflow procedure as well as the washing of solids and their separation. With Nessie, the brewer achieves high extract yields and a high content of yeast vital substances. The interaction of design and technological advantages creates new framework conditions for the wort production. Basically, three process steps can be implemented with only one system.
In addition to NESSIE, Ziemann Holvrieka will also be presenting its broad product portfolio for craft breweries. From the malt intake right through to the bright beer tank cellar, the Ludwigsburg-based company provides innovative solutions for brewhouse plants and offers the craft brewers maximum flexibility and efficiency across all stages of beer production to brew top quality beers.
Find Ziemann Holvrieka at CBC booth 535. We’ll definitely be there.