Wednesday was a big day for us at Queen City Brewery. With expert assistance from Demag Riggers, we unloaded three 40-ft. containers of stainless steel: the steam-jacketed brewhouse (mash tun, lauter tun, brew kettle, and hot liquor tank), six 15-barrel fermenters, two 15-barrel brite tanks, and a huge amount of piping, valves, and other parts. Here are a few photos.
Over the past month, we cut the existing concrete slab to install drains, electrical conduit, and water lines for the brewery, tasting area, restrooms, boiler room, and grain mill room.
We also poured a new concrete pad outside to accommodate our HVAC unit and glycol chiller. These will keep both customers and fermenters at comfortable temperatures.
And once the new floor was poured, we could start framing the new restrooms, utility closet, brewery walls, etc. We have three 40-foot containers of brewery equipment arriving next week, so we are rushing to complete this work as soon as possible.
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