Why it takes a long time to cool down the beer in BBTs?

Why it takes a long time to cool down the beer in BBTs?

Why it takes a long time to cool down the beer in BBTs?

Why it takes a long time to cool down the beer in BBTs?



In daily brewing, you may find sometimes it takes a long time to cool the beer in brite beer tanks.
How to solve it? And what may be caused by it?
 
1. Check the glycol water circulation
 
Check if there is effective liquid flowing through glycol water inlet and outlet on your brite beer tank.
If there isn’t, then there may be somewhere in the ice water pipeline that is blocked.
 
2. Glycol water temperature is not low enough for cooling the beer in BBTs in a short time.
As you know, usually the beer temperature after fermenting is not too much.
In this case, try to lower the setting temperature on the chiller.
 
3. If the beer temperature need to be lowered from a low temperature(Such as 3°C-2°C), it do take a long time.
 
4. If the temperature lowered too fast in BBT, ice film may be formed on the inside surface.
That will also affect the tank cooling.
 
Edit by Jane
E:gbrewing@cnbrewery.com

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