Germany has a long history in beer brewing with laws dating back to the year of 1516. According to the Bavarian Beer Purity Law of 1516, which is the regulation most breweries in Germany still work under, only hops, barley and water can be used in the manufacturing of beer. With these restrictions in terms of ingredients, brewing times and beer making machines, it can be hard for German beer brewers to distinguish themselves from each other. The equipment includes cylinders, vessels, tanks and filtration systems, which are sold to restaurants as microbrewery systems, or to professional breweries as turnkey projects.
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Kaspar Schulz KG
Situated in Bamberg in Bavaria, brewery manufacturer Kaspar Schulz KG has built brewery plants and equipment since 1677. The company not only supplies professional breweries with complete solutions, but also manufactures small-scale equipment for pubs and restaurants. The company has a worldwide customer base and offers lifelong guarantees. They recently have developed energy-saving systems where brewing remains can be reused to produce energy for the brewing process. Kaspar Schulz KG delivers traditional brewery equipment made from copper or stainless steel.
Joh. Albrecht GmbH
In beer brewing terms, Joh. Albrecht GmbH is a young company which has only been established since 1990. The company designs and custom-makes brewing systems and has become famous for their brewing glasshouse that allows for transparent viewing during the brewing process. The brewing vessels, traditionally made from copper or stainless steel, are replaced by glass cylinders, which turns the brewing equipment into showpieces in pubs and restaurants. Joh. Albrecht GmbH designs and delivers their beer making machines, including the brewing glasshouse, worldwide.
Rolec Prozess- und Brautechnik GmbH
With a large customer base in the U.S., Rolec manufacturers and assembles systems on a large scale in breweries around the world. The company also extends existing systems with suitable equipment and offers microbrewery systems to pubs, cafes and restaurants. Rolec GmbH is based in Bavaria and provides research and development facilities for customers to probe beer recipes and reproductions, and test them in a selected market.
Based in Gunzburg in Southern Germany, ES Projects specialises in second-hand brewery machines. The company collects and acquires disposed systems and spare parts from breweries and drink manufacturers, overhauls and repairs the equipment and sells it with guarantees included on an international scale. ES Projects also installs the second-hand systems and offers consultancy services on brewing procedures, space and energy management, as well as helping with business solutions based on regional preferences and competition. Their sister company Eschenlohr sells the tools required for the brewing process.
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