Brewing 5BBL of Craft Beer in the BREWHA BIAC microbrewery

By | August 29, 2017

In this video you will see just how easy it is to use the BREWHA BIAC to brew 5BBL of craft beer. The BREWHA BIAC is an innovative brewing system that takes all of the control that was afforded through the traditional four pot method of brewing and puts it into one compact system. It takes up less footprint, is easier to clean, easier to setup, easier on brewday, and one of the major benefits…
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10 thoughts on “Brewing 5BBL of Craft Beer in the BREWHA BIAC microbrewery

  1. elvislives81677

    Electric drill and bbls of water and a steel conductive pot.  What could go wrong?

  2. Gadol University

    Noob question, What is the temperature should I maintain the BREWHA , can keep on garage 85F summer time during this process before kegging or should be climate room ?

  3. primalfury2011

    celebrating at end..damn rights ..big money!!!!! how much is cost of batch ????

  4. Matt Postle

    That's a really nicely put together system. Industrial sized BIAB! I love it!

  5. George Merriam

    What about the hops you boiled with? Do they just stay in throughout fermentation and end up resting with the yeast? If so, can you pull yeast off the cone for another batch or is it now infested with hops?

  6. Lucas German Centurion

    Hi, i like you video, i wanted ask you how you Heat the water for boild the mash, wich one is the metod. is steam? I'm from argentina

  7. The Bibacious Brewer

    Could you expand on how long the chilling portion of this process takes for a full 5 bbl fermentation. If I understood you right, it seems to me the chill time would be too long, given the perimeter heat exchanging surface. Thanks.

  8. Chris McAuliffe

    So you ferment right in your kettle? If you had to do multiple brews in the same week you would have to pump into another vessel to ferment correct? So if you started a micro using this to scale it you would just add fermentation vessels and pump and pitch?


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