Installing a Brewery Tips and Thoughts
Their system couldn’t keep up with demand anymore and they knew that a larger brewery was the next step. Also, a bigger system allows them to open a few satellite bars in the city too.
Preparing for Your Brewery Install
Before the equipment arrived, we worked with the manufacturer and their engineers to plan the layout of the brewhouse. We provided them with the building floor plan then worked together on the layout of the brewery.
It’s important as it makes sure we have good work flows and that the utility ports (water and electric) were placed where needed in the building build out. As well as have the drains in the most useful positions.
Greater planning and preparation with your supplier agreed on before the equipment arrives will save time, money and heartache later on.
It makes the actual install more like putting together on giant jigsaw on site. As many of the connections and pipework have been pre-prepared by the manufacturer ready for delivery.
That’s where I refer back to the 7 P’s
Prior preparation and planning, prevents piss poor performance.
Installing a Brewery Tips – Wrap-Up
Anyway, this was just a short entry today just noting some of my thoughts about the installation for my client so far.
The installation has been a smooth one till now as we planned ahead using good communication as much as we could.
Good communication with your equipment manufacturer – always be open and honest with your manufacturer they can be extremely helpful with the buildout phase. They want the installation to be as much of a success as you. Open, honest and direct communication is the best.
Planning– Understand what you want your brewery to be and work with the manufacturer to make sure you get the right system to reach your brewing goals.
Be Prepared – Carrying out greater planning and groundwork before the equipment delivery; the quicker, cheaper and painless the install will be.
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