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Sustainability in the brewing process is one of the most topical issues in the sector. Here EquiTherm scores in terms of customer feedback and impressive results.
The craft brewing industry finally came together again – for a good chat in person and some innovative technology.
Dirk Scheu, a long-standing Krones employee, is a freshly minted water sommelier. In this interview, he tells us more about this out-of-the-ordinary training course.
The Austrian wine producer Winzer Krems is updating its plant with a new wine bottling line and a wine filtration system – both from Krones.
Steinecker is now launching the new software release 4.0 for the Botec F1 process control system, which boasts numerous improvements.
Sparkling, light, low in calories and alcohol, hard seltzer has risen to become the new “it” beverage. Its success began – as so often – in the US.
At FATs, the customer inspects his machine on site with us before it sets off. Now a digital alternative was required.
For the first time, a Hydronomic water treatment system from Krones is being used by a public utility.
An electrodeionization within a water treatment system further reduces the TDS considerably, to less than 0.1 milligrams per liter.
The new HLI series of HST homogenizers offers many advantages in terms of energy and media efficiency.
The VapoChill cooling tower is designed to match specific cooling requirements and local climate conditions.
Krones celcare is a compressible, cellulose-based filter aid for beer clarification.
With Evotube, Evoguard is now selling Krones’ field-proven heat exchangers as individual modules as well.
Phoebus is Krones’ solution for cross-flow membrane filtration in beer production.
Ustersbacher Brauerei’s heart beats green. For years, the family-run brewery has steadily and systematically endeavored to make their operations energy self-sufficient using the Steinecker Brewnomic concept.
Time for some new investment: Kaiserdom has replaced its 50-year-old Steinecker brewhouse by a new, energy-efficient brewing system from Krones.
Krones’ subsidiary Milkron has completed its largest project to date: planning and engineering a new dairy for TINE. The project also integrates expertise from Krones, Evoguard, HST, and Syskron.
In the last ten years, Hijos de Rivera has tripled its sales. Most of the requisite brewing and bottling kit came from Krones.
Within just eleven short months, Krones installed for Kenya Breweries Ltd. in Kenya an entirely new brewery with an annual capacity of one million hectolitres.
With beer sales higher than expected and capacities at their limits, Kursk Brewery decided to build a second brewing plant. The complete greenfield project was handled by Krones.
Russia’s most state-of-the-art brewery went into operation in mid-2018 in Chistopol, in the Republic of Tatarstan. Krones built the complete greenfield brewery for Tatspirtprom, one of the country’s three biggest spirits producers.
The Taihu Brewery brews about 150 different beers a year – using a MicroCube and a CombiCube B from Steinecker.
What New Realm Brewing appreciates about Krones and Steinecker is not only the reliable quality of the equipment, but also the commitment of the entire team.
A can line was added to the machinery at Founders – thus ensuring that the brewery relies on the House of Krones for all its needs, from brewing in the brewhouse through to filling and packing in cans and its after-sales service with the Krones.shop.
Krones delivered the complete equipment for a new craft brewery to London. Camden Town Brewery decided in favour of the EquiTherm Brew energy recovery system to save energy in its brewing process.
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