As many coffee companies venture into canned, bottled, or other ready-to-drink cold brew coffee products, cafe scale equipment just doesn't cut it. Most cold brew coffee systems are plastic, or too small for commercial production. From 25 gallons to 2500 gallons, our commercial cold brew coffee systems include a brew tank, and optional drain and cold storage tanks. The brew tank provides refined control over the brewing and filtering process using these features:
A drain tank is similar to the wort grant traditionally used by brewers when using a tank with a false bottom. Pumping directly from the brew vessel drain would cause the false bottom to implode. Instead a drain tank is available as an add on.
After brewing, the coffee is drained into the drain tank, and pumped from there into kegs, or into a cold storage tank for kegging later. Rather than filling kegs ahead of time, our cold storage tanks allow brewers to nitrogenize and store large batches of cold brewed coffee. Once in the tank, nitrogen and agitation are applied. We've had success storing cold brew coffee concentrate for up to 4 weeks.
The first equipment of its kind, Corson's Cold Brew Coffee system has the ability to satisfy your needs for brewing coffee on both a small commercial scale and a large industrial scale.