Half art, half science
Modern beer brewing, fermentation, and maturation equipment
Beer brewing equipment
Beer brewing is a dynamic process where you're free to taste, experiment with different flavors, and develop your own recipes.
There are, however, certain brewing principles that should always be followed. Each beer style demands a different brewing, fermentation, and maturation process. Brewing time, proper temperature and gradual heating, proper water preparation, precise ingredient measuring and adding, proper fermenation, and maturation control are all extremely important when preparing the perfect brew.
At Škrlj d.o.o., we plan and design equipment for every phase of the beer brewing process:
- mashing, wort boiling, and hopping,
- wort fermentation,
- beer maturation.
Our offer includes compact monoblock brewhouses, larger brewhouses with different tank combinations, and various microbrewing systems. We also design water preparation and storage tanks, beer fermentation and maturation tanks, and other beer brewing equipment (CIP stations, yeast propagators).
"Let your creativity run free."
Years of experience
Knowledge and mutual understanding
We design, develop, and manufacture equipment for small and medium-sized breweries (craft and microbreweries). We've equipped multiple breweries in Slovenia and abroad (the USA, Canada, South Africa, Germany, Austria, Spain, Sweden, Finland, Italy, Great Britain, Poland, Portugal, etc.).
Numerous satisfied customers are our best guarantee and reference.
Kinnegar Brewing // Ireland
At Kinnegar they pair brewing tradition with a contemporary sense of adventure to produce clean, crisp, full-flavoured farmhouse beers. The brewery is named after the nearby Kinnegar Beach just north of Rathmullan in County Donegal. In 2017, Kinnegar opened K2, a new, state-of-the-art facility in nearby Letterkenny. While the clinking of bottles coming off their line no longer mingles with the bleating of sheep from the surrounding fields, the farmhouse ethos at the core of what Kinnegar does remains the same. They don’t filter or pasteurise, and they let their industrious little friends, the yeast, carbonate the beer naturally during fermentation.
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