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Offline deckerhand

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Brewha system
« on: October 06, 2020, 01:37:36 am »
While on YouTube I came across brewing equipment from a company called Brewha I saw some breweries use there 5 barrel system. I also saw they have a homebrewer system as well. What’s everyone take on this company?


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Offline Cliffs

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Re: Brewha system
« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2020, 09:18:51 am »
While on YouTube I came across brewing equipment from a company called Brewha I saw some breweries use there 5 barrel system. I also saw they have a homebrewer system as well. What’s everyone take on this company?


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I had to google it, but for 3200 I feel like theres better value elsewhere, unless you really wanted an all in one system.

Offline deckerhand

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Re: Brewha system
« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2020, 09:34:35 am »
If I had the room and good water I would save up for one. If I was going to open a brewery I would get a few of the 4 barrel ones


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Offline ajjensen147

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Re: Brewha system
« Reply #3 on: October 06, 2020, 10:24:54 am »
This is one of those things I see and think, that would be awesome to have, but realistically I would never buy one (unless maybe I hit the lottery and had money to spend). Just can't justify spending that much money with my brew schedule, not to mention the fact that I can already brew 10 gallon batches without too much hassle.

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Re: Brewha system
« Reply #4 on: October 06, 2020, 11:05:05 am »
Not necessarily this system, but I've seen plenty of similar basket style breweries being used professionally. In Australia, for instance, I saw a big homebrew shop using a Speidiel version of this idea to produce wort kits. Rockpit brewing in Orlando, uses (or used - they were talking about upgrading hwen I saw them last in pre-COVID times) a very similar idea. It's not a bad way to go for a small footprint brewery. Lots of obvious limitations, but there you are.
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