Brouwland catalog 2012-2013
Brouwland catalog EN. Make your own wine, beer, liqueur & cheese!
Beer Introductio Introduction CATALOG After being the market leader for 40 years, with more than 4000 products, Brouwland looks at the future with confidence. Thanks to its own brands, an efficient distribution and the strive for maximum customer satisfaction, Brouwland delivers its products in more than 65 countries worldwide with the help of 39 employees. 2012 - 2013 www.brouwland.com A constant search for new products and follow-up on the latest trends makes it possible for Brouwland to have the most elaborate range of products for the customer. Not only for amateur wine makers, beer brewers, liqueur makers or home farmers, but also for professionals: microbreweries, juice factories, winegrowers, etc.: all find their way to Brouwland. Cheese Liqueur YOUR RESELLER Our new catalog 2012-2013 was given a new and improved look, we hope you like it. Enjoy Bart Balis Wine Brouwland bvba Korspelsesteenweg 86 • B-3581 Beverlo - Belgium Tel. +32-(0)11-40.14.08 • Fax. +32-(0)11-34.73.59 email@example.com • www.brouwland.com Brouwland is Our brands: 4000 ARTICLES 500 m² SHOWROOM AFTER SALE SERVICE BROUWLAND is Europe’s most specialised supplier for winemakers, Europe’s largest showroom for winemakers and beer brewers where Most consumer products have a standard 2-year warranty. In case brewers and liqueur manufacturers, for professional and hobby use. almost all our products are displayed. Our professional sales staff is of professional machines this varies from product to product. Do Whatever you are looking for, be it a tiny airlock or an automatic available for assistance Monday to Friday from 9am till 6pm and you have a problem with one of our products or departments? 2000-liter brewing system, Brouwland can supply it all. Due to our Saturday from 9am till 5pm. Are you planning a daytrip? Visit our Please let us know! We will try to help you as quickly and efficiently increasing stock and to provide our customers a faster service, our website for a list of hotels and tourist sightings in the area. as possible. house 5400 m2 large in total. This means we’re able to deliver 95% DELIVERY worldwide BROUWLAND services of our articles even more quickly. Larger machines are usually avai- Brouwland can organise transport anywhere in the world, whether Do you have a problem with your wine, beer or liqueur? Would you lable on order, with delivery between 2-8 weeks depending on the you need a small parcel or a large machine. We deliver dozens of like an analysis of your brew? You can, visit our website for a list of all manufacturer. Contact our sales department for more details. shipments every day. Transport costs are always charged. Your re- possible analysis. Should you wish we’ll even come to you for some quested articles will be sent to you as quickly as possible. problem solving. Our products are sold by more than 80 retail outlets in the Benelux BROUWLAND PROFESSIONAL FREE CATALOG and a large number of distributors worldwide. Visit www.brouwland. Our “professional” department is specialised in selling machines Do you know someone who wants our free catalog or do you want com for a distributor near you. Of course not all retail outlets/dis- and installations as well as raw materials and consumable goods to to order one yourself? Just go to our website and fill in the order tributors have our whole range in stock. Contact artisanal vineyards, micro breweries, juice companies etc. Do not form. You can also email, call or fax us to request the catalog. With the retail outlet/distributor to find out which Brouw- hesitate to contact the “professional” department if you have a these grouped shipment it could take 2-3 weeks before you receive land products they sell. Would you like to become technical question or would like a personal estimate. the catalog. In the mean time you can browse through or down- warehouse has been expanded with 2400 m2, making our ware- RETAILERS worldwide a distributor yourself? Then pass your company details on to our wholesale department and ask for the distributor terms and conditions. With Vinoferm® you have all the materials and ingredients you need for making your own wine: wine yeast, yeast nutrients, acids & deacidifiers, enzymes, clarifiers, oak chips, measuring instruments, fruit presses, siphons, wine filters. Brewferm®: everything for brewing your own beer: beer yeast, malt & flakes, hop, enzymes & clarifiers, taste improvers, sugars, beer kits & malt kits, brewing kettles, wort coolers, measuring instruments. Natursaft® is fruit and vegetable processing: steam juicers, rum pots, apple slicers, jar openers. load the online version on our website. Alcoferm®: making your own liqueur was never so easy: natural liqueur extracts, alambics, distilling columns. Herbs for making wine, beer, liqueur or cheese. Or just make your own cup of delicious tea with these Herborifarm® herbs. Make your own delicious cheese with our Lactoferm® products: cheese presses, soy drink makers, yoghurt machines, cultures: yoghurt, cheese, kefir & bifidus, rennet, herbs, natural colourants, cheese mould cultures. Brouwland bvba Korspelsesteenweg 86 • B-3581 Beverlo - Belgium Tel. +32-(0)11-40.14.08 • Fax. +32-(0)11-34.73.59 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.brouwland.com ® Brouwland is Our brands: 4000 ARTICLES 500 m² SHOWROOM AFTER SALE SERVICE BROUWLAND is Europe’s most specialised supplier for winemakers, Europe’s largest showroom for winemakers and beer brewers where Most consumer products have a standard 2-year warranty. In case brewers and liqueur manufacturers, for professional and hobby use. almost all our products are displayed. Our professional sales staff is of professional machines this varies from product to product. Do Whatever you are looking for, be it a tiny airlock or an automatic available for assistance Monday to Friday from 9am till 6pm and you have a problem with one of our products or departments? 2000-liter brewing system, Brouwland can supply it all. Due to our Saturday from 9am till 5pm. Are you planning a daytrip? Visit our Please let us know! We will try to help you as quickly and efficiently increasing stock and to provide our customers a faster service, our website for a list of hotels and tourist sightings in the area. as possible. house 5400 m2 large in total. This means we’re able to deliver 95% DELIVERY worldwide BROUWLAND services of our articles even more quickly. Larger machines are usually avai- Brouwland can organise transport anywhere in the world, whether Do you have a problem with your wine, beer or liqueur? Would you lable on order, with delivery between 2-8 weeks depending on the you need a small parcel or a large machine. We deliver dozens of like an analysis of your brew? You can, visit our website for a list of all manufacturer. Contact our sales department for more details. shipments every day. Transport costs are always charged. Your re- possible analysis. Should you wish we’ll even come to you for some quested articles will be sent to you as quickly as possible. problem solving. Our products are sold by more than 80 retail outlets in the Benelux BROUWLAND PROFESSIONAL FREE CATALOG and a large number of distributors worldwide. Visit www.brouwland. Our “professional” department is specialised in selling machines Do you know someone who wants our free catalog or do you want com for a distributor near you. Of course not all retail outlets/dis- and installations as well as raw materials and consumable goods to to order one yourself? Just go to our website and fill in the order tributors have our whole range in stock. Contact artisanal vineyards, micro breweries, juice companies etc. Do not form. You can also email, call or fax us to request the catalog. With the retail outlet/distributor to find out which Brouw- hesitate to contact the “professional” department if you have a these grouped shipment it could take 2-3 weeks before you receive land products they sell. Would you like to become technical question or would like a personal estimate. the catalog. In the mean time you can browse through or down- warehouse has been expanded with 2400 m2, making our ware- RETAILERS worldwide a distributor yourself? Then pass your company details on to our wholesale department and ask for the distributor terms and conditions. With Vinoferm® you have all the materials and ingredients you need for making your own wine: wine yeast, yeast nutrients, acids & deacidifiers, enzymes, clarifiers, oak chips, measuring instruments, fruit presses, siphons, wine filters. Brewferm®: everything for brewing your own beer: beer yeast, malt & flakes, hop, enzymes & clarifiers, taste improvers, sugars, beer kits & malt kits, brewing kettles, wort coolers, measuring instruments. Natursaft® is fruit and vegetable processing: steam juicers, rum pots, apple slicers, jar openers. load the online version on our website. Alcoferm®: making your own liqueur was never so easy: natural liqueur extracts, alambics, distilling columns. Herbs for making wine, beer, liqueur or cheese. Or just make your own cup of delicious tea with these Herborifarm® herbs. Make your own delicious cheese with our Lactoferm® products: cheese presses, soy drink makers, yoghurt machines, cultures: yoghurt, cheese, kefir & bifidus, rennet, herbs, natural colourants, cheese mould cultures. Brouwland bvba Korspelsesteenweg 86 • B-3581 Beverlo - Belgium Tel. +32-(0)11-40.14.08 • Fax. +32-(0)11-34.73.59 email@example.com • www.brouwland.com ® Beer Introductio Introduction CATALOG After being the market leader for 40 years, with more than 4000 products, Brouwland looks at the future with confidence. Thanks to its own brands, an efficient distribution and the strive for maximum customer satisfaction, Brouwland delivers its products in more than 65 countries worldwide with the help of 39 employees. 2012 - 2013 www.brouwland.com A constant search for new products and follow-up on the latest trends makes it possible for Brouwland to have the most elaborate range of products for the customer. Not only for amateur wine makers, beer brewers, liqueur makers or home farmers, but also for professionals: microbreweries, juice factories, winegrowers, etc.: all find their way to Brouwland. Cheese Liqueur YOUR RESELLER Our new catalog 2012-2013 was given a new and improved look, we hope you like it. Enjoy Bart Balis Wine Brouwland bvba Korspelsesteenweg 86 • B-3581 Beverlo - Belgium Tel. +32-(0)11-40.14.08 • Fax. +32-(0)11-34.73.59 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.brouwland.com Make your own flavour, we'll get you started! 001-028 wine wether you are a beginning winemaker or someone who makes commercial wines. From the smallest airlock to stainless steel fermenters. Everything for processing your fruit and to improve your wine. You’ll find it all in our 'Wine' category. At Brouwland you're not only going to find a large selection of quality yeasts, you’ll also find everything else you need to brew your own delicious beer. Do you think beer brewing is hard? Why not try it yourself with one of our starter kits! 080-100 liqueur Nothing is as easy as making your own liqueur. This way you’ll have a wider choice than in the supermarket. Make your own recipes or choose one from the many liqueur recipe books. 102-150 kitchen Keep your vegetables and fruit fresh, healthy and above all preservable for a long time. You can use all kinds of methods: drying, canning, pickling, etc. 050-061beer 090-094 cheese Making cheese or other dairy products needs commitment but with our ingredients and materials it won’t be a difficult task. 99 Try it, it's easy MAXI starter kit wine with accessories for the beginning wine maker. All in 1 package 197 Starter kit cheese Perfect for the beginning cheese maker. 172 Starter kit kombucha Would you like to grow your own kombucha fungus and make your own kombucha drink? Then this starter kit will help you with that. This kit contains all materials and ingredients except the kombucha fungus. It doesn't take very long Starter kit Basic & Deluxe No experience with beer brewing? Try this complete kit for brewing with beer kits. 137 It costs less 140 Starter kit superior The most complete starter kit for grain brewers. Your unique creation OPEN HOUSE Every year during Pentecost... ... Brouwland opens its doors. We invite everyone who wants to know more about making wine, beer, cheese, liqueur and so many other delicious products. Brouwland open house means: demonstrations from beer brewing to making cheese; wine, beer, liqueur and cheese tastings; informative lectures by eminent specialists and the chance to discover some innovative developments in the field. Are you a hobbyist or a pro? During open house you’re bound to meet like-minded people with whom you can talk about subject that are dear to you both. People visit Brouwland open house from all over the world; this is a perfect opportunity to make interesting contacts. Tired but satisfied you can have a beverage or a meal in our cosy cafeteria. You can drop by for a half hour or spend the whole day/weekend. Whatever you choose we’ll guarantee you’ll have a good time and provide you a good service. What’s stopping you? 3 days tasting! 3 days learning! 3 days looking! Wine wine n. 1. beverage a. made of the fermented juice of any of various kinds of grapes, usually containing from 10 to 15 percent alcohol by volume b. A beverage made of the fermented juice of any of various other fruits or plants 2. Something that intoxicates or exhilarates 3. The color of red wine 001 Bioferm wine yeast Dried wine yeast BIOFERM Through its many years of experience, BIOFERM has created an excellent range of dried yeasts to offer a solution to every winemaker. You prefer sweet wines? You need a yeast for colder temperatures? You like strong red wines? There is a special yeast available for every type of wine. The BIOFERM yeasts are the only yeasts available in vacuum pouches of 100 g, in addition to the standard 7 g packs. This guarantees a maximum shelf life and viability. Bioferm Rouge Saccharomyces Cerevisiae var. Cerevisiae. Yeast specially selected for the fermentation of red, aromatic wines with a higher production of esters and fatty acids. Frequently used for Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir and Merlot. Quick start. Contains a 'killer' factor to inhibit wild yeasts. Alcohol tolerance: 15 % vol. Wide temperature range: 12-35 °C. Dosage: 2-3 g/10 litres. Bioferm Blanc Saccharomyces Cerevisiae var. Cerevisiae. Specially selected for the fermentation of white table wines with preservation of the natural aroma (produces very little secondary aromas). Alcohol tolerance up to 14 % vol. Temperature range: 18-30 °C. Dosage: 2-3 g/10 litres. Bioferm Champ Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. bayanus. Yeast that provides a neutral fermentation with a high sulphite resistance (up to 25-30 mg free SO2 per litre). Ensures a consistent and persistent fermentation. Also in case of stalled wines, re-fermentation and sparkling wines and for second fermentation in beers. Temperature range: 15-30 °C. Alcohol tolerance: up to 17 % vol. Dosage: 2 g/10 litres in normal conditions. 4 g/10 litres for other circumstances, e.g. secondary fermentation, difficult conditions,... Bioferm Doux Yeast for the production of wines with higher residual sugar content. By keeping the natural fructose intact, a residual sugar level of 5-15 g/litre is possible. Produces fruity white wines and soft red wines. Also suitable for fruit wines. Limited acetaldehyde formation. Ideal fermentation temperature: 15-20 °C. Moderate alcohol tolerance: 12-14 % Vol. Dosage: 2-3 g/10 litres. 6 Bioferm Killer Saccharomyces Cerevisiae var. Bayanus. Specially for the fermentation of high alcohol wines. Ferments consistently, even at lower temperatures, with low residual sugar. Very good results with Pinot Gris and Chardonnay wines. Ideal for secondary fermentation and for sparkling wines or for restarting a stopped fermentation. Wide temperature range: 10-30 °C. Alcohol tolerance: 16 % vol. Contains the 'killer' factor to inhibit wild yeasts. Dosage: 2 g/10 l whith temp. > 15 °C. 3 g/10 l whith temp. < 15 °C. Bioferm Cool Saccharomyces Cerevisiae var. Bayanus. Yeast specially selected for its ability to ferment wines at low temperatures. Produces wines with a fruity character when slowly fermented at 13-17 °C. Ferments at temperatures starting at 8 °C! Dosage: 2 g/10 litres when temp. > 15 °C. 3 g/10 litres when temp. < 15 °C. Type Bioferm ROUGE Bioferm BLANC Bioferm CHAMP Bioferm DOUX Bioferm KILLER Bioferm COOL Bioferm AROMATIC Bioferm MALIC 7 gram 001.210.4 001.212.0 001.214.6 001.215.3 001.216.1 001.224.5 001.228.6 001.217.9 Bioferm Aromatic Saccharomyces Cerevisiae var. Cerevisiae. Yeast specially selected for the production of more aromatic wines because it produces more esters, aroma components and glycerine than other yeasts. Promotes malolactic fermentation through a rapid autolysis of the yeast cells at the end of the fermentation. Also ideal for use with fruit/ grapes with a lot of malic acid. Alcohol tolerance: 15 % vol. Wide temperature range: 10-30 °C. Dosage: 2-3 g/10 litres. Bioferm Malic This new yeast decreases the present malic acid up to 50 %! Too much malic acid is a frequent problem in fruit wines. It generates an acerbic, sour taste. By using this yeast, the malic acid is largely 'used' during the fermentation (1 g of malic acid is turned into 0,03 % of alcohol). BIOFERM MALIC consumes 18 g of sugar for 1 % of alcohol and is therefor very suitable to make a wine with a low alcohol out of a must with a high density. The yeast increases the colour extraction (suitable for red wines) and has a neutral aromatic profile. Temperature range: 20-30 °C. Alcohol tolerance: 14-15 % vol. Dosage: 2-3 g/10 l. 100 gram 001.100.7 001.101.5 001.102.3 001.103.1 001.105.6 001.108.0 001.110.6 001.104.9 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 500 gram 001.332.6 001.330.0 001.335.9 001.347.4 001.336.7 001.331.8 001.333.4 001.334.2 Oenoferm wine yeast Oenoferm FREDDO Special yeast for the fermentation of wines at a controlled temperature of 13-17 °C or even lower temperatures from 8 °C and below. Maximum aroma is maintained. Dosage: 15 g/100 litre must at 13-17 °C and 25 g/100 litres at lower temperatures. Oenoferm ROUGE Special yeast for the fermentation of colour stable and clean red wines. The reduced beta-glycosidase activity will retain a maximum of antocyanes. Quick fermentation start and good final density. Delivers clean wines with few fermentation by-products. Dosage: 15 g/100 litres must at +15 °C. Oenoferm BOUQUET Special yeast for the fermentation of white wines with a fruity aroma. Fermented at a controlled temperature (15 °C), this yeast develops exotic aroma’s such as peach and apricot. Good alcohol tolerance (up to 14-15 % vol.) Dosage: 25 g/100 litres must. Oenoferm COLOR Special yeast for the fermentation of colour stable and fruity red wines. The reduced beta-glucosidase activity keeps a maximum of antocyanes. This yeast releases more aromas than Oenoferm Rouge. Dosage: 15 g/100 litres must at +15 °C. 001 Oenoferm PINOTYPE Special granular yeast for fermenting fresh Pinot wines. It accentuates the typical varietal taste characteristics. Highly suitable for Pinot noir, Pinot gris and Pinot blanc. Also visit our website for taste profiles. Rapid clearing and also very suitable for wines which are bottled young. Dosage: 15-25 g/100 litres must. Oenoferm RIESLING Specially selected, pure dry yeast for developing the typical varietal aroma profile of fine, high quality Riesling wines. Yeast strain E 68/73 Saccharomyces Cerevisiae. A cooled fermentation at temperatures between 15 and 18 °C promotes the development of fruity peach aromas. Good nutrient supply provided, the yeast attenuates up to strength of 13 % vol. Dosage: 15g/100 litres must. Oenoferm TERRA A selection of a wild yeasts. Suitable for white and red wines. The primary aromas, formed by the grape variety, the terroir, the microclimate, etc. are supported and more fully expressed through a neutral fermentation without the formation of off-flavours. Quick fermentation start. Dosage: 20-30 g/100 litres must. Oenoferm STRUCTURE Special yeast for the fermentation of white wines with a subtle fruity aroma and a higher residual sugar content (5-15 g) due to the preservation of natural fructose. Alcohol tolerance: 12-14 % vol. Dosage: 25 g/100 litres must. Specially developed for the fermentation of full-bodied, tanninrich and colour intensive red wines. Provides aromas of cherries, berries and nuts and it supports the release of tannins which results in a well-balanced wine with a large conservation potential. Suitable for Dornfelder, Lemberger, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah,... Temperature range: 18-28 °C. Alcohol tolerance: up to 15 % vol. Dosage: 15-25 g/100 litres. Oenoferm ROSE Oenoferm MULLER THURGAU Oenoferm INTERDRY Special granular yeast for fermenting fruity rosé or autumn wines. With extra fast fermentation start-up and good resistance to lower temperatures. Produces complex wines with fruity sweet flower and honey aromas. Dosage: 15-25 g/100 litres must. A yeast specially for fermentation of elegant, fresh wines with a delicate muscat note and citrus/pear aromas. Suitable for Muller Thurgau (Rivaner). Temperature range: 16-19 °C. Alcohol tolerance: up to 14 % vol. Dosage: 15-25 g/100 litres. Oenoferm TIPICO Special yeast for the fermentation of mainly white wines while retaining the typical variety aromas of the grapes. Alcohol tolerance: 15 % vol. Specially suited for Riesling and Muller Thurgau. Dosage: 15 g/100 litres must at +15 °C. Art.no. 001.325.0 001.326.8 001.337.5 001.338.3 001.339.1 001.340.9 Type Oenoferm FREDDO Oenoferm ROUGE Oenoferm BOUQUET Oenoferm COLOR Oenoferm INTERDRY Oenoferm ROSE Content 500 g 500 g 500 g 500 g 500 g 500 g Art.no. 001.341.7 001.342.5 001.343.3 001.344.1 001.345.8 001.346.6 Type Oenoferm TIPICO Oenoferm PINOTYPE Oenoferm RIESLING Oenoferm TERRA Oenoferm STRUCTURE Oenoferm MULLER THURGAU Content 500 g 500 g 500 g 500 g 500 g 500 g How to add yeast? The order in which you add ingredients is important for the end result of a wine. One ingredient is capable of influencing the effect of another, even in a negative way. Yeasts are always added AFTER the nutrients! Dried yeasts need to be rehydrated first: dissolve the required quantity of yeast in 10x its weight of lukewarm water (30-35 °C) or preferably 50 % diluted juice. So, e.g. 7 g of yeast in 70 ml of water and/or 100 g yeast in 1 litre of water/juice mixture. Stir gently. Let it rehydrate for 15 minutes (some foaming might occur) and stir gently again. Now add the yeast solution to your must while stirring/ pumping firmly. Ensure that the temperature difference between the yeast solution and the must does not exceed 7 to 10 °C. When the difference in temperature is larger, cool the yeast suspension further down before adding. NEVER scrimp on yeast! A healthy yeast colony is necessary for a consistent fermentation of your must. Keep your dried yeast in a refrigerator. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 7 001 Maurivin™ wine yeast MAURIVIN™ wine yeasts The Maurivin™ yeast range is known for its high quality, purity and efficiency and is chosen worldwide by winemakers for its ability to produce quality wines. The following strains were selected based on strict output criteria and their ability to adjust to modern winemaking techniques. Each strain has its own specific fermenting ability, a contribution for each wine type and the recommended grape varieties. Packed per 500 gram. AWRI 350 Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain (historically bayanus). A medium vigour, highly flocculating yeast that produces aromatic esters often described as tropical or sweet fruit. Popular for varietal white wines such as Gewürztraminer, Muscat and naturally sweet wines produced from arrested fermentations. Also used for red wines when there’s a need for a slower fermentation rate to increase grape skin contact time. • Rate of fermentation AWRI 350 is a moderate fermenter at warmer temperatures (20-30 °C) with a short lag time. Low fermentation temperatures (10-15 °C) are not suitable for this strain due to its inherent flocculating characteristics. • Alcohol tolerance AWRI 350 displays moderate alcohol tolerance in the range of 12-13 % vol. AWRI 796 Isolated from South Africa, this strain is used extensively for its ability to allow the full expression of varietal fruit and good palate structure. Popular for varietal red wines such as Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Merlot and varietal white wines such as Chardonnay, Semillon and Riesling. This strain is also characterised by high glycerol and low ethanol yields per gram of sugar utilised. • Rate of fermentation A moderate to rapid fermenter at warmer temperatures 20-30 °C with a relatively short lag phase. For high maturity white grape juice of low solids, AWRI 796 may require careful management and temperature acclimatisation to ferment at lower temperatures (below 15-18 °C) and to successfully ferment to a high potential alcohol. Under these conditions it's advisable to allow the temperature towards the end of fermentations to rise above 15 °C. • Alcohol tolerance AWRI 796 displays good alcohol tolerance in the range of 14.5–15.5 % vol. AWRI R2 Saccharomyces cerevisiae (historically bayanus) strain. A vigorous fermenter which performs well at low temperature and contributes high levels of floral and fruity esters. Suitable for the production of aromatic white wines such as Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling. AWRI R2 has killer activity. • Rate of fermentation At warmer temperatures of 18-25 °C, AWRI R2 displays a short lag phase and strong fermentation. At cooler temperatures of 14-18 °C this strain exhibits a medium fermentation rate. Temperatures as low as 11 °C can be used with high quality juice/ must. • Alcohol tolerance AWRI R2 displays good alcohol tolerance in the range of 14-15 % vol. Art.no. 001.454.8 001.452.2 001.450.6 001.464.7 001.460.5 001.462.1 8 Description Maurivin™ AWRI 350 Maurivin™ AWRI 796 Maurivin™ AWRI R2 Maurivin™ BP 725 Maurivin™ CRU-BLANC Maurivin™ ELEGANCE Art.no. 001.466.2 001.456.3 001.468.8 001.458.9 001.470.4 BP 725 A Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain noted for its ability to enhance the varietal flavour of red wines through increased colour extraction and minimal colour loss during fermentation. Popular for fruit driven red varietals such as Shiraz, Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache and Merlot. BP 725 is killer sensitive. • Rate of fermentation BP 725 has a short lag phase and is a strong fermenter at warmer temperatures of 18-30 °C. BP 725 displays a medium, steady fermentation rate at cooler temperatures. • Alcohol tolerance BP 725 displays high alcohol tolerance of up to 16 % vol. CRU-BLANC Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain of medium vigour, noted for its ability to enhance mouth-feel, particularly for barrel fermented Chardonnay matured on yeast lees. Cru-Blanc is a relatively high producer of glycerol. This strain can also contribute fruity aromas during fermentation such as tropical fruit, pear and grapefruit. Malolactic fermentation by lactic acid bacteria proceeds well following alcoholic fermentation by this yeast. Cru-Blanc has killer activity. • Rate of fermentation At warmer temperatures of 20-30 °C Cru-Blanc has a short lag phase followed by a strong fermentation rate. At lower temperatures of 15-18 °C this strain displays a medium, steady fermentation rate. To ensure complete fermentation of barrel fermented Chardonnay a minimum temperature of 15 °C is recommended when using this yeast. • Alcohol tolerance Cru-Blanc displays good alcohol tolerance of up to 14 % vol. ELEGANCE Known for its ability to ferment at cooler temperatures and impart fragrant, perfume-like aromas to the wine. This strain has the capacity to express high beta-glucosidase activity, resulting in the release of fruity varietal aromas of terpene origin. Popular for varietal white wines such as Semillon, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Elegance has killer activity. • Rate of fermentation Elegance displays a short lag phase and a medium, steady fermentation rate at cooler temperatures of 10-18 ºC. The fermentation rate of Elegance is more vigorous at warmer temperatures of 20-30 °C. • Alcohol tolerance Elegance has an alcohol tolerance of 14-15 % vol. Description Maurivin™ EP2 Maurivin™ MAURIVIN B Maurivin™ PRIMEUR Maurivin™ SAUVIGNON L3 Maurivin™ UCD 522 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 001 Maurivin™ wine yeast EP2 Regarded for its low foaming capacity and the ability to control its fermentation rate by temperature adjustment. Recommended for the production of fruity, aromatic wines containing some residual sugar such as rosé and white zinfandel. EP2 is a killer sensitive strain. • Rate of fermentation Fermenting within an optimum temperature range of 18-25 °C, EP2 has a short to medium lag phase and a medium rate of fermentation. EP2 is susceptible to cooler temperatures, making a fermentation temperature of 18 °C and above recommended when fermenting to dryness. • Alcohol tolerance EP2 has good alcohol tolerance up to 13-14 % vol. MAURIVIN B A medium strong yeast with the capacity to consume high quantities of malic acid during primary fermentation. Wines produced by this strain are considered to have enhanced varietal character and good colour extraction in red varieties such as Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Shiraz, Grenache and Gamay. Research data shows this strain produces the lowest amount of alcohol per gram of sugar utilised. • Rate of fermentation At warmer temperatures of 20-30 °C. Maurivin B is a moderate rate fermenter with a relatively short to moderate lag time. The optimum temperature range for Maurivin B is 25-30 °C. • Alcohol tolerance Maurivin B displays good alcohol tolerance of up to 14-15 % vol., however caution should be taken with high sugar juices. PRIMEUR Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain is selected for its suitability in the production of young, crisp fresh wines (white, rosé, red). It enables the production of esters and higher alcohols that denotes a fruity character to the wine. It has the capacity to consume high quantities of malic acid during alcoholic fermentation, as well as higher amounts of glycerol. Primeur is ideal for making rosé and white wine, in particular, for ‘young, fruity’ varietal blends made for early consumption. Primeur is killer sensitive. • Rate of fermentation Primeur has a broad optimum temperature range of 15-30 °C. When fermenting within this temperature range Primeur has a relatively short lag phase and is a moderate to rapid fermenter. • Alcohol tolerance Primeur has good alcohol tolerance up to 14 % vol. SAUVIGNON L3 A medium vigour yeast with the ability to convert non-volatile precursors to aromatic thiols, which enhances the tropical and passion fruit characters of Sauvignon Blanc. This strain also has had notable success with Riesling, Semillon and Cabernet Sauvignon. Sauvignon L3 is killer neutral. This strain is resistant to killer yeast but it does not produce killer activity. • Rate of fermentation When fermenting within the optimum temperature range of 15-25 °C, Sauvignon L3 has a short lag phase followed by a steady, moderate fermentation rate. Cooling should be terminated towards the end of the fermentation when fermenting below 15 °C. • Alcohol tolerance Sauvignon L3 displays good alcohol tolerance up to 13-14 % vol. UCD 522 A Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain that exhibits complex aromas during fermentation. Often described as ‘old wine world’ characters reminiscent of complex, indigenous natural ferments. Popular with winemakers wanting to produce a complex wine or requiring another blending option. This strain consumes a relative large amount of malic acid before the end of alcoholic fermentation. UCD 522 is a general purpose yeast recommended for both red and white wine, but popular more so for the production of complex, varietal red wines such as Shiraz/Syrah, Zinfandel, Merlot and Grenache. UCD 522 is a killer sensitive strain. • Rate of fermentation UCD 522 is a medium fermenter with an optimum fermentation temperature of 16-30 °C. UCD 522 displays a short lag phase within this temperature range. • Alcohol tolerance UCD 522 displays good alcohol tolerance up to 13.5-14 % vol. Indicative dosage: Red wines 20-25 g/hl White wines 25-30 g/hl Rosé wines 30-40 g/hl AWRI 796 AWRI R2 AWRI 350 AWRI 350 SAUVIGNON L3 PRIMEUR MAURIVIN B CRU-BLANC BP 725 ELEGANCE PRIMEUR EP2 UCD 522 UCD522 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 9 001 Wyeast liquid wine yeast The unique 'smack pack' makes it very easy to set up a sterile yeast culture in 12-24 hours (start yeast = squeeze/ smack the pack and allow to swell). Every pack is sufficient to startup maximum 20 litres of must. A yeast starter can be made for larger quantities. Thanks to the smack pack, yeast can be stored in the refrigerator for a long period: 6-12 months from date of manufacture. 4007 Malolactic Wine Culture (Leuconostoc oenos) Malolactic culture with the Leuconostoc Oenos ER1A and EY2D strains. Provides rapid and complete conversion of hard malic acid into the milder and less sharp lactic acid. Added before the end of the primary fermentation (specific gravity < 1.020) and works from pH 2,9 and 12 °C. 4021 Pasteur Champagne, Prise de mousse Mainly used for dry white wines but can also be used for reds. Provides purer fermentation with little foaming. Has good sedimentation properties. Uses include Sauvignon blanc, Semillon, Pinot Blanc, Gewürztraminer, etc. Temperature range: 12-25 °C. Residual sugar: 0-0,25 %. 4028 Chateau Red (voorheen Pasteur Red) Ideal for fruity red (Beaujolais) wines and wines with a longer maturation time. Little foaming, low sulphur production and a wide temperature range. For e.g. Cabernet Sauvignon, Gamay, Beaujolais, Zinfandel, Rhone, Burgundies, Pinot Noir, etc. Temperature range: 12-32 °C. Residual sugar: 0-0,35 %. 4134 Saké Used in combination with a koji-kin culture for rice-based drinks such as Sake, Nigori, Dai Ginkgo, etc. Also suitable for plum wines. Temperature range: 15-25 °C. Residual sugar: 0-0,25 %. 4184 Mead, Sweet Specially suitable for the production of sweet mead with 2-3 % residual sugar and a rich, fruity flavour. Also suitable for sweeter fruit wines such as peach, cherry, raspberry, etc. Use extra yeast nutrient with mede. Temperature range: 18-25 °C. Residual sugar: 2-3 %. 4242 Chablis For highly fruity white wines with high ester formation, hints of vanilla and a mellow aftertaste. For e.g. Chardonnay, Chablis, Ciders, Gewürztraminer, Chenin Blanc, Pinot Gris, etc. Temperature range: 12-25 °C. Residual sugar: 0-0,85 %. Activate Art.no. 001.266.6 001.252.6 001.253.4 001.250.0 001.254.2 001.256.7 001.257.5 10 Shake Type 4007 Malolactic Wine Culture 4021 Pasteur Champagne, Prise de mousse 4028 Chateau Red 4134 Saké 4184 Mead Sweet 4242 Chablis 4244 Chianti Swell Art.no. 001.258.3 001.260.9 001.261.7 001.251.8 001.263.3 001.264.3 001.265.8 4244 Chianti For big, rich red wines with a fruity character, well-rounded and with a dry aftertaste. Highly suitable for Italian grape varieties: Barolo, Barbera, Barbaresco, Nebbiolo, Chianti, Valpolicella, Sangiovese, etc. Temperature range: 12-25 °C. Residual sugar: 0-0,75 %. 4267 Bordeaux For complex red wines with berry flavours and for musts with a high sugar content. Highly suitable for e.g. Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Petit Syrah, Rioja, Valdepenas, etc. Temperature range: 15-32 °C. Residual sugar: 0-0,5 %. 4347 Eau de Vie Highly alcohol tolerant yeast for a pure fermentation with few esters or other volatile aromas. Alcohol tolerant up to 21 % vol. Can also be used to restart a stuck fermentation. Highly suitable for Cordials, Grappa, Eaux de Vie, Single Malts, etc. Temperature range: 18-27 °C. Residual sugar: 0 %. 4632 Mead, Dry Best choice for dry mead. With little foaming and small or no sulphur production. Also suitable for dry ciders. Use extra yeast nutrient for mede. Temperature range: 12-25 °C. Residual sugar: 0-0,25 %. 4766 Cider Highly suitable for apple and pear wines but also for other fruit wines. Produces fresh, dry wines with a fruity aftertaste. Temperature range: 15-25 °C. Residual sugar: 0-0,25 %. 4767 Port Wine For deep, big red wines and ports with a hint of vanilla. Can ferment very dry. Add a cognac or brandy during bottling for a classic port. Also suitable for musts with a high sugar content. Temperature range: 15-32 °C. Residual sugar: 0-0,25 %. 4783 Rüdesheimer For fruity wines with a pronounced Riesling character: fruity profile with a dry aftertaste. Ideal for Rhine wines, fruity ciders, ice wine, etc. Temperature range: 12-25 °C. Residual sugar: 0,25-1 %. 4946 Zinfandel Strong, alcohol tolerant yeast for red wines or musts with a high sugar content. Alcohol tolerant up to 18 % vol. Also for restarting stuck fermentations. Highly suitable for e.g. Zinfandel, Pinot Noir, Syrah, etc. Temperature range: 15-30 °C. Residual sugar: 0-0,25 %. Pour Fermentation Type 4267 Bordeaux 4347 Eau de vie 4632 Mead Dry 4766 Cider 4767 Port Wine 4783 Rüdesheimer 4946 Zinfandel tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 001 Malolactic fermentation 001.249.2 001.240.1 Koji-Kin culture Freeze-dried culture of the koji mould. Indispensable if you want to make your own sake. This culture converts the starch in the rice into sugar. With recipes. Sufficient for making 22 litres of sake out of 6 kg of rice. Content: 10 g. TURBO-8 yeast Complete yeast mixture with special yeast and nutrients to ferment 25 litres of water + 8 kg sugar in 5 days up to 18 % vol. Delivers a pure product with few fermentation by-products. Ideal for liqueurmakers. Can't be incremented (e.g. 10 packs in 250 l wort) unless rigorous temperature control and cooling can be guaranteed. Content: 115 g. Wine yeast Kitzinger Granular. In packs of 5 g, sufficient for max. 50 litres. Art.no. 001.071.0 001.072.8 001.073.6 001.075.1 001.076.9 001.077.7 001.078.5 001.080.1 001.088.4 001.090.0 001.092.6 Type Bourgogne Bordeaux Champagne Port Sauternes Tokay Sherry Steinberg Beaujolais Cold temperature Universal When and how to do a malolactic fermentation? There are many advantages to malolactic fermentation. However, lactic acid bacteria have completely different environmental requirements than yeasts. Therefore a number of important factors have to be taken into account for a malolactic fermentation is to proceed properly and smoothly. Malolactic fermentation is best started just before the end of the alcoholic fermentation (residual sugar < 4 g/l). The free SO2 content can’t be more than 10 mg/litre and the total SO2 content maximum 30 mg/litre. The pH value of the wine must be at least 3,1 and the alcohol content must be a maximum of 13 % vol.. Finally, the temperature of the wine is also very important: 17 °C or more. Dissolve the freeze-dried cultures in plenty of water (approx. 10-20 x the weight of powder) at 25 °C, by stirring constantly. Then stir from time to time and add it to the wine after half an hour. Biostart Vitale SK11 Malocid Highly concentrated freeze-dried culture for malolactic fermentation. A starter culture for easy and direct initiation of malolactic fermentation in white and red wine. Especially tolerant towards low temperatures and pH values as well as higher alcohol and SO2 values. For 1000 litres of wine. 001.310.2 Malostop Culture for a controlled malolactic fermentation. It contains a high concentration of Leuconostic Oenos bacteria, which converts the present malic acid into tartaric acid. This reduces the acidity, softens the flavour and increases the stability of the wine. This technique has been used in the industry for years and is now available for home winemakers too! Dosage: 5 g/10 l wine. Add to the wine after fermentation and before clarification. Pure and natural Lysozyme preparation to prevent malolactic fermentation in both red and white wines. Also suitable at higher pH-values. Can be used to reduce the amount of SO2 during e.g. bottling. Best kept refrigerated. Dosage: • To postpone malolactic fermentation for 10-14 days: 1-2 g/10 l. • To stop a malolactic fermentation in progress: 2 g/10 l. • To prevent a malolactic fermentation completely: 3-5 g/10 l. Art.no. 004.035.2 004.036.0 Content 25 g 100 g Art.no. 001.300.3 001.301.1 Content 25 g 100 g tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 11 002 Yeast nutrients When to add yeast nutrients? The order in which ingredients are added is very important because one ingredient can strongly influence the other, also in a negative way! Nutrients always need to be added BEFORE the yeast. Nutrisal yeast nutrient Nutrivit Special mixture of yeast nutrients, vitamins (i.e. B1), minerals and micronutrients, in ideal proportions. Perfect for a smooth fermentation of all wines (and beers), especially country wines, wines made of concentrated juices and certainly necessary for all problematic fermentations. Dosage: 5-10 g/10 l. Art.no. 002.015.6 002.016.4 Content 100 g 1 kg Powder. Contains diammonium phosphate. Recommended for smooth fermentation of fruit, vegetable and flower wines. Dosage: 3-6 g/10 l. Art.no. 002.004.0 002.005.7 002.007.3 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg VitaDrive F3 VitaDrive F3 is a biological activator and nutrient for dry selected pure yeasts during the rehydration process. Even at an early phase, VitaDrive F3 provides the yeast with essential amino-acids, micro-elements and vitamins. These are released from the naturally activated biomass of VitaDrive F3. For activation of the employed yeast, creation of a nutrient reservoir for a quick fermentation and for the an improvement of taste and aroma. It can be a help to prevent unwanted off-flavours during the aging process. Content: 1 kg. Dosage: for 1 kg of yeast, add 1 kg of VitaDrive F3 to the prepared rehydration suspension. 002.106.3 Cellvit An extract from the cell walls of yeast. A natural product that boosts multiplication of yeasts and their capacity. Advantages: a quicker start, an increase in alcohol production and lower final density. Suited for wine and beer. Dosage: 2-3 g/10 l, to be added BEFORE pitching the yeast. Art.no. 002.020.5 002.021.4 002.105.5 Vitaferm Ultra F3 A multi-nutrient complex combining everything necessary for a secure fermentation process. Comes from yeast cells produced according to the F3-Erbslöh-yeast production process. These cells are subsequently inactivated. Also particularly valuable and important nutrients such as amino acids, peptides, special fermentation co-factors, manoproteins, other adsorptive polymers as well as yeast vitamins, unsaturated fatty acids and sterols are released. Diammonium phosphate and thiamin form the additional nutrient framework. Permitted according to the laws and regulations currently in force in the EU. Purity and quality are proved by specialized laboratories. Content: 1 kg. 12 Content 50 g 500 g Wyeast nutrient blend Carefully combined mixture of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, nitrogen components, phosphates and zinc. It increases the viability of yeast cells, promotes healthy yeast growth, reduces yeast’s 'lag time' (start time), improves fermentation and provides a higher level of attenuation (resulting in a lower final gravity). Suitable for wine and beer. Dosage: 1 g/10 l wort. 2 g/10 l juice. Dissolve in a small amount of hot water and add to the wort or wine. Art.no. 002.010.7 002.011.5 002.012.3 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg 002.100.6 Vitamon B tablets Pure Vitamin B1 in tablets. Particularly important for the fermentation of grapes/ fruit that have been partly infected by Botrytis (Botrytis mould consumes the vitamin B1 present in the fruit!). Dosage: 1 tablet/500 litres of must. Dissolve in a small amount of water and mix well with the must (racking over). Content: 2 tablets. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 003 Acids The acidity of must/wine is always expressed in grams of tartaric acid/litre. In French books, you will find the acidity expressed in sulphuric acid ÷ 1.53. Acidity as tartaric acid = acidity as sulphuric acid x 1.53. Citrol citric acid Malox malic acid Powder. Dosage: 8,5 g/10 l increases the acidity with 1 g/l. Powder. Dosage: 9 g/10 l increases the acidity with 1 g/l. Art.no. 003.026.2 003.027.0 003.028.8 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg Art.no. 003.010.6 003.011.4 003.013.0 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg Mixacid mixed acids An ideal mixture of citric, tartaric and malic acid that stably increases the acidity of musts/wines. Dosage: 10 g/10 l increases the acidity with 1 g/l. Art.no. 003.046.0 003.047.8 003.049.4 Tartrol tartaric acid Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg Powder. Dosage: 10 g/10 l increases the acidity with 1 g/l. Ascorvit ascorbic acid (vit. C) Used to prevent the oxidation of juices, wines and beers. Dosage: 0.5 g / 10 l juice or wine. Art.no. 003.035.3 003.036.1 003.037.9 003.039.5 Content 50 g 100 g 250 g 1 kg Art.no. 003.020.5 003.021.3 003.023.9 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg Lactol lactic acid 80 % Liquid. Recommended to increase the acidity of wines and beers. Also suitable for wine which has finished fermenting. Dosage: 12,5 ml/10 l increases the acidity with 1 g/l. Art.no. 003.002.3 003.003.1 003.005.6 003.006.4 Content 100 ml (125 g) 250 ml (312 g) 1 l (1,25 kg) 5l weighing scales 42 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 13 003 Deacidifiers Desa FIW Desacid precipitated chalk (potassium tartrate) The best deacidifier for grape wine. It only precipitates tartaric acid. Dosage: 15 g/10 l reduces the acidity with 1 g/l. The most popular deacidifier! Contains extra pure calcium carbonate. Dosage: 6.5 g/10 l reduces the acidity with 1 g/l. Also precipitates oxalic acid in rhubarb: Dosage: 2 g/l of rhubarb juice. Art.no. 003.100.5 003.101.3 003.103.9 Art.no. 003.115.3 003.116.1 003.118.7 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg Deacidifier FBN Compound deacidifier with a calcium carbonate, potassium carbonate and potassium tartrate base. Because of its composition, deacidification takes place in a more balanced way than when using a simple deacidifier. This benefits the overall taste of the wine. Dosage: 15 g/10 litre reduces the acidity by 1 g/litre. Art.no. 003.110.4 003.111.2 003.113.8 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg Acidex Special deacidifier for deacidifying in accordance with the double-salt method: the must is partially deacidified and then mixed with the rest of the wine. Malic acid will also be neutralised due to the strong deacidification. Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg Art.no. 003.130.2 003.131.0 003.132.8 When and how to use a deacidifier? Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg Deacidification is best done as early as possible. Calcium carbonate is the most commonly used deacidifier. A great deal of frothing sometimes occurs on deacidification. You should therefore use a sufficiently roomy barrel/receptacle. Add the necessary quantity of deacidfier to the must, stir for a few minutes and leave to rest for a while. Stir again and once more leave to rest. Repeat this a few times until there’s no more CO2 formed (no sound of gas). Now leave everything to settle for 12-24 hours. Then siphon the must/wine, leaving the white layer at the bottom. Kalinat Potassium bicarbonate based deacidifier. Specially intended for deacidifying young grape wines. The deposition of the crystals can take several days but can be accelerated by cooling the wine to 4 °C. It is possible to decrease the acidity to 3 g/litre without any significant change in pH. Content: 1 kg. Dosage: 6,7 g/10 litre reduces the acidity by 1 g/litre. 003.140.1 Neo-Anticid Special deacidifier for deacidifying in accordance with the double-salt method: the must is partially deacidified and then mixed with the rest of the wine. Malic acid will also be neutralised due to the strong deacidification. Art.no. 003.135.1 003.134.4 14 Content 5 kg 25 kg tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Enzymes 003 The use of enzymes You hear the wildest stories about enzymes, so let’s clear up some facts. Unless indicated otherwise, the stated quantity applies at room temperature (20 °C) with a contact time of 12 hours. Every reduction of 7 °C in temperature can be compensated by doubling the dose. Every halving of the desired contact time can also be compensated by doubling the dose. The order in which the ingredients are added is extremely important, one ingredient can have a great influence on the effect of another – even an unfavourable one - so never add e.g. bentonites while the enzymes are still active. Leave at least 12 hours between adding enzymes and adding bentonite. Zymex liquid 003.071.8 Zymex 4000 Highly concentrated simple liquid enzyme for breaking down the pectin. Can reduce the pressing time to 50 % and increase the juice yield up to 10 %. Best kept in the refrigerator. Content: 100 ml. Dosage: 10 ml/100 kg of must at 15 °C, with a contact time of 1-2 h. Zymex Color Special multi active enzyme (pectinase, cellulose and hemi-cellulose activity) in powder to extract more pigment and aroma from red fruit and grapes. Free of depsidase activity (prevents too much tannin and colloidal material being extracted). Best kept in the refrigerator. Dosage: 4-8 g/10 kg of fruit or must at 20 °C with a contact time of 12 hours. Add immediately after the fruit has been crushed. Pecto-enzym. Used for wine and fruit juices of pectin rich fruit. Breaks down the pectin in the fruit, increasing the juice yield and prevents cloudiness afterwards. Best kept in the refrigerator. Dosage: 4-8 g (ml)/10 kg of fruit or must at 20 °C with a contact time of 12 hours. Art.no. 003.051.0 003.052.8 003.054.4 Content 100 ml 250 ml 1l Zymex Aroma Special multi active enzyme (pectinase, arabinase and beta-glycosidase activity) in powder for more aromatic wines and distillates. The arabinase and beta-glycosidase activity releases aromatic components, bound to sugars, from the fruit/grapes. This results in more aromatic wines/musts. Can also be used in distilling. May lead to a slight loss of colour. Best kept in the refrigerator. Dosage: 4-8 g/10 litres of wine, to be added at the end of the fermentation. Zymex powder Pectoenzym. Same properties as Zymex liquid. Easier to preserve. Best kept in the refrigerator. Dosage: 4-8 g (ml)/10 kg of fruit or must at 20 °C with a contact time of 12 hours. Art.no. 003.060.1 003.061.9 003.062.7 003.064.3 Art.no. 003.065.0 003.066.8 003.067.6 003.068.4 Content 25 g 100 g 250 g 1 kg Art.no. 003.073.4 003.075.9 003.076.7 003.077.5 Zymex Mash Highly concentrated liquid enzyme complex, specially developed for maceration of white wines. Its combined pectinase activity means that pectins are broken down. Colloidal matter is also well dissolved through proteinase activity, while beta-glycosidase activity releases bonded aroma components, benefiting the varietal specific aromas in your wine. Best kept in the refrigerator. Dosage: 1-4 ml/100 kg of must at 15 °C with a minimal contact time of 2-6 hours. Content: 100 ml. 003.072.6 Content 25 g 100 g 250 g 1 kg Content 25 g 100 g 250 g 1 kg Alfa-Amylase Liquid. This enzyme breaks down starch and prevents starchy wines or juices from becoming cloudy. Best kept in the fridge. Dosage: 2-4 g/10 l. Art.no. 003.081.7 003.083.3 003.084.1 Content 25 ml 100 ml 1l tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 15 003 Enzymes Trenolin 4000 DF Trenolin Bukett DF Highly concentrated simple liquid enzyme to break down pectin. Can reduce the pressing time by 50 % and increase the juice yield to 10 %. Best kept refrigerated. Dosage: 10 ml/100 kg must at 15 °C, with a contact time of 1-2 h. Highly concentrated liquid enzyme compound. Increases the aroma yield of grapes and fruit. Best added at the end of the fermentation. Depsidase free. Best kept refrigerated. Dosage: 10 ml/100 kg must at 15 °C, with a contact time of 1-2 h. Art.no. 003.210.3 003.211.1 003.201.2 Trenolin Frio DF Trenolin Rouge DF Highly concentrated and very active liquid pectolytic enzyme specially developed for cold maceration of fruit juices or must. Already starts working at 5 °C. Works very fast: 100 % pectin break down in 75 minutes at 8 °C! Improves the press quality of pectin rich fruit, supports the colour extraction in carbonic maceration and pulp fermentation, speeds up the pre-clarification of must. Dosage: 2-4 ml/100 kg at a temperature of 10 °C with a reaction time of 1-2 h. Highly concentrated liquid enzyme compound. Increases the colour yield and the release of tannin from red grapes. Depsidase free. Best kept refrigerated. Dosage: 10 ml/100 kg must at 15 °C, with a contact time of 1-2 h. Art.no. 003.205.3 003.206.1 Content 100 g 1 kg Content 100 g 1 kg Art.no. 003.212.9 003.213.7 Content 100 ml 1l Trenolin Mash DF Highly concentrated liquid enzyme complex, specially designed for maceration of white wines. Its combined pectinase activity means that pectins are broken down. Colloidal matter is also well dissolved through proteinase activity, while Beta-glycosidase activity released bonded aroma components, benefiting the varietal specific aromas in your wine. Best kept refrigerated. Content: 1 kg. Dosage: 1-4 ml/100 kg must at 15 °C. Minimal contact time: 2-6 h. 003.208.7 Fructamyl-FCT Highly concentrated liquid amylase enzyme, designed specially for the fruit juice industry. Breaks down the starch at low temperatures. Best kept refrigerated. Content: 1 kg. Dosage: 5-50 ml/1000 l juice at 20 °C, with a contact time of 2-4 h. 003.501 Fructozym Color 003.500 Fructozym-P Highly concentrated liquid pectinase enzyme, especially for the enzyme treatment of soft fruit mash (blackcurrants, cherries, etc.). Best kept refrigerated. Content: 1 kg. Dosage: 50-200 ml/1000 kg of pulp or juice at 45-55 °C, with a contact time of 1-2 h. 16 Fructozym Color is a liquid, highly concentrated pectolytic enzyme preparation for making particularly colour intensive juices. The colouring matter is extracted from the mash and is preserved stabilized in the juice. Best kept refrigerated. Content: 1 kg. Dosage: doses depend on fruit type, degree of maturity, temperature and contact time. Standard guide values as undermentioned apply to a temperature of 40-50 °C and a contact time of 1-2 h. Black currants: 150-300 ml/ 1000 kg mash. 20-50 ml/ 1000 l juice. Other berries: 50-150 ml/ 1000 kg mash. 5-30 ml/ 1000 l juice. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 003.507 Additives for wine, juice & beer Sorben Preservative liquid used to conserve freshly pressed juices and pickled vegetables. Contains potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate. Dosage: 3 ml/kg fruit (or litre juice). Art.no. 004.051.9 004.054.3 Pectitest To determine the presence of pectin in wine or juices. Easy to use. Mix 30 ml of pectitest into 10 ml of juice or wine. If flakes are formed after 15 to 20 minutes, pectin has been detected. Dispose of the poisonous liquid after the test! Content: 500 ml. Content 100 ml 1l 013.125.0 Sorbistat potassium sorbate Stabiliser, prevents the refermentation of wines and juices. Also used in dairy products. Granulated, easy to dissolve. In wine: always use this product with an equal dose of sulphite (CAMPDEN)! Dosage: 1-2 g/10 l. Campden sulphite Powder. Contains potassium metabisulphite. It is used to prevent the oxidation of juice/ wine/beer, to kill wild yeasts on fruit and to stop a fermentation process. Dosage: to sterilise must/wine: 1 g/10 l. Dosage to sterilise equipment: 1-2 g/l of water (+ citric acid 0,5 g/l). WARNING: when disinfecting materials, always use sulphite in combination with an acid! Art.no. 004.010.5 004.011.3 004.012.1 004.013.9 Art.no. 004.029.5 004.030.3 004.031.1 004.033.7 Content 25 g 100 g 250 g 1 kg Stabivit Specially combined product for stabilising wines after fermentation. Contains potassium metabisulphite, potassium sorbate and ascorbic acid in ideal proportions. Compound product = simple to use (no separate quantities to weigh). Not only does it prevent bottle fermentation but it also provides protection against oxidation and mould. The product may turn a bit yellow during storage and become granular but this does not impede its effectiveness. Dosage: 5 g/10 litres of wine, to be dissolved in a small amount of liquid and then mixed well with the wine. Art.no. 004 Content 004.025.3 100 g (for 200 litres wine) 004.027.9 1 kg (for 2000 litres wine) Content 100 g 250 g 500 g 1 kg Malostop Pure and natural Lysozyme preparation to prevent a malolactic fermentation. Can be used for both red and white wines. Can also be used with higher pH values and to diminish the quantity of SO2 that's added during bottling. Dosage: • To postpone the malolactic fermentation: 1-2 g/10 litres will postpone for 10-14 days. • To stop a malolactic fermentation in progress: 2 g/10 litres. • To prevent a malolactic fermentation completely: 3-5 g/10 l. Art.no. 004.035.2 004.036.0 004.038.6 Content 25 g 100 g 1 kg Obligatory labelling of allergens in wine An EU directive compels obligatory labelling of certain additives used in winemaking. The use of sulphites in commercial wines for example, already need to be clearly labelled for some time now. From May 31, 2009, the use of derivates from milk and eggs will also need labbeling. So, if you are a commercial winemaker and if you are using treatment agents made from albumins, caseins or lysozyme (Malostop), it has to be mentioned on the label. (e.g.: 'contains sulphite, egg products and milk products'). Products based on gelatine don't have to be mentioned. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 17 004 Cleaning Cleaning or disinfecting? Cleaning and disinfection are indissolubly bound to eachother. Cleaning involves removing visible and invisible dirt and is done with a conventional detergent such as sodium triphosphate. Do not use any standard kitchen products (Dreft, Mr Clean, Cif, etc.). They are usually scented and obviously the scent can have a harmful effect on your wine/ beer. Disinfection involves killing bacteria, moulds, yeasts, etc. and is mostly done using a product made from active chlorine, hydrogen peroxide or iodine. Equipment must always be cleaned before it can be disinfected! There are also combination products on the market. Belgian and Dutch legislation prevents us from describing a product as a disinfectant without having it registered as a pesticide. For small companies, this is a wearisome and exorbitantly expensive process. Therefore you wont find ‘disinfectant’ on any single piece of our packaging. Chemipro® ACID Acid-based, no-rinse cleaner for all light duty cleaning in just one treatment (rinsing is not necessary if drained well!). Its hygienic cleaning power is not influenced by organic substances. Suitable for all equipment except copper and steel. Also suitable for rinsing washable filter cartridges. Dosage: 1 % (250 ml makes 25 l of cleaning solution). Contact time: 5-10 minutes. Chemipro® CAUSTIC The original heavy duty cleaner, made from caustic soda and active chlorine. Not very environmentally friendly, but removes almost any dirt. Suitable for glass, plastic and stainless steel. Do not use on copper or soft steel. ALWAYS RINSE WITH HOT WATER AFTER USE. Dosage: 5 g/5 l hot/warm water. Leave to soak for 15 minutes to 1 hour. Rinse well afterwards. Chemipro® OXI THE no-rinse, environmentally friendly cleaner for all light duty cleaning in just one treatment! Active oxygen minimizes contact time and guarantees hygienic cleaning. Rinsing afterwards is not necessary. Dosage: 4 g/litre hot water. Contact time: 2-5 minutes. Chemipro® ACID Art.no. 004.020.4 004.021.2 004.023.8 Content 250 ml 1l 5l Chemipro® CAUSTIC Art.no. 004.045.1 004.046.9 004.047.7 Content 100 g 500 g 2 kg Chemipro® OXI Art.no. 004.055.0 004.059.2 Content 100 g 2 kg Iodophor Campden sulphite Powder. Contains potassium metabisulphite. It is used to sterilise equipment. WARNING: when disinfecting materials, always use sulphite in combination with an acid! Dosage: 1-2 g/l of water (+ citric acid 0,5 g/l). Art.no. 004.010.5 004.011.3 004.012.1 004.013.9 18 Content 100 g 250 g 500 g 1 kg IODOPHOR has been known for years in the US as the preferred product for cleaning all wine making and beer brewing materials. It's an iodine based no-rinse hygienic cleaner. Very effective: contact time is only 2 minutes. Very concentrated: use only 5 ml/10 litres. Easy to use: make solution, soak equipment for 2 minutes, leave to drain, rinse with clear water, ready! Do not use on copper, aluminium, silver, wood. Do not use on dirty equipment: first clean with a detergent. Art.no. 004.060.0 004.061.8 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Content 250 ml 1l 004 Cleaning & stabilising products Caustic soda Industrial cleaning product. For instance, used in rinsing machines for bottles. Dosage: 10-20 g/l, let it soak for 5-10 min at 50-60 °C. Follow the safety regulations! P3-Asepto Art.no. 004.078.2 004.079.0 Content 1 kg 25 kg Sulphur wicks For sterilising wooden barrels, spaces, etc. Doesn't drip. Dosage: 1/2 wick per 100 l barrel space. Art.no. 022.007.9 022.008.7 Content 10 pieces 500 g (± 70 pieces) 004.081.6 004.085.7 Liquid, alkaline cleaning and decontamination agent based on active chlorine. Widely used in the food industry. The product does not cause formation of foam and has excellent fat and protein removal properties. Suitable for equipment such as washing and rinsing installations for baking, crates and components, circulation cleaning (CIP), cleaning of surfaces using spray systems. Applicable in the dairy industry, soft drink industry, breweries, wine cellars, etc. Suitable for stainless steel (AISI 304 and AISI 316) and plastics. Not suitable for aluminium. Content: 1 litre. Temperature: 20-45 °C. Contact time: maximum 60 minutes. Dosage: 1 %. Always rinse with water before and after using P3-Asepto. P3-alcodes Liquid decontamination agent based on alcohol. Fast acting decontamination agent for equipment that has already been cleaned. Applicable in the food industry. Particularly suitable for small surfaces and equipment. In a handy spray bottle. Use & dosing: no dilution required. Spray the equipment and allow to rest for several minutes. Rinse with water. Recognized in Belgium under number 3102 B. This approval number is only valid in Belgium! Art.no. 004.080.8 004.081.6 Description P3-alcodes 1 litre Nozzle Recognized in Belgium under number 1192 B. This approval number is only valid in Belgium! Trisodiumphosphate Anhydrous Soda Universal alkaline degreaser and cleaner. Also removes beer scale. Can be used for cleaning wooden barrels, removing labels, etc. Do not use on aluminium. Dosage: 30 g/10 l of hot water. Content: 1 kg. 004.074.1 Powder. For cleaning bottles and barrels. Dosage: 1 tablespoon/5 litre of hot water. Let soak for 15-60 minutes. Art.no. 004.075.8 004.076.6 Content 1 kg 25 kg Cleaning brushes for wine & beer bottles, demijohns and pipettes Complete description on page 95. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 19 005 Fining agents Liquid isinglass Universal and natural clarifier for wine, juice and beer. Suitable for clarification at cold temperatures. Dosage: 2-5 ml/10 l. 005.056.7 Gelatine powder For clarification of wines, juices, etc. Mostly used in combination with kieselsol (5 ml of kieselsol + 1 g of gelatine, to be added separately!) Dosage: 1-3 g/10 l wine. Dissolve in 5 x its amount of water while stirring continuously. Let it swell for 20 min. and add 5 x its amount of hot water again to dissolve. Klarvit Universal and instantaneous clarification liquid with 2 components (kieselsol, gelatine) for wine, beer and juices! Clarification in 6-24 hours. Creates a solid sediment. Contains 2 x 50 ml, enough for 110-220 l of liquid. Art.no. 005.060.9 005.061.7 005.063.3 Content 100 ml 250 ml 1l Art.no. 005.037.7 005.038.5 005.040.1 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg Gelatine liquid 20% Specially used for clarification of wines, juices, etc. Preferably for use in combination with kieselsol (1 ml kieselsol + 1 ml gelatine, to be added separately). Clears quickly with little precipitation. Easier to use than the powder. Dosage: 2,5-5 ml/10 litres. Art.no. 005.041.9 005.042.7 005.044.3 Gelamost (= must gelatine Erbslöh) Liquid gelatine/ casein derivative for pre-clarification of grape must to reduce polyphenols and catechins. Best added during or immediately after the pressing of the grapes. Dosage: 50-200 ml/100 kg must. Art.no. 005.101.1 005.102.9 Content 100 ml 250 ml 1l Kieselsol Silicagel, used especially for clarification of wine, juices, etc. It is most commonly used in combination with liquid gelatine (1 ml kieselsol + 1 ml gelatine, to be added separately!) which results in a very fast action with little precipitation. Dosage: 2,5-5 ml/10 l. Art.no. Content 005.050.0 100 ml 005.051.8 250 ml 005.054.2 1l Content 250 ml 1l Tannivin Superb A special treated oak tannin for the improvement of the bouquet and the body of wines. It has a harmonizing and colour stabilising effect without increasing the bitterness, this enables the use of higher doses. Can be added from the first siphoning. Dosage: Red wine: 1-20 g/100 l wine, according to personal taste. White wine: 1-5 g/100 l wine, according to personal taste. Art.no. 005.012.0 005.011.2 20 Content 20 g 100 g (Erbslöh) Tannorouge Tannin from sweet chestnut. Mainly used for red wines. Beside bouquet enhancing properties, also has a stabilising effect on anthocyans (red pigments). Best added at the beginning of fermentation. Dosage: 1-3 g/10 litres. Art.no. 005.002.1 005.003.9 005.006.2 Content 20 g 100 g 1 kg Tannoblanc Tannin compound, particularly suitable for white wines. It has very good antioxidant properties and a bouquet enhancing effect. Also has a slight fining action. Dosage: 0,5-1g/10 litres. Art.no. 005.007.0 005.008.8 005.009.6 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Content 20 g 100 g 1 kg Fining agents 005 How do I know which fining agent to use? One of the most convenient methods, and still one of the best, is trial and error: take a number of samples from the wine to be fined and put them in test tubes. Add a few ml or grams of a different fining agent to each test tube. Another test tube of wine/juice with pecto enzyme and one with alpha-amylase (in starch rich fruit) are helpful. Leave to clear for a few hours and you will immediately see which fining agent gives the best result! 005.135.9 Blankasit Acidic silicagel for fining wines/juices. Blankasit is negatively charged and therefore reacts with positive charged colloidal substances. Best used in combination with Combigel. Suitable for fining hard to filter wines (slimy, high colloid content). Dosage: 30-100 ml/100 l + ½ dose of Combigel. Add Blankasit first. Art.no. 005.125.0 005.127.6 Sekt klar Special product for making sparkling wines, improving the sedimentation of yeast in bottle fermentation. Prevents the yeast from sticking to the wall of the bottle and ensures a proper clearing after fermentation. Simplifies disgorging. Content: 1 kg. Dosage: 50-70 ml/100 litre wine. Added just before bottling. 005.155.7 Combigel Liquid compound fining agent made from gelatine, casein and isinglass. Specially for fining young wines, also at lower temperatures. Mainly used in combination with Blankasit. Dosage: 25-30 ml/100 litre + 2 x its volume of Blankasit. Add Combigel last. Content: 1 kg. Content 1 kg 25 kg 005.100.3 Mostgelatine 005.175.5 Hausenpaste Universal and natural clarifier for wine, juice and beer. Suitable for clarification at cold temperatures. Dosage: 2-5 ml/10 l. Content: 1 kg. Liquid gelatine/casein derivative for preclarification of grape must to reduce polyphenols and catechins. Best added during or immediately after the pressing of the grapes. Dosage: 50-200 ml/100 kg must. Content: 10 kg. Mostogel Casein-free, liquid combination of gelatin and PVPP for an early removal of disturbing polyphenols and catechins. Result: clearer wines, reduces the chance of UTA (untypical aging) and aids in the clarification afterwards. Dosage: 50-200 ml/100 kg must. To be added preferably during or right after crushing. Settles after 2-6 hours. This product is an alternative for Mostgelatine which contains casein obtained from milk which is subjected to allergen labelling. Klar-sol 30 A transparent alkaline silica sol for clarification/fining in combination with a protein containing treatment agent (Gelita-Klar ®, ErbiGel ®, IsingClair-Hausenpaste, CombiGel ®). Content: 25 kg. Art.no. 005.104.5 005.103.7 Content 1 kg 10 kg 005.115.1 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 21 005 Fining agents How to add bentonite? In order to maximise its effect, bentonite must always be allowed to soak: dissolve the quantity of bentonite required in 3 to 5 times its own volume of water. Then leave to swell for 6-12 hours! Pour off the excess water and dilute once again with a small amount of the wine that needs to be fined. Stir well and finally mix the bentonite solution thoroughly with the entire quantity of must/wine to be fined. Nacalit eisenarm A low-iron sodium-calcium bentonite for protein stabilisation, tannin reduction and fining. Particularly suitable for wines or must with a high pH value and low acidity. Also suitable for pre-clarification or after pulp fermentation because Nacalit flocculates (floats to the surface). Dosage: 50-100 g/100 l wine. Benton bentonite Special quality bentonite for wine in granulated form. With very high absorbing capacity. Also used for pre-clarification of wines and juices (must). Dosage: 1-2 g/l. Let it soak overnight in 10x its volume of water and add it afterwards. Art.no. 005.015.3 005.016.1 005.021.1 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg 005.174.7 Albuvin Dried protein used for fining and flavour harmonisation in red wines. Removes polyphenols (flavonoids). Dosage: 4-16 g/100 l, dissolve in 10x its own volume of water while stirring very thoroughly. Siphon/filter the wine after a few days. Content: 1 kg. Art.no. 005.105.2 005.107.8 Most-rein eisenarm Combination product for pre-clarification made from bentonite, gelatine and activated carbon. For eliminating pesticides and other disruptive substances (atypical aging flavours) in the must. Prevents any later developed ‘off-flavours’ such as a rotten egg odour (H2S). Dosage: 100 g/100 litre must, added to 3-5x its volume of water. After a little swelling time, add to the must and mix well! The deposited finings can optionally be removed before or after alcoholic fermentation. Content 1kg 20 kg Seporit eisenarm Bentonite granules specially for pre-clarification of must: protein stabilisation, tannin reduction and elimination of fermentation inhibitors (e.g. with botrytis infection). Can be removed before or after fermentation. Dosage: 100-200 g/100 l. Content: 5 kg. 005.140.9 Art.no. 005.111.0 005.110.2 Content 5 kg 20 kg Venturi liquid injector SST NW-40 For dosing and mixing clarifiers and other liquids into your wine tank in an easy way, simply by pumping. The venturi effect takes the clarifier out of your bucket and homogenously blends it with the pumped wine (or juice or beer). Guarantees perfect mixing. Connection: NW 40. 22 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 005.250.6 Fining agents 005 Kupzit®-test 013.109.4 Digital weighing spoon 300 g Handy gadget for weighing small amounts of powders and grains. Range: 0.1 up to 300 g (0.005 up to 10.5 oz). Gradations are digitally displayed on the spoon. Batteries included. The Kupzit ® test is used for the determination of the required amount of Kupzit ® needed for the treatment of Böckser and the presence of mercaptan. To determine the right amount 2 tests are needed (coarse and fine). The dosage depends on the intensity of the sulphite odour/taste. The dosage of Kupzit ® depends on the national legislation, E.U. regulations dictate a maximum dosage of 50 g per 200 liters of wine (in case of extreme deviations). This set – packed in a practical plastic casing – contains: • 1 Kupzit solution 100 ml • 1 syringe 5 ml (coarse test) • 1 syringe 5 ml (fine test) • 1 filter needle 20 ml • 1 filter holder • 1 filter (fiberglass) 013.191.2 013.102.9 Digitale scale 500 g Kupzit® Handy model for accurate weighing of all sorts of ingredients! With clear LCD display. • Weighs up to 500 g per 0,1 g. • Tare function. • Counting function. • Automatic shut off function. • Dimensions: 120 x 90 x 25 mm. • Works on included 9 V battery (included). A combined product based on high quality bentonite and copper citrate for the treatment of Böckser and mercaptan. Thanks to the granulate form, the Kupzit has a strong odour absorptive power. Easy to dose. Dosage: 5-20 g/100 liters. This dosage is legally defined. E.U. regulations dictate a maximal dosage of 50 g/100 litres (in case of extreme deviations). Use the Kupzit test kit (013.191.2) to dertermine the dosage. Content: 1 kg. 006.074.9 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 23 006 Taste & colour correcting products Why should you use oak in wine? The use of oak during wine making will change some characteristics of your wine: taste, aroma, preservation and colour stability. 3 ways to add these characteristics: • Maturation in oak barrels. To benefit of the specific advantages choose a barrel without a protective layer on the inside. Most decorative barrels have a paraffin layer and are mostly used for decoration but can also serve as storage or pouring wine or alcohol. 2 types of oak: American and French. American oak gives a fruity character to the wine, the French a more spicy touch. • The use of oak chips has a few more advantages. They don’t take up any space and are easily added to your wine. Thanks to the large contact surface you don’t even have to add that much. • Alcohol based oak extract. Also very easy to add and quickly mixes with the wine which means you can immediately test the wine sensorial. Tips: • Put the chips in a hop bag for easy removal after use. • Try adding chips to the mash. This way, your wine is better protected against oxidation (better colour stability and longer preservation) • For a special taste: try the sherry and whisky chips. • Why not experiment with oak chips in beer! How much chips to use and how long to mature in the barrel? The more chips you add, the shorter the contact time. For wooden barrels, maturation time depends on how many times the barrel has already been used. 24 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Taste & colour correcting products 006 Oak chips French Letting your wine or beer age 'in oak' without an oak barrel? It can, thanks to these French Oak Chips with controlled, guaranteed quality and toasting. Less expensive than an oak barrel. Dosage: 5-30 g/10 l wine. Contact time: a few days to 3 months. Can be added to the must and the wine (or beer!). Oak chips French MEDIUM toast Art.no. Content 006.141.6 250 g 006.142.4 1 kg 006.140.8 22,7 kg Oak chips French HEAVY toast Art.no. 006.146.5 006.147.3 006.145.7 Content 250 g 1 kg 22,7 kg Oak chips American Oak-a-vin Natural oak extract of extremely high quality, originating in Limousin, France. This product changes the wine in just a few days, whereas a wooden barrel would take a few months. Dosage: For white wines: 2 ml/l. For red wines: 4 ml/l. Whisky, cognac and sherry up to 12 ml/l. Art.no. 006.030.1 006.031.9 006.032.7 Content 30 ml 100 ml 1l American oak chips add a more vanilla-like taste to your wine. Medium toasted chips can add almond and caramel flavour and are mainly used in light wines. Heavy toasted chips produce a more nutty and roasted flavour to wines and are mainly used in heavy and full-bodied wines. Dosage: 5-30 g/10 l wine. Contact time: a few days to 3 months. Can be added to the must or wine (or beer!). Oak chips American MEDIUM toast Art.no. Content 006.151.5 250 g 006.152.3 1 kg 006.150.7 22,7 kg Oak chips American HEAVY toast Art.no. Content 006.156.4 250 g 006.157.2 1 kg 006.155.6 22,7 kg Oak chips Sherry & Whisky Exclusively available at Brouwland: chips from originally used SHERRY OLOROSO barrels and used WHISKY barrels. Give a matchless aroma to your wine, beer or liqueur! You can use these chips in the same way as the classic oak chips: leave in contact with the wine, beer or liqueur for a few weeks during fermentation/ riping. Regularly taste for follow-up of the taste evolution and most important: enjoy. Vacuum packed for maximal preservation of aroma. Gerbinol super Compound product made from isinglass, albumin and gelatine for reducing or eliminating astringency and off-flavours originating from oxidation, roughly handled, over-pressed fruit/grapes or faults in fermentation. In case of serious flavour changes or faults, it can be used in combination with Granucol. Treat with Granucol first and after 1 to 2 days, with Gerbinol Super. At low doses it can also be used for 'rounding' dry wines. Dosage: 0.5-2 g/10 litre, dissolve stirring firmly in 10x its own volume of water, then add to the wine that needs treatment while mixing thoroughly. Siphon after 2 to 3 days. Oak chips Sherry Oloroso Art.no. 006.160.6 006.161.4 Content 250 g 1 kg Oak chips Whisky Art.no. 006.165.5 006.166.3 Oenocyanine Natural colouring extracted from grape peel. For colouring overly light wines. May not be used in commercial wines! Art.no. Art.nr. 006.005.3 006.006.1 006.008.7 Content 25 g 100 g 1 kg (Erbslöh) Content 250 g 1 kg Content 006.050.9 100 ml 006.051.7 250 ml 006.053.3 1l 006.055.8 25 l tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 25 006 Taste & colour correcting products Glycerine Liquid. Increases the viscosity and sweetness. Suitable for wine and beer. Of vegetable origin. Not fermentable. May not be used in commercial wines! Art.no. 006.026.9 006.027.7 006.029.3 006.025.1 Content 100 ml = 125 g 250 ml = 315 g 1 l = 1,25 kg 5 l = 6,25 kg Mostfein Natural, sweetened concentrate made from dates and other ingredients. Improves the flavour, increases acidity and sweetness. Art.no. 006.022.8 006.023.6 Content 250 ml 1l Granucol GE Active vegetable carbon, granulated, special quality for wine. Removes bad flavours and aromas (e.g. mould) but leaves the colour intact. Has a high absorbency and is easily removable thanks to the special granulated structure. Dosage: 3-10 g/10 l. Add while stirring firmly. Remove after 1 day by siphoning/ filtering. Art.no. 006.035.0 006.036.8 006.038.4 006.039.2 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg 10 kg (Erbslöh) Active carbon deodorising Active vegetable carbon in powder form. Dosage: 2-10 g/10 l. Dissolve in a small amount of juice or water and add the mixture to your wine while stirring firmly. Remove after 1 day by siphoning/filtering. Art.no. Content 006.064.0 2 kg 006.068.1 20 kg Description Active carbon deodorising Ercarbon GE (Erbslöh) Granucol FA Active vegetable carbon, granulated, special quality for wine. To remove or improve colour; takes away the brownish colour (e.g. oxidation) but leaves the flavour intact. Has a high absorbency and easy to remove, thanks to the special granulated structure. Dosage: 1-3 g/10 l, to be added while stirring firmly. Remove after 1 day by siphoning/ filtering. Art.no. 006.040.0 006.041.8 006.043.4 006.044.2 Active carbon decolourising Active vegetable carbon in powder form. Must be dissolved before adding. It can also be mixed in a (kieselguhr) filter. Also suitable for creating filter beds to allow liquid to flow through, for instance to treat distillates. Dosage: 1-3 g/10 l. Dissolve in a small amount of juice or water and ad the mixture to your wine or juice while stirring firmly. Remove after 1 day by siphoning/ filtering. Art.no. Oenological oil Alcopur Special adsorbent minerals used for harmonising the bouquet of ready to drink liqueurs and spirits. Removes the raw aroma's of freshly distilled alcohol. Sufficient for 10-20 litres of liqueur. Easy to use: add to liqueur/alcohol and stir gently. Let it react for 1-3 days while tasting periodically. Siphon when the desired result is achieved. ALCOPUR does not dissolve in alcohol/ liqueur, so can easily be removed! Art.no. 006.134.0 006.135.8 26 Content 5g 50 g Creates a protective layer and protects the wine against mould and oxidation. Deodorises (mould). It can be used in containers that are not completely filled (tapped demijohns) by pouring a layer of approximately 1 cm on the wine (it does NOT mix with the wine!). Also suitable for greasing equipment used for wine making. Art.no. 006.015.2 006.016.0 006.018.6 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg 10 kg (Erbslöh) Content 006.065.7 1 kg 006.067.3 15 kg Description Active carbon decolourising Ercarbon FA (Erbslöh) Anti-mould tablets Floating tablets that sterilise the air above the wine. Protects against mould and acescence and preserves wine in partially filled bottles. Content: 12 tablets. Dosage: 1 tablet/25 l, to be replaced every 3 weeks. Content 100 ml 250 ml 1l tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 006.020.2 Taste & colour correcting products Sensovin Compound powder made from potassium caseinate, polyvinylpolypyrrolidone (PVPP) and silicates for harmonising wines and correcting flavour problems such as abnormal aging flavours, offflavours, oxidised wines, etc. Dosage: 5-60 g/100 l. Content: 1 kg. 006 Polyclar V Pure PVPP for the treatment of wine or beer. PVPP is an insoluble substance with a special surface structure which makes it highly adsorbent. Adding PVPP to the wine reduces the polyphenols without harming the structure of the wine. This results in more stable wines that are protected against oxidation for a longer period and preserve their bright colour and freshness. Using PVPP reduces the quantity of SO2 needed. May not be used in organic wines. Dosage: 15-40 g/100 l for normal treatments. 30-70 g/100 l for wines high in flavonoids. Can be added 2 hours before other finings are used. The PVPP then settles with the finings. Where only PVPP is used, filter after 1 day. Content: 1 kg. 006.130.9 006.125.9 Anti-foam Ferroplex Combined product based on gum arabic and citric acid to prevent metal haze in wines. Dosage: 50 g/100 l wine. Content: 1 kg. Silicon-based product. Prevents the formation of foam during distillation. Totally odourless, tasteless and completely neutral. Art.no. 006.010.3 006.012.9 006.013.7 006.075.6 Content 100 ml 1l 5l Tartar Pure tartar. Is added to lighter coloured wines to carry out a natural cold stabilisation: chilling the wine to < 4 °C and adding a quantity of tartar (4 g/l) 'forces' natural precipitation of the tartar crystals. Reaction time: 4-6 hours, after which the wine needs filtering. Precipitating the tartar crystals in the tank prevents any precipitation of crystals in the bottled wine. Art.no. 003.120.3 003.125.2 Content 100 g 1 kg Metagum Hydrogum Mixture of gum arabic and metatartaric acid. Prolongs crystal stability (prevents/delays the deposition of tartaric acid crystals). Also stabilises the colour of red wines. Only carry out treatment with Metagum on stabilised wines (treated with Nacalit 005.105.2). Dosage: 10 g/100 litre, to be added 2-3 days before bottling. Dissolve in 20x its own volume of wine and let it rest for a few minutes. Then mix with the total quantity of wine that needs to be treated. Content: 1 kg. HydroGum is a liquid Arabic gum. A natural product derived from the juice of the Acacia Senegal tree. Odourless, stabilised with SO2 and citric acid. Is used to prevent turbidity by metals like copper and iron. Slows down the formation of crystals. Gives a fuller mouthfeel to the wine. Can also be used as colour stabiliser for red and rosé wines. Dosage: depending on the type of wine between 40 and 100 ml/hl. Legally permitted up to 150 ml/hl. Content: 1 kg. 006.077.2 Prepur 006.076.4 Compound product with cellulose, potassium caseinate and PVPP for preventive treatment of 'stressed' must (e.g. over-pressed, crushed with the stems, subjected to excessively long pulp fermentation, etc) Greatly reduces polyphenols and catechines. Add together with a pre-clarification agent. Dosage: 30-100 g/ 100 kg of must. Content: 2.5 kg. 006.127.5 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 27 006 Sugars Candy sugar The original candy sugar used by many Belgian breweries. Adds a unique flavour to your beer. Also very suitable for wines, liqueurs and pastries or for making your own elderberry syrup. Available in crushed white and brown rocks and as syrup. Candi syrup 180-220 EBC Art.no. Content 007.088.8 250 ml (=325 g) 007.086.2 7 kg 007.089.6 25 kg White rock candy Art.no. 007.083.9 007.093.8 007.091.2 Content 500 g 5 kg 25 kg Brown rock candy Art.no. 007.082.1 007.092.0 007.090.4 Content 500 g 5 kg 25 kg Lactose Not fermentable. Ideal for sweetening overly dry wines. Sweetness compared to sucrose(100) = 16. Not allowed to be used in commercial wines! Art.no. 007.050.8 007.052.4 007.053.2 007.054.0 Content 250 g 1 kg 5 kg 25 kg Sorbitol 70% Liquid sorbitol. The ideal sweetener for wines that have stopped fermenting. Non-fermentable. Easy to use. Not allowed to be used in commercial wines! Art.no. 007.066.4 007.065.6 007.067.2 Content 250 ml (=325 g) 1 l (=1,30 kg) 5 l (= 6,46 kg) Sorbitol Sorbitol powder. Not fermentable.Sweetness compared to sucrose (100) = 60. Not allowed to be used in commercial wines! Art.no. 007.060.7 007.062.3 007.063.1 007.064.8 Content 250 g 1 kg 5 kg 25 kg Sugar cane Adds a special taste to beer and wine. Light Art.no. 007.021.9 007.022.7 007.023.5 Content 1 kg 5 kg 25 kg Dark Art.no. 007.031.8 007.032.6 007.035.9 Content 1 kg 5 kg 50 kg Fructose For sweetening liqueurs, jams, etc. Sweetness compared to sucrose (100) = 173. Glucose (= dextrose, meritose, grape sugar) The ideal sugar for a full and faster fermentation without residual sugar. Also suitable for the preparation of kombucha. Sweetness compared to sucrose (100) = 74.3. Art.no. Content 007.001.1 500 g 007.002.9 1 kg 007.003.7 5 kg 007.005.2 25 kg 28 Art.no. 007.070.6 007.072.2 007.074.8 007.073.0 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Content 250 g 1 kg 5 kg 25 kg A taste for sugar Lactose, or milk sugar, is a sugar that’s present in the milk of all mammals, cow’s milk for instance contains 4-5% lactose. Lactose is present in almost every dairy product, but it can also be found in some tropical plants. Pure lactose forms large, hard crystals which are difficult to dissolve. Lactose is a disaccharide of galactose and glucose. It’s less sweet than sugars such as sucrose (table sugar/cane sugar/ beet sugar) and glucose (grape sugar). During digestion lactose is broken down to the monosaccharides (galactose and glucose) of which it’s built. Some people aren’t capable of breaking down lactose because they lack these enzymes.As a result they are hypersensitive to lactose, this is called lactose intolerance. They cannot digest large amounts of lactose. If a person with this condition should drink a glass of milk they would feel nauseated. Maltose is a reducing sugar which results in two molecules of sugar after hydrolysis. Almost every organism can break down maltose with the maltase enzyme. The formation of maltose and glucose in sprouting barley under influence of the amylase enzyme is very important during malting in beer brewing. Invert sugar is a mixture of equal parts of (amount of molecules) glucose (grape sugar) and fructose (fruit sugar). Invert sugar is made from regular sugar (sucrose) by the influence of acids and enzymes. it’s industrially used as a sweetener. Invert sugar doesn’t crystalize as fast as sucrose and stays softer because of it. Pastry chefs use this quality for icings, etc. Invert sugar is also used to improve wine, champagne and liqueur and it’s also a substitute for honey since it largely contains the same sugar ratio. Lactose Maltose Invert sugar (glucose + fructose) Glucose Honey Sucrose (table sugar) 16 32.5 50 74.3 97 100 Fructose 173 Glucose is also known as grape sugar. The natural form (D-glucose) is also called dextrose, particularly in the food industry. It is one of the most important energy sources for the human body. Glucose is made by plants during photosynthesis. Honey is a natural sweetener made by honey bees. The main ingredients are nectar, secretion product of living plant parts or extraneous substances of plant juice sucking insects on living plant parts. These elements contain several sugars, minerals and trace elements. The bees transform the nectar into honey by adding enzymes (diastase, invertase, catalase) and by vaporizing the excess damp of the nectar. Taste, smell and consistency (hardness and runniness) of honey vary according to the flower type. As the season progresses the honey will hold more glucose and have a thicker consistency. Sucrose or table sugar (sometimes called saccharose) is a disaccharide consisting of a glucose and a fructose element. It’s extracted from sugar beets, sugar cane or sugar palm by means of raffination. During that process the plant’s sugar is dissolved in hot water and refined by recrystallization and filtration. Fructose is most commonly used as sweetener because it’s 2.5 times as sweet as glucose and about 1.7 times as sweet as sucrose. Most sugar free products however contain other sweeteners. First of all because for diabetics, fructose is equal to sugar limiting their diet just the same and secondly because modern sweeteners like aspartame and Acesulfame K are hundred times sweeter than sucrose without additional calories. Fructose is easier absorbed by the body than sucrose or glucose and the taste sensation is stronger and disappears faster than sucrose. Fructose also has the ability to amplify other flavours. For years fructose has been considered to be a save sugar for diabetics because it doesn’t lead up to a fast increase of the blood sugar concentration. Although fructose is absorbed much slower, opinions are changing because there are now indications that frequent use of fructose can even contribute to diabetes and related diseases. Source(s) Wikipedia NL: 'Zoetmiddel fructose kan leiden tot diabetes en hartproblemen' Diabetesnieuws.be 011 Airlocks & bungs Airlock bubbler model with red cap Airlock Duplex Cylindrical model of excellent quality. Easy to clean. Obligatory for larger barrels. The most popular airlock. Protects against flies, oxidation and contamination. Suitable for containers in the range of 1-50 l. Fits a 9 mm hole. 010.001.6 Art.no. 010.009.9 010.010.7 010.011.5 010.012.3 Type DP-0 DP-1 DP-1A DP-2 For barrel up to 60 l 60-120 l 200-500 l 500-1000 l ØxH 4 cm x 12,5 cm 6,7 cm x 14 cm 8 cm x 20,5 cm 14 cm x 24 cm For hole 9 mm 17 mm 17 mm 23 mm What does an airlock do? FILLING THE AIRLOCK WITH A LITTLE WATER makes it act as a kind of siphon, keeping the beer or wine away from the outside air. No outside bacteria can get in, but because of the excess pressure, the carbon dioxide formed during fermentation will be able to escape through the airlock. Twin-bubble airlocks are the cheapest but are harder to clean than the cylindrical versions. With volumes of 50 l or more, it's necessary to use a cylindrical airlock. The water in the airlock can evaporate and regular checking and topping up is necessary. If required, the airlock can be filled with a sulphite solution instead of ordinary water. Do this by mixing a pinch of sulphite and citric acid in a cup of water. Brewing / fermentation bucket 30 l Bucket in synthetic material, approved for food-use, with lid, tap and airlock! With a specially reinforced upper rim. In white polypropylene and therefore also suitable for hot liquids up to 100 °C. With litre graduation! Art.no. 017.630.5 017.636.2 018.053.9 010.001.6 30 Description Brewing/ fermentation bucket 30 l + tap and airlock Replacement rubber Tap with PVC backnut Airlock Plastic barrel round Easy to clean, thanks to the large opening. The lid hermetically seals the container and is equipped with a hole for an airlock. Tap, bung, airlock and 1 hermetically sealing screw cap included... all at an unsurpassed price! Art.no. 017.750.1 017.751.9 017.752.7 017.753.5 Capacity 30 litres 60 litres 120 litres 210 litres Seperate accessories 017.755.1 017.756.8 017.758.4 017.759.2.M 017.759.2.Z tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Dimensions Ø x H 40 x 36 cm 40 x 61 cm 50 x 78 cm 56 x 97 cm Airlock White tap Rubber ring for tap Red screw top with hole Red screw top without hole 011 Rubber bungs & caps Rubber bungs Conical bungs in grey rubber. Ideal to seal off containers with an airlock. They wear out much slower than rubber caps. Fits IN the neck of the container. 011.067.6 Rubber bung with 2 holes High model (8 cm) in red rubber. 2 holes of 9 mm for airlock and siphon. Diameter: 35/60 mm. WECK caps Small rubber caps to seal off bottles. Ideal for use with the Natursaft ® steam juicer. The flexible rubber guarantees a hermetic seal and it ensures that no under-pressure occurs during the cooling process. This way there's no danger of imploding bottles. Safe and secure! Make sure that the inner dia-meter of the weck cap is at least 2 mm SMALLER than the outer diameter of the bottle! 10 per pack. Art.no. Type Ø 011.020.5 011.021.3 nr. 1 nr. 2 23 mm 28 mm For Small bottles Wine bottles Ø top/bottom 9 / 5 mm 12 / 8 mm 14,5 / 10,5 mm 18 / 14 mm 22 / 17 mm 24 / 18 mm 27 / 21 mm 32 / 26 mm 35 / 29 mm 38 / 31 mm 44 / 36 mm 49 / 41 mm 55 / 47 mm 60 / 50 mm 65 / 56 mm 70 / 60 mm 75 / 65 mm 83 / 71 mm 92 / 79 mm With Ø 9 mm hole for airlock. Fits around the neck of the bottle. Art.no. 011.001.5 011.002.3 011.003.1 011.004.9 011.005.6 Type Ø no. 3 no. 4 no. 4A no. 5 no. 6 35 mm 40 mm 50 mm 60 mm 65 mm For demijohn 5 litres 10-34 litres 54 litres - 2L Wine bottles 5L 10 - 34 L 54 L Without hole 011.061.9 011.070.0 011.062.7 011.063.5 011.024.7 011.064.3 011.065.0 011.025.4 011.026.2 011.027.0 011.029.6 011.030.4 011.031.2 011.032.0 011.033.8 011.034.6 011.035.3 011.036.1 011.037.9 With hole 9 mm 011.038.7 011.039.5 011.071.8 011.072.6 011.040.3 011.041.1 011.042.9 011.044.5 011.045.2 011.046.0 011.047.8 011.048.6 - With hole 17 mm 011.054.4 011.053.6 011.055.1 011.056.9 011.057.7 011.058.5 011.059.3 - Height 2 cm 2 cm 2 cm 2 cm 2,5 cm 3 cm 3 cm 3 cm 3 cm 3,5 cm 4 cm 4 cm 4 cm 4,5 cm 4,5 cm 5 cm 5,5 cm 6 cm 6,5 cm Silicone bungs Bungs made of high-quality food-grade silicone. Resistant to high temperatures and leave absolutely no odour or taste. Very useful for closing flasks, casks, tanks, etc. or for use in a laboratorium. Also available with a 9 mm hole. Ø top/bottom Rubber cap For demijohns Without hole With hole 9 mm 17 / 22 mm 011.204.5 011.224.3 18 / 24 mm 011.205.6 011.225.1 21 / 27 mm 011.206.0 011.226.8 23 / 29 mm 011.207.8 011.227.6 26 / 32 mm 011.208.6 011.228.4 29 / 35 mm 011.209.4 011.229.2 31 / 38 mm 011.210.2 011.230.0 36 / 44 mm 011.212.8 011.232.6 41 / 49 mm 011.213.6 011.233.4 47 / 55 mm 011.214.4 011.234.2 60 / 70 mm 011.216.9 011.236.7 71 / 83 mm 011.219.3 - tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 31 012 Corks Which cork for what purpose? ALL our corks have been siliconised. Therefore, prior soaking of these corks is not necessary. Should you still want to do this, then immerse the corks for 10 minutes in a lukewarm solution of equal amounts of sulphite and citric acid to disinfect them. Pat dry before use with a clean cloth. NATURAL CORKS have a diameter of 24 mm. Attention: there are discount shops that trade in 23 mm and 22 mm corks. Don’t be misled. A diameter of 1 mm less = 10% less cork! The higher the quality, the longer the possible storage time of your wine. The lower the quality, the more holes, tears and other defects in the cork. When your budget is limited, you can take a lower quality and discard the corks with the most defects yourself. AGGLOMERATED CORKS are made of compressed cork granules. Contrary to what many people think these corks have a good consistent quality. They are harder than normal corks, and therefore their diameter has been reduced to 23 mm. They can only be used with standing corkers. A good cork screw is essential! SYNTHETIC CORKS have a natural cork colour, a perfect shape, a very consistent density, and a neutral taste and odour. All this thanks to the use of high quality thermoplastic elastomers (in full accordance with the current EU guidelines as well as the american FDA requirements). Many hundreds of commercial wine makers AND breweries have already put their trust in these corks. If you too use them in the correct way (*), these corks will give you 100% satisfaction guaranteed. The main advantages are: • No cork taste (no TCA) or other flavour abnormalities • No crumbling of the cork • No cork dust • No leakage • No dehydration and therefore a better and longer preservation of wine or beer flavours • Simple application on your existing installation • Does not break when uncorking the bottle. • Your bottles can be stored vertically, horizontally or upsidedown without any problems • Easy to uncork • No absorption of wine or beer in the cork • attractive price/quality ratio • Easy to place back in the bottle after uncorking • 100% Recyclable • The beer cork and champagne cork models are inserted like the classic champagne corks and can resist a pressure of 12 bar. (*) user recommendations: Leave a gap of 15-20 mm between the cork and the liquid and only use a solid corker on base or an electrical corking machine. The pressing blocks needs to close perfectly to avoid creases in the cork. The pressing blocks are best made of stainless steel, chromium-plated or nylon. TWIN-CORKS offer a CONSISTENT and very good quality. These corks consist of compressed cork granules, but are fitted at the top and bottom with a disc of natural cork. Therefore, the prejudice against compressed cork is outdated. The benefits, on the other hand, are significant: • Constant density of the cork and, therefore, a constant ‘counter pressure’ against the neck of the bottle resulting in a perfect seal. • The 2 cork disks have been treated, so that deviations in flavour are virtually excluded. • Normal ‘natural cork’ appearance during the opening of the bottle. • Treated with silicone for easy uncorking. • Affordable and guaranteed quality in every shipment. • Length 39 mm fitted with normal cork disks for the cost-conscious winemaker. • Length 45 mm fitted with EXTRA quality disks for top quality without compromise! Natural corks for wine LxØ Storage time 100 pieces Quality Super 38 x 24 mm 4 - 5 years 012.051.9 38 x 24 mm 3 - 4 years 012.041.0 1st qual. 38 x 24 mm 2 - 3 years 012.031.1 2nd qual. 38 x 24 mm 1 - 2 years 012.021.2 3rd qual. Super 45 x 24 mm + 8 years 012.111.1 45 x 24 mm 6 - 8 years 012.101.2 1st qual. 45 x 24 mm 4 - 6 years 012.091.5 2nd qual. 45 x 24 mm 2 - 4 years 012.081.6 3rd qual. Agglomerated corks for wine LxØ Storage time 38 x 23 mm 45 x 23 mm ‹ 2 years ‹ 3 years Synthetic corks for wine and beer LxØ Storage time For Wine 38 x 22 mm 8 years Wine 42 x 22 mm 8 years Beer 43 x 25 mm - 100 pieces 012.071.7 012.141.8 012.052.7 012.042.8 012.032.9 012.022.0 012.112.9 012.102.0 012.092.3 012.082.4 1000 pieces 012.072.5 012.142.6 100 pcs. 1000 pcs. 2500 pcs. 012.066.7 012.067.5 012.068.3* 012.136.8 012.137.6 012.138.4 012.216.8 012.217.6 012.218.4 *packed per 3000 pieces. TWIN-CORKS for wine LxØ Storage time 100 pieces Type NORM 39 x 24 mm + 5 years 012.061.8 EXTRA 32 1000 pieces 45 x 24 mm + 10 years tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 012.131.9 1000 pieces 012.062.6 012.132.7 Pilferproof capsules & screw caps 012 Manual pilferproof tongs With a simple squeeze of these tongs you can seal the lower sealing ring of threaded PP caps. Suitable for screwcaps with Ø 28 mm or 31,5 mm, with both 18 mm and 24 mm depth. Art.no. 020.079.28 020.079.315 Description PP tongs Ø 28 mm PP tongs Ø 31,5 mm Pilferproof capsuler with handle Professional electric tabletop model, with handle. Capacity: up to 300 bottles/ h. With standard PP31.5 head. Other heads available upon request. 020.081.6 Pre-threaded pilferproof capsules Fit on all bottles with standard turning caps (cfr. Martini). These pre-threaded capsules allow you to close bottles without fancy and expensive equipment. The use of a small tongs (ref. 020.079.x) is sufficient. Colour Gold Gold Gold Black Green Burgundy Red White Yellow Blue Silver ØxH 28 x 18 mm 31,5 x 18 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 25 pieces 012.460.2 012.420.6 012.425.5 012.430.5 012.435.4 012.440.4 012.445.3 012.450.3 012.455.2 100 pieces 012.282.0 012.280.4 012.461.0 012.421.4 012.426.3 012.431.3 012.436.2 012.441.2 012.446.1 012.451.1 012.456.0 1000 pieces 012.283.8 012.281.2 012.462.8 012.422.2 012.427.1 012.432.1 012.437.0 012.442.0 012.447.9 012.452.9 012.457.8 Unthreaded pilferproof capsules These fit on all bottles with standard turning caps (cfr. Martini). For these unthreaded caps, you can use pilfer proof machines like ref. 020.081.6 or 020.082.4. Colour Silver Gold Black Green Burgundy Red White Yellow Blue ØxH 28 x 15 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 31,5 x 24 mm 1000 pieces 012.410.7 012.400.8 012.401.6 012.402.4 012.403.2 012.404.0 012.405.7 012.406.5 012.407.3 Pilferproof capsuler with press-button Professional electric tabletop model, with push button. Capacity: up to 300 bottles/hour. With standard PP31.5 head. Other heads available upon request. 020.082.4 Plastic screw caps These plastic screw caps mca 28 x 15 mm with signet ring fit on most glass and plastic (PET) bottles. The plastic caps can easily be placed on the bottles manually. They are an excellent alternative for the PP28 capsules which need the use of a machine. Colour Red Blue 25 pieces 012.370.3 012.375.2 100 pieces 012.371.1 012.376.0 1000 pieces 012.372.9 012.377.8 4500 pieces 012.373.7 012.378.6 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 33 012 Champagne cages & corks Champagne wire cages Easy to fit. Suitable for all regular champagne bottles. Art.no. 012.237.4 012.236.6 012.238.2 Champagne/ beer corks agglomerated In pressed cork. Fits standard cider, sparkling wine and champagne bottles. With 2 natural cork slices at the bottom, treated for TCA. Use 020.025.TS3 or 020.022.0 for the champagne corks. Beer corks can be corked with 020.016.4. Champagne corks with cork slices Art.no. ØxH 012.210.1 30,5 x 48 mm 012.211.9 30,5 x 48 mm Number 50 pieces 100 pieces 1000 pieces Port cork Altec beer corks Champagne wire cages with cap For normal champagne bottles with champagne stopper. H x Ø lid: 38 x 30 mm. Art.no. Number 012.270.5 50 pieces 012.271.3 100 pieces 012.274.7 1000 pieces Champagne wire cages with cap for beer corks Black cap with silver coloured wire. H x Ø lid: 38 x 26.5 mm. Art.no. 012.276.2 012.277.0 Number 100 pieces 1000 pieces Technological corks of very high quality, made of the most noble parts of cork (suberine) which are ground and pressed together with polyurethane. Guarantees a perfect seal of your beer/cider bottles and prevents possible TCA contamination. Dimensions: 44 x 25.5 mm. Art.no. 012.214.3 012.215.0 Number 100 pieces 1000 pieces Number 100 pieces 1000 pieces aluminium capsules 104 With black plastic head (Ø 29 mm), for all normal wine/port bottles. Total height: 29 mm, Ø cork: 20 mm. Ø plastic head: 29 mm. Art.no. 012.151.7 012.152.5 012.153.3 Number 10 pieces 100 pieces 1000 pieces Synthetic beer corks 43 x 25 mm Art.no. 012.216.8 012.217.6 012.218.4 Number 100 pieces 1000 pieces 2500 pieces 020.106.1 Ti Tappo corker/cage wirer Cork your champagne & wine bottles in an instant: with the Ti Tappo cork device you can simultaneously cork the bottle and tie up the champagne wire cage with just one pull on the lever. • Quick, easy and accurate placing of corks! • Versatile unit: suitable for plastic champagne & wine corks (Ø 22 or 23 mm). • Ideal for tying up champagne wire cages. • Suitable for both standard and magnum bottles. • Durable: unit in galvanized steel. • Dimensions: 25 x 25 x 45 cm. • Weight: 5.3 kg. Cage wirer pull model Effortlessly wires hundreds of cages without any effort. Sturdy model, intended for regular use. 020.105.3 Novita cage wirer 020.019.6 34 Simple and very useful device. Indispensable for smoothly tying up your cages. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 012 Conical corks & crown caps Crown caps None of our crown caps are sterilizable. Crown cap 26 mm: Crown caps with plastic lining. Suitable for all regular beer, milk and soda bottles. Crown caps 29 mm: For champagne bottles with crown cap edge. Needs a crown capper with 29 mm head. Crown caps 26 mm Colour Gold Black Orange Red Blue Green Silver White 100 pieces 012.200.2 012.246.5 012.248.1 012.250.7 012.252.3 012.254.9 012.256.4 012.258.0 1000 pieces 012.201.0 012.247.3 012.249.9 012.251.5 012.253.1 012.255.6 012.257.2 012.259.8 10.000 pieces 012.202.8 012.266.3 012.265.5 012.260.6 012.261.4 012.262.2 012.263.0 012.264.8 Crown caps 29 mm Colour Gold Black Red Blue Green Silver White 100 pieces 012.205.1 012.348.9 012.350.5 012.352.1 012.354.7 012.356.2 012.358.8 1000 pieces 012.206.9 012.349.7 012.351.3 012.353.9 012.355.4 012.357.0 012.359.6 7000 pieces 012.204.4 012.365.3 012.360.4 012.361.2 012.362.0 012.363.8 012.364.6 Small conical corks Small conical corks for all kinds of small decorative bottles. Art.no. 012.315.8 012.316.6 012.317.4 012.318.2 012.319.0 012.320.8 012.321.6 012.322.4 012.323.2 012.324.0 012.325.7 012.326.5 012.327.3 012.328.1 012.329.9 012.330.7 Ø bottom/top 23 x 26 mm 23 x 26 mm 21 x 24 mm 21 x 24 mm 19 x 22 mm 19 x 22 mm 17 x 20 mm 17 x 20 mm 15 x 18 mm 15 x 18 mm 13 x 16 mm 13 x 16 mm 11 x 14 mm 11 x 14 mm 9 x 12 mm 9 x 12 mm Number 10 pieces 100 pieces 10 pieces 100 pieces 10 pieces 100 pieces 10 pieces 100 pieces 10 pieces 100 pieces 10 pieces 100 pieces 10 pieces 100 pieces 10 pieces 100 pieces Conical corks Height: 30 mm. Per piece. Plastic champagne corks are very useful for short storage. The corks are reusable, which makes them profitable. Also suitable for e.g. beer in champagne bottles. Plastic champagne corks Super With 5 deep side grooves which prevent the corks from escaping. Open at the bottom. Suitable for wine bottles and cider/ champagne bottles. Art.no. 012.230.9 012.231.7 012.232.5 Number 25 pieces 100 pieces 1000 pieces Champagne underbungs To be used with 29 mm crown corks. For collecting the yeast during the second fermentation. Simplifies the disgorgement. Art.no. 012.220.0 012.221.8 012.222.6 Number 25 pieces 100 pieces 1000 pieces Art.no. 012.158.2 012.160.8 012.161.6 012.162.4 012.163.2 012.164.0 012.165.7 012.170.7 012.171.5 012.172.3 012.195.4 Ø bottom/top 27/32 mm 25/30 mm 30/35 mm 35/40 mm 40/45 mm 45/50 mm 50/55 mm 55/60 mm 60/65 mm 65/70 mm 115/120 x 33 mm champagne bottles 73 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 35 013 Density measurement Density measurement Glass hydrometers follow the ‘principle of Archimedes’: Any object, wholly or partially immersed in a fluid, is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object. The gram is the mass of 1 cubic centimeter (1 cc or 1 ml) of pure water. There are a few units used for sugar measurement that have a direct relation with a weight unit. Other units however have a connection with the density or specific gravity. The specific gravity is the weight per unit of volume (g/cm³). The specific gravity of pure water is 1 g/cm³. The s.g. of water is 1 (1.000). 0 5 10 15 20 22° 25 30 Refractometers Refractometers are optical precision instruments that determine the density of a liquid by the refractive index, with only a few drops! Suitable for juices, wort, honey, etc. Also for use in the vineyard. Accurate yet simple to use: just place a few drops of liquid on the prism, point the refractometer towards a light source and you have an immediate reading of the density. They are supplied with box, screwdriver for easy calibration and pipette. *ATC = automatic temperature correction ** only for measuring alcohol/water mixtures. Art.no. 013.042.7 013.033.6 013.041.9 013.035.2 013.044.3 013.032.8 013.047.6 Scale 0-18 °plato 0-170 °Oe 0-25 % vol. 0-32 % brix 28-62 % brix 45-82 % brix 12-27 % water 58-90 % brix 0-80 % vol Graduation 0,1 % 0.2% 1° 0,2% 0,2% 0,2% Use Beer ATC* x Wine x Universal Juices Syrups x x 0,2% Honey 1,0% Alcohol** Hydrometer with 3 scales The ideal hydrometer for all wine and beermakers. With 3 coloured scales: density, sugar content and potential alcohol degree. Range: 0.990-1.170 S.G. 0-360 g/l sugar. 0-20 % vol. pot. alcohol content. Large accurate model. Length: 26 cm. Needs a glass measuring cylinder of 200 ml (014.023.6), 250 ml (014.005.3) or a plastic measuring cylinder. 013.007.0 Digital dissolved oxygen meter DO-600 Digital DO meter for professional use, stick model to measure the amount of dissolved oxygen in beer, wort, wine, etc. • Large display with DO and temperature reading. • Reading DO in % saturation, ppm concentration or mg/litre. • Built-in thermometer and ATC (automatic temperature compensation) 0-50 °C. • Automatic self-calibration of the electrode. • Salt and altitude correction possible. • Memory for 25 readings: DO and temperature. • Replaceable electrode and membrane. • DO range: 0-20 mg/l (ppm)/0-200%. • Temperature range: 0-50 °C/32-122 °F. • Accuracy: ± 0.01 mg/l (ppm) / ± 0.1%. • Water resistant (IP67). • Auto power off after 10 minutes. • With protective cover for the electrode, replacement membrane and 4 Li-ion batteries CR2032. • 1 year warranty on the meter, 6 months warranty on the electrode. 013.048.4 Digital refractometer 0-230 Oe + 0-50 Brix Determine the density of your liquids in 2 seconds! This digital refractometer is suitable for must, wort and juices. Delivered with a 9 volt battery. • Scale: 0 to 50 % Brix / 0 to 230 °Oechsle / 0 to 42 °kmw / 0 to 80 °C (32 to 176 °F). • Lecture: 0.1 % Brix / 1 °Oechsle / 0.1 °kmw / 0.1 °C (0.1 °F). • Precision: ±0.2 % Brix / ±1 °Oechsle/±0.2 °kmw /±0.3 °C (±0.5 °F). • Calibration: automatic with demi water. • Compensation of the temperature (ATC): automatic from 10-40 °C. • Measuring time: 1.5 seconds. • POWER SUPPLY: 9 V battery, sufficient for about 5000 measurements. • Weight: 420 grams. 36 Art.no. 013.135.9 013.136.7 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Description DO-600 Membrane kit (6 pieces) 013 Acidity measurement What is pH? pH is the measurement of the concentration of free hydrogen ions in a liquid. The pH of pure water is 7. Liquids with a larger concentration of hydrogen ions than water are acid and have a pH value less than 7. Liquids with a lower concentration of hydrogen ions on the other hand, are base and have a pH value higher than 7. The pH scale runs from 1 to 14. Can I measure the pH instead of the acidity of the must? No! In winemaking, the acidity is the representation of the amount of grams of acid in your wine/juice, usually expressed in grams of tartaric acid per litre. This can only be measured with a special indicating solution like Vinoferm ® blue indicator. You can, however, use a pH-meter in combination with the blue indicator: instead of adding blue indicator until the colour turns blue, add blue indicator until a pH of 7.00 is obtained. This method is more accurate and gives better readings for, amongst other things, red juices! The combination pH-meter, blue indicator and an automatic burette is a professional set-up for accurately measuring acidity. Iodic solution For the determination of the amount of free sulphite (SO2), with the use of the Vinoferm ® acidometer 013.049.2. Content: 100 ml. ATTENTION: this product is only suitable to determine the amount of free sulphite (SO2), in wines without ascorbic acid. Complete set for an easy and quick determination of acidity in red and white wines: measure some wine in the cylinder, drip blue indicator in the wine until the colour turns blue, read the acidity level imediately! Contains 1 special measuring cylinder, 1 bottle of Vinoferm ® blue indicator and litmus paper. Very easy to use. Also suitable for the determination of free sulphite with the help of an iodic solution (013.056.7). Art.no. 013.049.2 013.054.2 013.056.7 Blue indicator Description Complete set Glas cylinder 20 ml Litmus paper neutral Indicator to measure acidity with the Vinoferm ® acidometer. Guaranteed quality! Art.no. 013.053.4 013.051.8 013.052.6 Acidometer Content 100 ml 250 ml 1l For the Vinoferm ® acidometer. To check if the added amount of blue indicator is correct. Orange colouring = too little indicator. No colouring = OK. Blue colouring = too much indicator added. Content: 20 strips. 013.057.5 Burette with automatic zero-point Vinotest acidometer Complete set with 5 indicators of 100 ml and a special measuring cylinder. With carrying basket. More accurate than 013.049.2. With 3 coloured scales: for determining the total acidity, the amount of free sulphite and the total amount of sulphite. Very suitable to determine acidity quickly and accurately with Vinoferm ® blue indicator. Allows you to add water to the wine you want to measure, without correction! With ‘Colordur’ mark for easy reading. Range: 0-25 gram acidity/l. Division per 0.1 gram. ATTENTION: this product is only suitable to determine the amount of free sulphite (SO2), in wines without ascorbic acid. Vinotest reagentia Type 100 ml Blue indicator 013.063.3 Alcalic indic. 013.064.1 Starch - acid 013.065.8 Odic - iodat 013.066.6 Acid indicator 013.067.4 1 litre 013.263.9 013.264.7 013.265.4 013.266.2 013.267.0 Vinotest acidometer Art.no. Description 013.060.9 Complete set 013.061.7 Measuring cylinder 014.243.0 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 37 013 pH measurement pH-meter PHscan30 Practical and precise pH meter in a waterresistant casing. With a clear display and a replaceable electrode! • 2 points AUTO-calibration with push button • ATC (Automatic temperature correction) from 0 °C to 60 °C, with temperature indication. • Replaceable electrode. • pH reading: per 0.01 ph. Accuracy: +- 0.05 pH. • With HOLD function. • Auto power off after 8 min. • Needs 3 LR44 button batteries (included). • Dimensions: 180 x 35 mm. Art.no. 013.115.1 013.116.9 Description PHSCAN30 Replacement electrode pH-strips To measure the pH of juice, wine, beer, kombucha,... or to determine the acidity with the acidometer. Packed per 20 strips with built-in colour scale! Reading per 0.2/0.3 pH. Art.no. 013.071.6 013.073.2 013.074.0 013.075.7 Scale pH 1-12 universal pH 2,8-4,6 wine/kombucha pH 3,8-5,5 beer pH 5,2-6,8 beer Division 1,0 pH 0,2/0,3 pH 0,2/0,3 pH 0,2/0,3 pH PH-meter / magnetic stirrer tabletop All-in-one tabletop pH meter with features such as a built-in beaker holder, beaker-top electrode holder and 3-in-1 pH and temperature sensor. Also equipped with an internal magnetic stirrer activated from the instrument’s keypad. This instrument also has an extended pH range of -2.00 to 16.00, dual-level LCD with icons for stability and buffer recognition, automatic pH calibration with 2 sets of memorized buffers, Celsius or Fahrenheit temperature range and automatic temperature compensation from -5 to +105 °C. Works on battery power and 12 Vdc-adaptor (included). Hardness strips Determine the hardness of your brewing water yourselve. Easy to use: dip the strip in water, wait 1 minute and read the hardness! Graduation: 0/5/10/15/20/25 °D (German degrees). 10 strips per pack. 013.117.7 013.072.4 Precision pH meter PH110 Very precise state-of-the-art digital pH meter, stick model for professional use. With refillable electrode and the following features: • Built-in thermometer (°C/°F). • Automatic temperature corrections (ATC) from -5 °C to 90 °C. • Digital display of the pH AND temperature with stabilisation indication. • Easy 2 or 3 points calibration with auto recognition of the calibration fluid. • Refillable, flat electrode, also for pH measuring of solids and semi-solids (skin, meat, cheese, etc.). The electrode only has to be replaced if its damaged! Refilling the electrode expands it’s life span! • RENEW function: alerts when the electrode needs to be replaced. • CAL function: alerts when the electrode needs to be calibrated. • MEMORY for 15 readings: pH and temperature. • HOLD function. • Scale pH: 0.00-14.00 pH, 0-90 °C. • Scale temperature: -5-90 °C/25-194 °F. • Accuracy: ± 0.01 pH, ± 1 °C. • Water-resistant (IP67). • Auto power off after 10 min. • With protective cover for the electrode, replacement membrane, instructions, 4 Li-ion batteries CR2032. • 1 year warranty on the meter, 6 months warranty on the electrode. pH calibration solutions For regular calibration of electronic pH-meters. 2 types of solutions: • pH 4.01 • pH 7.01 Content per bottle: 100 ml. Art.no. 013.120.1 013.121.9 013.079.9 Description Solution pH 7,01 Solution pH 4,01 Set: pH 7,01 + pH 4,01 Storage solution for pH electrode Suitable for all electrodes. Prevents staining and degradation of the electrodes. Content: 100 ml. Art.no. 013.130.0 013.131.8 013.132.6 38 Description pH-meter PH110 Electrode liquid Replacement electrode tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 013.084.8 013 Alcohol measurement Precision vinometer 4°-15° Decorative grape design. For a simple and quick alcohol determination of wines that completed fermentation: a few drops are sufficient! Not suitable for sweet aperitifs. Scale: 4-15 % vol. Prismatic capillary with blue background for an easy reading, also with white wines! Accurate to 0.5 % vol. Alkodest Professional device for determing the alcohol content and specific gravity in ALL alcoholic drinks (wine, beer, sparkling wine, liqueur, etc.) by means of distillation. Excise recognised method in compliance with to EU rules 1108/825. The distillation (± 20 min.) proceeds automatically. No chemicals are used, this keeps the expenses very low. Very accurate: 0.1 % vol! Alcohol meter not included. 013.037.7 Alcoholmeter Alkodest Professional alcohol meter with thermometer. Specially designed for use with ALKODEST. Can also be used as a separate alcohol meter. Length: 34 cm. 013.039.3 Art.no. Scale 013.038.05 Wine scale with thermometer For accurate alcohol and residual sugar determination, also during fermentation. Based on the principle of double density measuring: first measuring with alcohol, second measuring without alcohol (after evaporation). Needs a 250 ml measuring cylinder. Length: 31 cm. Art.no. 013.038.3540 35 - 40 % vol 013.038.510 5 - 10 % vol 013.038.4045 40 - 45 % vol 013.038.1015 10 - 15 % vol 013.038.4550 45 - 50 % vol 013.038.1520 15 - 20 % vol 013.038.5055 50 - 55 % vol 013.038.2025 20 - 25 % vol 013.038.9095 90 - 95 % vol 013.038.2530 25 - 30 % vol 013.038.95100 95 - 100 % vol 013.038.3035 30 - 35 % vol Alcoholmeter Vinometer FIW Less expensive model than 013.039.3, but more difficult to read and less precise. Accurate to 2 % vol. Scale 0-25 % vol. 013.040.1 013.020.3 Only for alcohol/water mixtures. Not for wines and sugared liqueurs. Art.no. 013.025.2 013.026.0 013.028.6 013.029.4 013.030.2 beakers 44 Scale 0 - 5 % vol Scale 0 - 100 % vol 0 - 100 % vol with thermometer 0 - 35 % vol 70 - 100 % vol 35 - 70 % vol Malligand ebulliometer For a more accurate alcohol determination. Professional device, recognized by Excises. Only suitable for wines. Not suitable for sweet aperitifs. 013.036.9 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 39 Bentotest® Quantofix® chlorine 013 Quantofix® peracetic acid Quantofix ® Sensitive Chlorine are strips for the semi quantitative determination of chlorine in solutions. They can be useful to measure the concentration of chlorine in the asepto solution before and after cleaning. Content: 100 strips. Scale: 0,1-10 mg/l Cl2. Easy to use: • Immerge the strip into the testing solution for 1 second. • Shake to remove excessive liquid. • Wait for 15 seconds. • Compare the testing area to the colour scale. Quantofix ® Sensitive Chlorine are strips for the semi quantitative determination of peracetic acid in solutions. Peracetic acid is used as an ecological disinfectant in the food and beverage industry but also in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic field as well as in medicine. This test is useful to control the concentration of peracetic acid in disinfectants and after the rinsing. Content: 100 strips. Scale: 5-500 mg/l peracetic acid. Colour graduations: 0-50-100-200-300-400-500 mg/l peracetic acid. Easy to use: • Immerge and move the strip into the testing solution for 15 seconds. • Shake to remove excessive liquid. • Check and compare the values with the colour scale. 013.290.2 013.291.0 Bentotest® set with case Bentotest ® – designed by Dr. L. Jakob – is the reference for a simple and fast method to identify thermo unstable proteins. Bentotest is used to determine the necessary amount of bentonite for clarifying wines and juices. This set – packed in a handy plastic case – contains: • 2 Bentotest flasks. • 3 Erlenmeyer flasks. • 3 plastic funnels. • 1 plastic measuring cup. • 1 pipette. • 10 folded filters. • 250 ml Bentotest solution (colourless) for white wines. • 250 ml bentonite mix. 004.085.7 P3-Asepto Liquid, alkaline cleaning and decontamination agent based on active chlorine. Widely used in the food industry. The product does not cause formation of foam and has excellent fat and protein removal properties. Suitable for equipment such as washing and rinsing installations for baking, crates and components, circulation cleaning (CIP), cleaning of surfaces using spray systems. Applicable in the dairy industry, soft drink industry, breweries, wine cellars, etc. Suitable for stainless steel (AISI 304 and AISI 316) and plastics. Not suitable for aluminium. Content: 1 litre. Temperature: 20-45 °C. Contact time: maximum 60 minutes. Dosage: 1 %. Always rinse with water before and after using P3-Asepto. Recognized in Belgium under number 1192 B. This approval number is only valid in Belgium! laboratory 44 Art.no. 013.012.0 013.013.8 013.014.6 013.015.3 013.017.9 013.018.1 Description Bentotest® set with case Bentotest® solution for red wine, 250 ml Bentotest® solution for white wine (colourless), 250 ml Bentotest® solution for white wine (yellow), 250 ml CA bentonite suspension, 250 ml NA-CA bentonite suspension, 250 ml tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 41 013 Weighing scales 013.109.4 013.102.9 Digital weighing spoon 300 g Handy gadget for weighing small amounts of powders and grains. Range: 0.1 up to 300 g (0.005 up to 10.5 oz). Gradations are digitally displayed on the spoon. Batteries included. 013.104.5 Digital scale 500 g Handy model for accurate weighing of all sorts of ingredients! With clear LCD display. • Weighs up to 500 g per 0,1 g. • Tare function. • Counting function. • Automatic shut off function. • Dimensions: 120 x 90 x 25 mm. • Works on included 9 V battery (included). Digital scale Primo silver 5 kg High quality weighing scale with digital read-out. With tare-function and automatic shut-off. Capacity: 5 kg, with increments of 1 gram. Batteries included. Easy to use with 2 buttons. 013.108.6 Digital scale 100 kg Scale with stainless steel weighing plate. 30 x 30 cm. Very suitable for weighing your malts, etc. Calibration not possible. Not fit for commercial usage. Capacity: 100 kg. Increments of 50 grams. AC/DC adaptor included. Mercury thermometers Because of the danger that mercury poses to the environment, for some time now the EU has prescribed a phase-out scenario for all instruments containing mercury. Therefore it is now forbidden to sell thermometers with mercury filling within the EU. Minimum-maximum thermometer Displays the current temperature as well as the highest and lowest temperatures which are reached. Plastic housing with little roof. With button to reset the minimum and maximum temperatures. Dimensions: 6 x 23 cm. Thermometer Galileo Very original thermometer by an invention of Galilei Galileo (1564-1642). Depending on the temperature, the glass bulbs in the thermometer rise or sink. The actual temperature is shown by the lowest of the upper floating glass bulbs. Principle: the density of the liquid changes according the temperature. * NO delivery by package service. 013.085.6 42 Art.no. 013.140.9 013.141.7 013.142.5 013.143.3 013.144.1 013.145.8 Description Galileo 28 cm, MIXTE GOLD Galileo 33 cm, MIXTE GOLD Galileo 44 cm, MIXTE GOLD Galileo 62 cm, MIXTE GOLD* Galileo 33 cm, SILVER Galileo 44 cm, SILVER tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 013 Thermometers Thermometer Digipen -50, +200 °C Thermometer strip with liquid crystals 0-32 °C Self-adhesive thermometer with liquid crystals that display the correct fermentation temperature continuously. No need for batteries! Large temperature range: 0-32 °C. Doesn’t come in contact with the liquid. No risk of glass breakage. Indispensable for the every home brewer and winemaker. Length: 20,5 cm. EXAMPLE OF USE 013.165.6 Lab thermometer Classic model, long and narrow, with eye hook. Contains red alcohol: easier to read and environmentally friendly! Scale: -10/+110 °C. Length: 26 cm. Thermometer with protective cover Larger thermometer in a plastic protective cover with attachment hook. Ideal to use as a MASHING thermometer. Easy to take apart for cleaning. With red alcohol scale for easy reading. Length: 28 cm. 013.150.8 Digital pocket thermometer Art.no. 013.089.8 013.160.7 Handy pocket model. Stainless steel probe (12 cm) with sharp tip. Range: -50 °C to +150 °C. Immediate reading to 0.1 °C! Pocket- clip inclu-ded. Coin cell battery included. Range -10 / +110 °C mash Thermometer for 013.089.8 Completely waterproof digital pocket thermometer with a large range and stainless steel probe. • Waterproof IP67 = dishwasher proof! • Range: -50 to +200 °C. • Digital reading at 0.1 °C. • Fast response time: 6 seconds. • With hold function. • Stainless steel probe: 12 cm. 013.097.1 Stainless steel thermometer clip Very handy clip to secure thermometers and thermometer probes to the edge of your brewing kettle, bucket, etc. Fits on almost every kettle. 013.099.7 013.090.6 Thermometer Checktemp Dip Digital thermometer with a clear display and a built-in calibration at 0 °C. Equipped with a special encased SST sensor which can be submerged entirely. Range: -20 up to +100 °C. Scale: 0.1 °C. Precision: ± 0,3 °C. Wire length: 3 meters. AAA battery included. 013.091.4 Thermometer digital + alarm Digital thermometer with long separate stainless steel probe and 135 cm cord. With waterproof housing. Extensive measuring range: -50 °C tot +300 °C. Division: 0.1 °C. Reading in °C or °F. With alarm and min/max memory. AAA Batteries included. 013.096.3 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 43 014 Lab research Graduated measuring glass With spout and stable six-edged plastic stand. Plastic measuring cylinder Glass beaker Graduated, high model. Heat-resistant borosilicate-glass. Non-graduated, transparent synthetic material. Volume: 200 ml. H x Ø: 25 x 3 cm. 014.023.6 Art.no. 014.001.2 014.002.0 014.003.8 014.004.6 014.005.3 014.006.1 014.007.9 014.008.7 Volume 10 ml 25 ml 50 ml 100 ml 250 ml 500 ml 1 litre 2 litres Graduation 0,1 ml 0,5 ml 0,5 ml 1 ml 2 ml 5ml 10 ml 20 ml cleaning products 18 Art.no. 014.061.6 014.062.4 014.064.0 014.065.7 014.067.3 014.069.9 014.070.7 Volume 50 ml 100 ml 250 ml 400 ml 600 ml 1 litre 2 litres Ø 35 mm 45 mm 57 mm 67 mm 77 mm 92 mm 125 mm Height 70 mm 85 mm 120 mm 130 mm 150 mm 185 mm 240 mm Wooden stand for test tubes To hold and pour out 6 or 12 test tubes. Glass test tubes Ideal for cultivating your own yeasts. Superior quality, can be sterilised at 120 °C. L x Ø: 160 x 16 mm. 2 models available: with or without screw cap. Art.no. 014.445.1 014.451.9 Art.no. 014.453.5 014.454.3 Wooden pincer for test tube Description With screw cap Without cap Pipetting ball for pipettes Indispensable for easy use of graduated pipettes! With automatic and patented valve. Easy to clean and suitable for steam sterilisation. Fits most standard pipettes. Capacity For 6 tubes For 12 tubes For safely handling hot test tubes. Length: 15 cm. 014.452.7 Graduated measuring pipette Dimensions: 500 x 10 mm. In glass with complete graduation from top to bottom. 014.218.2 bottle brushes 014.219.0 Art.no. 014.210.9 014.212.5 014.213.3 014.214.1 44 Pipettes brush Volume 1 ml 5 ml 10 ml 25 ml Graduation 0,01 ml 0,05 ml 0,10 ml 0,10 ml 95 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Lab research Erlenmeyer flasks Graduated. Heat-resistant borosilicateglass, with wide mouth. Art.no. 014.081.4 014.084.8 014.085.5 014.086.3 014.087.1 014.088.9 Volume 100 ml 250 ml 500 ml 1 litre 2 litres 5 litres Ø opening 19 mm 31 mm 31 mm 38 mm 48 mm 62 mm Height 110 mm 140 mm 185 mm 215 mm 290 mm 370 mm Graduated measuring jugs High quality measuring jugs in transparent polypropylene. Resists high temperatures up to 120 °C! Clear blue gradation on all models. Easy to manage thanks to the handle. Art.no. 014.050.9 014.051.7 014.052.5 014.053.3 014.054.1 014.055.8 014.056.6 014.057.4 Volume 50 ml 100 ml 250 ml 500 ml 1 litre 2 litres 3 litres 5 litres Graduation 2 ml 5 ml 10 ml 10 ml 20 ml 50 ml 50 ml 100 ml Bioferm yeast culture set Cell spatula sterile Cell spatula for taking swabs of yeast cultures. With curved end to avoid damage to e.g. media. Thickness: 3 mm. Length approx. 145 x 40 mm. Individual sterile packed per 5. 014.436.0 Get your own yeast bank fermenting with this basic kit! It contains everything you need to cultivate yeast: 1 set of cryo tubes with pearls, 5 sterile loops, 5 sterile spreading spatulas, 1 petri dish, 3 test tubes with screw cap and agaragar. 014.425.3 Plastic dropper 3 ml Petri dish In thick and sturdy glass. Indispensable for cultivating yeast and yeast inspections. Dimensions: 80 x 15 mm. For quick and accurate measuring. Graduated per 0.5 ml. Packed per 5 pieces. Art.no. 014.220.8 014.221.6 014.440.2 Number 5 pieces 500 pieces Yeast bottle 500 ml Sterilisable glass. Ideal for storage/propgation of yeast. Can be sterilized at 140 °C. Volume: 500 ml. 014 Cryo tubes with beads Steril vials filled with 25 pearls containing a special hypertonic cryopreservative solution for long term storage and cultivation of yeast cultures. 014.433.7 Inoculation loop handle 20 cm + 2 loops SST Art.no. 014.437.8 014.438.6 Number 4 pieces 64 pieces Stainless steel inoculation loops are indispensable for regular yeast cultivation. Easily to flame sterilize. 2 stainless steel inoculation loops included. Sterile inoculation loop Sterile, disposable polystyrene inoculation loops. Individually sterile packed per 10. 1 μl. Length: 200 mm. 014.432.9 014.435.2 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 45 014 Distillation Bunsen burner Lab model. For propane and butane gas. With regulating tap and pilot burner. Height: 15 cm. 014.349.5 Bunsen burner Labogaz 206 Handy lab burner from the well know brand Campingaz. With adjustable flame. Easy to use due to the quickly exchangeable C206 buthane gas cartridges. Ideal for flame sterilisation of metal inoculation loops, etc. WITHOUT GAS CARTRIDGE! 025.145.7 Water distiller Aquastill If you want to use the clearest, germfree water to cook your meals, to dilute your liqueurs, to start up your yeasts or for filling your iron, distilled water is your perfect ‘source’. Unfortunately distilling water was a large and even dangerous task in the past. However, thanks to the automatic water distiller AQUASTILL everybody can produce clear water at any time and everywhere: at home, at the camping, etc. It couldn’t be easier: poor water in the appliance, activate and wait. After a few hours your water will be distilled completely, without impurities and bacteria’s ready for use. 220 V/750 W. Content: 3,5 litres. Thanks to the stepless adjustable thermostat with a large range this water distiller has many other applications: • Distilling essentials oils. • As bain-marie. • As a yoghurt maker. • As a small yeast cultivation unit! Brouwland does not sell the C206 cartridges, it’s not permitted by the transport company. You can find these cartridges in most garden centres, do-ityourself shops, etc. 014.350.3 Spirit burner, glass + wick Small glass spirit burner with porcelain wick holder and replaceable wick. Handy for sterilising yeast culture equipment, etc. 014.345.3 Refillable stainless steel spraybottle Fill this handy refillable spray bottle with alcohol, iodophor, etc. for a quick sterilization of all small materials. Ideal for yeast cultivation. Delivered empty. Volume: 200 ml. 014.401.4 Agar-agar For the creation of nutrient substrates for the cultivation of yeast. Art.no. 150.011.4 150.011.1 150.011.2 150.011.3 Plastic spray bottle Very handy for regular titration. Can also be filled with alcohol to disinfect small equipment. Volume: 500 ml. 014.400.6 46 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Content 25 g 100 g 250 g 1 kg 014 Distillation Combined distilling columns Distilling column and condenser are combined in one device! Easy construction, no delicate connections and less fragile. Only one stand required, instead of the two used in a classic set-up. 014.276.0 014.275.2 Distilling unit MINI Distilling unit COLUMN Simple, short model. Jacket length: 40 cm. Connection at the bottom: 12 mm. The distilling column is filled with glass rings. Simpler model than 014.278.6. Not possible to place the thermometer on top. Length: 72 cm. Obtained alcohol degree: 50-60 °% vol (suitable for eau de vie). Connection below: 22 mm. Connection water: 8 mm. Double nut 014.278.6 Distilling unit KOMBI Large model with double distilling column with spheres. Designed to have a thermometer placed on top. Length: 75 cm. Obtained degree of alcohol: 70-80 °% vol. Connection below: 21 mm. Connection thermometer: 9 mm. Connection water: 8 mm. Universal clamp To attach clamps, etc. to stands up to Ø 13 mm. To clamp chillers, distilling columns, etc. Needs a double nut (014.310.7) for attachement to a stand (014.281.0). Max. opening of the pincers: 35 mm. 014.310.7 014.295.0 Iron wire gauze Iron stand With ceramic centre to diffuse the flame. Indispensable for Bunsen burners. 20 x 20 cm. With heavy base-plate. Dimensions: 21 x 13 cm. Height: 1 m. Tripod For Bunsen burner. 014.281.0 Art.no. 014.331.3 014.332.1 014.340.4 Glass pearls Small glass balls (Ø 4 mm), to fill distilling columns, cleaning bottles,... Art.no. 014.455.0 014.458.4 Content 100 g 1 kg ØxH 15 x 20 cm 14 x 28 cm Raschig rings Short glass tubes that are used for filling distilling columns. Dimensions: 10 x 10 mm. Art.no. 014.271.1 014.273.7 Content 100 g 1 kg tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 47 Fruit presses 015 Tabletop press With double stainless steel fruit basket and collection tray. Very solid construction. Ideal for pressing smaller quantities of fruit, vegetables and herbs. Fruit press with laquered iron base With fixed central screw and double, horizontal ratchet mechanism (rat-chet mechanism). Basket in beech wood. The budget-saving fruit press for starting amateur winemakers. Art.no. 015.065.6 015.066.4 Art.no. 015.308.0 015.320.5 015.330.4 015.345.2 015.365.0 015.390.8 015.395.7 015.397.3 Type 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 65 Content fruit basket Circa 10 litres Circa 20 litres Circa 30 litres Circa 50 litres Circa 70 litres Circa 90 litres Circa 130 litres Circa 265 litres ØxH 20 x 50 cm 25 x 90 cm 30 x 100 cm 35 x 120 cm 40 x 133 cm 45 x 146 cm 50 x 153 cm 65 x 191 cm Intermediate nylon disc for fruit presses Increase the output of your fruit press and obtain more juice from your fruit by installing a number of intermediate discs while filling your fruit press. The models with a hole are designed specially for fruit presses with a lacquered steal base and a fixed central spindle (015.308.0, 015.320.5, 015.330.4, etc.). Content 1,6 l 5,5 l Fruit presses 10 l / 20 l The ideal fruit press for starting winemakers. Made entirely of wood, with stainless steel bottom-plate! Press bag included. Solid construction. Without ratchet mechanism. Art.no. 015.050.8 015.045.8 WxDxH 43 x 40 x 57 cm 50 x 44 x 68 cm Cont. 10 l 20 l Fruit press 20 litre with tiltable bridge Solid construction with tiltable bridge for easy filling/emptying of the fruit basket. Capacity fruit basket: 20 litres. W x D x H: 55 x 40 x 80 cm. Available in 2 versions: • With beech wood fruit basket and stainless steel base. • Fruit basket entirely in stainless steel. Intermediate disk WITH HOLE Art.no. Ø disk 015.010.2 20 cm 015.011.0 25 cm 015.012.8 30 cm 015.013.6 35 cm 015.014.4 40 cm 015.015.1 45 cm 015.016.9 50 cm 015.018.5 60 cm 015.019.3 70 cm 015.020.1 80 cm Intermediate disk WITHOUT HOLE Art.no. Ø disk 015.030.0 20 cm 015.031.8 25 cm 015.032.6 30 cm 015.033.4 35 cm 015.034.2 40 cm 015.035.9 45 cm 015.036.7 50 cm 015.038.3 60 cm 015.039.1 70 cm 015.040.9 80 cm Art.no. 015.262.9 015.263.7 Type Beech wood fruit basket Stainless steel basket tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 49 015 Hydraulic presses Water pressure presses Modern fruit presses that operate with an inflatable central rubber membrane. For connection to a water tap. Normal water pressure forces the membrane to expand, pushing the juice to the perforated stainless steel basket. Quick and effective operation, with as little as 2 bar pressure. Delivered completely with stainless steel basket, manometer, security valve, press-bag and 'anti splash coating'. Art.no. 015.300.7 015.301.5 015.301.5-INOX 015.302.3-INOX 015.302.3 015.303.1-INOX 015.303.1 015.304.1-INOX Content fruit basket 20 l 40 l 40 l entirely SST 80 l entirely SST 90 l 160 l entirely SST 180 l 300 l entirely SST Useful content 14 l 26 l 26 l 62 l 72 l 122 l BxH 410 x 820 mm 480 x 900 mm 650 X 980 mm 700 x 1150 mm 590 x 1070 mm 1000 x 1300 mm 945 x 1315 mm 1000 x 1650 mm Separate accessories for water pressure presses 015.301.5 Press bags Sturdy press bag 100% polyester with coarse structure for maximum output. Width press cloth: 104 cm. Art.no. 015.056.5 015.057.3 015.058.1 015.059.9 015.055.7 Press bag for water pressure press Art.no. Content 015.306.20 20 litres 015.306.40 40 litres 015.306.80 80 litres 015.306.90 90 litres 015.306.160 160 litres 015.306.180 180 litres 015.306.300 300 litres Membrane for water pressure press Art.no. For press 015.307.20 20 litres 015.307.40 40 litres 015.307.80 80 litres 015.307.160 160 litres 50 015.302.3-INOX Dim./ cont. fruit basket 40 x 40 cm / 10-15 l 50 x 50 cm / 20-30 l 60 x 60 cm / 30-40 l 70 x 70 cm / 40-50 l Press cloth / running meter Muslin Also used for preparing jam, kombucha, etc. Dimensions: 65 x 70 cm. Press cloth polyester Professional press cloths in polyester. Very firm quality. Art.no. 015.077.1 015.074.8 015.075.5 Dimensions 80 x 80 cm 100 x 100 cm 150 x 150 cm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 015.079.7 Hydraulic presses 015.304.1-INOX 015 015.303.1-INOX Must scoop With handle. In white food grade plastic. Very handy for emptying out must, pulp, etc. and for filling fruit presses. Capacity: 3 litres. 017.610.7 White paint for presses Must tub Acid resistant, foodstuff compatible, alcohol-based paint for maintenance of fruit presses, mills, etc. Suitable for both metal and wood. Dilute/clean with SPIRITUS (= adulterated ethanol). On untreated wood: dilute extensively. Do not use primer. Contents: 750 ml In very solid synthetic material. Suitable for open fermentation, as a large fruit basket, rinsing and soaking bottles, etc. Lid and accessories not included. Go to page 64 for a list of all accessories. Art.no. 017.632.1 017.640.4 017.641.2 017.643.8 017.644.6 015.070.6 017.650.3 Volume 80 l 150 l 230 l 350 l 500 l 150 l rectangular ØxH 65 x 32 cm 88 x 32 cm 85 x 55 cm 96 x 73 cm 104 x 82 cm 80 x 63 x 38 cm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 51 015 Fruit presses Electro-hydraulic fruit press Manual hydraulic fruit press Equipped with continuous variable manometer and regulating valve for automatic (unsupervised) pressing. With two-piece basket and mobile cart for easy emptying. By buying an extra cart continuous pressing becomes possible! Motor on electric power 380/220 V. Press cycle: 20-40 min. With manual hydraulic central jack, mounted on a tiltable bridge. Very solid construction and time-saving compared to the classic models. Maximum pressure: 150 bar! Model in laquered steel, mounted on wheels. Also available with stainless steel press plate and basket Art.no. 015.391.6 015.392.4 015.393.2 015.394.0 015.205.0 Capacity Ø jack 70 litres 55 cm 130 litres 70 cm 215 litres 90 cm 325 litres 110 cm Hydraulic oil 1 litre WxH 80 x 165 cm 95 x 190 cm 110 x 215 cm 125 x 240 cm Weight 130 kg 200 kg 280 kg 380 kg Art.no. 015.500.215 015.500.325 015.500.475 015.500.900 015.205.0 Capacity 215 litres 325 litres 475 litres 900 litres Hydraulic oil 1 litre WxH 125 x 212 cm 157 x 235 cm 175 x 260 cm 210 x 290 cm Special delivery conditions This truck means that there are special conditions regarding delivery times and transport costs. For more information you can contact our customer service: firstname.lastname@example.org. Pneumatic diaphragm press The ultimate press for professional winemakers. Pneumatic presses are known for their ‘soft’ treatment of the grapes without crushing the peel, seeds and stalks. They provide musts of the highest possible quality. Also suitable for entire bunches of grapes, no stemming required! Completely stainless steel housing and provided with a PLC control unit with 9 pressing programmes (normal grapes, hard grapes, fermented pulp, etc.). Delivered on wheels and with drip tank in stainless steel. Art.no. 015.520.9 015.520.12 015.520.18 015.520.22 015.520.30 52 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Cap. 9 hl 12 hl 18 hl 26 hl 35 hl Capacity whole grapes 750 - 1000 kg 1000 - 1500 kg 1500 - 2000 kg 2000 - 3000 kg 3000 - 4000 kg Hydraulic presses 015 Belt presses Ideal equipment for professional fruit juice producers. They can press continuously and have a very high efficiency: up to 70%! Because of the short contact time - 60-180 sec - these belt presses reduce the oxidation to a minimum. With automatic belt cleaning. Suitable for apples, pears, de-stoned cherries, vegetables, herbs, etc. Entirely constructed in stainless steel. Can be combined with washing installation and crusher! Available in realization up to 3000 kg/hour. 015.540.1200 015.540.500 Art.no. 015.540.350 015.540.500 015.540.650 015.540.1200 Capacity / hour 300 kg 500 kg 1500 kg 3000 kg 015.540.350 Fruit crusher + washing installation Industrial washing and crushing installation for commercial fruit juicers. Ideal for use with belt presses 015.540.x. Large capacity: up to 2000 kg/h. Completely constructed in stainless steel. Multifunctional due to exchangeable sieves. Suitable for continuous use thanks to heavy electric motors and ball bearings. 015.545.2000 Art.no. 015.545.1000 015.545.2000 015.545.1000 Capacity / hour 1000 kg 2000 kg Screw press Continuous presses are ideal for pressing large quantities of fibre rich substances like grapes (whole, stemmed or must), vegetables, herbs, etc. can be pressed rapidly thanks to the continuous operation. Very suitable for herb extracts. Hopper, juice recovery tank and cage (with 0.5 mm sleeves !) are in stainless steel. The efficiency with grapes can easily get up to 80-85%! Art.no. 015.530.250 015.530.300 015.530.350 015.530.400 Capacity / hour 1500 - 3000 kg 2000 - 4000 kg 4000 - 6500 kg 5500 - 8000 kg Motor hp 4 5,5 7,5 10 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 53 015 Fruit crushers Fruit / grape crusher with SST hopper Horizontal fruit crusher with stainless steel hopper and adjustable rollers in acid-resistant cast aluminium. Model 015.100.1 is suitable for grapes and other fruit thanks to the removable blades. 1 2 Art.no. 015.095.3 015.096.1 015.100.1 1 2 3 3 Type For fruit For grapes For fruit & grapes Capacity 10 litres 10 litres 20 litres Dimensions hopper 45 x 36 cm 45 x 40 cm 63 x 50 cm Total dim. (L x W x H) 100 x 45 x 30 cm 120 x 56 x 40 cm 121 x 53 x 36 cm Grape crusher 20 l Grape crushers without blades for a soft crushing. Equipped with special acid-resistant aluminium rollers (22 cm width). Also suitable for crushing berries and other soft fruits. Capacity: up to 500 kg/h. Available in a lacquered version and in a version with stainless steel hopper. 1 1 2 2 Art.no. 015.130.8 015.131.6 015.132.4 Type Laquered steel With SST sieve With SST sieve ELECTRIC Dimensions hopper 77 x 50 cm 80 x 52 cm 80 x 52 cm Total dimensions (L x W x H) 115 x 60 x 36 cm 120 x 56 x 40 cm 120 x 56 x 40 cm Stainless steel apple crusher SPEIDEL apple crusher This Speidel apple mill shreds your fruit exactly the right size guaranteeing the highest possible juice yield. The large feed hopper makes it easy to fill with fruit directly from the box. Easy cleaning: remove the feed hopper and spray off the appliance and hopper with water. All the shredding parts are made of high quality stainless steel which need no further care or treatment (apart from sharpening the blades from time to time). Feed hopper made of heavy duty PE plastic. Compliant with all applicable European Safety Standards. Suitable for food use. Motor: 230 V, 50 Hz, 2,2 kW. 2800 rpm. Capacity up to 1000 kg/h. L x W x H: 350 x 765 x 1250 mm. Discharge height: 380 mm. Weight: 25 kg. 015.165.4 54 Powerful vertical crusher, which grinds large quantities of hard fruit (apples, pears, etc.) in record time. Also suited for rhubarb, quinces, beets, etc. Complete stainless steel construction. Powerful electric motor 220 V, 1350 W. Art.no. 015.150.6 015.155.5 hp 1.5 2.0 ØxH 60 x 120 cm 80 x 135 cm Cap./h. 400 kg 800 kg demijohns 65 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Grape crushers 015 Manual grape crusher/destalker The grapes are crushed before being destalked. Can be placed on a pulp tub or on a special stand (available separately). Capacity: up to 1000 kg/hour. Art.no. 015.134.0 015.136.5 015.141.5 015.138.1 Type Laquered steel With SST sieve & SST hopper Entirely stainless steel* Seperate stand Dimensions hopper 84 x 53 cm 84 x 53 cm 84 x 53 cm - Total dimensions (L x W x H) 118 x 50 x 60 cm 132 x 53 x 63 cm 132 x 53 x 63 cm 116 x 64 x 78 cm * with aluminium rollers and steel spindle. Electric grape crusher/destalker For destalking and crushing in one go. The grapes are crushed before being destalked. Can be placed on a pulp tub or on a special stand (available separately). Chain-driven by a heavy electric motor. Capacity: up to 1500 kg/hour. Art.no. 015.133.8 015.135.7 015.140.7 Type Laquered steel With SST sieve & SST hopper Entirely stainless steel* Dim. hopper 84 x 53 cm 90 x 46 cm 90 x 46 cm Total dim. (L x W x H) 118 x 64 x 63 cm 133 x 55 x 60 cm 117 x 54 x 61 cm * safety box included. Seperate accessories for electric grap crusher/destalker Drum grater on stand To grate apples, cabbage, beetroot, tuber,… The serrated drum looks like a big cheese grater that can transform your apples in little pieces to make them easy to press. No apple or fruit crusher needed! • Foot in lackered steel. • Drum and hopper in stainless steel. • Drum: 200 x 240 mm. • Total height: 780 mm. • Average capacity: 40 kg/h. 015.142.3 015.143.1 015.138.1 015.145.6 Art.no. 015.138.1 015.142.3 015.143.1 Description Stand Safety box Safety box LxWxH 116 x 64 x 78 cm 84 x 53 cm 46 x 90 cm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 55 015 Grape destemmers & pasteurisers Grape stemmer semi centrifugal Electric model. Entirely stainless steel construction. The integrated must pump pumps up to 10 metres away directly into the press or the tub! Large capacity: 2000 kg/h. Pump connection: 50 mm. Equipped with 2 wheels. Motor: 220 volt, 2 hp. L x W x H: 114 x 68 x 84 cm. Dimensions hopper: 90 x 54 cm. Grape crusher/destalker stainless steel, electric, with pump Professional electric grape crusher/ destalker, completely in stainless steel, with screw, rubber rollers (width: 30 cm) formed in a star shape for mild crushing and with a built-in must pump. Large capacity: 3500-4000 kg/hour. Heavy motor: 2 hp, 220 volt. L x W. H: 130 x 65 x 124 cm. Dimensions hopper: 103 x 55 cm. 015.137.3 Industrial mashing machine / de-stoner Industrial machine for mashing and/or destoning/depitting of berries, tomatoes, apricots, plums, hard fruit etc. The fruit is pushed through a rubber or SST rotor with a special sieve drum with inclination. Pits, leaves, stems and stones are separated on the side. The exit mouth for the fruit pulp is located at the bottom. • Entirely stainless steel. • Exchangeable sieves with adjustable perforation. • Heavy electro motor with belt drive, intended for continuous use. • Available choices: In 'stem' function (rubber rotor + sieve with perforations 4 mm, 8 mm etc.) In 'mashing' function (stainless steel rotor + fine sieve 1.5 mm) With 'stem' and 'mashing' function (with surcharge). 015.139.9 Art.no. 015.270.250 015.270.600 Capacity / hour 50 - 250 kg 400 - 600 kg Pasteuriser Eco A juice pasteuriser in stainless steel with large juice tank on top and a spiral pasteuriser below. Suitable for gas, electric and ceramic heating. Electric household furnace does not suffice. With ball valve, thermometer for juice temperature and thermometer for hot water temperature. Ø x H: 45 cm x 70 cm. Capacity: up to 100 l/h. Pasteuriser EHA-27 Electric counter flow pasteuriser for juices. Also suitable for turbid and thicker juices thanks to the use of a double-walled spiralled counter flow heat exchanger. With a pump and automatic temperature control with digital reading/operation. Fast heating: ready to use in only 10 minutes! W x H x D: 77cm x 107 cm x 42 cm. Water volume : 35 l. Power: 380 volt. Capacity: 300 l/h. 015.410.4 Pasteuriser PA90 Compact pasteuriser with water bath and spiral (indirect heating = no caramelisation), for professional use. Equipped with a high capacity heating element (6 kw, 380 V), and exit thermometer ensuring a capacity up to 90 l/hour. 015.406.2 015.415.3 56 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Juice booth 015 Voran juice mobile Mobile juice unit for pressing, pasteurising and filling on location (at customers, in the field, demonstrations). The juice mobile can entirely be adjusted to your needs. The juice mobile is equipped with a fruit crusher and belt press EBP500. A pump runs the pressed juice through a filter to the buffer tank. The fermentation can start once enough juice is collected. The pasteurised juice can be sent directly to the filling mechanism (for bottles and/or bag in boxes). The unit is mounted on a mobile structure and covered with a galvanised box (box can open at 3 sides). Needs 380 V (3 phased), power depends on the system. This power can be provided by a power group. Contact our technical department for more information. Pasteurising unit Voran Industrial pasteurister with gas furnace. With plate heat exchanger, full automatic controle and filler. Gas furnace included! Works on propane/butane. Art.no. 015.430.500 015.430.1000 015.431.500 015.431.1000 Kw. 42 42 / 81 42 42 / 81 Cap./hour 500 litres 1000 litres 500 litres 1000 litres Filler 6 heads 6 heads - tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 57 015 Steam juicer Natursaft® The steam juicer Fruit, vegetables is a device that can extract juice from fruit, vegetables or herbs simply by means of steam. The result is a pasteurised and preservable juice without any added chemicals. All natural! using this steam juicer, you can also blanch vegetables and prepare several meals: rice dishes, meat dishes, etc. Steamed juice ® Boiling water Steam juicer Natursaft® Make your own pasteurised juices with this juice/steam cooker. Preservable and healthy juices without any conservatives! Universal use: also useable as cooking pan, soup pan or steaming pan for vegetables, rice, fish, etc. Model 10 litres: • Energy-saving capsulated bottom suitable for all kinds of cookers: gas, electricity, ceramic, induction. • Durable glass lid allows control of the cooking process. • Extra large: Ø 28 cm, volume fruit basket: 10 litres. • Entirely stainless steel. • With heat resistant silicon filler tube with clip. • Instructions (4 language book) included. Model JUMBO: • Volume fruit basket: 24 litres. • Fully stainless steel. • Suitable for gas and ceramic heating. Electric household furnaces are not sufficiant. • With heat resistant silicon filler tube with clip. • Ø x H: 36 x 45 cm. Art.no. 015.400.5 015.405.4 015.002.9 Content basket 10 litres JUMBO 24 litres Tube + clip Juice bottles 73 'Ontsappen en stoomkoken met de Natursaft® stoomextractor' Roos Van Hoof Brochure with lots of information, instructions and recipes for an optimal effect using the Natursaft steam juicer. 38 pages. Available in Dutch and French. 028.210.3 - Ontsappen en stoomkoken 028.215.2 - Extraire des jus & cuire à la vapeur 58 Weck caps 31 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Cherry & plum destoners 015 Cherry destoner with table clip Budget-friendly and very practical cherry destoner. With large tray for stones. Operation is very stable thanks to the table clip. Kernex cherry destoner Simple and handy cherry destoner in coated aluminium. Art.no. 015.215.7 015.229.8 Description Destoner with table clip Replacement rubber Kirschomat cherry destoner Steinex prune destoner With large tray for collecting cherry stones and a special construction to prevent splashing. Capacity: 15 kg/h. Solid construction. Art.no. 015.217.3 015.229.8 015.231.4 Simple manual model in cast aluminium to destone and divide in 4 pieces, one prune at the time. Description Kirschomat Replacement rubber 015.232.2 Steinomat cherry and prune destoner Very stable version with heavy metal base. Destones two cherries at once. Can also divide and destone prunes. Large capacity: up to 20 kg/h. Steinex-Combi cherry and prune destoner Simple tabletop model for destoning one cherry or prune at the time. Art.no. Description 015.225.6 Steinomat 015.228.0 Replacement rubber 015.230.6 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 59 015 1 Fruit processing Electric fruit peeler High-quality electric tabletop model. Quickly peels most fruits: oranges, lemons, kiwis, tomatoes, apples, etc. in 10-20 seconds. 230 V CE. Replacement blade available separately. Art.no. 015.210.8 015.211.6 Description Electric fruit peeler Replacement blade 2 Manual orange peeler 3 Manual apple peeler 4 High quality model in cast iron, with clamp fastening. For oranges, lemons and other citrus fruits. High quality model in cast iron, with table screw or suction pad. For apples, pears and other hard fruit. Art.no. 015.212.4 015.218.1 Stainless steel fruit mill Manual stainless steel fruit mill with table clamp. Suitable for soft fruit, fresh vegetables, herbs and wheat grass. For pressing and stoning of small amounts. Ideal for e.g. making jam, fruit and vegetable juices, sauces, cocktails etc. • Pulp thickness adjustable with screw. • Standard with 1 mm sieve. • 3 Additional sieves: 0,8 - 3 - 6 mm. • Weight: 2,68 kg. Description With table screw With suction pad 4 015.254.6 2 1 5 3 60 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Fruit processing Pineapple slicer Easy Slicer 5 Slices your pineapple and cuts away the hard core in one movement! The peel remains intact, allowing you to use it as a decorative bowl. Set of 3 pieces to fit all pineapples (small, medium, large)! Now with very handy wedger! Art.no. 015.236.3 015.237.1 Description Plastic version, 3 sizes SST version, MEDIUM 7 Juice extractor Fritel 3650 • Juice extractor for domestic use. • With a large input-hopper of 75 mm for entire fruits and vegetables. • Stepless electronic speed controller. • With large pulp container (2 litres). • High quality, durable stainless steel sieve with small brush for cleaning and removal of the sieve. • Auto shut-off in case of overheating. • Special anti-splash output. • All parts - motor block excluded are dish washer proof. • Power: 600 watt. Apple divider 6 Useful device to cut apples in 10 slices. Knives in stainless steel. 8 015 Pineapple cutter/peeler professional Professional model in stainless steel. Removes peel and centre in one go. One blade (Ø 89 mm) included. Optional blades for 74, 95 and 102 mm available separately. Art.no. 015.160.5 015.161.74M 015.161.74S 015.161.95M 015.161.95S 015.161.102M 015.161.102S Description Pineapple cutter Blade Ø 74 mm Stamp Ø 74 mm Blade Ø 95 mm Stamp Ø 95 mm Blade Ø102 mm Stamp Ø 102 mm 8 3 7 015.253.8 5 6 015.235.5 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 61 015 Tomato crushers 015.238.9 015.255.3 Tomato/berry press manual ECO Manual tomato/berry press with stainless steel sieve (1.5 mm). Funnel, receptacle and coil in plastic. Capacity: up to 50 kg/h. 114.060.7 Dough kneader 1,6 kg for ARTUS 400 W Dough kneader for the ARTUS 400 watt motor. Kneading arms made of AISI 316 SST, removable transparent receptacle with lid in sturdy, dishwasherproof polycarbonate. Capacity: up to 1.6 kg dough (1 kg flour) in 3 minutes. Motor not included. Tomato/berry press ARTUS 250 W Electric tomato/berry press for household use. With stainless steel sieve (1.5 mm). Funnel and receptacle in plastic. 250 watt electric motor with thermal fuse. Capacity: up to 100 kg/hour. Tomato/berry press ARTUS 400 W 015.256.1 Electric tomato/berry press for intensive use with stainless steel sieve (1.5 mm). Funnel and receptacle in plastic. Powerful 400 watt electric motor with thermal fuse. Capacity: up to 100 kg/hour. Various extra attachments available: dough kneader, meat grinder, pasta maker. See below. 114.062.3 114.061.5 Pasta set for ARTUS 400 W Pasta maker for the ARTUS 400 watt motor. With 12 fittings for different types of pasta. Capacity: up to 1.5 kg pasta in 10 min. Motor not included. Grater for ARTUS 400 W Solid grater for the ARTUS 400 watt motor. Particullary suited for grating dry cheese, dry bread, chocolate, etc. Motor not included. Warming plate 015.239.7 Manual tomato/berry mill Particularly suitable for making purées and juices from tomatoes, berries and other fruits. Supplied with extra sieves it can also be used for crushing small quantities of grapes and other fruit! With table clip. 62 For Demijohns. The plates produce a temperature increase of 6 °C, and are constructed to keep wine at a temperature suitable for fermentation during winter. 220 V. Also very suitable for the preparation of kombucha. Art.no. 016.015.0 016.016.8 016.017.6 Dimensions 15 x 15 cm 16 x 34 cm 28 x 28 cm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Power 10 watt 20 watt 25 watt Suitable for 1 x 5 l bottle 2 x 5 l bottles 1 x 20 l bottle Plastic recipients 017 Plastic barrel round Easy to clean, thanks to the large opening. The lid hermetically seals the container and is equipped with a hole for an airlock. Tap, bung, airlock and 1 hermetically sealing screw cap included... all at an unsurpassed price! Art.no. 017.750.1 017.751.9 017.752.7 017.753.5 Capacity 30 litres 60 litres 120 litres 210 litres Seperate accessories 017.755.1 017.756.8 017.758.4 017.759.2.M 017.759.2.Z Dimensions Ø x H 40 x 36 cm 40 x 61 cm 50 x 78 cm 56 x 97 cm Airlock White tap Rubber ring for tap Red screw top with hole Red screw top without hole Plastic tanks with lid and tap High quality tanks for the fermentation or maturation of wine or beer. With tap and removable screw lid. Extra smooth interior wall for easy cleaning. Airlock not included. Maximum lifting capacity per handle: 30 kg. Ø lid for round plastic tanks: 12 cm. Ø lid for rectangular plastic tanks: 20 cm. Art.no. 017.740.2 017.741.0 017.760.0 017.761.8 017.763.4 017.764.2 017.765.9 Capacity / shape 10 litres, round 15 litres, round 60 litres, rectangular 100 litres, rectangular 200 litres, rectangular 300 litres, rectangular 500 litres, rectangular Seperate accessoires 017.769.DN8 017.769.DN18 010.010.7 LxWxH (B x H) 24 x 32 cm (B x H) 28 x 36 cm 55,5 x 35 x 50 cm 65 x 41 x 58 cm 85,5 x 50 x 73 cm 87 x 60 x 79 cm 100 x 70 x 98 cm Tap for tank 10 - 30 litres Tap for tank 60 - 500 litres Duplex 1 (DP1) airlock Plastic barrels Our plastic barrels, made of special food-grade plastic, are an ideal and modern solution for winemakers and beer brewers. Plastic is unbreakable, doesn’t give off any flavour and lasts for a long time. Before first use, plastic barrels should be 'deodorised' with Chemipro ® CAUSTIC. Never store plastic barrels in direct sunlight. Bucket with spout Must bucket In white plastic, graduated. Without lid. Art.no. 017.613.1 017.615.6 In white plastic, with lid. Sturdy built-in handles. Capacity 14 litres 25 litres Art.no. 017.634.7 017.635.4 Capacity 35 litres 50 litres Bucket 30 l Bucket in synthetic material, food-use approved. With lid, fitted with a special reinforced upper rim. In white polypropylene and therefore also suitable for hot liquids up to 100 °C. 017.631.3 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 63 017 Plastic recipients Must tub Universal in use: for fermentation, as large fruit basket, rinsing and soa-king bottles etc. In very solid white plastic. Lid and accessories not included. 018.045.5 017.659.4 017.656.0 Separate accessories Art.no. 017.656.0 017.659.4 018.045.5 Description Lid for pulp tubs 350 - 500 litres Stand for pulp tubs up to 500 litres Tap for pulp tubs Art.no. 017.632.1 017.640.4 017.641.2 017.643.8 017.644.6 017.650.3 Brewing / fermentation bucket 30 l Bucket in synthetic material, approved for food-use, with lid, tap and airlock! With a specially reinforced upper rim. In white polypropylene and therefore also suitable for hot liquids up to 100 °C. With litre graduation! Art.no. 017.630.5 017.636.2 018.053.9 010.001.6 Description Brewing/ fermentation bucket 30 l + tap and airlock Replacement rubber Tap with PVC backnut Airlock Capacity 80 litres 150 litres 230 litres 350 litres 500 litres 150 l, rectangular ØxH 65 x 32 cm 88 x 32 cm 85 x 55 cm 96 x 73 cm 104 x 82 cm 80 x 63 x 38 cm Measuring jug In white plastic, graduated, with spout. Art.no. 017.601.6 017.603.2 017.605.7 Content 1 litres 3 litres 5 litres Must scoop 3 litres Stainless steel paddle 92 cm Stirring spoons Entirely made of heavy duty food grade stainless steel. Perfect for mixing pulp or stirring mash, etc. Completely flattened without holes for easy cleaning. Dimensions paddle (W x L): 12 x 20 cm. For winemakers: for stirring fermenting pulp. For beer brewers: for stirring wort during mashing. With rounded end. The wooden version is made from beech wood. The plastic paddles are heat resistant and can be used in boiling water. Art.no. 017.985.3 017.987.9 017.988.7 64 With handle. In white plastic. Very suitable for emptying out must, pulp, etc. and for filling fruit presses. Capacity: 3 litres. 017.610.7 Stainless steel spoon Description 70 cm beechwood 40 cm plastic 80 cm plastic Solid stainless steel spoon. Very suitable for brewers, wine makers, cheese makers, etc. SST = easy and hygienically cleanable. Length: 60 cm. Spoon width: 7 cm. With attachment hook. 017.989.5 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 017.986.1 017 Demijohns Separate accessories for demijohns Demijohn normal opening Balloon-shaped, with or without plastic basket. Plastic covers Art.no. Description 017.086.0 Cover for demijohns with normal opening 5 l Cover for demijohns with normal opening 10-34 l Cover for demijohns with normal opening 54 l Cover for demijohns with wide opening 5-25 l 017.087.8 017.088.6 017.160.3 * To make the plastic baskets fit the demijohns with wide opening: cut about 5 cm from the top part. Attention! No delivery by package service for the 34 and 54 l demijohns! Ø opening inside/outside 28 / 43 mm 40 / 55 mm 40 / 55 mm 40 / 55 mm 40 / 55 mm 40 / 55 mm 51 / 74 mm Capacity 5 litres 10 litres 15 litres 20 litres 25 litres 34 litres 54 litres With basket 017.007.6 017.010.0 017.015.9 017.020.9 017.025.8 017.034.0 017.054.8 Without basket 017.305.4 017.310.4 017.315.3 017.320.3 017.325.2 017.334.4 017.354.2 Demijohn wide opening Wide opening of 12 cm diameter. With or without plastic basket. For pulp fermentation, beer making, kombucha preparation, etc. Plastic baskets* Art.no. 017.584.4 017.585.1 017.586.9 017.587.7 017.588.5 017.589.3 017.590.1 Description Plastic basket + lid for 5 l Plastic basket + lid for 10 l Plastic basket + lid for 15 l Plastic basket + lid for 20 l Plastic basket + lid for 25 l Plastic basket + lid for 34 l Plastic basket + lid for 54 l Demijohn wide opening 017.105.8 017.110.8 017.115.7 017.120.7 017.125.6 Capacity 5 litres 10 litres 15 litres 20 litres 25 litres Demijohn wide opening without basket 017.405.2 017.410.2 017.415.1 017.420.1 017.425.0 Cart + lift for demijohns Fizz-X must mixer Handy device for removing the CO2 out of your wine after fermentation. Easy to attach on a drill. Cart with manual platform lift for demijohns/barrels, etc. In galvanised iron with rubber pneumatic tyres. Suitable for carboys/barrels up to 80 litres. Lifting height: 90 cm. Max. lifting weight: 80 kg. Dimensions: 77 x 140 x 80 cm. Weight: 10 kg. 018.069.5 bottles 73 Demijohn 'EAR' Straight model, without basket. Frequently used for wines, drinks, etc. or as a demijohn. Art.no. 017.502.5 017.505.9 Capacity 2 litres 5 litres Ø opening 20 mm 28 mm 025.220.7 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 65 017 Wooden barrels How to use and maintain a wooden barrel? The use of wooden barrels will provide your wine/beer with an incomparable aroma. A badly maintained barrel, however, will lead to problems and infections. Therefore, proper maintenance is vital. A few tips: • Preparing/disinfecting a new barrel: Fill the barrel with a solution of 10 g of tartaric acid per litre of water and leave to soak for 4 to 5 days. Then empty the barrel, let it drain thoroughly and disinfect with a sulphur wick. Immediately fill with wine (filling gently). New barrels release many tannins, so don't allow the wine to mature in the barrel for too long and regularly check the taste! • Preparing a used barrel: Thoroughly clean the barrel using water-free soda (1 kg soda to 10 litres of hot water). Use, if possible, a brush or chain to scrub the inner wall, then rinse thoroughly with clean water. Fill the barrel with a solution of 10 g of tartaric acid per litre of water and leave to soak for 2 to 3 days. Empty the barrel, let it drain thoroughly and disinfect by burning a sulphur wick (¼ wick/100 litres). • Storing an empty barrel: Wooden barrels are not intended to be stored empty! If this should occasionally be necessary, never leave dregs or wine residue in the wooden barrel! After siphoning, always rinse immediately with clean water. Then let the barrel drain for a day and burn a sulphur wick (¼ wick/100 litres contents). Seal the barrel well with a wooden or silicone stopper and store in a humid and cool place (70% humidity, 12 to 17 °C). Burn a piece of sulphur wick once again every three months. Oak barrels Barrels of high professional quality. Produced by the world’s 3 rd largest cooper! Wines matured in these wooden barrels have an incomparable aroma with vanilla notes and a more refined finish (rondeur and fin de bouche). The American oak gives more exotic tints. TOP quality with guaranteed toasting (medium+)! Stave thickness: 27 mm, beautifully finished! Decorative barrels Small decorative barrels in oak. With support and tap. Ideal for your wine bar, for decoration, for dispensing at parties, etc. Very attractive and solid finish. Stave thickness: 20 mm. Waxed on the inside. Art.no. 017.921.8 017.931.7 017.951.5 017.954.9 017.955.6 Cap. 20 l 30 l 50 l 90 l 112 l Ø (belly) x H 34 x 43 cm 38 x 52 cm 44 x 61 cm 51 x 76 cm 56 x 76 cm Ø opening 37 mm 37 mm 37 mm 40 mm 40 mm 017.956.4 225 l 70 x 94 cm 57 mm 017.957.2 225 l 70 x 94 cm 57 mm Oak barrel for Bag in box Decorative oak-wood barrels for tapping bag in box wines. The bag in box is placed in the barrel through the rear side opening. Ideal for garden parties, hotels, restaurants, etc. Specifications With support and tap With support and tap Without accessories Without accessories Without accessories American oak without accessories French oak without accessories Sealing wax Natural vegetable wax for closing small leaks in wooden barrels. Can be used on wet wood. Content: 500 g. 022.053.3 Bag in box * Height support and barrel ** Diameter = diameter belly Art.no. 017.902.8 017.904.4 017.910.1 66 Cap. 1,5 litres 3 litres 10 litres H* x L x Ø** 25 x 21 x 14 cm 28 x 24 x 17 cm 35 x 32 x 24 cm * Height support and barrel ** Diameter = diameter belly Art.no. 017.915.0 017.916.8 Cap. 5 litres 10 litres H* x L x Ø** 40 x 35 x 26 cm 43 x 42 x 29 cm 72 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Stainless steel tanks 017 Tanks with lid, tap, flat bottom Stainless steel (AISI 304), flat-bottomed tanks. With dust cover and ball valve. Universal application. Can also be used as a wort kettle. Wall thickness: 0,6-0,8 mm. Stands available seperately. 017.779.200 up to 017.779.1000 can not be delivered per package service. Seperate stand for 017.779.x Art.no. Description 017.787.32 Stand for Ø 32,5 cm 017.787.40 Stand for Ø 40,5 cm 017.787.46 Stand for Ø 46,5 cm 017.787.54 Stand for Ø 54 cm 017.787.65 Stand for Ø 65 cm 017.787.72 Stand for Ø 72 cm 017.787.92 Stand for Ø 92 cm Art.no. 017.779.50 017.779.80 017.779.100 017.779.150 017.779.200 017.779.300 017.779.400 017.779.500 017.779.600 017.779.800 017.779.1000 Capacity 35 litres 55 litres 75 litres 110 litres 150 litres 200 litres 300 litres 500 litres 600 litres 800 litres 1000 litres ØxH 325 x 485 mm 405 x 545 mm 405 x 685 mm 465 x 740 mm 465 x 980 mm 540 x 840 mm 650 x 985 mm 720 x 1250 mm 720 x 1500 mm 920 x 1250 mm 920 x 1500 mm Stainless steel transportation barrel For universal application, with flat bottom, 2 handles, hermetically sealing lid (Ø 15 cm) and valve. Stainless steel AISI 304. Art.no. 017.666.9 017.660.2 017.667.7 017.662.8 017.663.6 017.664.4 017.665.1 Seperate stand for 017.66x.x Art.no. Description 017.670.05 Stand for barrel SST 5 l 017.670.10 Stand for barrel SST 10/15 l Anti dust lid Only standard included with 017.779.x. Order seperately for other SST tanks. Art.no. 017.790.405 017.790.465 017.790.540 017.790.650 017.790.760 For tank with Ø 40,5 cm 46,5 cm 54 cm 65 cm 76 cm Capacity 5 litres 10 litres 15 litres 30 litres 50 litres 75 litres 100 litres ØxH 20 x 20 cm 27 x 22 cm 27 x 29 cm 37 x 35 cm 37 x 55 cm 42 x 62 cm 42 x 80 cm Wooden taps Solid wooden taps. Suitable for wooden barrels, small ceramic casks, etc. but also for small vinegar casks. Art.no. 018.115.6 018.116.4 018.117.2 018.122.2 018.124.8 018.125.5 018.126.3 Tap n° 2 3 4 6,5 7,5 8,5 9 Length 70 mm 85 mm 113 mm 18 cm 22 cm 24 cm 25 cm Ø min./max. 8 / 10 mm 10 / 12 mm 12 / 14 mm 18 / 22 mm 22 / 26 mm 24 / 28 mm 25 / 31 mm Wood type Box wood Ash wood Ash wood Ash wood Ash wood Ash wood Ash wood tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 67 017 Stainless steel tanks Tanks with floating lid, flat bottom Stainless steel tanks with floating lids have many benefits, and universal applicable: as a fermentation tank (thanks to the included valve), as a maturation tank, as a storage tank, etc. With the special air tube the lid can be hermetically sealed, preventing oxidation. The level of the lid can be adapted at any time to the level of the liquid! Ideal for maturing wine and beer. Thanks to the full opening the tanks are very easy to clean. All tanks come with a marble finish. Equiped with air tube, pump with manometer and valve. Stainless steel and therefore indestructible and perfectly hygienic! Stainless steel AISI 304. Wall thickness: 0,6-0,8 mm. Tap in chromed brass. Stands available separately. Only 017.780.50 and 017.780.100 can be shipped per package service. Art.no. 017.780.55 017.780.100 017.780.150 017.780.200 017.780.300 017.780.400 017.780.500 017.780.600 017.780.800 017.780.1000 Capacity 55 litres 110 litres 150 litres 200 litres 300 litres 400 litres 500 litres 600 litres 800 litres 1000 litres ØxH 405 x 545 mm 465 x 740 mm 465 x 980 mm 540 x 840 mm 650 x 985 mm 720 x 1000 mm 720 x 1250 mm 720 x 1500 mm 920 x 1250 mm 920 x 1500 mm Seperate stand 017.779.x Art.no. Description 017.787.40 Stand for Ø 40,5 cm 017.787.46 Stand for Ø 46,5 cm 017.787.54 Stand for Ø 54 cm 017.787.65 Stand for Ø 65 cm 017.787.72 Stand for Ø 72 cm 017.787.92 Stand for Ø 92 cm Tanks with floating lid, conical bottom These tanks with a conical bottom also have, apart from the benefits of the tanks listed above, the following additional properties: with 2 drainage taps for partial emptying and complete emptying. Fitted onto three welded feet. Stainless steel AISI 304. Wall thickness: 0,6-0,8 mm. Stainless steel fermentation tank with conical bottom Professional tanks in stainless steel for fermentation/storage of wine, beer, liqueurs, etc. Supplied with manhole (30 cm) at the side, lid (30 cm) with valve on top, level indication and 2 outlets (complete and partial outlet). With stainless steel ball valve. Fitted onto welded feet. Not pressure resistant. Stainless steel AISI 304. Model with options 68 Art.no. Capacity ØxH 017.781.100 100 litres 017.781.200 200 litres 017.781.300 300 litres 017.781.400 400 litres 017.781.500 500 litres 540 x 1000 mm 540 x 1430 mm 650 x 1430 mm 760 x 1430 mm 760 x 1660 mm 017.781.1000 017.781.1500 017.781.2000 017.781.3000 1000 litres 1500 litres 2000 litres 3000 litres 920 x 1910 mm 1160 x 2162 mm 1310 x 2162 mm 1310 x 3080 mm Art.no. Capacity ØxH 017.783.400 400 litres 72 cm x 167 cm 017.783.500 500 litres 72 cm x 193 cm 017.783.600 600 litres 72 cm x 217 cm 017.783.1000 1000 litres 92 cm x 218 cm 017.783.1500 1500 litres 116 cm x 221 cm 017.783.2000 2000 litres 131 cm x 221 cm 017.783.3000 3000 litres 160 cm x 236 cm 017.783.5000 5000 litres 180 cm x 286 cm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Stainless steel tanks Accessories for cilindroconical fermentation tanks Lid + seal Art.no. 140.058.30 140.058.50 140.058.100 140.058.200 Stainless steel cylindroconical fermentation tanks Description Lid + seal for tank 30 l Lid + seal for tank 50 l Lid + seal for tank 100 l Lid + seal for tank 200 l Lid clip binding Art.no. Description 140.059.30 Lid clip binding for tank 30 l 140.059.50 Lid clip binding for tank 50 l 140.059.100 Lid clip binding for tank 100 l 140.059.200 Lid clip binding for tank 200 l Art.no. 140.056.40 140.056.45 140.056.48 140.056.50 140.056.55 140.056.60 140.056.65 140.056.70 017 Diameter 41 cm 51 cm 62 cm 72 cm 92 cm 110 cm 131 cm 160 cm Fermentation and maturation in one tank. Entirely made out of Stainless steel (AISI 304). With Stainless steel ball valve with a straight tube spigot 25 mm at the bottom. With a sampling tap in the conus. With hermetically sealable lid, covering the whole opening and airlock. The 300-litre, 600-litre and 1000-litre models have a man hole with air lock on top and a thermometer in the sidewall. Art.no. 017.802.30 017.802.50 017.802.100 017.802.200 017.802.300 017.802.600 017.802.1000 Art.no. 140.056.80 140.056.90 140.056.95 140.056.100 140.056.110 140.056.131 140.056.160 Capacity 30 litres 50 litres 100 litres 200 litres 300 litres 600 litres 1000 litres Diameter 41 cm 51 cm 62 cm 72 cm 92 cm 110 cm 131 cm ØxH 325 x 1250 mm 405 x 1250 mm 465 x 1460 mm 540 x 1850 mm 650 x 1850 mm 910 x 2250 mm 1160 x 2350 mm Inflatable rim for tanks with floating lid The diameter of the article refers to the diameter of the lid. The tank is usually 1 or 2 cm bigger. Make sure you give us the diameter of the cover when ordering this article! Special delivery conditions This truck means that there are special conditions regarding delivery times and transport costs. For more information you can contact our customer service: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thermometer for fermentation tank Art.no. 017.786.A 017.786.D Description Analogue Digital cleaning products 18 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 69 017 Speidel stainless steel tanks BROUWLAND: your official SPEIDEL partner! A while ago BROUWLAND and SPEIDEL decided to join hands. Since 1st of July 2009, BROUWLAND is your official SPEIDEL partner. Besides the classic Stainless steel tanks, BROUWLAND now offers you the well-know and high quality SPEIDEL tanks. The range of SPEIDEL tanks is very wide, the models below are just a few examples of the many possibilities SPEIDEL and BROUWLAND can supply. SPEIDEL does not only deliver individual tanks but has a special project department to build your wine or beer cellar. Please contact our PRO-department for more information. Only on order. Delivery time: ± 8 weeks. SPEIDEL: 'Behalter aus Leidenschaft' With more than 90 employees, SPEIDEL has been, for more than 5 generations, THE reference for high quality tanks and vessels. The quality of their products surpasses the standards without any doubt. All tanks have a SST 18/10 roof, very smooth side walls and completely seamless welds! Furthermore, SPEIDEL offers a 25 year guaranty when you purchase a tank! SPEIDEL tanks with conical bottom FO1 • • • • With reinforced edge: - Up to 300 litres = 17 mm - 530 litres and more = 42 mm. In marbled AISI 304 stainless steel and mounted on 3 welded feet, without accessories. Outlet for partial discharge. - For tank 220 litres: inside thread ¾” with plastic cap. - For tanks starting 300 litres: outside thread 1” with plastic cap. Outlet for total discharge. - For tank 220 litres: delivery tube with inside thread ¾” with plastic cap. - For tanks starting 300 litres: outside thread 1” with plastic cap. Art.no. 017.810.220 017.810.300 017.810.530 017.810.675 017.810.910 Content 220 litres 300 litres 530 litres 675 litres 910 litres ØxH 550 x 1382 cm 630 x 1384 cm 820 x 1361 cm 820 x 1620 cm 820 x 2109 cm SPEIDEL tanks with conical bottom type FO2 In marbled AISI 304 stainless steel and mounted on 3 welded feet, without accessories. • Outlet Ø 48 mm for partial discharge. • NW40 connection for total discharge. Piece of welding wire and butterfly valve not included. Art.no. 017.836.300 017.836.530 017.836.675 017.836.910 017.816.x 017.822.x Content 300 litres 530 litres 675 litres 910 litres Welding wire piece Butterfly valve ØxH 630 x 1384 cm 820 x 1361 cm 820 x 1620 cm 820 x 2109 cm SPEIDEL tanks with conical bottom type FO In marbled AISI 304 stainless steel and mounted on 3 welded feet, without accessories. • Outlet Ø 48 mm for partial discharge. • NW50 delivery tube with outside thread for total discharge. • With reinforced edge 42 mm. • With lever for floating lid. Piece of welding wire and butterfly valve not included. Art.no. 017.810.1100 017.810.1600 017.810.2200 017.810.3300 017.816.x 017.822.x 70 Content 1100 litres 1600 litres 2200 litres 3300 litres Welding wire piece Butterfly valve ØxH 1000 x 1791 cm 1200 x 1831 cm 1400 x 1841 cm 1400 x 2579 cm 017.816.x 017.822.x tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Speidel stainless steel tanks Accessories for SPEIDEL tanks with conical bottom Floating cover with pneumatic tire, pump with manometer and connectors Art.no. Ø cover 017.811.63 630 mm 017.811.82 820 mm 017.811.100 1000 mm 017.811.120 1200 mm 017.811.140 1400 mm Rotating lever to pull up the floating lid Art.no. Description 017.812.100 For floating cover 1000 mm 017.812.120 For floating cover 1200 mm 017.812.140 For floating cover 1400 mm Accessories for SPEIDEL tanks with conical bottom and fermentation tanks Level indicator with measuring rod. Connection NW10 Art.no. Description Level indicator with rod 017.814.1000 up to 1000 l Level indicator with rod 017.814.2000 up to 2000 l Level indicator with rod 017.814.5000 up to 5000 l Accessories for SPEIDEL fermentation tanks type FD Cooling Jacket Art.no. 017.819.08B1 017.819.10A1 Suitable for FD100, FD240 FD330, FD 525, FD625 Thermometer Art.no. 017.818.125 Description 125 mm + tube NW10 017 SPEIDEL fermentation tanks type FS-MO Fermentation and maturation tanks in the highest quality marbled stainless steel and finishing touch. • mounted on 3 welded feet. • tank bottom and side walls in stainless steel AISI 304 (18/4). • roof panels in stainless steel AISI 316 (18/10). • seamless punched manhole inspection opening seamless with oval lid 420 x 320 mm (320 l = 320 x 250 mm). • welded sleeve NW10 with lid for eventual fixing of sample tap. • welded sleeve NW10 with lid for eventual fixing of level indicator. • opening 48 mm for fixing a sample tap with partial discharge. • to the front directed bottom outlet NW40/50, for total discharge. • to the front directed roof outlet NW50. • Starting at Ø 1000 mm, provided with a tap opening. Art.no. 017.813.320 017.813.525 017.813.625 017.813.750 017.813.1000 017.813.1250 017.813.1400 017.813.2000 017.813.2500 017.813.3000 Content 320 litres 525 litres 625 litres 750 litres 1000 litres 1250 litres 1400 litres 2000 litres 2500 litres 3000 litres ØxH 820 x 914 mm 820 x 1314 mm 820 x 1509 mm 820 x 1772 mm 820 x 2258 mm 1000 x 1955 mm 1000 x 2193 mm 1200 x 2173 mm 1200 x 2630 mm 1400 x 2373 mm SPEIDEL fermentation tanks type FD Fermentation and maturation tanks in the highest quality marbled stainless steel and finishing touch. Mounted on 3 welded legs. Without a manhole. With a tank roof in AISI 304. Connection gas thread: ¾" inner thread. 2 outlets: for partial and total discharge. Without accessories. Art.no. 017.820.100 017.820.240 017.820.240K* 017.820.330 017.820.525 017.820.525K* 017.820.625 Content 100 litres 240 litres 240 litres 330 litres 525 litres 525 litres 526 litres ØxH 440 x 1141 mm 550 x 1524 mm 550 x 1524 mm 630 x 1538 mm 820 x 1466 mm 820 x 1466 mm 820 x 1661 mm * Cooling jacket included tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 71 017 Bag in Box Bag in Box compleet Ideal for wines and juices for daily consumption. The aluminium bags are specially suited for wine thanks to the additional oxygen barrier by the alu-laminate. Aluminium bags are NOT suitable for hot liquids. The transparent bags however are suitable for siphoning hot juices but do not have such a strong oxygen barrier. Contact our professional department for information regarding ordering larger quantities. Inside bag for bag in box The aluminium bags are specially suited for wine thanks to the additional oxygen barrier by the alulaminate. Aluminium bags are NOT suitable for hot liquids. The transparent bags on the other hand are suitable for siphoning hot juices but don’t have such a strong oxygen barrier. Bag in Box WHITE Bag in Box complete with white box and aliminium bag. Bag in Box WHITE complete Art.no. 017.860.8 017.870.7 Capacity 3 litres 5 litres Bag in Box BROWN Bag in Box complete with brown box and aliminium bag. Bag in Box BROWN complete Art.no. 017.862.4 017.874.9 017.884.8 Capacity 3 litres 5 litres 10 litres Aluminium inside bag for bag in box Art.no. 017.869.9 017.879.8 017.888.9 Capacity 3 litres 5 litres 10 litres Transparent inside bag for bag in box Art.no. 017.868.1 017.880.6 017.889.7 Capacity 3 litres 5 litres 10 litres Bag in Box APPLE Bag in Box complete with a apple design box and transparant bag. Bag in Box APPLE complete Art.no. 017.871.5 017.881.4 Capacity 5 litres 10 litres Table holder for Bag in Box Ensures easy filling of your bag in box bags and makes the removal of air pockets from the bag easier. Made of stainless steel and provided with fastening holes. 017.890.5 Bag in Box GRAPE Bag in Box complete with a grape design box and aliminium bag. Bag in Box GRAPE complete Art.no. 017.882.2 Capacity 10 litres Semi-automatic filling machine for bag in box Professional, compact design semi-automatic filling machine for filling of wine, fruit juices, oils, syrups, milk, liqueurs, etc. Suitable for 2 to 30 litres bag in boxes. Large filling capacity: up to 150 BIBs/h (5 l. BIB). Filling consists of 4 stages and filling cycle takes place automatically. Extensive standard equipment: • Integrated vacuum pump with vacuostat and automatic detection of damaged bags! • Integrated centrifugal pump 130 l/min, with SST casing, SST paddle wheel, reversible motor and drain valve. • Programmable electronic controls with multilingual and multifunctional display. • Integrated CIP circuit with automatic cleaning of the vacuum circuit. • Hermetically sealed filling head which guarantees a drip-free application. • Installed on a moveable stand. • Dimensions: 150 x 70 x 100 cm. Weight: 80 kg. • 3-phases, 220/380 V, 50 hz. • Needs a compressor, 6 bar, 0.3 m³/hour. Multiple options are possible, such as a work surface with roller conveyor, nitrogen refill, equipment for bottling and pasteurisation (85 °C), etc. 018.400.SYM 72 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 017 Wine & beer bottles Purchase per pallet Professionals are offered special prices should they purchase by the pallet load. This applies to all these bottles. Please contact our commercial service to take advantage of this offer! Pallets and partitions are not returnable. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 9 11 12 13 14 All bottles are delivered WITHOUT closure! 15 16 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Art.no. 017.545.5 017.544.8 017.547.1 017.546.3 017.543.0 017.541.4 017.548.9 017.549.7 017.550.5 017.539.8 017.540.6 017.542.2 017.554.6 017.553.9 017.536.4 017.537.2 017.535.6 017.538.0 017.526.5 017.527.3 017.530.7 017.531.5 017.534.9 017.533.1 17 18 19 20 Description Wine bottle burgundy olive green Wine bottle burgundy olive green Wine bottle bordeaux green Wine bottle bordeaux green Wine bottle bordeaux white Wine bottle schlegel green Wine bottle cider/sparkling wine green Wine bottle champagne green Geuze/cider bottle green Aperitif bottle white Aperitif bottle white Aperitif bottle white Juice bottle white Juice/milk bottle white Beer bottle VICHY brown Beer bottle STEINIE brown Beer bottle NRW brown Beer bottle FRANKONIA brown Beer bottle BELGE brown cork Beer bottle BELGE brown crown cap Swing top bottle STEINIE brown Swing top bottle brown Swing top bottle brown* Swing top bottle white 21 22 Capacity 37,5 cl 75 cl 37,5 cl 75 cl 75 cl 75 cl 75 cl 75 cl 37,5 cl 50 cl 75 cl 100 cl 24 cl 100 cl 33 cl 33 cl 50 cl 50 cl 75 cl 75 cl 33 cl 50 cl 75 cl 75 cl 23 24 * The brown 75-cl swing top bottle has a combined closure (= for crown cap 26 mm and swing top). Crown cappers 020.041.0 EMILY and 020.040.8 GRETA are not suitable for this bottle. Closure Cork Cork Cork Cork Cork Cork Cork Cork Crown cap 29 mm PP 31,5 PP 31,5 PP 31,5 MTO38 TO48 Crown cap 26 mm Crown cap 26 mm Crown cap 26 mm Crown cap 26 mm Cork Crown cap 26 mm Swing top Swing top Swing top Swing top # / pallet 1188 1358 2331 1561 1398 1160 1274 1050 1904 1890 1350 1260 1665 1352 2888 2640 2023 1904 1421 1421 2640 2112 1421 1407 Art.no./box 017.453.2 017.454.0 017.450.8 017.451.6 017.452.4 017.457.3 017.456.5 017.455.7 017.449.0 017.467.2 017.468.0 017.469.8 017.470.6 017.466.4 017.458.1 017.461.5 017.460.7 017.459.9 017.472.2 017.473.0 017.462.3 017.463.1 017.464.9 017.465.6 # / box 52 33 50 36 36 33 32 32 52 40 30 24 27 24 60 60 52 46 33 33 60 40 33 32 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 73 017 Decorative bottles Swing stopper with rubber ring Fits all standard swing top bottles. Polyethylene stopper = recyclable. Rubber ring included. Art.no. 017.560.4 017.561.2 017.562.0 017.570.3 017.571.1 017.572.9 017.575.2 017.577.8 017.574.5 Description Swing stopper white + black rubber Swing stopper white + black rubber Swing stopper white + black rubber Swing stopper white + red rubber Swing stopper white + red rubber Swing stopper white + red rubber Red rubber rings Red rubber rings Red rubber rings 1 kg Number 10 pieces 100 pieces 800 pieces 10 pieces 100 pieces 800 pieces 10 pieces 100 pieces ± 500 pieces Metal band for swing tops Small aluminium lamina to turn any bottle into a Grolsch-type bottle. The lamina are clasped under the bulge of the bottle neck. Art.no. 017.578.6 017.579.4 Number 10 pieces 100 pieces liqueur extracts 1 2 3 4 Decorative bottle with tap 5 Very beautiful design, ideal as a gift when empty or filled with wine, port, cognac,...! With replaceable, gold coloured plastic tap. Decorative bottles Looking for a tasteful and convenient way for packaging and presenting your homemade wine or liqueur? These bottles may well be the answer. Also very suitable for herbal vinegars, bath oils, etc. or for birth and christening gifts, etc. Cork not included. Art.no. 1 017.967.1 2 017.968.9 3 017.969.7 4 017.970.5 5 017.971.3 012.321.6 012.322.4 74 Type Cap. ONDA alta 200 ml DAMA ovale 200 ml DAMA quadra 200 ml DAMA round 200 ml OPERA 500 ml Corks 17 x 20 mm (10 pcs.) Corks 17 x 20 mm (100 pcs.) 164 Decorative bottle Chagali Decorative little bottle in transparent glass. Ideal for oil, shampoo, parfume… 200 ml, without cork. Art.no. 017.961.4 017.962.2 017.963.0 Capacity 2 litres 5 litres tap Art.no. 017.977.0 012.321.6 012.322.4 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Description Bottle CHAGALI Corks 17 x 20 mm (10 pcs.) Corks 17 x 20 mm (100 pcs.) Siphons & accessories Auto-Siphon Bottle filler A necessary gadget! A bottle filler that fills your beer bottle from the bottom up without oxidation or excessive foaming. The bottle filler stops automatically when the beer bottle is removed. Fits the tap with back nut 018.053.9 and 017.756.8 or PVC tube Ø 10 mm. Art.no. 018.032.3 018.053.9 018.021.6 In crystal-clear plexiglass. Simply pull and the siphon is working! With removable anti-dregs stopper, non-return valve and tube. Tap not included! Not suitable for fluids with an alcohol percentage > 40 % vol.! • STANDARD model: With 1.7 m tube (Ø 9/13 mm). Retracted length = 58,5 cm. • Model MINI: Because the standard automatic siphon was too big for smaller bottles, there is this mini version. This version uses the same 9/13 tube but is a bit shorter (retracted length = 34.5 cm). So nothing but benefits! • Model JUMBO: Suitable for 54 l demijohns of and barrels up to 60 l. Double output thanks to the larger diameter. Incl. 2 metres pvc tube 12/16 mm. Retracted length = 64.5 cm. Description Bottle filler Tap FT bottle filler In transparent plexiglas, specially intended for attachement to the Auto-Siphon 018.031.5. Allows fast and easy bottling of your wine/beer and filling bottles from the bottom up. Art.no. 018.023.2 018.033.1 018 Description Wine filler Bottle filler Auto-Siphon Art.no. 018.031.5 018.022.4 018.021.6 Ø 12 mm 9 mm Description Auto-Siphon STANDARD Auto-Siphon MINI Auto-Siphon JUMBO Clip for Auto-Siphon Fixes the Auto-Siphon to almost any container: demijohns, fermenting bins, buckets,...! demijohns 65 018.005.9 Siphon with suction pump With tap and hard plastic part for demijohns. With special conical bung that fits any demijohn. With bellows for starting the siphon. Diameter tube: 14 mm. Length: 80 cm. Clip for Auto-Siphon Art.no. 018.017.4 018.019.1 018.016.6 Colley pump Siphon with hand pump and non-return valve. Also suitable for petrol stoves. Diameter tube: 14 mm. Length: 40 cm. Description For siphon JUMBO For siphon MINI & STANDARD 018.003.4 018.001.8 Telescopic siphon Blow siphon With sturdy telescopic bottom section (max. 55 cm long), anti-dregs stopper, ‘Little’ tap and blow pipe. Ø tube: 9 mm. Fits the majority of fermentation bottles and plastic casks thanks to the conical cap. Retracted length: 35 cm. With tap, plastic racking cane and special conical bung that fits any demijohn. By blowing the siphon starts working. Ø tube: 14 mm. Length: 80 cm. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 75 018 Siphons & tubes 'Wine Thief' transparent Stainless steel racking cane with anti-sediment tip The ideal solution for sampling your beer/wine in a quick and easy way. You can even use it as a mea-suring cylinder! Made from crystal clear plastic giving you the possibility to evaluate the colour/ clarity and to read your hydrometer. Closes automatically, so no difficult finger exercises! 50 cm long for easy and automatic filling without the need of suction. Hydrometer is not included. The first racking cane with removable anti-sediment tip. Entirely in stainless steel. Can be sterilized perfectly and is suitable for higher temperatures, alcohols,… L x Ø: 75 x 9 mm. Tubes available separately (e.g. PVC tube 9/13 mm or silicone tube 9 mm). 018.151.1 018.004.2 Siphon clip Very ingenious and practical! Attaches siphons up to Ø 12 mm to almost any container (demijohns, fermenting bins, buckets, etc.). 018.014.0 Sampling pipette For taking wine/beer samples from demijohns or other containers. Provided with a handle. Length: 50 cm. 018.149.5 018.030.7 Automatic bottling gun FIW Very useful device that stops automatically when the bottle is full. Adjustable level in bottle. Special anti-foam construction. Can be attached to 018.001.8, 018.005.9 and to tubes of Ø 14 mm. Tubing Aquafit Non-reinforced PVC tubing Special food grade quality, transparent. Varied purposes. Ideal for building/extending siphons. Max. temperature: 60 °C. Price per metre. Food-grade, heat-resistant tube for foodstuffs up to 90 °C. NOT steam-cleanable, NOT suitable for fatty liquids. Pressure resistant to 10 bar. Price per metre. PVC tubing reinforced Food-grade quality, for connection to pumps, vessels, etc. The wall is reinforced with nylon fibres (operating pressure at 20 °C = 10 bar) or by means of a spiral (operating pressure at 20 °C = 5 bar). Suitable for wine, beer, liqueur, etc. to 28 % vol. Maximum temperature 60 °C. Price per metre. Art.no. Nylon reinforced 018.068.7 018.057.0 018.064.6 018.062.0 Spirale reinforced 018.058.20 018.058.25 018.058.30 018.058.40 76 Art.no. 018.060.4 018.061.2 018.063.8 018.059.6 Ø inside x outside 7 x 10 mm (wort aerator) 9 x 13 mm (small siphons) 12 x 16 mm (larger siphons) 14 x 18 mm (larger siphons) Ø inside x outside 10 x 15 mm 16 x 22 mm 19 x 25 mm 25 x 34 mm 20 x 28 mm 25 x 33 mm 30 x 38 mm 40 x 48 mm Silicone tubing Resistant to high AND low temperatures (-50 °C to +260 °C). Does not release any odour or taste. Ø 9 x 13 mm. Price per metre. 018.055.4 Art.no. 018.054.10 018.054.13 018.054.19 Ø inside x outside 10 x 17 mm 13 x 20 mm 19 x 27 mm NBR tubing Food grade nitrile butadiene rubber tubing. Suitable for wort, but also for fat liquids, oils and milk. The tubes are conform FDA ruling. Inner layer: white food grade NBR rubber. Reinforced with high resistant textile thread. Temperature resistance: -20 to 110 °C. Suitable for steam cleaning up to 30 minutes. Operation pressure: 10 bar. Bursting pressure: 30 bar. Price per meter. Art.no. 018.250.25 018.250.35 018.250.38 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Ø inside x outside 25 x 39 mm 35 x 49 mm 38 x 52 mm 018 Tube accessories Clip bindings 018.252 clip binding SST mikalor: Stainless Steel clip binding for clamping tubes onto tube holders. Simply tighten with a screw driver. 1 018.251 clip binding SST HD: Stainless Steel clip binding in a solid finish for clamping reinforced pvc tubes and EPDM tubes onto tube holders. SST MIKALOR Art.no. 018.252.0816 018.252.1222 018.252.2540 018.252.3250 Diameter SST 8 x 16 mm MIKALOR SST 12 x 22 mm MIKALOR SST 25 x 40 mm MIKALOR SST 32 x 50 mm MIKALOR SST HD Art.no. 018.251.3235 018.251.3639 018.251.4447 018.251.5255 2 Universal connector To connect ALL tubing (except propane) in the range of 4 to 18 mm! Art.no. 1 018.051.3 2 018.056.2 Diameter SST 32 x 35 mm HD SST 39 x 39 mm HD SST 44 x 47 mm HD SST 52 x 55 mm HD Diameter 12 x 16 mm 4 x 18 mm 018.047.1 Tap 'Little' Art.no. 018.253.911 018.253.1012 018.253.1113 018.253.1214 018.253.1316 018.253.1518 018.253.1720 018.253.1822 Diameter Nylon 9 x 11 mm Nylon 10 x 12 mm Nylon 11 x 13 mm Nylon 12 x 14 mm Nylon 13 x 16 mm Nylon 15 x 18 mm Nylon 17 x 20 mm Nylon 18 x 22 mm Made of plastic, with wing. Can be attached to small siphons. Diameter: 8 mm. Tube clips Handy tube clips made of high-quality nylon. Attach your tubes effortlessly to the tube holder with just a click and no tools! Heat resistant up to 130 °C. 018.050.5 Tap 'UF' Plastic with wing, classic model, for tubing with Ø 14 x 18 mm. 1 2 Stainless steel tube spigots Metal tube spigots with a gas thread connector. 2 2 2 1 1 1 Art.no. 018.137.12 018.137.34 018.137.44 018.261.2034 018.261.2544 018.261.2554 018.262.2544 Description 1/2” x 13 mm 3/4” x 20 mm 1” x 26 mm 3/4” x 20 mm 1” x 25 mm 5/4” x 25 mm 1” x 25 mm bent Connection M M M F F F F Nylon tube spigots Nylon tube spigots with a gas thread connector ‘F’. Art.no. 018.263.714 018.263.1234 018.263.1312 018.263.1612 018.263.2034 Description ¼” x 7 mm ¾” x 12 mm ½” x 13 mm ½” x 16 mm ¾” x 7 mm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 77 018 Bottle fillers Enolmatic vacuum bottle filler The ideal device for the demanding hobbyist. For bottling wine, beer, juices, etc. without the need to move the demijohn! Functions with vacuum pressure. Thanks to the vacuum, the wine won't be affected by oxygen. Automatic filling head, high capacity (up to 100 bottles/hour) and solid finish! By connecting a filter cartridge, it's possible to siphon and filter at the same time! Jar kit Mignon kit Special filling head for little decorative bottles. To be installed instead of the regular filling head. 018.065.3 Special jar filling head for the ENOLMATIC vacuum bottle filler. Fills all your jars easily. Suitable for thick liquids, e.g. egg nog, jam, purées, etc. Shipon accessory 018.066.1 Allows siphoning from demijohns without a difference in height! Especially suited for the ENOLMATIC bottle filler. 018.070.3 Tandem cartridge filter Connect this filter to the ENOLMATIC vacuum bottle filler to siphon and filter in one movement with the reusable filter cartridges! Not suitable for standard wine pumps. Filter cartridge not included. Cartridges for Tandem cartridge filter Can be rinsed out in reversed direction, so it is possible to reuse them many times! Just rinse out in reversed direction, using hot water or special cleaning/disinfecting solution Chemipro ® ACID to remove practically all dirt. Art.nr. 019.032.2 019.033.0 019.034.8 019.031.4 Graduation 5 µ (very coarse) 1 µ (coarse) 0,5 µ (fine) 0,25 µ (sterile) bottles 73 018.044.8 Automatic bottle filler Hobby model with 3 heads. Large capacity due to continuous bottling. Adjustable filling height, can be attached to any siphon (Ø 14 mm). Ideal for bottling large quantities. Less suitable for beer because of the present CO2. 78 canning jars 190 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Bottle fillers Bottle filler without pump Made entirely of stainless steel, on stand, equipped with heavy industrial filling heads for wine, beer or oils. with automatic and adjustable filling level of the bottles. One-piece storage basins without seams. Can be sterilised using steam. Capacity: 130 l/hour per bottling head! With mechanical float in the storage basin. Can be connected to a pump. 018 Linear bottle filler with electric pump, 24V level control and plate filter With automatic level control in the storage container. When the reservoir is full, the pump stops. When the liquid level drops the pump automatically switches on again. With a plate filter for 20 x 20 cm filter plates. Can also be used without the plate filter. For wine Art.no. 018.038.310HW 018.038.320HW 018.038.330HW 018.038.620HW 018.038.630HW # heads 3 3 3 6 6 # filter plates 10 20 30 20 30 HxW 160 x 60 cm 160 x 60 cm 160 x 60 cm 165 x 98 cm 165 x 98 cm For beer Art.no. 018.038.310HB 018.038.320HB 018.038.330HB 018.038.620HB 018.038.630HB # heads 3 3 3 6 6 # filter plates 10 20 30 20 30 HxW 160 x 60 cm 160 x 60 cm 160 x 60 cm 165 x 98 cm 165 x 98 cm For oil Art.no. 018.038.310HO 018.038.320HO 018.038.330HO 018.038.620HO 018.038.630HO # heads 3 3 3 6 6 # filter plates 10 20 30 20 30 HxW 160 x 60 cm 160 x 60 cm 160 x 60 cm 165 x 98 cm 165 x 98 cm Linear bottle filler with electric pump and 24V level control For wine Art.no. 018.035.2LW 018.035.3HW 018.035.3LW 018.035.4HW 018.035.4LW 018.035.6HW # heads 2 3 3 4 4 6 HxW 85 x 60 cm 160 x 60 cm 85 x 60 cm 85 x 60 cm 85 x 60 cm 160 x 90 cm For beer Art.no. 018.035.2LB 018.035.3HB 018.035.3LB 018.035.4HB 018.035.4LB 018.035.6HB # heads 2 3 3 4 4 6 HxW 85 x 60 cm 160 x 60 cm 85 x 60 cm 85 x 60 cm 85 x 60 cm 160 x 90 cm For oil Art.no. 018.035.2LO 018.035.3HO 018.035.3LO 018.035.4HO 018.035.4LO 018.035.6HO # heads 2 3 3 4 4 6 HxW 85 x 60 cm 160 x 60 cm 85 x 60 cm 85 x 60 cm 85 x 60 cm 160 x 90 cm With automatic level control in the storage container. When the reservoir is full, the pump stops. When the liquid level drops the pump automatically switches on again. For wine Art.no. 018.037.3HW 018.037.6HW # heads 3 6 HxW 160 x 60 cm 165 x 98 cm For beer Art.no. 018.037.3HB 018.037.6HB # heads 3 6 HxW 160 x 60 cm 165 x 98 cm For oil Art.no. 018.037.3HO 018.037.6HO # heads 3 6 HxW 160 x 60 cm 165 x 98 cm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 79 018 Counter pressure fillers Dosamatic filler Volumetric piston filler for the filling of jams, sauces, creams, viscous products, etc. even chunky consistencies. Pedal operated and pneumatically driven. Draws up the product from the vessel by itself. Generous choice of capacities, special filler heads, etc. There are also special versions for filling mini bottles. Art.no. 018.410.100 018.410.500 018.410.M1 018.410.M8 018.411.L 018.411.SL 018.411.T 018.412.30 018.412.40 018.413.15 018.413.30 Description Dosamatic 40-1000 ml Dosamatic 200-5000 ml Dosamatic mignon 5-250 ml Dosamatic mignon 20-700 ml Tap for liquids Tap for semi-liquids Tap for thick liquids Head 30 mm Head 40 mm Funnel 15 litres Funnel 30 litres B-TECH Rotary counter pressure filler Very solid semi-automatic rotational filler for traditional producers. This filling unit is suitable for filling without pressure or counter pressure filling from 0 to 5 bar. For filling beer, cider, sparkling wine, soft drinks, wine, fruit juice, water,... • Also suitable for filling PET bottles (with optional accessory). • Solid mechanical construction for intensive use. • Easy exchange of bottle size thanks to universal and adjustable bottle holders. • Maximum filling pressure: 5 bar, pre-evacuation of air by vacuum pump possible (optional). • Infinitely variable capacity by use of a frequency regulator. • Stainless steel filling pipes. Art.no. 018.360.12 018.360.20 80 # heads 12 heads 20 heads tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com B-tech by Brouwland Counter pressure fillers 018 Semi automatic counter pressure bottle filler Counter pressure filling unit with 2 to 8 filling heads. For filling Beer, Champagne or other carbon dioxide containing fluids. Full SST finish with CIP possibilities (option). Capacity: 50 bottles per hour per filling head. Countre pressure: 1.5 to max. 2.5 bar. Art.no. 018.034.2 018.034.4 018.034.6 018.034.8 # heads 2 heads 4 heads 6 heads 8 heads Counter pressure bottle filler + carbonator CW 250 Industrial counter pressure bottle filler and carbonator for all liquids. Capable of filling beer under pressure as well as carbonating AND bottling in only 1 movement of all kinds of non carbonated liquids like sparkling wines, fruit juices, ciders, waters, etc. • Suitable for filling PET bottles as well as glass bottles from 0.2 to 2 l. • Large capacity: up to 400 bottles/h, depending on the bottle size. • Simple to operate. • Capable of carbonating at ambient temperatures! • Dimensions: 50 x 50 x 240 cm. • Power supply: 220 V, 16 A. 018.340.2 PEGAS CrafTap® stainless steel counter pressure filler Special delivery conditions With the PEGAS CrafTap ® you can quickly transfer beer from beer kegs to all kinds of beer bottles without foaming. The PEGAS CrafTap ® is a unique system that allows you to adjust the amount of foam, this reduces the beer wastage to a maximum of 2 %. This truck means that there are special conditions regarding delivery times and transport costs. For more information you can contact our customer service: email@example.com. More information on page 152. 058.125.5 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 81 018 Rotary bottle filling line TA 1600 Rotary filling line TA 1600 Semi-automatic rotary filler WITH incorporated closure unit. Suitable for filling wine, beer (bottle fermentation) and fruit juices. After the bottles are manually fed into the machine, they are automatically filled and automatically corked, capped or twist capped (depen-ding on the closure unit that’s mounted). Characteristics: • Available with corker and/or crown capper and/or pilfer proof capper. • Easy switching between corker, crown capper and pilfer proof capper in only 5 minutes. • Stepless adjustable filling level of the bottles and stepless adjustable speed of the filling unit. • Also suitable for non-pressurized beer (bottle fermenation) and hot fruit juices. • Steam sterilizable and easy to clean. • Automatic safety stop in case of blockage. • 1 bottle-star included. B-tech by Brouwland Art.no. 018.300.10C 018.300.10K 018.300.10P 018.301.10 018.300.14C 018.300.14K 018.300.14P 018.301.14 RTC-600 Mono block Description 10 heads + crown capper 10 heads + corker 10 heads + PP capper 10 heads without closing unit 14 heads + crown capper 14 heads + corker 14 heads + PP capper 14 heads without closing unit The RTC-600 is a compact, mono block bottle filler for beer (bottle conditioned beer). The standard version consists of a filler with 8 heads, a crown capper with automatic distributor and an in and out conveyer belt for bottles with a speed regulator. The bottle filler contains a rotary, gravity filling system with a tank that is height adjustable by means of a handle. The crown caps are directed to the bottle neck through a funnel and capped onto the bottle. The machine can easily be adjusted to different bottle sizes (extra stars available optionally). All parts that come in contact with the liquid are made of AISI 304 stainless steel and are easily removed for maintenance and sterilization. The bottle filler can be combined with an automatic rinser and/or labeler. Technical specifications: • Capacity: 600 75cl-bottles per hour. • 8 heads • Total height: 2100-2250 mm (adjustable) • Width: 1260 (basic), 2260 mm (total) • Depth: 980 mm • Power supply: 380 V 50 Hz - 1,5 kW • Required pressure: 5-6 bar • Diameter bottle: from 55 up to 115 mm • Bottle height: from 240 up to 380 mm • Diameter crown cap: 26-29 mm • Speed of in- and outlet conveyer: 5 m/min. • Capacity bottle filler tank: 35 liter • Capacity funnel crown capper: 1000 crown caps • Weight: 900 kg 018.325.1 82 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Automatic filling line TVA2014 018 Automatic rotary filling line TVA2014 with built-in closure unit Suitable for filling wine, beer (bottle fermentation) and fruit juices. The bottle run automatically into the machine and are automaticall filled, after which they are automatically closed with a cork, crown cap or pilferproof screw cap (depending on the installed unit). • Easy switching between corker, crown capper and pilfer proof capper in just 5 minutes! • Easy switching between different bottle sizes. • Stepless adjustable filling level of the bottles and stepless adjustable speed of the filling unit. • Also suitable for non-pressurized beer (bottle fermentation) and hot fruit juices. • Suitable for steam sterilization and easy to clean. • Automatic safety stop in case of blockage. • 1 bottle-star included. Technical specifications: • Capacity: max. 2000 bottles/hour. • 14 heads. • Max. bottle height: 450 mm. • Bottle Ø: 60-120 mm. • Required pressure: 4 bar/200 l. minutes effective. • L x W x H: 2500 x 900 x 2500 mm. • Power: 220 V. Available with corker and/or crown capper and/or pilfer proof capper Contact our technical department for further information and prices. Available accessories: • Extra bottle-stars. • Conveyor 1.5 m at the exit with nylon rolls. • Electric conveyor at the exit (speed adjustable from 2 till 12 m/minute), with collection table 50 x 60 cm. • Supplement for crown capper 26 and 29 mm. • Electrical level control with 2 switching points (empty and full). • Sterile cartridge filter for air supply liquid tank. • Stainless steel wheels. • Three-sided protection shield with doors. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 83 018 Wine & beer pumps Novax stainless steel electric pumps Very favourably priced, self-priming centrifugal pumps with an electric motor. Pump housing with stainless steel shaft. Without bypass, pump operable in 2 directions. Suitable for pumping clear or lightly charged food liquids, such as water, wine, wort, etc. With standard NBR seal for liquids up to 60 °C. VITON sealing available separately. Motor: 230 V, 50 Hz. The pump can’t be used for aggressive detergents like caustic soda, hydrogen peroxide, …. Art.no. 018.106.20 018.106.25 018.106.30 018.186.20 018.186.25 Model Capacity Connection Novax 20M 1700 l/h 20 mm Novax 25M 2500 l/h 25 mm Novax 30M 5000 l/h 30 mm Viton sealing for 018.106.20 & 018.105.7 Viton sealing for 018.106.25 & 018.106.30 Motor 0.5 pK, 2850 rpm 0.6 pK, 1450 rpm 1 pK, 1450 rpm Plastic cage aspiration filter Protects your pump from undesired chunks in your wort, must, juice,… Made of food grade plastic. Easy to mount thanks to the tube connection. Available in several diameters. Max. temperature: 50 °C. Art.no. 018.108.16 018.108.20 018.108.25 018.108.30 018.108.40 018.108.50 Description Cage aspiration filter Ø 16 mm Cage aspiration filter Ø 20 mm Cage aspiration filter Ø 25 mm Cage aspiration filter Ø 30 mm Cage aspiration filter Ø 40 mm Cage aspiration filter Ø 50 mm 018.107.25 018.105.7 Novax pump for drill Self-priming centrifugal pump suitable for food, for connection to a drill. Suitable for pumping clear or lightly charged liquids. Equipped with 14 mm tube connections. Flowrate: Up to 1400 l/h. Rotational speed: 2850 rpm. Max. pumping head: 24 m. Supplied with standard NBR seal, therefore less suitable for hot liquids. VITON seal 140.186.20 available separately. Vane pump ECO 40 mm SST + trolley + bypass Good value self-priming vane pump with rubber impeller for wine, fruit juice, water, etc. Not suitable for hot wort. Max. temperature: 60 °C. Flow rate: up to 130 l/minute. Complete with built-in bypass for controllable flow and mounted on wheeled hand cart. Tube connections, clamp type: 40 mm. Motor: 220 V single-phase, 900 r.p.m, 900 w. The motor can operate in 2 directions. Low maintenance, heat-resistant, magnetically coupled centrifugal pump for clear wort. Thermoplastic housing and VITON sealing. The magnetic coupling guarantees NO leaking through the motor shaft. • Capacity: up to 30 l/min. • Connections: 1/2”M. • Motor: 230 Volt/18 watt. 84 Very favourably priced, self-priming centrifugal pump with an electric motor. Pump housing with stainless steel shaft. Without bypass, pump operable in 2 directions. Special model with heavier engine for pumping clear or lightly charged oils. Also suitable for pumping lightly charged food liquids, such as wine, wort, etc. With standard NBR seal for liquids up to 60°C. VITON sealing available separately. Motor: 230V, 50 Hz. Flowrate: 2500 l/hour. Connection: 25 mm. Motor: 0.9 hp, 1450 rpm. Head: 12 m. The pump can’t be used for aggressive detergents like caustic soda, hydrogen peroxide, …. Head 25 m 12 m 15 m Centrifugal pump magnetically coupled 018.090.1 Novax electric pump for oil 018.074.5 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 018 Wine & beer pumps Stainless steel must pump Professional must pump for charged liquids and viscous/paste-consistency products. Maximum size of the particles in suspension: 5 mm. • Automatic bypass with adjustable output pressure. • 380 V, 900 rpm, 1600 lph. • Max. temperature: 130 °C. • Dimensions: 22 x 70 x 36 cm. • Mounted on cart. SST centrifugal pumps For pumping clear liquids, for foodstuffs (wine, beer, milk, juice). With heavy electro-motor and internal bypass for stepless flow rate controle! Motor rotates in 2 directions! Suitable for liquids with a max. density of 1.1 kg/l and up to 90 °C. Model JUN, SEN, MAS: With nylon connections. 220 V, IP55. With mechanical VITON sealing! Model NEO: Model with entirely SST AISI 316 pump house. Tube connections not included. Delivered with 1.5 m cable. 018.080.NEO 018.100.8 Art.no. 018.080.NEO 018.080.JUN 018.080.SEN 018.080.MAS Motor 0,3 pK 0,6 hp 1,0 hp 1,5 hp Max. capacity 29 l / min 58 l / min 120 l / min 230 l / min Max. pressure 2 bar 2 bar 1,5 bar 2,5 bar Connection 3/4” x14 of 20 mm 1” ¼ x 25 mm 1” ½ x 40 mm 2” x 50 mm Stainless steel impeller pumps Low speed professional pumps with rubber impellers. Ideally suitable for pumping delicate liquids: wine, beer, milk, etc. Also suitable for pumping liquids containing particles and more viscous liquids, such as emulsions, fruit juices, light sauces, etc. Max. temperature: 90 °C. Motor can operate in two directions. Bypass 018.084.x optional. 018.077.8 Litre-counter Art.no. 018.083.MIC 018.083.MID 018.083.MIN 018.083.MAJ Stainless steel cage filter For trapping particles. Connection: ¾”. Ø x L: 28 x 58 mm. Max. temperature: 55 °C. 018.078.6 Motor 0,75 hp, 1400 rpm 1 hp, 1400 rpm 2,8 hp, 900 rpm 2 hp, 700 rpm Max. capacity 20 l / min 96 l / min 115 l / min 300 l / min Max. pressure 3 bar 2,8 bar 2,5 bar 1,5 bar Connection ¾” 5/4” 40 mm 60 mm Stainless steel impeller pump units Professional pump unit with belt drive and 2 low speeds: 700/350 revs. With rubber impeller. Ideally suitable for pumping delicate liquids: wine, beer, milk, etc. Also suitable for pumping liquids containing high quantities of particles and more viscous liquids, such as must, syrups, sauces, etc. Max. temperature: 90 °C. Motor (2.4 hp) can operate in two directions. Complete with SST connectors. Available options: different speeds, bypass, silicone impeller, EPDM. Cart for electric pumps Art.no. 018.076.1 018.079.4 Optionele bypass With zero setting function. Accuracy: 1%. Connection: 1” inner thread. Max. temperature: 65 °C. Not suitable for commercial use. Description Metal Stainless steel Art.no. 018.081.MIN 018.081.MAJ Motor 2,4 hp 2,4 hp Max. capacity 83 / 46 l / min 300/150 l / min Max. pressure 2,0 / 1,5 bar 1,5 / 1,0 bar Connection 40 mm 50 mm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 85 018 Connections Straight ball valve SST Ball valve in AISI 316 SST with PTFE seals. Suitable for temperatures up to 180 °C. Fitted with an internal gas thread connector at both ends. Art.no. 018.135.1 018.135.12 018.135.34 018.134.4425 Description 1” ½” ¾” 1” + tube spigot 25 mm 018.130.xx Curved ball valve SST Ball valves in AISI 316 stainless steel with PTFE seals. Suitable for temperatures up to 180 °C. Fitted with an external gas thread connector. Supplied with lock nut. Art.no. 018.136.12 018.136.34 018.136.44 Stainless steel butterfly valves Large range of butterfly valves available. For more information contact our technical support. Description ½' ¾' 1' Professional toy store For a complete list of parts go to www.brouwland.com. Butterfly valve thread/liner 018.130.x 017.786.SPR3 Rotating spray ball Rinse your tanks thoroughly and quickly with this rotating spray ball! Small dimensions but very effective! For use in many tanks, demijohns, wooden casks, etc thanks to its small diameter (25 mm). Connection: ¾” female thread Water consumption: up to 50 l/min Water pressure: up to 4 bar. Spraying diameter: up to 1,5 meter. Adjustable water flow. Inner sealing for butterfly valve 018.132.x Reduction liner x liner 018.207.x Art.no. 018.089.E20 018.089.E30 018.089.E40 018.089.N20 018.089.N40 018.089.NBR30 018.089.R40 018.089.S40 018.089.S60 018.089.S80 86 Plug external thread SST 018.220.x Hose spigot x liner 018.211.x Reduction liner x thread 018.209.x Hose spigot x thread 018.229.x Reduction thread x BSP M 018.225.x Impeller EPDM for micra/mini EPDM for midex EPDM for minor NEOPRENE for micra/mini NEOPRENE for minor NITRIL for midex RUBBER for minor SILICONE for minor SILICONE for major SILICONE for maxi Coupling nut 018.212.x Reduction thread x liner 018.208.x Reduction thread x thread 018.214.x Impeller EPDM sealing for DIN connection 018.210.x Reduction liner x BSP M 018.225.x Reduction thread x BSP F 018.225.x Reduction liner x BSP F 018.228.x tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Coupler thread x thread 018.223.x Coupler liner x liner 018.224.x Bend 90° thread x liner 018.230.x Inspection glass thread x liner 018.231.x 019 Filtering Pressure filter MAXI Must sieve Complete set for wine filtration. Filters by pressing through 2 filter plates. Model with large tank capacity of 11 litres. Special leak proof filter unit due to extra seals. Uses Vinoferm ® MAXI filter pads Ø 22 cm. 2 FREE filter pads ‘FINE’ included. Made of red or white plastic, equipped with metal handle. Diameter: 27 cm. 019.103.1 Art.no. 019.005.8 019.006.6 019.007.4 Filter paper Folded filter paper, to be used with a funnel. Packed per 5 pieces. Porosity: 4 to 7 micron. Art.no. 019.055.3 019.056.1 019.057.9 Type 5 6 7 Capacity 1 litre 1,5 litre 2 litres Description Filter MAXI 11 l complete Filter unit Pressure tank 11 l Filter pads MAXI Original Vinoferm ® filter disks of Ø 22 cm for use in the Vinoferm ® pressure filter or similar filter housings. Filter pads MAXI Type Coarse Fine Sterile * 2 pieces 019.010.8 019.011.6 019.012.4 25 pieces 019.013.2 019.014.0 019.016.5 * sterile = blocks yeast. Washable filter cloth Nylon filter bags Fine-meshed nylon filterbags. For the filtration of must or as a little press bag. Also suitable for boiling herbs, hops,… or during the brewing process. In cotton, washable and reusable. For spiral funnel 019.095.9 and other. Ideal for filtering sediments. LxWxH 15 x 15 x 35 cm 25 x 25 x 35 cm The budget-saving hobby filter for small amounts of wine or beer. Easy to connect to a siphon. The wine is filtered by gravity. One filter pad MINI (Ø 15 cm) is needed per filtration. 1 FREE filter pad VINOFERM ® FINE included. 019.096.7 Art.no. 019.067.8 019.063.7 Siphon filter MINI Funnels Special design in white plastic, with nylon sieve and a special groove for de-aeration. Spiral funnel Made of white plastic, Ø 15 cm. Because of the special spiral form, the filtering surface is considerably enlarged. For filter paper or special filter cloth (019.096.7). * sterile = blocks yeast. 019.095.9 Art.no. 019.080.1 019.081.9 019.082.7 019.083.5 019.084.3 Ø bottom x top 1,3 cm x 15 cm 2 cm x 21 cm 2,5 cm x 25 cm 2,5 cm x 30 cm 3 cm x 35 cm Art.no. Description 019.015.7 FIW hevelfilter FIW filter disks (per 2 pieces) Art.no. Type Description 019.024.9 2000 For beer 019.020.7 1000 Coarse 019.021.5 500 Fine 019.022.3 100 Very fine 019.023.1 SST Sterile* tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 87 019 Filtering Electric wine filter Mini-Jet The ideal filter for small quantities (max. 40 l at a time). With its incorporated self-priming pump, this filter will filter up to 20 litres of wine in only 15 minutes. Filtering surface: 465 cm². Uses 3 filter pads. Very easy to use! Weight: 3 kg. Dimensions: 30 cm x 18 cm x 14 cm. 019.040.5 Filter pads for Mini-Jet Filter pads in pressed cardboard with kieselguhr, for 019.040.5. Packed per 3 and available in 3 gradations. * sterile = blocks yeast. Electric wine filter Super-Jet The ideal filter for avarage quantities. With its incorporated self-priming pump this filter will filter up to 50 litres of wine in only 15 minutes. Filtering surface: 1200 cm². Uses 3 filter pads. Very easy to use. Weight: 13 kg. Dimensions: 49 cm x 46 cm x 26 cm. Art.no. 019.041.3 019.042.1 019.043.9 Graduation Coarse Fine Sterile* Filter pads for Super-Jet Filter pads in pressed cardboard with kieselguhr, for 019.045.4. Packed per 3 and available in 3 gradations. 019.045.4 Stainless steel plate filter 2020 with electric pump New and very favourably priced stainless steel plate filters with an electric pump. Handy tabletop model with handle and drip tray. Stainless steel pump housing, without bypass, pump can be operated in 2 directions and can also be used separately. Suitable for filtering lightly charged food liquids such as wine, beer, juice, etc. With standard NBR seal for liquids up to 60 °C. Tube connections: 20 mm, engine: 0.5 hp, 230 volt, 50 Hz, 2850 rpm. Not suitable for double filtration. * sterile = blocks yeast. Art.no. 019.046.2 019.047.0 019.048.8 Graduation Coarse Fine Sterile* Filter pads 20 x 20 Filter pads in pressed cardboard with kieselguhr. Filter pads 20 x 20 cm for plate filters 2020. Packed per 25 pieces. Art.no. 019.050.6 019.050.12 019.050.18 019.035.30 019.036.3 019.038.9-B 019.038.9-E 019.051.2-M 019.039.7 Plates 6 12 18 30 Capacity 200-300 l/h 350-500 l/h 550-800 l/h 900 l/h Rubber ring Spare plate BEGINNING Spare plate END Spare plate MIDDLE for 019.050.x Spare plate MIDDLE for 019.035.30 Stainless steel plate filter 2020 for OIL with electric pump Plate filter with 18 plates, specially equipped with heavy engine pump NOVAX 018.107.25 for OIL. Not suitable for double filtration. With standard NBR seal for liquids up to 60 °C. Tube connections: 25 mm. Motor: 0.9 hp, 230 volt, 50 Hz, 1450 rpm. 18 special filter plates for oil 20 x 20 cm (019.109.8) included. * sterile = blocks yeast. Art.no. 019.110.6 019.111.4 019.112.2 019.113.0 019.108.0 019.114.8 Filter pads 20 x 20 for OIL Filterpads specific for oil. Dim. 20 x 20 cm, fineness 45µ. Packed per 18 pieces. 019.052.18 88 Type KD1 very coarse KD3 coarse KD5 fine KD7 very fine KD10 ultra fine KDS15 sterile* tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 019.109.8 019 Filtering Basket filter with pump Cartridge filter for pressure Special pressure-resistant body for washable filter cartridges 019.031.4 up to 019.034.8. Can be used with any electric pump (with bypass). Not suitable for use in combination with the vacuum bottle filler. Body without filter cartridge. 019.120.6 Filter cartridges For filter houses 019.120.6 and 019.030.6. Can be rinsed out in reverse direction, so it is possible to reuse them many times! Just rinse them out in reverse direction, using hot water or special cleaning/disinfecting solution Chemipro ® Acid (004.020.4) to remove practically all dirt. Art.no. 019.032.2 019.033.0 019.034.8 019.031.4 Graduation 5 µ(very coarse) 1 µ (coarse) 0,5 µ (fine) 0,25 µ (sterile*) New and very favourably priced basket filter with electric pump, specially intended for pre-filtration of liquids such as must, fruit juice, low alcohol content herbal extracts, etc. Convenient and compact design with handle. Large stainless steel basket sieve with 200μ fineness. Pump without bypass, can also be used separately. Suitable for filtering lightly charged food liquids such as wine, beer, juice, water, etc. With standard NBR seal for liquids up to max. 60 °C. Tube connection for pump: 25 mm. Tube connection for basket filter: 30 mm. Motor: 0.6 hp, 230 V, 50 Hz, 1450 rpm. Flowrate: up to 2500 l/h. 019.060.3 * sterile = blocks yeast. Filter pads 40 x 40 Made from pressed cellulose pulp with kieselguhr. 40 x 40 cm for 019.130.xx. 25 per pack. Art.no. 019.115.5 019.116.3 019.117.1 019.118.9 019.119.7 019.121.3 019.122.1 019.123.9 019.124.7 Stainless steel plate filter 4040 with electric pump Type KD1 very coarse KD3 coarse KD5 fine KD7 very fine KDS15 sterile* SD30 S60 sterile* S80 sterile* S100 sterile* Professional model. Uses filter plates of 40 x 40 cm. Heavy stainless steel body and electric motor. The pump can also be used separately for siphoning. Steam sterilisable. With set for double filtration! Can be delivered with SST filter plate holders for double filtration (option). Art.no. 019.130.11 019.130.19 019.130.29 019.130.39 # plates 11 19 29 39 Filter surface 1,7 m² 2,9 m² 4,5 m² 5,8 m² Cap./h (wine) 1100 l 1500 l 2900 l 3900 l Cap./h (beer) 300 l 500 l 800 l 1100 l * sterile = blocks yeast. [µm] These filter plates are made of pure natural materials and cationic chargers, different amounts of cellulose slit fibers derived from deciduous and coniferous trees, kieselguhr and perlite. The plates itself are biodegradable. Steril80 Steril60 Steril40 SD30 KDS15 KD12 KD10 KD7 Coarse, clarifying, fine filtraton How to place the filter plates? Filter plates require careful handling when inserting them into the plate filter. KD5 KD3 Avoid banging, bending and rubbing the plates. Do not use damaged filter K2 K1 plates. Each filter plate has a rough and a smooth side. The smooth side is the side 70 30 20 10 6 where the filtrate comes out. Water throughput Sterilising the moistened plates before filtration. Slightly unfasten the stretched plates and let it cool for a while before re-stretching. • Hot water (soft and pure): during 25 minutes at 85 °C, measured at the exit (at least 0.5 bar exit pressure) • Steam (pure) up to a max of 134 °C. about 20 minutes starting steam ventilation at the exit. Then rinse with clear water (50 ml/m²). 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.7 1.5 3.0 4.0 Retention Filter plates Microbe reduction and removal Steril100 Regeneration: First rinse with cold water (15-20 °C) in filtration direction during 5 minutes. The rinse in reversed direction with hot water (60-80 °C) during 10 minutes. Attention: reuse moistened plates as quickly as possible. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 89 020 Corkers 020.009.7 020.012.1 Corker FIW Classic model, works by pounding, entirely in plastic. Only for 38 mm wine corks and for small quantities. Corker with 2 levers RP Solid aluminium design. Grabs the neck of the bottle. Plastic handles. Not adjustable. Only for 38 mm wine corks. 020.014.7 Adjustable corker with 2 levers Like 020.012.1, but with adjustable corking height. Only for 38 mm wine corks. Corker on stand, blue, model FI A manual standing corker for all use: wine corks (cork and plastic), beer corks (26 and 29 mm, cork and plastic), Altec beer corks and crown caps (when used with an adaptor). With chrome plated cork pressers = suitable for regular use. Special crown cork adaptor (26 + 29 mm crown caps) available separately. Art.no. 020.016.2 Description Corker FI Corker FI for Magnum bottles Crown cap adaptor 020.017.0 020.018.8 Corker on stand, green, model CP The ideal corker for the demanding hobbyist. The cork is first compressed cylindrically, and then pushed straight into the bottle. This method produces no grooves in the cork. With adjustable cork height and suitable for all bottles. With bronze cork squeezer. Very solid construction! Height: 90 cm. Not deliverable by package service! Not suitable for plastic corks. 020.015.4 Corker on stand, red, model RP Small, handy and beautifully finished model, with nylon head. Can be used while sitting. Solid construction and budget saving! Height: 70 cm. Suitable for all wine corks, plastic and cork. 020.021.2 Corker Micra Foot model, with semiautomatic turnable holder for 200 corks. With 24 volt button control. • Max. Ø corks: 26 mm. • Max. bottle height: 35 cm. • Capacity: 600-800 bottles/h. • H x W x D: 150 x 35 x 40 cm. • Work height: 80 cm. • Weight: 70 kg. • 220 volt, 1 hp. 020.025.3 90 Corker Mini Foot model, with semiautomatic turnable holder for 200 corks. Mounted on a sturdy stand. With automatic bottle elevator and 24 V button control. • Capacity: 800-1000 bottles/h. • H x W x D: 180 x 60 x 60 cm. • Working height: 80 cm. • Weight: 85 kg. • 220 volt 1 hp. Corker Campagnola With automatic bottle elevator, foot switch control and automatic cork holder. • Capacity: 1000-1200 bottles/h. • H x W x D: 200 x 60 x 60 cm. • Working height: 85 cm. • Weight: 160 kg. • 220 volt, 1 hp. 020.025.MI tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 020.025.CAM 020 Corkers Ti Tappo corker/cage wirer Cork your champagne & wine bottles in an instant: with the Ti Tappo cork device you can simultaneously cork the bottle and tie up the champagne wire cage with just one pull on the lever. • Quick, easy and accurate placing of corks! • Versatile unit: suitable for plastic champagne & wine corks (Ø 22 or 23 mm). • Ideal for tying up champagne wire cages. • Suitable for both standard and magnum bottles. • Durable: unit in galvanized steel. • Dimensions: 25 x 25 x 45 cm. • Weight: 5.3 kg. 020.010.5 Corker Gilda Ingenious corker. Functions like the large corkers on stand: first compressing the cork cylindrically, then pushing it straight into the bottle. Solid construction in nylon and aluminium. Also suitable for 45 mm corks. 020.019.6 Corker champagne Rapid 49 Professional heavy duty manual corker on stand for corking standard to magnum-sized bottles with champagne corks or beer corks. With additional second lever to compress the cork. Weight: 43 kg. • Max. dim. cork (H x Ø): 51 x 35 mm. Compression: 16 mm. • Ø inside bottle neck: 18 mm. Max. Ø bottle: 200 mm. Bottle height: 200-420 mm. • Four part press block. • Automatic blockage of bottle. • Vertically directed precision double guiding rod. Optional: accessory for wiring (020.023.8). 020.105.3 Novita cage wirer To quickly and smoothly tie up your champagne cages. Indispensable for champagne bottlers. 020.106.1 Cage wirer tearing model 020.023.8 Art.no. 020.022.0 020.023.8 Corker champagne TS-3 Professional champagne corker with semi-automatic cork holder. Suitable for corks with Ø 25 to 32 mm and 28 to 55 mm heigh. • Capacity: up to 1000 bottles/h. • Height: 220 cm. • Weight: 200 kg. 020.025.TS3 Effortlessly wires hundreds of cages: 1 pull and finished! Sturdy model intended for regular use. Description Crown capper RAPID 49 Cage wirer for RAPID 49 Champagne cage wirer GIS4 Professional device to tie up your champagne cages. Can also be used as a crown capper (29 mm). Heavy hydraulic mechanism meant for regular and long-term use. • Capacity: 600 bottles/h. • Weight: 200 kg. • Height: 164 cm. 020.025.GIS4 Corker champagne Professional electric corker for corking cider, beer and champagne bottles with champagne corks or beer corks. • Max Ø cork: 32 mm. • Max Ø bottles: 100 mm. • Max height bottles: 390 mm. Can also be used for normal corking with the help of an optional kit. 020.027.9 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 91 020 Crown cappers 1 2 1 2 Art.no. 020.040.8 020.041.0 Crown capper With 2 levers, magnet and replacable head (only EMILY). Made of nylon, very solid construction. 2 heads (26 and 29 mm) included. For all beer bottles and champagne bottles with crown caps! The GRETA model is only available with a 26 mm head, so only suitable for beer bottles. Tabletop crown capper Corona Heavy and sturdy tabletop model for continuous use. Manually controlled. Included accessory for crown caps with Ø 29 mm + 26 mm. Height: 51 cm. Weight: 8 kg. Description GRETA for beer bottles EMILY for beer and champagne bottles 020.147.5 Tabletop crown capper FIW Handy model that is easily adaptable for different bottle heights. With exchangeable ‘head’ for standard 26 mm crown corks. Optional accessory (020.044.4) for 29 mm crown caps is available separately. Art.no. 020.046.9 020.044.4 020.049.3 Description Crown capper FIW Head 29-31 mm Head 26 mm Tabletop crown capper Max Pneumatic crown capper Solid construction meant for regular use. The ideal and affordable solution for the serious amateur, the lab or microbrewery. Accessories for 26 and 29 mm crown caps and plastic champagne corks included. Requires a small air compressor. • H x W x D: 59 x 30 x 30 cm. • Weight: ± 20 kg. Art.no. 020.145.9 020.146.7 Tabletop crown capper with twisted heads. Thanks to the extra reinforcements and easily adjustable height for the bottles, this crow capper is perfectly suitable for the frequent hobby brewer. The twisted heads guarantee a perfect closure on all common bottles. 2 heads included: suitable for 26 mm and 29 mm crown caps. Pneumatic crown capper Eco Similar to the pneumatic crown capper 020.146.7, but with a lighter finish. Suitable for the price-conscious consumer. Accessories for 26 and 29 mm crown caps AND plastic champagne corks included. Requires a small air compressor. H x W x D: 59 x 30 x 30 cm. Weight: 15 kg. * also fits 020.046.9 Art.no. 020.047.7 020.048.26 020.048.29 92 Description Crown capper MAX Head MAX Ø 26 mm* Head MAX Ø 29 mm* Description Stainless steel crown capper Crown capper 020.143.4 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Pilferproof machines 020 Automatic crown capper TV2000 Fully automatic closure unit with feeder and discharge belts. In single version for 1 closure. Can be supplied for corks, crown corks, polypropylene stoppers, long cap/Stelvin screw caps, plastic screw caps and twist-off caps. Easy to adjust to different bottle diameters and heights without gauging pieces! Technical data: • Capacity: up to 2500 bottles/hour. • Bottle height: max: 450 mm. • Bottle Ø: max 120 mm. • Motor: 230 volt. • Air consumption: 200 l/min at 8 bar. • D x W x H: 500 x 900 x 2000 mm. • Weight: 150 kg. Contact our technical department for further information. Pilferproof head Art.no. 020.160.K 020.160.KU Pilferproof container Conductor Description Automatic crown capper TV 2000 Automatic corker TV 2000 Automatic crown capper TWIN TV2000 Fully automatic closure unit with feeder and discharge belts. In double version with 2 different closure units. Can be supplied for corks, crown corks, polypropylene stoppers, long cap/Stelvin screw caps, plastic screw caps and twist-off caps. Easy to adjust to different bottle diameters and heights without gauging pieces! Technical data: • Capacity: up to 2500 bottles/hour. • Bottle height: max: 450 mm. • Bottle Ø: max 120 mm. • Motor: 230 volt. • Air consumption: 200 l/min at 8 bar. • D x W x H: 500 x 900 x 2000 mm. • Weight: 150 kg. Contact our technical department for further information. Pilferproof head Art.no. 020.160.KK 020.160.KP 020.160.KUPP 020.160.ST Pilferproof capsuler with handle Professional electric tabletop, with handle. Capacity: up to 300 bottles/h. With standard PP31.5 head. Other heads available upon request. 020.081.6 Pilferproof recipient Conductor Description Automatic capper TV 2000 crown caps + corks Automatic capper TV 2000 crown caps + PP Automatic capper TV 2000 corks + PP Automatic capper TV 2000 PP + TWIST-OFF Pilferproof capsuler with push button Professional electric tabletop, with push button. Capacity: up to 300 bottles/hour. With standard PP31.5 head. Other heads available upon request. 020.082.4 Manual pilferproof tongs With a simple squeeze of these tongs you can seal the lower sealing ring of threaded PP-caps. For screw-caps Ø 28 mm or Ø 31,5 mm with both 18 mm and 24 mm depth. Art.no. 020.079.28 020.079.315 Description Pilferproof tongs Ø 28 mm Pilferproof tongs Ø 31,5 mm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 93 020 Bottle openers Corker and cork puller AH-SO No more damaged corks! Slide the 2 prongs between the cork and the neck of the bottle. Pull the cork out in one smooth turn. Close the bottle again by gently rocking the cork into the bottle (using the corker). The bottle is now closed and looks like it was never opened before. Enjoy a glass of corkless wine! 020.120.2 Cork catcher Did the cork fall IN the bottle? No problem! Get it out with this handy cork catcher! 020.030.3 020.059.2 020.065.9 Double Action corkscrew Ingenious corkscrew with knife and double action: thanks to this system the cork is pulled out safely and straight in 2 steps. No more broken corks and practically without any effort. Pleasant arched form. With high quality open coil, covered in Teflon. Twister corkscrew Attractive and practical corkscrew with a Teflon coated hollow screw, for opening wine bottles with ease. Has a firm grip on every wine bottle. Easy-unscrew bottle opener This handy gadget helps you to unscrew and uncork plastic corks AND crown caps with no effort. Degorging tool Handy tool to simplify champagne degorging! The bottle neck is submerged in water of brine with a temperature of -20 °C. The champagne in the bottle neck freezes and the bottle is placed upright leaving the iced leese in the bottle neck. With the degorging tool the bottle is then opened. the bottle pressure makes the iced lees plug shoot out of the bottle. 025.204.9 020.052.7 94 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 021 Cleaning Manual bottle cleaner double Carboy & Soda keg Cleaner Are you also tired of endless scrubbing your bottles and soda kegs? Then from now on, use the carboy and Soda keg Cleaner! Thanks to the special designed rotating cleaning pads your demijohns, barrels and soda kegs are entirely cleaned in only a few seconds without any effort. Scratch free and very efficient thanks to the specially created rotating sponge covers with special unwoven viscose pads. Very easy to use: pour some water with detergent into your demijohn or soda keg, attach the Carboy Cleaner/Soda keg Cleaner to your drill and GO! Cleans efficiently up to a diameter of: Carboy Cleaner: ± 32 cm, Soda keg Cleaner: ± 22 cm. With a patented doublerotation mechanism. Normal position: brush rotates while moving up and down. Secured: brush rotates in one place only. Ideal for very dirty bottles. With brush in stainless steel. Art.no. 021.015.3 021.019.5 Description Bottle cleaner DOUBLE Spare brush Art.no. 021.040.1 021.042.7 021.041.9 021.043.5 Description Carboy Cleaner Spare pad for Carboy Cleaner Soda keg Cleaner Spare pad for Soda keg Cleaner Stainless steel spray lance Bottle rinser Ecology Professional lance with 360° spray head. Made entirely of polished AISI 304 stainless steel. Provided with a NW50 tank connection and equipped with a curved NW25 intake. Length: 60 cm. A revolutionary bottle rinser! To be connected to the water conduit. The inner brush spins powerfully by water pressure, no electricity required! Spare brush available separately. Art.no. 021.216.7 021.240.7 Watch the videos on ou r websi te Description Bottle rinser Ecology Spare brush Ecology Spray head in AISI 316, suitable for demijohns, barrels, tanks, etc. up to Ø 1 m. Ø spray head : 30 mm. Connection: ¼” inner thread. Flow rate: 1800 l/hour at 1 bar. Bottle brushes Universal model, for cleaning beer bottles, wine bottles, demijohns, etc. Art.no. 021.025.2 021.030.2 Art.no. 021.001.3 021.003.9 021.006.2 021.008.8 021.009.6 014.218.2 Length 30 cm 45 cm 80 cm 42 cm 75 cm 50 cm Brush (H x Ø) 12x 4 cm 15 x 7 cm 15 x 7 cm 35 x 8,5 cm x 1 cm Type Natural hair Nylon Nylon Natural hair Nylon Natural hair Use For beer bottles For wine bottles and demijohns For 2 and 5-l straight bottles For demijohns 15-34 l For pipette Description Spray lance SST Spray head SST cleaning products 18 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 95 021 Cleaning Bottle rinser Blast Rinses all your bottles, pressure vessels, demijohns and even tubes and siphons instantly. Connects to a tap. Very simple and efficient to use: open tap, push up bottle. and rinse out with a powerful waterjet. Bottle rinser Avvinatore With its own reservoir for e.g. a sulphite solution. When you push down the bottle, a powerful waterjet rinses out the bottle completely. Ideal for e.g. disinfecting bottles just before bottling. With table stand, also fits on bottle drainer 021.085.7. 021.221.7 Bottle rinser Double Blast The same as 021.221.7 but rinses 2 bottles at the same time! With extra spray nozzle for demijohns. 021.222.5 021.218.3 Bottle drainer For draining 81 washed bottles at a time. Can be easily enlarged using extra threaded components. On a stable stand. Very solid. Art.no. 021.080.7 021.081.5 Description Bottle drainer Element for bottle drainer 021.245.6 Rotating bottle drainer For 81 bottles at a time. No more walking around, you can always have your bottles close at hand! Very practical. Solid construction with stable stand. Bottle rinser AVVINATORE 021.218.3 can be mounted onto this bottle drainer. Art.no. 021.085.7 021.086.4 96 Description Rotating bottle drainer Element for bottle drainer Semi-automatic rotary bottle rinser With 12 heads for placing bottles. Manually rotated treatment section under stainless steel cover. For internal wash only. Suitable for a wide range of bottle sizes. bottles 73 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Cleaning Steam generators Electrical professional steam generator for breweries, winemakers, food companies, etc. Ideal for cleaning and disinfecting machines such as plate filters, cartridge filters, pumps, conducts, etc. but also floors, barrique detartration, bottle disinfection, etc. Easy to use: just connect to the water and electricity grid. Easy maintenance: very easy descaling. Direct action: steam available after only 2 minutes! Large capacity of steam at 110 °C, max. pressure 2,5 bar. Housing entirely out of stainless steel. 380 V. Art.no. 021.250.6 021.251.4 021.252.2 021.253.0 Power 9,5 kW 13,2 kW 16,5 kW 23 kW Barrel cleaner RE-2 Steam 15 kg/h 20 kg/h 25 kg/h 34 kg/h Fuse 16 A 20 A 25 A 35 A Professional barrel cleaner for CIP cleaning of traditional 30 and 50 l beer kegs. Fitted with 2 pressure pumps for base and acid cleaning under pressure, insulated and temperature controlled detergent tank and acid cleaner tank. Available in 2 versions: manual version with standard butterfly valves or an automatic version with electric butterfly valves. Cleaning cycle: 3-5 minutes. • Capacity: up to 20 kegs / hour. • Power supply: 220 V, 2 kW. • Water connection: ½”, 3 bar. • Dimensions: 1000 x 700 x 1300 mm. Art.no. 058.160.3 058.161.1 Description Manual Automatic 021 Electric bottle washing machine Onda Professional model in stainless steel. With rotating inner and outer brushes in special hard nylon. Rinses 2 bottles at a time. Capacity: up to 400 bottles/hour. 021.232.4 Bottle washing machine Automatika Professional stainless steel construction, for daily use. Has a closed, heated and thermostatic controlled circuit for detergent! With separate and individual washing and rinsing compartments. Washes (under high pressure without brushes!) and rinses 4 bottles at a time. Capacity: up to 600 bottles/hour. Dimensions: 140 x 100 x 100 cm. Weight: 80 kg. 021.235.7 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 97 023 Starters kit wine Maxi starters kit wine Complete set with equipment and ingredients for the starting winemaker Contains: • 2 fermenting buckets 30 litres with tap and airlock. • Bottle filler. • Spoon 40 cm. • Hydrometer and measuring cylinder. • Acidometer (acidity meter). • Bottle brush. • Chemipro ® OXI cleaning agent. • Corker with 30 wine corks. • Bioferm ROUGE dry yeast. • Bioferm BLANC dry yeast. • NUTRISAL yeast nutrient. • Deacidifier DESACID. • Pecto-enzyme ZYMEX. • MIXACID mixed acids. • Sulphite. • Instructions with recipes. Art.no. 023.510.1 023.511.9 Description Starters kit with Dutch book Starters kit with French book Art.no. 023.512.7 023.513.5 Description Starters kit English (without book) Starters kit with German book Grape concentrates Add water, sugar and yeast and after a few weeks you’ll have 4,5 litres of wine! Can also be used to add body to homemade wine (by adding and refermentation). Dried yeast and yeast nutrient included. Content: 900 g. Cabernet Sauvignon Spicy and rich, full bodied with toasty aroma and a warm red colour. 023.016.9 Cider kit Make your own delicious and thirst-quenching cider! Very high quality. Instructions for both still and sparkling cider inclu-ded! One canister makes 22 litres of cider. Chardonnay Medium bodied, crisp, fresh with citrus and tropical fruit highlights. Art.no. 023.007.8 023.008.6 Description Cabernet Sauvignon Chardonnay Port wine with natural Alcoferm® extracts Recipe for 5 litres of port wine. What do you need? 5 litres red wine, 50 ml port extract, 20 ml Oak-a-vin, 25 ml mostfein. Preparation: Mix all ingredients together. After 1 month of ripening, carefully siphon and filter. Mostfein Natural, sweetened concentrate made from dates and other ingredients. Improves the flavour, increases acidity and sweetness. liqueur extracts 164 006.022.8 Port extract 023.480.7 Oak-a-vin Natural oak extract of extremely high quality, originating in Limousin, France. This product changes the wine in just a few days, whereas a wooden barrel would take a few months. May not be used in commercial wines! 006.030.1 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 99 025 Wine storage 5 rules for ideal wine storage: • Stable temperature: preferably between 10 and 12 °C. A few degrees more or less is not disastrous; extreme temperatures and changing temperatures, however, must be avoided at all costs. • Adapted humidity: the ideal humidity lays between 65 and 80 %. Too little humidity dries the cork, resulting in leaking wine. Too much humidity may lead to mould and affect the labels. • Good air circulation: if there is too little circulation ‘nasty smells’ may arise in your cellar and these may penetrate the wine through the cork. • Optimal darkness: important because light, and in particular UV radiation, have a disastrous effect on the ageing of wine through oxidation. • Vibration free: in order for the wine to mature harmoniously and to make sure the molecular structure is not disturbed. Hygrometer with thermometer For measuring the relative humidity in e.g. your wine cellar. Decorative large design (Ø 10 cm) with built-in thermometer. 013.095.6 Minimum-maximum thermometer Displays the current temperature as well as the highest and lowest temperatures which are reached. Plastic housing with little roof. With button to reset the minimum and maximum temperatures. Dimensions: 6 cm x 23 cm. 013.085.6 Plastic bottle trays These solid thermo-shaped plastic trays are specially manufactured for stabile, horizontal storage of wine bottles and cider/ champagne bottles. They avoid the risk of broken bottles, collapsing piles, etc. Every bottle lays in its own special formed cutaway. However, should the bottle do break, the damage will only be limited to that single cut-away. Very handy to use and suitable for professionals as well as for hobbyists. Available in 3 versions: • Plastic bottle tray 100 x 120 UNI (industrial pallet size) Universal model suited for most 75 cl bottles: Bordeaux, Bourgogne, champagne, flute, etc. 40 bottles per layer. • Plastic bottle tray 60 x 80 BORD (mini pallet size) Suited for 75 cl bordeaux and flute bottles. 15 to 16 bottles per layer. • Plastic bottle tray 60 x 80 BURG (mini pallet size) Suited for 75 cl burgundy and champagne bottles. 15 to 16 bottles per layer. Art.no. 025.035.7 025.036.5 025.037.3 100 Description Plastic bottle tray 100 x 120 cm UNI Plastic bottle tray 60 x 80 cm BORD Plastic bottle tray 60 x 80 cm BOURG tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Wine storage Wooden wine rack 54 bottles 025 Wooden wine rack 36 bottles Decorative solid wine rack for 54 bottles. Beautiful finish in pine wood. Partly assembled. W x D x H: 73 x 27 x 120 cm. Decorative solid wine rack for 36 bottles. Beautiful finish in pine wood. Partly assembled. W x D x H: 51 x 27 x 120 cm. 025.026.6 025.025.8 Wooden wine case 12 bottles Modular wooden wine rack 24 bottles Handy stackable wooden box for storing your wine and beer bottles. Beautiful finish in pinewood. With special opening to easily remove bottles. 12 bottles per box. Dim. singular box W x D x H: 37 x 38 x 24 cm. Modular wooden components to build your own trendy wine rack. Blends in with every interior. Approximately 24 bottles per unit. Beautiful finish in pinewood. Fully assembled. Dim. 1 module W x D x H: 48 x 48 x 23 cm. 025.028.2 025.027.4 Metal wine rack Metal wine racks, specially designed for use in wine cellars. Top-quality oven-baked paint finish. Easy to fit flat against a wall. Depth: 24 cm. Art.no. 025.002.7 025.003.5 025.004.3 025.005.0 025.009.2 Capacity 50 bottles 75 bottles 100 bottles 150 bottles 200 bottles WxH 50 x 100 cm 50 x 150 cm 100 x 100 cm 100 x 150 cm 100 x 200 cm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 101 025 Cellar & bar accessoires Wine Server The Wine Server allows perfect, non-drip pouring every time. The surface is designed to prevent dripping and to return any excess wine back into the bottle. A handy accessory for your wine cellar. Champagne Saver 025.058.9 025.098.5 An ingenious combination of pressure saver AND pourer in one! Enjoy your champagne, sparkling wine or beer to the last drop! Top quality and modern design. Fits most 75 cl sparkling wine bottles. Also suitable for beer! An original and useful present. Winesaver Complete set with 1 pump and 2 stoppers. For storing opened wine bottles without oxidation. Gift pack. Art.no. 025.050.6 025.051.4 Description Basic set 2 extra stoppers 025.071.2 Spittoon ‘Le Verre’ sampling glass The real sampling glass, on stand, according to the rules of the ‘Institut National d’Appellation d’Origine’ (INAO). Indispensable for the real connoisseur. 6 glasses per pack. An absolute tasting essential. Thanks to the special lid, odours and wine residue are kept in the bucket. Without the funnel shaped lid it can also serve as a chilling bucket. Elegant design in black Acryl. Content: 3 litres. 025.076.1 Bottle neck cooler Freezer unit for freezing the bottle neck for degorging as in méthode champenoise. Thanks to the built-in electronic thermostat, the glycol solution is chilled to -25 °C. Placing the bottles in the opening upside-down for a short period causes a ‘plug’ to form in the neck, which can easily be removed on opening the bottle. With electronic thermostat and stainless steel frame. Art.no. 025.200.3 025.200.7 025.200.10 025.200.32 025.210.8 102 # bottles Capacity 3 bottles 15 bottles/h 7 bottles 30 bottles/h 10 bottles 45 bottles/h 32 bottles 150 bottles/h Polipropilene glycol 1 l Beerkeg beer cooler A barbecue? A garden party? There’s nothing better than pouring a cold beer you have brewed yourself. This is made very easy thanks to this ‘dry’-cooler in an attractive beer keg design. Simply connect the beer and CO2, insert plug, wait a few minutes... ready! • Cooling capacity: 40 l/hour (at 10 °C. temp. difference). • Dry cooler: no more fussing with an ice water bath! • Complete with draw-off tap WITH compensator, drip tray, beer pipe. 025.241.3 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Cellar & bar accessoires 1 2 025 Rapid Ice bottle coolers These chilling sleeves will chill any bottle within minutes. Very easy to use: just leave your rapid-ice cooler in a freezer and fit it around your bottle when needed. Cools your bottle in just 5 minutes! Stays flexible even when frozen and takes very little space in your freezer. Safe and non-toxic. Available in 3 formats: for beer and wine bottles. Prestige wine/champagne cooler How to chill your wine or champagne quickly and still be able to present it attractively on your table? This VACUVIN PRESTIGE WINE COOLER will make it possible. Easy to use: just place the cooling elements into the freezer compartment for a few hours. The absorbed cold will chill your bottle of wine in a matter of minutes! Modern design, which will look good on any table. An original and useful present. 1 2 Art.no. 025.056.3 025.057.1 Description Champagne cooler SST Wine cooler Art.no. 025.052.2 025.053.0 025.054.8 Description WINE cooler CHAMPAGNE cooler BEER cooler Vinion wine pourer A unique Belgian invention, seen in tv show ‘De Bedenkers’. This patented wine improving pourer with incorporated magnets frees the retained aromas of your drinks: young wines get a better and mild odour and taste. Dry aperitifs and liquors get softer and even slightly sour wines will become less sour. With the Vinion, you can also test the storage potential of your wine. DropStop The ultimate no-drip pouring device. Ingenious and patented system made of special foil: strong and reusable many times. Packed per 2 pieces. An original gift! 025.061.3 025.060.5 Cooling group CHILLY & CHILLY MAX The CHILLY water cooler is a compact and powerful water/glycol cooler, very easy to use and ideal for smaller wine makers en beer brewers. The CHILLY water cooler is equipped with a completely hermitical closed compressor, a water circuit with water tank and centrifugal pump. • Cooling group CHILLY: Only suitable for cooling. Available with cooling capacities from 2.4 till 4.5 kW. • Cooling group CHILLY MAX: Suitable for cooling AND heating. Available with cooling capacities from 6.4 till 10.7 kW. Applications: • Pre-cooling of must or wine for pre-clearing. • Regulation of fermentation temperature. • Regulation of storage temperature of beer. • Cool storage of wine until bottling. Chilly MAX ...and much more. More info on www.brouwland.com * At 15 °C water temperature and 32 °C ambient air temperature. ** Chilly 45: optional cooling to -10 °C available separately. Art.no. 025.261.25 025.261.35 025.261.45 025.261.M50 025.261.M90 Type Chilly 25 Chilly 35 Chilly 45** Chilly MAX 50 Chilly MAX 90 Cooling capacity* 2,4 kW 3,5 kW 4,5 kW 6,4 kW 10,7 kW Chilly tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 103 026 Capsules Thermo capsules Thermo capsules or shrink-capsules shrink nicely around the bottle neck by heat or steam. They are easily placed by using hot water, a paint burner or an electric shrink-wrapper 026.610.6. All our thermo capsules are with a tear-off lip. Ø x L: 30.5 x 50 mm. Aluminium capsules Give a beautiful finishing touch and will protect the cork. Ø x L: 30,5 x 50 mm. Colour Gold Burgundy White Black 100 pieces 026.021.6 026.011.7 026.061.2 026.071.1 Cap grip for shrink caps 1000 pieces 026.022.4 026.012.5 026.062.0 026.072.9 3000 pieces 026.023.2 026.013.3 026.063.8 026.073.7 Colour Transparent Burgundy Gold White Green/gold Black 100 pieces 026.401.0 026.406.9 026.411.9 026.421.8 026.426.7 026.441.6 Sealing wax With this very handy tool you can safely place shrink caps onto bottles in no time. Boil water, place the shrink cap onto the bottle and put the cap grip over the shrink cap. Immerse in the boiling water and the shrink cap will fit perfectly onto the bottle neck in just 3 seconds! The real original sealing wax. Heat up in a bainmarie and immerse the bottles for an instant. Colour: red. Weight: 450 g. Not suitable for champagne caps. 026.601.5 104 Spiral ring Metal ring for placing aluminium capsules on bottles. 026.600.7 Capsuler Small device with rubber ring for putting on aluminium capsules. 2 rings included: 1 for thin, and 1 for thick bottle necks. Ø 24 mm. Available qualities: superb, 1st, 2nd and 3 rd. 10.000 pieces 026.403.6 026.408.5 026.413.5 026.423.4 026.428.3 026.443.2 026.620.5 026.602.3 Natural corks for wine 1000 pieces 026.402.8 026.407.7 026.412.7 026.422.6 026.427.5 026.442.4 Agglomerated corks for wine are made of compressed cork granules. They are harder than normal corks, and therefore their diameter has been reduced to 23 mm. They can only be used with standing corkers. 026.611.4 Electric capsule roller Tabletop model. For all aluminium or laminated capsules (exept champagne capsules). High capacity: up to 600 bottles/h. Synthetic corks for wine Twin-corks for wine Have a natural cork colour, a perfect shape, a very consistent density, and a neutral taste and odour. Have a good and constant quality. These corks consist of compressed cork granules, but are fitted at the top and bottom with a disc of natural cork. 32 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Automatic capsuler Conical aluminium capsules for beer bottles Conical aluminium capsules for champagne bottles For beer bottles 37.5 and 75 cl with crown cork 29 mm. Length: 90 mm. Ø top: 34 mm. Length: 125 mm. Ø top: 35 mm. Capsules for champagne botles Colour 25 pcs. 100 pcs. Gold 026.200.6 026.202.2 Black 026.205.5 026.207.1 1000 pcs. 026.203.0 026.208.9 Shrink-wrapper for thermo caps Manual tabletop model, electric. Very suitable for winemakers or wine sellers who deal with larger quantities of wine. Quickly and simply capsules hundreds of bottles/ hour. Powerful heating element, without thermostat. 700 watt, 240 V. 2700 pcs. 026.204.8 026.209.7 026 Capsules for beer botles Colour 25 pcs. Gold 026.210.5 Silver 026.215.4 Raspberry 026.220.4 Black 026.225.3 White 026.230.3 100 pcs. 026.211.3 026.216.2 026.221.2 026.226.1 026.231.1 1000 pcs. 026.212.1 026.217.0 026.222.0 026.227.9 026.232.9 4200 pcs. 026.213.9 026.218.8 026.223.8 026.228.7 026.233.7 Pneumatic capsuler for champagne capsules Tabletop, pneumatic, specially suited for putting conical capsules onto champagne bottles. Needs an air compressor. Large capacity: up to 500-600 bottles/hour. Dimensions: 300 x 260 x 240 mm. 026.612.2 026.610.6 Automatic champagne capsuler Automatic capsuling unit for conical champagne or beer capsules with capsule setup unit and 2-stage closure unit. Complete with feeder and output belts. Optional automatic capsule distribution with table. Capacity: up to 900 bottles / hour. L x W x H: 1000 x 700 x 2000 mm. Weight: 250 kg. Power: 1 kW, 380 volt. 026.615.900 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 105 027 Labellers Labeler Selenia Label gluer • Electrically driven. • For cylindrical bottles with Ø 65 mm-115 mm. • Automatic labeling once the bottle is placed into the labeler. • Labels are glued. • Capacity: 600-800 bottles/hour. • Dimensions: 35 x 55 x 45 cm. • Power: 220 V, 130 watt. • Weight: 26 kg (with cart (optional): 50 kg). Several options possible. Manual tabletop. For fast and faultless gluing of normal labels or for moistening pregummed labels. 027.715.2 027.700.4 Labeler Quadro • Electrically • Pneumatically driven. • For square bottles. • Place the bottle and press the button. • For self-adhesive labels on roll, max. height: 165 mm. • Capacity: 800-900 bottles/hour. • Dimensions: 35 x 55 x 45 cm. • Power: 220 V, 100 watt. • Weight: 30 kg (with cart (optional): 54 kg). • Needs a compressor. 027.717.8 Labeler Mignon • Electrically driven. • For cylindrical bottles with Ø 20-45 mm. • Automatic labeling once the bottle is placed into the labeler. • For self-adhesive labels, max. height: 90 mm. • Capacity: 800-900 bottles/hour. • Dimensions: 35 x 55 x 45 cm. • Power: 220 V, 150 watt. • Weight: 26 kg. Label glue powder Water soluble. Can be used manually, or with gluing devices. Dosage: 100 g of glue to dissolve in 100-200 ml of very hot water. 027.719.4 Labeler Urania • Electrically driven. • For cylindrical bottles with Ø 60-110 mm. • Automatic labeling once the bottle is placed into the labeler. • For self-adhesive labels on roll. • Capacity: 700-800 bottles/hour. • Dimensions: 35 x 55 x 45 cm. • Power: 220 V, 150 watt. • Weight: 26 kg (with cart (optional): 50 kg). Several options possible. 027.716.0 106 Art.no. 027.805.1 027.810.1 Label glue for Selenia Content: 10 kg. 027.815.0 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Content 100 g 1 kg Automatic labellers 027 Automatic glue labeller ENO 1200 Professional labeller for glueing paper labels on round bottles (back lable not possible). Suitable for breweries, vineyards, fruit juice companies, etc. Complete with run-in belt, run-out belt and collecting table. Can be used with the TA1600 bottle filler. Capacity: 1200 bottles/hour. L x D x H: 180 cm x 90 cm x 160 cm. Weight: 360 kg. 027.740.0 Automatic labelling machine EU1800 Automatic labelling machine for rolls of selfadhesive labels with feeder and output belts. Works for both rectangular and round bottles with labels front and back (alternating on roll). Extension for 2 rolls possible. Capacity: up to 1800 bottles/hour. Dimensions: 1700 x 1200 x 1300 mm. Weight: 200 kg. Power: 1 kw, 380 volt. 027.745.9 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 107 028 Books wine making & viniculture ‘Kitzinger wijnboek’ Simpel yet reliable book for beginning winemakers. Dutch (71 pages) or French (76 pages). 028.001.6 - Kitzinger wijnboek 028.002.4 - Livre de vin de Kitzinger ‘Kitzinger Weinbuch’ The best German book for the hobby wine maker. Very detailed. 238 pages. 028.025.5 - Kitzinger Weinbuch ‘Wijnboek’ ‘Zelf wijn maken’ Marc De Brouwer The Dutch translation (238 pages) of the French (239 pages) book ‘Traite de Vinification’ by Marc De Brouwer. The most complete book for the amateur winemaker! With extra chapters about cider, mead, sparkling wine, grape wine, hazes and diseases in wine, etc. With an extensive index. A4 size. C.J.J. Berry The most popular Dutch book for beginning winemakers. Lots of recipes, classified by harvesting month. 154 pages. 028.006.5 - Zelf wijn maken 028.004.7 - Wijnboek 028.003.2 - Traite de vinification The available languages are mentioned below the text. ‘Logboek voor de wijnmaker’ Write down all your data in this book and never forget a recipe again! Dutch. 028.019.8 - Logboek voor de wijnmaker ‘Zelf wijn maken (druiven)’ ‘Berekend ‘Wijntechnologie en -biochemie’ Jim Law How do you start with your own vineyard? This Dutch book explains the whole process to you. In the first part you can read about the selection of suitable vines for your region and climate and about the maintenance and harvest of your grapes. The second part teaches you how to make your own artisanal wine from your own harvested grapes. With photographs and drawings of various techniques. 175 pages. Ad Coumou This Dutch book will explain to you, with the help of several examples, how to make qualitative and harmonious wine with body, a maximum of aroma and subtle continuous aftertaste. By using the enclosed spreadsheets, the computer will do all the calculating for you and you’ll achieve an optimal result! 141 pages + cd-rom. Prof. Dr. Ir. Rudolf L.M. Pierik Scientifically based Dutch book of reference about wine technology and wine biochemistry. How does malolactic fermentation exactly work? What are the treatments against too much or too little acid? How to stabilise wine? What are the effects of added vitamine C or other additives? All these concepts and techniques are clearly explained. 17 x 24 cm. 170 pages, with colour photographs. wijnmaken’ 028.018.0 - Berekend wijnmaken 028.017.2 - Zelf wijn maken (druiven) 108 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 028.015.6 - Wijntechnologie en -biochemie Books wine making & viniculture ‘Welkom op ons domein’ ‘Faites votre vin’ ‘Faites votre cidre’ J.A. Chandon No-nonsense French booklet explaining simply and clearly the preparation of grape wine, with, amongst other things, the making of red and white wine, the malolactic fermentation, the prevention and correction of mistakes, etc. 48 pages, A5-size. J.A. Chandon No-nonsense French booklet explaining simply and clearly the preparation of cider, with, amongst other things, the choice of apples, crushing and pressing, fermentation, siphoning, further fermentation in the bottle, etc. 40 pages A5-size. 028.104.8 - Faites votre vin 028.103.0 - Faites votre cidre ‘Cultivez votre vigne’ ‘Weinbau heute’ ‘La vinification’ J.A. Chandon No-nonsense French language booklet explaining simply and clearly the cultivation of grapes, pruning methods, soil maintenance, possible diseases, etc. 48 pages A5-size. Ruckenbauer, Traxler The standard work for every professional winemaker. German. 605 pages. Gido Van Imschoot This beautiful Dutch language book provides an overview of the major vineyards in Flanders and Wallonia. ‘Welcome to our domain’ is the result of many hours of interesting conversations. How it began, the first successes and setbacks, spicy anecdotes, the types of grapes and hard work in the vineyard. With beautiful photographs by Andrew Verschetze. 284 pages. 028 ‘Ma façade est vigne’ Marc De Brouwer Are you dreaming of your own vineyard? This French book explains clearly the planting and maintenance of your own vines against walls, on a terrace, etc. 40 pages. With clear drawings and colour photos. 028.013.1 - Ma façade est vigne 028.030.5 - Welkom op ons domein 028.020.6 - Weinbau heute 028.102.2 - Cultivez votre vigne Foulonneau A book for the advanced hobbyist and the professional winegrower. This book describes in a systematic way, the principles of the techniques of wine making. Therefore the author uses the fundamental knowledge without forgetting the human factor (the intervention of the winemaker). This third edition has been updated and a chapter about labelling of the bottles has been added. 200 pages. In French. 028.024.8 - La vinification The available languages are mentioned below the text. ‘Knowing and making wine’ Émile Peynaud Authoritative book by a highly respected and expert French enologist. Offers a complete survey of winemaking techniques and wine appreciation. It treats every aspect of wine science: theoretical and practical. Provides the opportunity to solve problems and guides them to the proper solutions. Available in French (355 pages) and English (391 pages). 028.021.4 - Knowing and making wine 028.022.2 - Connaissance et travail du vin tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 109 028 Books wine making & viniculture ‘Une pomme pour la soif !’ Marc De Brouwer This French booklet describes in a very clear manner how to process apples into a drink; how to extract juice, how to preserve the juice, how to make cider and wine from apples. A book recommended for everyone who wants to make more than apple sauce with their apples. 68 pages. 028.014.9 - Une pomme pour la soif ‘Met’ Karl Stückler Everything about making mead yourself. For professional winemakers as well as hobbyists. 100 pages. In German. 028.029.7 - Met ‘Rhubarbe, comment la transformer’ ‘Juicing & steaming with the Natursaft® steam juicer’ ‘Most und Apfelwein’ 028.210.3 - Ontsappen & stoomkoken 028.215.2 - Extraire des jus & cuire à la vapeur 028.027.1 - Most und Apfelwein ‘Beeren-, Frucht- & Krauterweine’ ‘Obstsäfte: Sirup, Nektar & Gelee’ ‘Groente- en fruitencyclopedie’ 028.026.3 - Beeren-, Frucht- & Krauterweine la soif 028.028.9 - Obstsäfte: Sirup, Nektar & Gelee Marc De Brouwer French book about the processing of rhubarb into wine. How to handle oxalic acid? How and when to use chalk sediment? What is the best steam juicer? These are just some of the questions answered in the book. Supplemented with many recipes for juices, punches, jam, sorbets, soups and cakes. 73 pages, A5 format. Roos Van Hoof Brochure with lots of information, instructions and recipes for an optimal effect using the Natursaft ® steam juicer. 35 pages. Available in English, Dutch, French and German. Karl Stückler German book, specifically about the making of apple wines and apple juices. Very thorough, with special chapters about clearing, enzymes, faults, etc. Suitable for the hobbyist and the professional. With clear instructions, charts and illustrations. 140 pages. 028.012.3 - Rhubarbe, comment la transformer Gabriele Colditz The only German language book on the preparation of fruit and flower wines. With clear explanations and 30 recipes. 115 pages. Georg Innerhofer German classic on making natural fruit wines. Indispensable guide with clear instructions and lots of practical information. 113 pages. Luc Dedeene / Guy De Kinder Not only is this a step by step cultivation guide of all vegetable and fruit crops, it also covers the layout of the garden, the soil, the cultivation order, etc of the crops. With more than 600 photos and drawings. Also clear variety oversights, pollination lists and addresses of specialized suppliers and references to useful websites. 408 pages. Dutch. 028.010.7 - Groenten- en fruitencyclopedie The available languages are mentioned below the text. 110 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Books wine making & viniculture ‘Wijnbouwgids: van wijnrank tot wijn’ Herman Faes This Dutch book, written by Herman Faes, prof. Dr. at the KHLeuven, is a practical guide for everyone that wants to concentrate on winegrowing. What are the most appropriate grape varieties? What kind of activities can you find in the vineyard? How to keep a vineyard healthy? The methods to convert grapes into white and red wines, the chemical processes in the wine, the tasting of wine, etc., all these matters are clearly described in this nice illustrated book. Also included: lots of tips by 15 winegrowers from Hageland. A must have for every wine lover! 124 pages. 028 ‘Cultiver sa treille bio’ Jean-Claude Le Bihan This colourful illustrated book accessibly describes how to grow your own vineyard or how to revive an (old) existing vineyard. It also contains chapters about making your own wine, grape juice and jams (with a wine base). French. 158 pages. 028.032.1 - Cultiver sa treille bio 028.031.3 - Wijnbouwgids: van wijnrank tot wijn The available languages are mentioned below the text. Books on brewing beer Books on making liqueur Books on making cheese 160 170 181 Would you like to start brewing your own beer or want to optimize your beer? Then take a look in our elaborate library. For both amateur and professional brewers. Are you looking for inspiration for making your own liqueur or cocktail, or do you just want to know how making liqueur is done? Then you’ll surely find it with us. Belgian cheeses, Dutch cheeses, French cheeses etc. Find out exactly how to make your own delicious cheese. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 111 HARVEST Ordering in time... Harvest marks the end of the growing season, farmers hurry to bring in the crop in time. The harvest is an important time for Brouwland and our customers and is anxiously awaited. The worries about the quality of the harvest is an important element for everyone who’s involved in processing fruit and brewing. Brouwland doesn’t sell grapes or vines but will do anything to accommodate the professional and hobby winemaker in order to finish his product. For beer brewers we try to get our hands on hops and malts with the best quality/price ratio. The only thing we ask of you: ‘Please order in time’. This makes sure that there are no long waiting periods. Quality/price ratio is important for you and for us! Beer beer n. 1. fermented alcoholic beverage brewed from malt and flavoured with hops 2. small beer something unimportant This is small beer compared with his usual work 050 Beer yeast Brewferm® & Mauribrew™ Why and how to make a yeast starter? For bigger brews or worts with a gravity above 1.050 the use of a yeast starter is recommended. The quantity of the yeast cells is crucial for the quality of the beer. Most brewers use far too little yeast. This can result not only in incomplete fermentation, but also in abnormal taste and a higher chance of infections, which are often the consequence of yeast ‘undermanning’. Hence it is a good idea to make a yeast starter. This isn’t that difficult: dissolve 50 grams of malt extract in 500 ml water and add 5 g of yeast nutrient or nutrivit. Boil for 5 minutes and then pour into a thoroughly cleaned and disinfected container (glass Erlenmeyer flask or similar), close tightly with a wad of cotton wool and allow to cool. When it’s cooled, add the yeast and aerate well (preferably with a sterile air filter and a pump). Keep the container, closed with an airlock, at a temperature of 21 to 26 °C during 12 hours (the yeast will continue to multiply). Your yeast starter is ready for use (or for further multiplication). Add the starter to the wort. If you cannot add it directly, put it in the fridge for the time being. Take the yeast starter out of the fridge a few hours before use so that it can graduately warm to room temperature before being added to the wort. Top yeast Top fermenting yeast that most suitable for amber coloured and dark beers. Fast fermentation with low residual sugar. Formation of fruity esters. Flocculation: medium to high. Final gravity: low. Fermentation temperature: 18-25 °C. Dosage depends on the original gravity: 1.050 = 5 g /10 l. 1.080 = 8 g /10 l. Art.no. 050.035.5 050.036.3 050.037.1 Content 6g 100 g 500 g Beer yeast Mauribrew™ ENGLISH ALE 514 Top fermenting yeast. Temperature range: 17-30 °C. Wort at 10-11 °P ferments easily to 2 °P. Alcohol tolerance up to 9,5 % vol. With very good settling properties even at warmer ambient temperatures 20-30 °C. Dosage: 25-50 g per 1 hl. Art.no. 050.250.0 050.251.8 050.252.6 114 Content 12,5 g 500 g 10 kg Blanche yeast Top-fermenting brewer’s yeast, Saccharmyces cerevisiae, selected for its formation of typical wheat beer aromas. Very suitable for production of witbier, wheat beers, etc. Flocculation: low. Final gravity: low. Fermentation temperature: 18-24 °C. Dosage: 5-8 g/10 l. Art.no. 050.028.0 050.029.8 050.027.2 Content 12 g 100 g 500 g Beer yeast Mauribrew™ LAGER 497 Lager yeast. This strain has low oxygen requirements through fermentation. Forms no yeast head throughout fermentation. Temperature range: 15-30 °C. Very good natural setting properties and results in a green beer of good clarity and compacted yeast deposit. Dosage: 25-50g per 1hl. Art.no. 050.253.4 050.254.2 050.255.9 Content 12,5 g 500 g 10 kg Lager yeast A sturdy lager yeast, delivering a consistent neutral fermentation with little or no sulphur components or other undesirable by-products. Flocculation: high. Final gravity: medium. Fermentation temperature: 10-15 °C. Dosage: 3-6 g/10 l. Art.no. 050.030.6 050.031.4 050.032.2 Content 12 g 100 g 500 g Beer yeast Mauribrew™ WEISS 1433 For wheat beer. Produces large quantities of fermentation aromas (esters, higher alcohols). Temperature range: 15-30 °C. Requires high amounts of nitrogen. Where necessary use nutrients. Has good settling properties at cool temperatures. Dosage: 50-80 g per hl. Art.no. 050.256.7 050.257.5 050.258.3 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Content 12,5 g 500 g 10 kg Beer yeast Fermentis Saflager W-34/70 Famous yeast strain from Weihenstephan in Germany, used world-wide within the brewing industry. Flocculation: high. Final gravity: medium. Fermentation temperature: ideal at 10-14 °C. Dosage: 8-12 g/10 l; to be increased to 20-30 g/10 l when fermenting under 12 °C. Art.no. 050.014.0 050.013.2 Content 11,5 g 500 g Safale S-04 Universal top-fermenting yeast with excellent sedimentation characteristics. Ensures rapid fermentation and low final gravity (1008-1012 SG = 2-3 °Plato). Fermentation temperature: 18-24 °C. Dosage: 5-8 g/10 l. Art.no. 050.005.8 050.006.6 Content 11,5 g 500 g Saflager S-23 The first Saccharomyces Carlbergensis in dried form for genuine Pilsner type beers! Excellent sedimentation characteristics. Also suitable for stronger beers up to 22 °Plato! Produces fruity, high ester Pilsner beers. Fermentation temperature: 10-14 °C. Dosage: 8-12 g/10 l. Art.no. 050.020.7 050.021.5 Saflager S-189 Content 11,5 g 500 g Saccharomyces Carlbergensis from a Swiss brewery. Produces neutral Pilsner type beers. Excellent flocculation characteristics. Moderate final gravity. Fermentation temperature: 10-14 °C. Dosage: 8-12 g/10 l. Content: 500 g. 050.023.1 Safale US-05 The most famous ale yeast strain in America, now available as a ready-topitch dry yeast. Produces well-balanced beers with low diacetyl and a very clean, crisp end palate. Flocculation: low/medium. Final gravity: medium. Fermentation temperature: 15-24 °C. Dosage: 5-8 g/10 l. Art.no. 050.007.4 050.008.2 Safale K-97 050 Safbrew S-33 Top fermenting yeast for ensured fermentation and constant action. Also suitable for fermentation in the bottle. Very popular yeast for all purposes. Robust for a strong aroma. Suitable for special beers, wheat beers, abbey beers, etc. Flocculation: medium. Final gravity: high. Fermentation temperature: 15-24 °C. Dosage: 5-8 g/10 l. For bottle or cask conditioning: 0.25-0.5 g/10 l. Art.no. 050.001.7 050.002.5 Content 11,5 g 500 g Safbrew T-58 Top fermenting yeast that produces more esters and gives a herbal aroma. Good sedimentation properties. Flocculation: high. Final gravity: medium. Fermentation temperature: 18-24 °C. Dosage: 5-8 g/10 l. Content 11,5 g 500 g German top-fermenting yeast with moderate flocculation and moderate final gravity. Gives a compact yeast head at the top. Used, amongst other things, for wheat beers, etc. Fermentation temperature: 18-24 °C. Dosage: 5-8 g/10 l. Content: 500 g. Art.no. 050.003.3 050.004.1 Content 11,5 g 500 g Safbrew WB-06 A speciality yeast selected for wheat beer fermentation. The yeast produces subtle estery and phenol flavour notes typical of wheat beers. Flocculation: low. Final gravity: high. Fermentation temperature: 15- 24 °C. Dosage: 5-8 g/10 l. 050.011.6 Art.no. 050.009.0 050.010.8 Content 11,5 g 500 g tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 115 050 Beer yeast Wyeast Why liquid yeasts? All beer brewers agree on 1 thing: yeast has a significant influence on the final flavour of your beer. The quality of your beer will increase by using liquid beer yeasts. Wyeast is the world’s largest supplier of liquid yeast for home brewers. Specific yeast strains of well-known beers worldwide are carefully selected and cultivated in their modern laboratories and production units. Thanks to the unique ‘Smack-Pack’ packaging every home brewer is able to use a specific yeast culture for his/her beer. Using them is very easy: take the smack pack out of the refrigerator, locate the inside bag with your fingers and ‘smack’ it with your fist so it bursts open. Shake the package thoroughly and let it swell at room temperature. Now you’ll have a ready-made pure and sterile yeast culture. Finally cut the package open and pour the yeast into your cooled wort. WYEAST yeasts are available in 2 packages: SMACK PACK ACTIVATOR and YEAST SLURRIES. Smack Pack Activator Yeast suspension Meant for the larger homebrewer or small microbrewery: sufficient for direct addition up to 20 l of wort. Sterile smackpack. Contains 125 ml, nutritient included. 3.5 times more yeast cells! Long conservation possible: 6-12 months after production date. Refrigerated package For microbreweries. Professional packing with 1 litre of highly concentrated yeast slurry of guaranteed quality. Delivered direct from WYEAST to you by FEDERAL EXPRESS. Conservation: 2 weeks. Contact our wholesale department for information, prices, yearly contracts, etc. Available for ALL types. Activate ALE yeast Ales are typified by a rich, full-bodied profile with a fruity nose and taste. Each strain has unique characteristics, which can be enhanced or minimized depending on formulation and fermentation temperatures. 1007 German Ale True top-cropping yeast, low ester formation, broad temperature range affects styles. Will ferment cold; 13 °C range, producing lager characteristics including sulphur production. Style: dry, crisp characteristics. Fermentation at higher temperatures (21-24 °C) may produce some mild fruitiness. Low flocculating yeast. Beers mature fairly rapidly, even when cold fermentation is used. Flocculation: low. Apparent attenuation: 73-77 %. Fermentation temperature: 13-20 °C. 1010 American Wheat A dry-fermenting, true top-cropping yeast. For a dry, slightly tart, crisp beer. Ideal for beers where a low ester profile is desirable, a good alternative for Alts and Kölsch, along with American Style Hefeweizen. Flocculation: low. 116 Swell Apparent attenuation: 74-78 %. Fermentation temperature: 14-23 °C. 1028 London Ale Rich with a dry finish, bold and crisp, with a hint of fruitiness. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 73-77 %. Fermentation temperature: 15-22 °C. 1056 American Ale Very clean crisp flavour characteristics. Low fruitiness and mild ester production. Slightly citrus like with cool 15-19 ºC fermentation temperatures. Versatile yeast, which produces many beer styles allowing malt and hop character to dominate the beer profile. Flocculation: low to medium. Apparent attenuation : 73-77 %. Fermentation temperature: 15-22 °C. 1084 Irish Ale Beers fermented in the lower temperature range produce dry and crisp beers to fruity beers with nice complexity in the upper range. Ester production is enhanced and rich with fermentation temperatures above 18 ºC. Flocculation is low to moderate with filtration Pour Fermentation typically required. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 71-75 %. Fermentation temperature: 16-22 °C. 1098 British Ale This yeast allows malt and hop character to dominate the profile. It ferments dry and crisp, slightly tart, fruity and well balanced. Beers will finish clean and neutral. Ferments well down to 18 °C. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 73-75 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-22 °C. 1099 Whitbread Ale A mildly malty and slightly fruity fermentation profile; not as tart and dry as 1098 and much more flocculent. Clears well without filtration. Flocculation: high. Apparent attenuation: 68-72 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-24 °C. 1187 Ringwood Ale Great Yeast of European origin with unique fermentation and flavour characteristics. Distinct fruit ester and high flocculation provide a malty complex profile, also clears well. Thorough diacetyl rest is recommended after tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Beer yeast Wyeast fermentation is complete. Flocculation: high. Apparent attenuation: 68-72 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-23 °C. sipates during aging. An important profile in great pilsner beers. 1272 American Ale II Nice malty nose, subtle fruitiness. Rich malt profile on palate. Finishes malty but dry, well balanced, crisp. Hop character comes through in finish. Flocculation: Medium-High. Apparent attenuation: 71-75 %. Fermentation temperature: 9-13 °C. Fruitier and more flocculent than 1056, slightly nutty, soft, clean, slightly tart finish. Flocculation: high. Apparent attenuation: 72-76 %. Fermentation temperature: 15-22 °C. 1275 Thames Valley Ale Produces classic British bitters, rich complex flavour profile, clean, light malt character, low fruitiness, low esters, well balanced. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 77 %. Fermentation temperature: 16-22 °C. 1318 London Ale III 2000 Budvar Lager 2001 Urquell Lager Mild fruit/floral aroma. Very dry and clean on palate with full mouthfeel and nice subtle malt character. Very clean and neutral finish. Flocculation: Medium-High. Apparent attenuation: 72-76 %. Fermentation temperature: 9-13 °C. From a traditional London brewery with great malt and hop profile. True top cropping strain, fruity, very light, soft balanced palate, finishes slightly sweet. Flocculation: high. Apparent attenuation: 71-75 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-23 °C. 2007 Pilsen Lager 1335 British Ale II 2042 Danish Lager Typical British and Canadian ale fermentation profile with good flocculating and malty flavour characteristics, crisp finish, clean, fairly dry. Flocculation: high. Apparent attenuation: 73-76 %. Fermentation temperature: 17-24 °C. 1469 West Yorkshire Ale Produces ales with a full chewy malt flavor and character, but finishes dry, producing famously balanced beers. Expect moderate nutty and stone-fruit esters. Best used for the production of cask-conditioned bitters, ESB and mild ales. Reliably flocculent, producing bright beer without filtration. Flocculation: High Apparent attenuation: 67-71 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-22 °C. 1728 Scottish Ale Ideally suited for Scottish-style ales, and highgravity ales. Flocculation: high. Apparent attenuation: 69-73 %. Fermentation temperature: 13-24 °C. 1968 London ESB Ale This extremely flocculent yeast produces distinctly malty beers and a balanced fruitiness. Alcohol tolerance approximately 9 % ABV. Flocculation: high. Apparent attenuation: 67-71 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-22 °C. 2565 Kölsch True top-cropping yeast similar to Alt strains. Produces slightly more fruity/wine characteristics. Fruitiness increases with temperature increase. Low or no detectable diacetyl production. Also ferments well at cold 13-16 °C range. Used to produce quick conditioning pseudo-lager beers. Poor flocculating yeast requires filtration to produce bright beers or additional settling time. Flocculation: low. Apparent attenuation: 73-77 %. Fermentation temperature: 13-21 °C. LAGER yeast Lager beers are typically lighter and drier than ales with a crisp finish. Lager yeast generally produces significant amounts of sulphur during cooler fermentation, which dis- A classic American pilsner strain, smooth, malty palate. Ferments dry and crisp. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 71-75 %. Fermentation temperature: 9-13 °C. Rich, Dortmund-style, crisp, dry finish. Soft profile accentuates hop characteristics. Flocculation: low. Apparent attenuation: 73-77 %. Fermentation temperature: 8-13 °C. 2112 California Lager Particularly suited for producing 19th-century style West Coast beers. Retains lager characteristics at temperatures up to 18 °C and produces malty, brilliantly clear beers. Flocculation: high. Apparent attenuation: 73-77 %. Fermentation temperature: 8-22 °C. 2124 Bohemian Lager A Carlsberg type yeast and the most widely used lager strain in the world. Produces a distinct malty profile with some ester character with a crisp finish. Well-balanced profile, produces a wide range of lager beers. Benefits from diacetyl rest at 14 °C for 24 hours after fermentation is complete. Fermentations at 24 ºC eliminates sulphur production. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 69-73 %. Fermentation temperature: 9-14 °C. 2206 Bavarian Lager Used by many German breweries to produce rich, full-bodied, malty beers. Good choice for Bocks and Dopplebocks. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 73-77 %. Fermentation temperature: 8-14 °C. 2278 Czech Pils Classic pilsner strain from the home of pilsners for a dry, but malty finish. The perfect choice for pilsners and all malt beers. Sulphur produced during fermentation dissipates with conditioning. Flocculation: medium to high. Apparent attenuation: 70-74 %. Fermentation temperature: 10-14 °C. 2308 Munich Lager A unique strain, capable of producing fine lagers. Very smooth, well rounded and full bodied. Benefits from temperature rise for diacetyl rest at the end of primary fermentation. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 70-74 %. Fermentation temperature: 9-13 °C. 050 3711 French Saison Saison yeast, which strengthens the effect of the herbs and the hop aroma. Excellent for beers with a rich aroma and strong herbal bouquet. Smooth, continuous fermentation with low flocculation. Gives a rich texture. Apparent attenuation: 77-83 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-30 °C. WHEAT BEER yeast A myriad of aromas and flavours come from a great variety of wheat and Belgian beer yeast. Intense fruity esters and aromatics dominate this profile. Characteristics are intensified by higher fermentation temperatures. 3056 Bavarian Wheat Blend Blend of top-fermenting ale and wheat strains producing mildly estery and phenolic wheat beers. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 73-77 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-23 °C. 3068 Weihenstephan Weizen Unique top fermenting yeast with the typical herbal WEIZEN character. Rich with clove, vanille and banana. Fermentation temperatures arround 20 °C for the best result. Flocculation: low. Apparent attenuation : 73-77 %. Fermentation temperature : 18-24 °C. 3333 German Wheat Subtle flavour profile for wheat yeast with unique sharp tart crispness, fruity, sherry-like palate. Flocculation: high. Apparent attenuation: 70-76 %. Fermentation temperature: 17-24 °C. 3638 Bavarian Wheat Top cropping hefeweizen yeast with complex flavour and aroma. Balance of banana and bubble gum esters with litchi and apple/plum esters and cloviness. Flocculation: low. Apparent attenuation: 70-76 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-24 °C. LAMBIC 5112 Brettanomyces Bruxellensis Produces the classic sweaty horse hair character indigenous to beers of the Brussels region: gueuze, lambics. Ferments best in worts with lower pH after primary fermentation has begun. This strain is generally used in conjunction with S. cerevisiae as well as other wild yeast and lactic bacteria. Produces some acidity and may form a pellicle in bottles or casks. Generally requires 3-6 months aging for flavour to fully develop. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: low. Fermentation temperature: 15-24 °C. 5335 Lactobacillus Lactic acid bacteria isolated from a Belgian brewery. This culture produces moderate levels of acidity and is commonly found in many types of beers including gueuze, lambics sour brown ales and Berliner Weisse. Always used in conjunction with S.cerevisiae and often with various wild yeast. Fermentation temperature: 15-35 °C. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 117 050 Beer yeast Wyeast 5733 Pediococcus Lactic acid bacteria used in the production of Belgian style beers where additional acidity is desirable. Often found in gueuze and other Belgian style beer. High acid producer which usually increases overall acid levels in beer as storage time increases. Fermentation temperature: 15-35 °C. BELGIAN SPECIALTIES 1214 Belgian Abbey Abbey-style top-fermenting yeast, suitable for high-gravity beers. Estery, great complexity with very good alcohol tolerance. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 74-78 %. Fermentation temperature: 20-24 °C. 1388 Belgian Strong Ale Classic yeast for style. Robust flavour profile with moderate to high alcohol tolerance. Fruity nose and palate, dry, tart finish. Flocculation: low. Apparent attenuation: 74-78 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-27 °C. 1762 Belgian Abbey II High gravity yeast with distinct warming character from ethanol production. Slightly fruity with dry finish and low ester profile. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 73-77 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-24 °C. 3278 Belgian Lambic Blend Contains a selection of Saccharomyces add non-Saccharomyces which include Belgian style wheat beer yeast, Sherry yeast, two Brettanomyces strains and Lactic Acid Bacteria. Includes organisms which are most important for the desirable flavour components of Bel- Type 1007 German Ale 1010 American Wheat 1028 London Ale 1056 American Ale 1084 Irish Ale 1098 British Ale 1099 Whitbread Ale 1187 Ringwood Ale 1214 Belgian Ale Abbey 1272 All American Ale 1275 Thames Valley 1318 London Ale III 1335 British Ale II 1388 Belgian Strong Ale 1469 West Yorkshire Ale ACTIVATOR 050.148.6 050.174.2 050.146.0 050.187.4 050.150.2 050.157.6 050.171.8 050.160.0 050.140.3 050.177.5 050.180.9 050.162.6 050.161.9 050.151.0 050.199.9 gian Lambics. Flocculation: low to medium. Apparent attenuation: 70-80 %. Fermentation temperature: 17-24 °C. 3463 Forbidden Fruit From an old Belgian brewery for production of ‘witbier’ to classic grand cru. Phenolic profile with subdued fruitiness. Well balanced estery profile. Flocculation: low. Apparent attenuation: 72-76 %. Fermentation temperature: 17-24 °C. 3522 Belgian Ardennes One of many great beer yeast for producing classic Belgian ales. Phenolics develop with increased fermentation temperatures, mild fruitiness and complex spicy character. Flocculation: high. Apparent attenuation: 72-76 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-24 °C. 3724 Belgian Saison Classic farmhouse ale yeast. Spicy and complex aromatics including bubble gum. Very tart and dry on palate with mild fruit. Finishes crisp and mildly acidic. Benefits from elevated fermentation temperatures. Usually slow to attenuate. Flocculation: low. Apparent attenuation: 76-80 %. Fermentation temperature: 21-35 °C. 3763 Roeselare Ale Blend Typical yeast for Flemish ‘old brown’. Contains lambic-cultures that provide the earthy tones and acidity typical of this style. Long ripening (up to 18 months) is necessary to give the beer its full flavour and acidity. This is also true for lambic beers. Apparent attenuation: 80 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-30 °C. Type 1728 Scottish Ale 1762 Belgian Abbey II 1968 London Esb Ale 2000 Budvar Lager 2001 Urquell Lager 2007 Pilsner Lager 2042 Danish Lager 2112 California Lager 2124 Bohemian Lager 2206 Bavarian Lager 2278 Czech Pils 2308 Munich Lager 2565 Kolsch 3056 Bavarian Wheat Blend 3068 Weihenstephan Wheat ACTIVATOR 050.152.7 050.153.5 050.163.4 050.181.7 050.182.5 050.149.4 050.159.2 050.155.1 050.176.7 050.141.1 050.144.4 050.156.9 050.147.8 050.167.5 050.145.2 3787 Trappist High Gravity This strain produces intense esters and phenolic characteristics with complex fruitiness. Doesn’t produce a significant amount of banana or bubble gum esters. Phenol and ester production are influenced by fermentation temperatures. Phenols tend to dissipate as beer matures. Ferment to dryness with good alcohol tolerance approximately 11-12 % ABV. True top cropping yeast with broad temperature range. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 74-78 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-25 °C. 3942 Belgian Wheat Estery, low phenol producing yeast from small Belgian brewery. Apple, bubble gum and plum like aromas with a dry but fruity finish. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 72-76 %. Fermentation temperature: 18-23 °C. 3944 Belgian Witbier A yeast with complex flavour profile. Produces a spicy phenolic character with low ester production. Phenols tend to dominate most flavours and dissipates with age. Ferments fairly dry. Sometimes used in conjunction with lactic acid bacteria to produce a sharper finish. This strain may be a slow starting yeast with true top cropping characteristics. Flocculation is low. Alcohol tolerance approximately 10-11 % ABV. Flocculation: medium. Apparent attenuation: 72-76 %. Fermentation temperature: 16-24 °C. Type 3278 Belgian Lambic Blend 3333 German Wheat 3463 Forbidden Fruit 3522 Belgian Ardennes 3638 Bavarian Wheat 3711 French Saison 3724 Belgian Saison Ale 3763 Roeselare Ale 3787 Trappist High Gravity 3942 Belgian Wheat 3944 Belgian Witbier 5112 Brettanomyces Brux. 5335 Lactobacillus Delbrucki 5733 Pediococcus Wyeast nutrient blend ACTIVATOR 050.143.6 050.166.8 050.173.4 050.168.2 050.170.0 050.194.0 050.189.0 050.172.6 050.154.3 050.178.3 050.142.9 050.072.7 050.175.9 050.179.1 Carefully combined mixture of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, nitrogen components, phosphates and zinc. It increases the viability of yeast cells, promotes healthy yeast growth, reduces yeast’s ‘lag time’ (start time), improves fermentation and provides a higher level of attenuation (resulting in a lower final gravity). Suitable for wine and beer. Dosage: 1 g/10 l wort. 2 g/10 l juice. Dissolve in a small amount of hot water and add to the wort or wine. Art.no. 002.010.7 002.011.5 002.012.3 118 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Beer yeast Wyeast 050 Your personal yeast bank is only a click away : Making the right choice of yeast is critical for every brewer. With our Wyeast suspensions we do offer over 50 high quality fresh yeasts with different characteristics, giving smaller breweries the possibility to make distinctive beers with complex flavour profiles. Every Wyeast production is thoroughly tested and guaranteed for purity and viability (>99 %) before shipment. • • • • • • High quality fresh yeasts, cultivated on order, grown in a sterile malt based nutrient enriched medium. Shipped directly from the laboratory to your brewery in insulated boxes with ice-packs for optimal temperature. More than 50 different yeast strains available to differentiate your beer from the competition. Usable for both direct pitching and propagation. Can be harvested and re-pitched 6-8 times, making the use of suspension a lot more profitable. Stability : Best used when fresh, use within 7 days of receipt. Store at 1-2 °C. Typical analysis: - Viable cells at packaging: 1.2 x 109 cells/ml. - Total bacteria: <1.0 cfu/ml. - Wild yeast & mold: <1.0 cfu/ml. Recommended direct pitch rates: • Ales and wheats with gravities < 16 °P: ½ litre per hl. • Lagers: 1 litre per hl. • Ales and wheats with gravities > 16 °P: 1 litre per hl. • Any beer wort with gravities > 20 °P: 1½ litre per hl. Recommended Propagation procedure: A basic rule to follow in determining a propagation schedule is not to exceed a 10 fold increase in volume. Timing for stepping up the yeast depends on reaching peak cell density at each step. This depends on temperature and the initial pitch rate. Always confirm a 50-75% gravity drop prior to increasing the volume. Perform all propagations at 20 °C. The fermentation temperature should be adjusted on the last step only. When performing a typical 1-Step-10-Fold propagation, peak cell density should be achieved in approximately 48 hours. Pitch rates: The following are typical pitch rates for a 1-Step-10-Fold propagation: • Ales: 1 litre per hl. • Wheats: 1 litre hl. • Lagers: 2 litres hl. • High Gravity: 2 litres per hl. Example: A 20 Hl brewery wants to propagate yeast for a 1.060 gravity beer. 1. Order 2 litres of yeast and inoculate 2 hl of well oxygenated wort at 20 °C. 2. Allow to ferment for 48 hours or until 50-75 % gravity drop. 3. Add 18Hl of wort on top of it. The initial cell count in this example would be around 10-12 million cells per ml. If the yeast is allowed to ferment for 48 hours, the cell count would increase enough to supply 5-6 million cells per milliliter when increased to a total of 20 hl. More information: www.brouwland.com. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 119 Malt Brewferm® & Weyermann® 051 BROUWLAND has a total of 48 kinds of malt in its range! All barley malts are made from the finest 2-row barley and are expertly malted according to fixed quality standards. Besides Belgian BREWFERM ® malts, we also have German Weyermann ® malts available. Crushed malt is not available because of the great loss of aroma in a short period and danger of infections. Store malt in a cool, dry place. Ask for our special brewery prices for orders of 500 kg and more. www.brewferm.com Brewing with the BREWFERM® malt kits in only 10 steps: 1. Crushing the malt with a malt mill Making flour is not the intention of crushing malt. One simply tries to break the grains, keeping the husks intact. Later they will serve as a filter bed. While crushing, fill the kettle with water and then add the crushed malt. 2. Mashing Malt contains starch, the process of converting starch to sugar is called mashing. During mashing we basically heat up the grains and allow the enzymes, already present in the grains, to covert the starch into sugar. Keep stirring the mixture during mashing. 3. Filtering and rinsing Now that the starch is converted to sugar we just have to dissolve the sugar into water and separate it from the remainder of the grains. Pour the mixture into a lauter ton, add hot water (78 °C) and literally spurge the sugar out of the grains. Make sure to take your time so that the sugars are thoroughly dissolved into the water. The remaining sugar solution we’ve now obtained is called wort. 4. Boiling Boil the wort to make it sterile. Add hops and spices so that they can release their aroma and flavours into the beer. Afterwards turn off the fire. Soon a ‘cloud’ will appear in the wort, these are precipitating proteins. 5. Cooling the wort When making beer out of wort we need to add yeast to ferment it. Yeast only works at room temperature so we have to cool down the wort. To avoid infecting the wort with bacteria we need to do this as quickly as possible. A wort chiller will cool down the wort quickly to 25 °C. You can now measure the initial density. 6. Making a yeast starter Depending on the type of beer a different type of yeast is needed. When dry yeast is used, you first need to mak a yeast starter before use. To do this boil a sugar solution and cool it down to 25 °C, then add the yeast and stir until all the yeast is disolved. Put everything in a closed container and keep at room temperature. Fermentation will start after a few hours. 7. Adding yeast Add the yeast to the wort that is already in the fermentation tank. Stir firmly and close the tank. Place an air lock. Normally fermentation will start within a few hours. 8. Fermentation check Keep an eye on the fermentation process. Measure the density again when it slows down. If the density is between 1.020 and 1.025 siphon the beer and leave the trub. Let the beer ferment for another 10 days and measure the density again. When the expected final density is reached, bottling can begin. 9. Bottling First clean the bottles and caps. Siphon the beer into a clean tank, leaving the trub in the fermentation tank. Add some sugar to prime the beer. Fill the bottles and close them immediately. Keep the bottles in a warm place for about a week before putting them in a cool place for ripening. 10. Tasting This is the most important part: tasting! Don’t forget to take notes so you can make the same beer another time. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 121 051 Brewferm® & Weyermann® malts BASE MALTS These barley malts with an EBC up to 50 are being used as base malt up to 100 %. Pils Also called lager in England. Used as base malt for all pils-type beers. Amber In the drying process, this malt is slowly heated to 140 °C, delivering an aroma rich malt. Gives a typical malt flavour to the beer. Aroma loss is possible during long storage. Use up to 30 %. Pale Belgian malt. Slightly darker than Pils and often used in ale-type beers. Munich Base malt for amber-coloured beers. Gives a malty flavour and aroma to the beer. Type Pils Pale Munich Amber EBC 3 7 15 50 1 kg 051.002.4 051.011.5 051.040.4 051.035.4 5 kg 051.003.2 051.012.3 051.041.2 051.036.2 25 kg 051.005.7 051.014.9 051.043.8 051.038.8 Floor-malted Bohemian Pilsner Malt Traditional, authentic floor malt produced in Czech Republic according to highest Weyermann ® quality standards. Use up to 100 %. BIO Pale Ale Extra Pale Premium Pilsner Perfect foundation grist for all extra pale lagers. Excellent modification and favorable protein and glucan levels. Excellent lautering properties. Provides finished beer with substantial body and mouth feel, as well as good foam development and head retention. Very flexible grain with high extract efficiency for reliable lager-making in any brew house, including pub ale systems. Yields optimum results for any process ¾ from single-step to multi-step infusion, to decoction. Use up to 100 %. BIO Pilsner Suitable for Pilsner, Lager and Ales. Use up to 100 %. Suitable for Lager and Ales. Use up to 100 %. Vienna A little bit darker than the pils malt and usualy used for Ale-type beers. BIO Vienna Full bodied, golden coloured, smooth tasting beers. Use up to 100 %. BIO Munich type 1 Enhances the body and aroma of dark beers. Use up to 100 %. Bohemian Pilsner Processed specifically for “Bohemian” characteristics to impart a full body, golden-blond colour, and complex maltiness to the finished brew. Use up to 100 %. Type Extra Pale Premium Pilsner BIO Pilsner Bohemian Pilsner Floor-malted Bohemian Pilsner BIO Pale Ale Vienna BIO Vienna BIO Munich type 1 BIO Munich type 2 122 EBC 2-3 2,5-4 3-4 3-4 5,5-7,5 7 7-9 12-17 20-25 BIO Munich type 2 Enhances the body and aroma of dark beers. Use up to 100 %. 1 kg 051.249.1 051.194.9 051.197.2 051.105.5 - 5 kg 051.250.9 051.195.6 051.198.0 051.106.3 - tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 25 kg 051.251.7 051.254.1 051.196.4 051.199.8 051.257.4 051.107.1 051.260.8 051.263.2 051.266.5 Brewferm® & Weyermann® malts WHEAT MALTS 051 Base malt for all wheat beers. Light wheat is also used in smaller quantities to obtain a ‘bread’ touch. Light wheat 3 EBC Base malt for all wheat beers but also used in smaller quantities to obtain a ‘bread’ touch. Gives a more herbal aroma to your beer and aids in head retention. Can be used up to 50 %. Type Light wheat Roasted wheat EBC 3 900 BIO Wheat malt Typical top-fermented aroma. A slimmer, more sprightly beer. Produces superb wheat beers with typical aromas. Use up to 80 %. Oak smoked wheat Produced from German-grown top quality spring wheat. Gives the finest oak smoke aroma and taste. Use up to 80 %. Roasted wheat 900 EBC Dark roasted wheat malt which gives many flavours and colours to your beer. Use up to 6 %. 1 kg 051.125.3 051.240.9 5 kg 051.126.1 051.241.7 25 kg 051.127.9 051.242.5 Dark wheat 15 EBC Base malt for darker wheat beers. Gives a more herbal aroma to the beer and aids in head retention. Can be used up to 50 %. Type BIO wheat Oak smoked wheat Dark wheat EBC 3-4,5 4-8 15 1 kg 051.243.4 051.130.3 5 kg 051.244.2 051.131.1 25 kg 051.269.9 051.245.9 051.132.9 The malting process Barley is the basic ingredient in the production of beer. Several varieties of this grain type where especially developed for beer production. However, barley cannot be used directly, it first needs to be converted into malt before it can be used to produce beer. Malting consists of 3 steps: 1) Soaking the barley 2) Germinating the barley 3) Drying, also called kilning Barley is first soaked in water so it can start to germinate thanks to the humidity. This process can take several days and humidity and temperature need to be carefully controlled. During the germination there are several substances formed inside the barley grain, these are called enzymes. These enzymes are capable of, under certain conditions, to convert the starch in the barley grain into sugar. This sugar can be converted into alcohol during fermentation. After the germination, the barley is dried. Drying takes place by heating the grains to certain high or lower temperatures according the desired result. Barley can simply be dried or slightly burned. After this process the malt varies in colour from yellow to brown and all shades in between. Depending on the preferred type of beer the brewer wants to make a blond or brown beer, he’ll have to choose the one or the other malt type. Hobby brewers don’t have to worry about malts. Most recipes and procedures use malt extracts made by malt houses and sold in strongly concentrated syrups packed in tin cans. Other, more complicated recipes are based on malt, not on extract. It is however preferable to start brewing with a malt extract kit. This text is extracted from the book ‘Bierbrouwen doe je zelf’ by Jean-François Simard. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 123 051 Brewferm® & Weyermann® malts ROASTED MALTS These dark-coloured malts are used in dark beers such as stout, dark abbey beers, etc. They give, depending on the used amounts, a nutty to roasted flavour to your beer. Chocolate Used sparingly (max. 5 %) in brown ale, porter, dark abbey beers, etc. Type Chocolate Black EBC 900 1400 250 g 051.025.5 051.030.5 Black Even darker than chocolate malt 900 EBC. Used sparingly (max. 5 %) in brown ale, porters, dark abbey beers, etc. 1 kg 051.026.3 051.031.3 5 kg 051.027.1 051.032.1 Carafa ® Special type 1 Chocolate Rye Malt BIO Carafa ® Carafa ® Special type 3 Used sparingly (max 5 %) in brown ales, porters, dark abbey beers, etc. Made of bran-free barley giving a softer taste with less bitterness. Gives dark beers more aroma and colour. This unique de-husked roasted barley malt adds aroma, color and body, with a milder, smoother flavour than achieved with whole grains. Use up to 1-5 %. Type Carafa® special type 1 Chocolate rye malt BIO Carafa® Carafa® special type 3 EBC 800-1000 800 1000-1200 1300-1500 250 g 051.214.5 051.219.4 25 kg 051.029.7 051.034.7 Carefully and evenly roasted rye malt. Enhances deep opacity, aroma, and creaminess of dark ales. Use up to 1-5 %. Even darker than chocolate malt, 900 EBC. Used sparingly (max. 5 %) in brown ale, porters, dark abbey beers, etc. Made of branfree barley, this gives a softer flavour with less bitterness. 1 kg 051.215.2 051.182.4 051.220.2 Diastatic activity 5 kg 051.216.0 051.183.2 051.221.0 25 kg 051.217.8 051.184.0 051.284.8 015.222.8 This indicates the possibility of the malt to convert starch to fermentable and non-fermentable sugars on an enzymatic base. Malt with a high diastatic power are produced from selected 2-row barley varieties with a nitrogen level of 1.75-2.10 % (10.9-13 % proteins). The varieties are slected based on their inherent, high diastatic power during malting. The barley is soaked to a moisture content of 46-48 % is reached and then germinated during 6 days at an air temperature of 14-16 °C. Kilning is done at low temperatures with an initial air temperature of 45 °C rising up to 55 °C at the end of the cycle. These low temperatures make sure that the enzymes α-amylase and the β-amylase, that are formed during the first stage of the malting process, won’t be broken down. The produced malt is suitable for the production of grain whisky or malt extracts. Usually during grain distillation, a 10 % of malt is mixed with pre-boiled wheat or corn and the malt is used to break down the starch matrix of unmalted additives to produce a fermentable wort. 124 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 051 Brewferm® & Weyermann® malts CARAMEL MALTS As the word describes: these are caramelised malts often used to increase the mouth feel and body of the beer and to improve the head. Special B Cara-crystal Also called ‘crystal malt’ in England. Use 1 to 5 % for blonde beers and up to 10 % for darker beers. Gives a fuller, round and caramel sweet flavour. Aroma The darkest of all base malts. Delivers a strong malt aroma to strong amber coloured or darker beers. Use up to 20 %. One of the darkest caramel malts available. Gives a fuller malty aroma, a dark red to dark colour and a caramel/raisin flavour. Use 5 % for a slight touch or up to 15 % for darker brown-black beers. Used in stout, porter, Belgian abbey beers, etc. Type Cara-crystal Aroma Special B EBC 120 150 350 1 kg 051.021.4 051.045.3 051.050.3 5 kg 051.022.2 051.046.1 051.051.1 25 kg 051.024.8 051.048.7 051.053.7 CaraRed ® Used in brown ales, Flemish brown, bocbeers, etc. 10-25 %. Gives a higher malty aroma and a red colour. BIO CaraRed ® CaraPils® Often used for lighter beers for an improved head, increased body and softer flavour. Normal usage 5-10 %, but can be increased up to 40 %. BIO CaraPils® Improves the foam and head retention. Gives a fuller body. Use up to 5-10 % for Pilsner beers, 40 % for lighter beers. CaraHell Gives a fuller body and an improved malt aroma. Ads a deep, saturated red colour. Use up to 25 %. CaraAmber ® Used in wheat beers, pale ales, bockbeers, etc. 10-20 %. Gives a higher flavour stability, a dark red colour and an increase in body. CaraMunich ® type 2 ® Used in ales, hefe-weizen, maibock, blond abbey beers,… 10-15 %. Gives a fuller aroma, softer flavour and deeper colour. BIO CaraHell ® Golden-brown, slightly aromatic kernels. Contributes amber to reddish-coppery colour to finished beer. Adds mouth feel as well as a medium malt accent to brew. Use up to 5-10 % for dark beers, 1-5 % for lighter beers and pale ale. Gives a round and fuller flavour and a deep saturated colour. Improves the aroma and has a good effect on beer foam. Use up to 10-15 % for ales and 30 % for lighter beers, alcohol low beers and alcohol free beers. BIO CaraMunich ® type 2 CaraBelge® CaraAroma ® Golden-brown, slightly aromatic kernels. Provides finished beer with a full, rounded aroma, depth of colour, and firm, creamy head. Use up to 30 %. Type CaraPils ® BIO CaraPils ® CaraHell ® BIO CaraHell ® CaraBelge ® CaraRed ® EBC 3-5 3-5 20-30 20-30 30-40 40-50 1 kg 051.110.5 051.115.4 051.191.5 051.200.4 5 kg 051.111.3 051.116.2 051.192.3 051.201.2 25 kg 051.112.1 051.272.3 051.117.0 051.275.6 051.193.1 051.202.2 Results in a fuller beer with rounded taste and deep saturated colour. Increases the malt aroma. Use up to 5-10 % for darker beers, 1-5 % for lighter beers and pale ale. Gentle, malty caramel flavours. Enhances mouth feel. Adds deep red colour. Promotes flavour stability. Use up to 15 %. Type EBC 40-50 BIO CaraRed® 60-80 CaraAmber® CaraMunich® 110-130 type 2 BIO Caramunich® 110-130 type 2 ® 350-450 CaraAroma 1 kg 051.210.3 5 kg 051.211.1 25 kg 051.278.0 051.212.9 051.185.7 051.186.5 051.187.3 - - 051.281.4 051.188.1 051.189.9 051.190.7 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 125 051 Brewferm® & Weyermann® malts SPECIAL MALTS Whisky The real whisky malt as used by Scottish whisky distilleries. Lightly peated to deliver the characte-ristic aroma of peat. Ideal for making whisky beer or whisky wort. Biscuit The real Belgian BISCUIT malt. This very lightroasted malt with only 50 EBC of colour, gives a biscuit/bread aroma to your beer. Use 5-15 %. Roasted barley Indispensable for a real Irish style stout. Type Biscuit Geroosterde gerst Whisky EBC 50 1 kg 051.095.8 5 kg 051.096.6 25 kg 051.098.2 1000 051.100.6 051.101.4 051.103.0 - 051.235.9 051.236.7 051.237.5 Abbey Malt ® High degree of modification of both proteins and starches. Excellent friability. Low β-glucan values. Highly acidic. Highly maltaromatic. Adds deep-amber to red-brown colour, maltiness, body, and mouth feel to finished beer. Promotes flavour stability. Use up to 50 %. Sauermalz - acidulated malt Lowers the pH of mash, wort and beer. Contains 1-2 % lactic acid. Enhances enzymatic activity in mash and improves extract efficiency. Lightens colour in pale brews. Enhances stability and extends shelf life of finished beer. Promotes well-rounded, complex beer flavour. Use up to 1-5 % (10 % for acidic beer styles). Melanoidin This malt gives your beer a richer taste and aroma. The malt aromas are especially pronounced. It is comparable with the Munich Malt but stronger. You can also use this malt to give your beer a deep red colour. Used in red and Scottish ales with a max. use of 20 %. Rauchmalz - smoked malt The one and only ‘Rauchmalz’. Made by smoking the grains over beech wood. Gives a genuine smoke aroma to your beer. 5 to 10 % gives a light touch, can be used up to 50 % for Smokey Joes. Spelt Malted spelt. Resembles wheat and produces fresh tasting beers with a somewhat herbal aroma. Increases the mouth feel. Traditionally used in Saison beers. Use up to 30 %. Rye malt 6 EBC Gives a typical rye aroma to your beer. Can even be used as a base malt! Type Acidulated malt Smoked malt Rye malt Abbey Malt® Melanoidin Spelt BIO Spelt 126 EBC 3-7 4-8 6 40-50 70 - BIO Spelt Organically grown and malted spelt. Use up to 30 %. 1 kg 051.135.2 051.140.2 051.225.1 051.246.7 051.145.1 051.230.0 - 5 kg 051.136.0 051.141.0 051.226.9 051.247.5 051.146.9 051.231.8 - tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 25 kg 051.137.8 051.142.8 051.227.7 051.248.3 051.147.7 051.232.6 051.287.2 Brewferm® flakes Flaked barley Oat flakes Increases body and improves the head. Gives the beer a spicy cereal taste. Increases body and improves the head. Used in several white beers. Wheat flakes Often used in white beers, lambic, grand cru, etc. Gives a fuller flavour and increases the head. Can be used up to 20-40 % without significant problems. At higher percentages filtering/lautering the grain bed becomes very difficult and extra husks may need to be added to prevent the filter bed from clogging up. Flaked maize Gives a lighter colour than pilsner malt and results in drier beers in which the hop character is better expressed. Can be used up to 40 % for brewing light beers. * = 20 kg Type Flaked barley Flaked maize Oat flakes Wheat flakes Rice flakes 051 1 kg 051.151.9 051.156.8 051.161.8 051.166.7 051.176.6 5 kg 051.152.7 051.157.6 051.162.6 051.167.5 051.177.4 25 kg 051.153.5 *051.158.4 051.163.4 051.168.3 051.178.2 Rice flakes Rice flakes contain less protein. Adding them results in a drier beer in which the hop character is better expressed. Used in Sapporo, Budweiser and Heineken type beers. Germinating malt, how is it done? Floor malt: The soaked grains are spread out in a 26 to 75 cm high layer, over a porous floor in a ± 3 m high room. By germinating these soaked grains at a maximum temperature of 17 °C, a typical enzymatic activity occurs. Twice a day, the malt is turned over with a must scoop under constant ventilation. This process takes about 7-10 days. The environmental conditions as well as the treatment conditions during floor malting are very different from current, modern malting techniques. The result is a slightly lesser modified malt with a unique and complex flavour. Drum malt Soaked grains are germinated in a rotating drum at 17 °C. This gives a much more constant result and produces more modified malts. However, due to the high production costs, this method is rarely used. Box malt method: The grains are placed in large boxes (large, 1 m high, stainless steel containers with a surface of (sometimes) 400 m2). The malt is given the same treatment as floor malt but is turned over completely mechanically. The environmental conditions are also entirely controlled resulting in a better modification of the malt than with floor malting. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 127 051 Malt crushers Malt mill Maltmill * Art.no. 110.035.3 110.036.1 Description Non adjustable With adjustable roller on 2 sides* Still THE standard in hobbyist malt mills. With 2 big rollers (Ø 25 cm x 3,75 cm) with a special coarse structure for optimum grip on the grain. Large capacity: up to 120 kg/h. With selflubricating bronze bearings. Can easily be motorised with an electric drill (not for extensive use and use on slow speed) or motor. Lifetime factory warranty for hobbyist use. The non-adjustable model provides very good screening. For optimum flexibility go for the adjustable model with 2-way adjustable rollers. Electric malt mills 110.030.4 Professional 2-roll maltmills for microbreweries. These mills will give you a quality crush. They can mill moistened grain for increased performance and lesser dust. Special rollers in hardened steel, belt driven with ball bearings. Heavy electric motor in 380 V three phase (other tensions on request). The distance between the rollers can easily be adjusted in parallel. Cast iron malt mill Affordable grain crusher in tinned cast iron. Very suitable for crushing malt for beer brewing, but can also be used for crushing maize, grains, seeds... Large hopper for approx. 1 kg. Large capacity: up to 30 kg/h. Adjustable fineness. Art.no. 110.040.3-2 110.041.1 110.042.9 110.043.7 110.044.5 Marga flake mill 110.025.4 For beer brewers, bread makers and muesli fans! Create your own flakes from rice, barley, wheat, oats, etc. Made of solid materials with hard rollers. Also grinds small quantities of malt. 128 Cap. / hour 200 kg 500 kg 1000 kg 1400 kg 4000 kg Motor 1,5 kw / 380 V 2,2 kw / 380 V 4,0 kw / 380 V 5,5 kw / 380 V 15 kw / 380 V Dimensions 42 x 62 x 40 cm 61 x 90 x 60 cm 76 x 10.1 x 66 cm 76 x 10.1 x 66 cm 82 x 10.5 x 81 cm Accessories for electric malt mills Art.no. 110.049.T 110.049.V2 110.049.V3 110.049.V4 110.049.Z Accessory Funnel 50 kg Stand 72 cm Stand 72 cm Stand 72 cm Bag holder + clamp tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com For malt mill 110.040.3-2 110.040.3-2 + 110.049.Z 110.042.9 110.044.5 110.040.3 - 110.040.3-2 Malt extracts Brewferm® 051 What is malt extract ? Malt extract is, as the word suggests, an extract of malt. The mashing has already been done for you. If you brew beer with malt extract, you no longer have to do the mashing yourself - simply boil the wort. This is a way of brewing employed by many homebrewers in America (the so-called mini mash method). However, you do have to take into account that 1 kilo of barley malt does not contain as much sugar as 1 kilo malt extract. Malt extract powder is hygroscopic (attracts moisture) so it needs to be kept in a cool and, above all, dry place. Packs that have been opened should be resealed with as little air as possible in the pack. Malt extract is also widely used to make a yeast starter: dissolve 100 g malt extract powder in 800 ml water. Boil for 5 minutes, then allow to cool to 20-25 °C, pour into a sterile erlenmeyer flask/bottle with airlock and add the yeast. • 1 kg malt extract powder = 1.60 kg malt! • 1 kg barley malt = 0.62 kg malt extract powder. • 1 kg liquid malt extract = 0.80 kg malt extract powder. • 1 kg liquid malt extract = 1.30 kg malt. Spraymalt Liquid malt extract Of the highest quality! The indicative EBC colour value is given in parentheses. Type Light (8) 500 g 1 kg 5 kg 052.019.7 052.020.5 052.021.3 25 kg 052.022.1 Amber (18) 052.024.7 052.025.4 052.026.2 052.028.8 Dark (57) 052.030.4 052.031.2 052.032.0 052.033.8 Black (95) 052.034.6 052.035.3 052.036.1 052.037.9 Wheat (8) 052.039.5 052.040.3 052.041.1 052.042.9 Type Light Medium Dark Wheat EBC 10 18 55 8 1,5 kg 052.050.2 052.051.0 052.052.8 052.053.6 MX malt extract packs Ready-for-use BREWFERM ® packs for brewing your own beer at home with malt extract powder. If you find brewing from malt/grains too difficult, or don’t have enough time for it, these packs are a good solution. The actual mashing process is no longer needed. Your work consists of boiling the wort, leaving it to cool and fermenting the beer. Every pack, carefully made up by our master brewer, is enough to brew 10 litres of beer. The MX starter kit contains all materials for brewing your beer with these malt extract packs. Go to page 141. Furioso Gregorius Palido Dorado Ambrosius 052.060.1 052.061.9 052.062.7 052.063.5 052.064.3 Dark-blonde fullflavoured tripel with a fruity touch and a slightly bitter aftertaste. Alcohol: 7.2 vol. %. Bitterness: 27 EBU. Colour: 23 EBC. Original gravity: 1072. Deep reddish, very mild beer with a slightly sweet taste and low bitterness. Alcohol: 5.6 vol. %. Bitterness: 22 EBU. Colour: 66 EBC. Original gravity: 1054. Fresh and spicy, thirstquenching wheat beer with a somewhat higher alcohol content. Alcohol: 5.8 vol. %. Bitterness: 17 EBU. Colour: 13 EBC. Original gravity: 1057. A blond beer with a slightly fruity aroma thanks to the high fermentation and a soft bitterness due to the use of the noble Hersbrucker hop. Alcohol: 5 vol. %. Bitterness: 30 EBU. Colour: 10 EBC. Original gravity: 1050. Amber coloured, lighty sweet and slightly hopped beer. Well balanced, put together out of 3 malt extracts and a hallertau hop variety. Alcohol: 5 vol. %. Bitterness: 27 EBU. Colour: 27 EBC. Original gravity: 1050. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 129 053 Hop cones & pellets Are you looking for a wide selection of hops and/or hop derivatives? Not only can you choose from 17 different kinds of hop, Brouwland also provides innovative hop aroma tablets, unique liquid BREWFERM ® hop aromas and much more. All our hops are packed in special vacuum packages for optimal storage life and are kept in a cooling room at 5 °C. Availability and alpha-acidity highly depend on the harvest. The alpha-acidity is mentioned on every package. AMARILLO (US) A fairly new American variety. Can be used as a bitter hop or an aroma hop. With a very strong aroma and a citrusy, flowery touch. Mainly used in ales and IPA’s. Ideal for dry hopping. Alpha acidity: 8,0-11,0 %. BREWERS GOLD (B, D) Universal bitter hop. Gives a well balanced bitterness and is ideal in combination with a late aroma hop addition in lagers. Adds a fruity spicy character to ales. Alpha acidity: 5,5-6,5 %. CASCADE (US) America’s most popular aroma hop. This variety is often used in strongly hopped ales and has a specific flowery citrus to grapefruit character. Crossbreed of Fuggles and the Russian hop variety Serebrianka. Alpha acidity: 4,5-7,0 %. CHALLENGER (UK) Due to its considerable amounts of alphaacid, it is most suitable as bittering hop. As main hop addition, it ensures a fresh, full-bodied rounded bitterness, and is a good base for a later hop addition. As late hop addition, it will add a pleasant fruity bitterness to the beer. Alpha acidity: 6,5-8,5 % EAST KENT GOLDINGS (UK) This hop has a very fine aroma and is appropriately called the king of the English hops. There is simply no better hop for an original IPA or a traditional English Bitter. Often used for late hopping, but also suitable as bittering hop due to the higher alpha-acid content. There are many varieties of Goldings with the best flavour historically coming from East Kent. Alpha acidity: 4,0-6,0 %. FUGGLES (UK) English aroma hop with a mild and spicy character, often used in ales and stouts. Very suitable for dry-hopped IPA and Bitter. This robust hop contributes all the essential characteristics of flavour, aroma and balanced bitterness to ales. Comparable to the Slovenian Styrian Goldings. Alpha acidity: 4,0-6,5 %. 130 HALLERTAU HERSBRUCKER (D) Germany’s most popular aroma hop with a fantastic, spicy aroma. Cultivated in Europe’s largest hop acreage between Munich and Nurnberg. This hop variety with its delicate subtlety is the forefather of many varieties in the USA. Good tolerance to diseases. Alpha acidity: 3,0-5,5 %. SPALT SELECT (D) German aroma hop in the classic style with a slightly fruity character, comparable to Tettnanger or Saaz. A good alternative for the French Spalt. Alpha acidity: 4,0-6,0 %. STYRIAN GOLDINGS (SL) Germany’s most noble hop variety with a very fine aroma and a light spiciness. This type of hop is often used for beer types which demand a specific delicacy (mostly pils and lager beers). Alpha acidity: 3,5-5,5 %. Used for bittering in Belgian Ales and for aroma in English Ales. A nice hop with a grassy, flowery character. Although comparable to Fuggles, it does have its own distinctive characteristics. The hoppy character works very well in the less malty flavoured golden coloured ales. Alpha acidity: 3,0-6,0 %. HALLERTAU PERLE (D) TARGET (UK) HALLERTAU MITTELFRÜH (D) Dual purpose hop. Because of its long storage life, one of the more popular hops used in home brewing. Can be used both for bittering and aroma, where it gives a slightly spicy touch. Popular due to the combination of considerable alpha acid content with good aroma. Alpha acidity: 7,0-9,5 %. MAGNUM (D) Bittering hop with an nice aroma and a fruity character. Crossbreed of American Galena and a male German variety. Big and heavy cones giving high alpha values. Alpha acidity: 10,0-15,0 %. NORTHERN BREWER (D) Universal hop, particularly used as bittering hop. Often used in dark beers, as well as in Altbier and Kölsch. The cones have a slightly browner colour than usual. It is one of the main varieties in the Hallertau region, where it developed good aroma qualities in the sunny climate. Alpha acidity: 8,0-10,0 %. Excellent high alpha hop variety with high bitter value at a competitive price. Dual purpose English hop. Alpha acidity: 9,5-12,5 %. TETTNANGER (D) Very noble German aroma hop, often used for lagers. Has a mild, spicy aroma and a fine, delicate taste. There are only a few hop fields and the price of the limited crop can be high. Alpha acidity: 3,5-6,0 %. WILLAMETTE (US) A mild and a pleasant aroma hop. Mildspicy character with a flowery aroma. Developed as an American response to British hop varieties. Similar to Fuggles. At this moment the most grown variety in the United States. Named after the Willamette valey in Oregon. Alpha acidity: 3,5–6,0 %. SAAZ (CZ) Typical aroma hop from the Czech Republic. As the undisputed king of the Pilsner hop, Saaz is the only hop variety that is used in the world’s original Pilsner lager, Pilsner Urquell. It has a mild spicy taste and a subtle aroma. Pure and delicate bittering quality. Alpha acidity: 3,0-5,0 %. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Hop cones & pellets 053 Hop cones All our hops are packed in special vacuum packages for optimal storage life and placed in a cold storage room at 5 °C. The availability and alpha-acid content strongly depend on the harvest. The alpha acid content is indicated on every package. Hop bags Used for boiling hops. Sterilizable and reusable. Art.no. 053.270.5 053.271.3 Content 10 bags 100 bags Isomerised hop extract To adjust the bitterness of beer without boiling. Can be added after fermentation. Alpha-acid content: 6 %. Art.no. 053.185.5 053.186.3 053.189.7 Content 30 ml 100 ml 1l Hop aroma tablets Hop oil in effervescent tablet form. With many benefits compared to traditional hop oils: long storage life, good solubility in beer and easy to dose. Allows the simple adding of hop aroma to your beer without increasing the bitterness. Ideal for dry hopping. Indicative dosage: 0.5 tablet/50 litres of beer. The effervescent tablet gradually dissolves in 2-3 days. Art.no. 053.220.0 053.221.8 053.225.9 # tablets 5 pieces 25 pieces 200 pieces (1 kg) Type Amarillo Brewers Gold Cascade Challenger East Kent Goldings Fuggles Hallertau Hersbrucker Hallertau Mittelfrüh Hallertau Perle Hallertau Spalt Select Magnum Northern Brewer Saaz Styrian Goldings Target Tettnanger Willamette 100 g 053.311.7 053.301.8 053.051.9 053.046.9 053.002.2 053.006.3 053.021.2 053.065.4 053.011.3 053.026.1 053.060.5 053.016.2 053.036.0 053.055.6 053.041.0 053.031.1 053.306.7 250 g 053.312.5 053.302.6 053.052.7 053.047.7 053.003.0 053.007.1 053.022.0 053.066.2 053.012.1 053.027.9 053.061.3 053.017.0 053.037.8 053.056.4 053.042.8 053.032.9 053.307.5 1 kg 053.313.3 053.304.2 053.053.5 053.048.5 053.004.8 053.009.7 053.023.8 053.067.0 053.014.7 053.028.7 053.062.1 053.019.6 053.039.4 053.057.2 053.043.6 053.033.7 053.308.3 5 kg 053.314.1 053.305.9 053.054.3 053.049.3 053.005.5 053.010.5 053.024.6 053.068.8 053.015.4 053.029.5 053.063.9 053.020.4 053.040.2 053.058.0 053.044.4 053.034.5 053.309.1 60 kg *053.366.1 053.364.6 053.360.4 053.359.6 053.350.5 053.351.3 053.354.7 053.363.8 053.352.1 053.355.4 053.362.0 053.353.9 053.357.0 053.361.2 053.358.8 053.356.2 *053.365.3 * Content: 90 kg Hop pellets These are destalked ground hops pressed into little pellets. Use about 10 % less than when using hop cones with a similar alpha level. Hop pellets can be preserved longer and are usually available for a longer period of time during the course of the season. Type Amarillo Brewers Gold Cascade Challenger East Kent Goldings Fuggles Hallertau Hersbrucker Hallertau Mittelfrüh Hallertau Perle Hallertau Spalt Select Magnum Northern Brewer Saaz Styrian Goldings Target Tettnanger Willamette 30 g 053.165.7 053.115.2 053.145.9 053.075.8 053.125.1 053.080.8 053.130.1 053.150.9 053.095.6 053.140.0 053.155.8 053.090.7 053.105.3 053.085.7 053.100.4 053.135.0 053.160.8 100 g 053.166.5 053.116.0 053.146.7 053.076.6 053.126.9 053.081.6 053.131.9 053.151.7 053.096.4 053.141.8 053.156.6 053.091.5 053.106.1 053.086.5 053.101.2 053.136.8 053.161.6 250 g 053.167.3 053.117.8 053.147.5 053.077.4 053.127.7 053.082.4 053.132.7 053.152.5 053.097.2 053.142.6 053.157.4 053.092.3 053.107.9 053.087.3 053.102.0 053.137.6 053.162.4 1 kg 053.168.1 053.119.4 053.148.3 053.079.0 053.129.3 053.084.0 053.134.3 053.153.3 053.099.8 053.143.4 053.158.2 053.094.9 053.109.5 053.089.9 053.104.6 053.138.4 053.163.2 5 kg 053.169.9 053.118.6 053.149.1 053.078.2 053.128.5 053.083.2 053.133.5 053.154.1 053.098.0 053.144.2 053.159.0 053.093.1 053.108.7 053.088.1 053.103.8 053.139.2 053.164.0 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 131 055 Additives for beer Hop aromas Type Woody Herbal Hoppy Citrussy Flower 5 ml 053.201.0 053.205.1 053.210.1 053.215.0 053.230.9 50 ml 053.202.8 053.206.9 053.211.9 053.216.8 053.231.7 1 litre 053.203.6 053.207.7 053.212.7 053.217.6 053.232.5 Increase the hop flavour in your beer or give it a unique touch without increasing the bitterness. The Brewferm ® HOP AROMAS are specific flavour components, coming from pure hop oils. They are formed by an unique combination of extraction and distillation. Depending on the used extraction and distillation method a specific flavour component is released that has a very distinguished profile. The BREWFERM ® HOP AROMAS can be added just before bottling. Indicative dose: 5 ml / 50 l of beer. Also suitable for other drinks. Brew body Based on malto-dextrines. Increases the body (also for wine) and preserves the head. Dosage: 25 g/l. Art.no. 055.050.9 055.051.7 055.052.5 Content 500 g 1 kg 25 kg Magnesium sulphate Calcium sulphate Burton salts for water treatment. Lowers the pH of the mash and increases the permanent hardness (calcium ions) of the brewing water. Adding 1 gram/10 l increases the salt level by 23 ppm calcium and 56 ppm sulphate and increases the hardness by 58 ppm. Art.no. 055.021.0 055.024.4 055.022.8 Content 100 g 1 kg 25 kg Epsom salts for water treatment. Slightly lowers the pH of the mash slightly. Adding 1 g to 10 litres increases the salt level by 39 ppm sulphate and 10 ppm magnesium and increases the hardness by 41 ppm. Art.no. 055.027.7 055.029.3 Content 100 g 1 kg Heading compound Powder. Gives your beer a better and more stable head. Add just before bottling. Dosage: 4-8 g/10 l. Art.no. 055.040.0 055.041.8 055.042.6 Content 25 g 100 g 1 kg Calcium chloride 33 % This solution of natural and pure calciumchloride E509 (suitable for foods) contains 33 % calcium chloride, a brewing salt frequently used by commercial breweries. Chlorides give a soft, full and more sweetened taste to beer, while the calcium contributes with the flocculation of proteins and the stabilisation of the taste. The maximum amount of calcium and chlorides that can be added to the beer is 200 mg/l. Content: 100 ml. 055.035.0 Lactol lactic acid 80% Liquid. Recommended for increasing the acidity of wines or beers. Dosage: 12,5 ml/10 l increases the acidity with 1 g/l. Art.no. 003.002.3 003.003.1 003.005.6 003.006.4 132 Content 100 ml (125 g) 250 ml (312 g) 1 l (1,25 kg) 5l Tanal A Phosphoric acid This acid can be used to acidify the mash or the wort. It gives a fine taste to the beer and is also an extra source of phosphor for the yeast. This acid has a higher concentration than for instance lactic acid, so less is required. Phosphoric acid can also be used to wash the yeast. Art.no. 055.055.8 055.056.6 Content 250 ml 1l A special hydrolysable tannin, meant for the creation of a permanent haze in witbier and Hefeweizen. Thanks to its high molecular weight, it enhances the yeast and colloidal suspension in beer. Dosage/usage: 4 g/hl; hydrate in adequate de-aerated water or carbonated beer; introduce this mixture to the full quantity of fully attenuated beer. Mix thoroughly. Reaction occurs immediately. Art.no. 055.045.9 055.046.7 055.047.5 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Content 25 g 100 g 1 kg Additives for beer 055 Ascorvit ascorbic acid (vit. C) Used to prevent the oxidation of juices, wines and beers. Dosage: 0.5 g/10 l juice or wine. Art.no. 003.035.3 003.036.1 003.037.9 003.039.5 Content 50 g 100 g 250 g 1 kg Clarimalt 100 % natural extract of black malt. Increases colour, taste and aroma and improves the mouth feel of beers – ideal for getting your darker beers even further up to the mark and adjusting them after brewing and even after fermentation. Colour indication: 9000 EBC. Art.no. 055.105.1 055.106.9 055.107.7 Caramel Natural colourant made of pure burnt sugar for adding colour to beers, liqueurs, etc. Highly concentrated, so use with moderation! Colour indication: 9500 EBC. Content 100 ml 1l 19,75 l Art.no. 055.100.2 055.102.8 Content 100 ml 1l Aromatic herbs Biersol Special kieselsol to improve the clarification of proteins in beer wort (the so called hot-trub). Dosage: 3-5 ml/10 litres. To be added at the end of the boiling process. Can also be used as a clarifier in young beers. Storage frost-free! Art.no. 055.015.2 055.016.0 055.017.8 Content 100 ml 250 ml 1l Aromatic herbs are being added to many Belgian beers to ensure their extraordinary aroma and taste. Our HERBORIFARM ® department has over 100 herbs to offer you. Below you will find a short list of the most frequently used herbs in breweries. A complete list is available upon request. Type Coriander Sweet orange peel Bitter orange peel Liquorice Star anise Clove Juniper berry Cardamom 100 g 150.324.1 250 g 150.324.2 1 kg 150.324.3 150.434. 1 150.434. 2 150.434. 3 150.432. 1 150.432. 2 150.432. 3 150.647. 1 150.557. 1 150.327. 1 150.265. 1 150.285. 1 150.647. 2 150.557. 2 150.327. 2 150.265. 2 150.285. 2 150.647. 3 150.557. 3 150.327. 3 150.265. 3 150.285. 3 Candy sugar Irish moss Helps in the precipitation of proteins (the so called cold break and hot break). Add towards the end of hop boiling. Dosage: 5 g/25 l of wort. Art.no. 150.249.4 150.249.1 150.249.2 150.249.3 Content 25 g 100 g 250 g 1 kg The original candy sugar used by many Belgian breweries. Adds a unique flavour to your beer. Also very suitable to add to wines, liqueurs and pastries or for making your own elderberry syrup. Available in crushed white and brown rocks and in syrup (only dark) form. Candy sugar 180-220 EBC Art.no. Content 007.088.8 250 ml (=325 g) 007.086.2 7 kg 007.089.6 25 kg White rock candy Art.no. Content 007.083.9 500 g 007.093.8 5 kg 007.091.2 25 kg Brown rock candy Art.no. Content 007.082.1 500 g 007.092.0 5 kg 007.090.4 25 kg tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 133 055 Additives for beer Enzymes and clarifiers for breweries Together with Erbslöh, Brouwland has developed a new range of enzymes and additives for artisanal breweries in small packages. Thanks to these small packages, many unique enzymes are finally available for smaller breweries and as a professional brewer you can always have the best enzymes and additives at your disposal for your brewing sessions. The Beerzym-range is on demand also available in 25 kg packages. Beerzym Amyl 1 kg Liquid, bacterial alpha-amylase for starch liquification when brewing with malt and adjunct with infusion mashing. Produced from a strain of Bascillus Subtilis. Dosage: 15-35 ml/100 kg adjunct. Beerzym Amyl HT 1 kg Liquid, thermostable bacterial alpha amylase for starch liquification in brewing with malt and adjuncts using decoction mashing. Produced from a strain of Bascillus Licheniformis. Dosage: 8-24 ml/100 kg adjunct. Beerzym Alfa-Beta 1 kg Liquid fungal alpha-amylase for starch hydrollysis in beer production with high amounts of adjuncts. Produced from a strain of Aspergillus Orzyae. Dosage: 15-30 ml/100 kg adjunct. Beerzym BG 1 kg Liquid Thermostable (up till 90 °C) fungal beta-glucanase for glucan degradation in brewing mashes for improved lautering and filltration. Produced from a strain of Talamoryces Emessonii. Dosage: 20-40 ml/100 kg adjunct. Beerzym BG Super 1 kg Liquid, thermotolerant fungal betaglucanase for glucan degradation in brewing mashes and finished beer without affecting foam stability. Produced from a strain of Penicillium Funiculosum. Dosage: 15-30 ml/100 kg adjunct. Art.no. 055.001.2 055.002.0 055.003.8 055.004.6 055.005.3 055.006.1 134 Type Beerzym Amyl Beerzym Amyl HT Beerzym Alfa-Beta Beerzym BG Beerzym BG super Beerzym Chill Beerzym Chill 1 kg Liquid, phytogenic proteinase for increasing the degree of protein modification in the mash and for the chill proofing of finished beer. Active in the range of 4-70 °C. Dosage: 2-8 ml/100 kg adjunct. Beerzym Minical 1 kg Liquid, fungal gluco-amylase for improved fermentability. Dosage: 2-5 ml/100 l young beer. Erbostabil 1 kg High performing foam stabiliser for beer. Based on pure yeast. Brausol 25 kg Special silica sol to improve clarification and filterability in brewing. Kigel Clear 15 kg Highly efficient, stabilizing silica gel to improve the cold stabilisation of beer. Kigel Hydro 25 kg Beerzym P7 1 kg Liquid, baterial proteinase for the proteolysis in brewing mashes of malt and adjuncts. Produced from a strain of Bascillus Subtilis. Dosage: 15-25 ml/100 kg adjunct. Beerzym Penta 1 kg A special liquid fungal pentosanase and betaglucanase for the degradation of filtration inhibiting colloids in the production of top fermenting beers. Dosage: 2-5 ml/100 l wort. Beerzym Multi 1 kg Special liquid enzyme for the production of beer from malts with low enzyme activity and/ or with large amounts of unmalted barley or other unmalted cereals in the grist. Dosage: 150-200 ml/100 kg adjunct. Highly efficient amorphous silicic acid hydrogel to optimize chemical-physical stability. Kigel Medi 20 kg Highly efficient amorphous, hydrated silica gel to optimize chemical-physical stability. Does not affect the stability of the froth or the bitterness. Kigel Xero 15 kg Highly efficient amorphous silica gel to optimize chemical-physical stability. Does not affect the stability of the froth or the bitterness. PVPP 10 kg Powder, to eliminate polyphenols from beer or wine. Beerzym Rapid 1 kg Liquid alpha-acetolactatdecarboxylase (ALDC) for rapid flavour harmonisation during maturation. Dosage: 8-10 ml/100 l wort. Art.no. 055.007.9 055.008.7 055.009.5 055.010.3 055.011.1 Type Beerzym Minical Beerzym P7 Beerzym Penta Beerzym Multi Beerzym Rapid Art.no. 055.043.4 055.060.8 055.061.6 055.062.4 055.063.2 055.064.0 055.065.7 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Type Erbostabil Brausol Kigel Clear Kigel Hydro Kigel Medi Kigel Xero PVPP Beer kits Brewferm® 056 Brew your own beer with the Brewferm® beerkits! Brewing your own beer? Why not? Brewing your own beer is an interesting, attractive and profitable hobby. He who brews himself, knows what he drinks. So, start brewing your own natural beer! Start today and discover the new and rich ‘world of beer’. Is beer brewing complicated? No, certainly not. Brewing beer using the BREWFERM ® beer kits is easy… as easy as 1, 2, 3! BREWFERM ® beer kits have already undergone the major part of the brewing process. This process is interrupted just before the final stage and the liquid is reduced by evaporation until the BREWFERM ® beer kits are left. All you have to do is add water and sugar (if needed) to obtain, after fermentation, 7 to 20 litres of beautiful natural beer. By using only natural ingredients, BREWFERM ® has been able to produce a series of unique beer concentrates, each resulting in an excellent, well balanced beer. www.brewferm.com What equipment do you need? • A fermentation vessel with airlock • A siphon to transfer the beer into beer bottles. • A crown capper and, of course, crown caps (beer capsules) to seal the bottles. • Possibly a hydrometer in order to closely follow the fermentation process. • And of course, a BREWFERM ® beer concentrate! Before you start: • Make sure that the fermentation vessel and all used equipment are thoroughly cleaned in order to prevent contamination of the beer. • Always use reusable bottles (not the disposable kind), sealed with a crown cap or clasp stopper, otherwise they can explode. • Try to leave the beer to mature for as long as possible, which will significantly increase the quality. • Pour the beer carefully to make sure that the yeast deposit stays at the bottom. 1. Read the instructions and familiarize yourself with the ingredients and equipment. 2. Wash and sterilise all equipment, even if it’s new. 3. Open and heat the tin in a ‘bain-marie’ for 10 minutes to liquefy the content. 4. Pour the content into the brewing and fermentation bucket. Rinse the tin with 1 l of warm water and add also. 5. Dissolve the mentioned amount of sugar in 2 l of boiling water and mix with the beer extract. Then mix with the correct amount of water and cool to 20 °C. 6. Dissolve the yeast in 150 ml lukewarm water (25 °C) in a sterilised glass, add and mix thoroughly. 7. Let it ferment at room temperature for 7-10 days. 8. Measure the density of the beer with a hydrometer when there’s little or no activity in the airlock left. 9. Siphon the beer at the right bottling density in another brewing and fermentation bucket and let it rest for 2-4 weeks at a lower temp. (max. 20° C, preferably lower). 10. Siphon again and add sugar for botle fermentation. Mix well and siphon into beer bottles or a beer pressure keg. 11. Probably the hardest part of home brewing: wait 6-8 weeks. 12. Invite your friends and amaze them with your home brewed beer. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 135 056 Beer kits Brewferm® Pils Gallia 056.050.8 056.051.6 Abbey Christmas 056.055.7 056.056.5 Ambiorix Diabolo 056.057.3 056.059.9 Kriek (cherry beer) Old Flemish Brown 056.060.7 056.061.5 Gold Wheat beer 056.062.3 056.064.9 Grand cru Triple 056.065.6 056.066.4 (for 12 or 20 litres) A light, blond, thirstquenching beer for every day. Original gravity: 1.042. ABV: 4.5% vol. (for 9 litres) Dark brown, full-bodied with a malty flavour. A divine beer requiring long maturation. Original gravity: 1.070. ABV: 8%. (for 15 litres) A copper coloured summer beer with a light sourness but with a sweet aftertaste. Original gravity: 1.060. ABV: 6.5%. (for 12 litres) A red coloured, slightly acidic but sweet tasting cherry beer with a fine aroma and full head. Original gravity: 1.053. ABV: 5.5% vol. (for 12 litres) A luxury, thirst-quenching, pils-style beer with a full taste and a pleasant bitterness. Original gravity: 1.053. ABV: 5.5% vol. (for 9 litres) A gold coloured beer with a subtle ‘herbal’ aroma and a full, malty flavour with a light fruitiness. Original gravity: 1.075. ABV: 8%. (for 12 litres) Amber coloured beer with a noble bitterness and a soft, refreshing flavour. Original gravity: 1.055. ABV: 5.5%. (for 7 litres) Strong brown beer with a pleasant malty flavour: a real dessert beer. Requires a long maturation. Original gravity: 1.065. ABV: 7.5%. (for 9 litres) Fiery gold in colour with a soft flavour and a high alcohol content: a devilish beer! Original gravity: 1.075. ABV: 8% vol. (for 12 litres) A very aromatic dark brown beer, with liquorice overtones and a medium alcohol content. Original gravity: 1.060. ABV: 6%. (for 15 litres) A thirst-quenching, very light, slightly cloudy blonde beer with a refreshing flavour and a marvellous aroma: a genuine ‘witbier’. Original gravity: 1.052. ABV: 5% vol. (for 9 litres) A heavenly abbey beer: gold coloured, soft but strong with a full malty flavour. Slightly spiced and well hopped. Original gravity: 1.075. ABV: 8%. Raspberry (for 12 litres) Refreshing beer with a delicious, delicate aroma. Perfect for hot summers or as a surprising aperitif. Original gravity: 1.053. ABV: 5.5%. 056.067.2 136 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 056 Starters kits Brewferm® Starter kit Basic Complete equipment kit for brewing beer starting from beer kits. Contains: • Plastic fermentation bucket 30 l with tap and airlock. • Brewing spoon. • Crown capper ‘GRETA’ and 100 crown corks. • Bottle brush. • Cleaning product Chemipro ® OXI. Beer kit not included. 056.049.0 Starter kit Deluxe With this very complete starters kit, you have all the materials you need to brew your beers at home starting from kits. • Plastic graduated brewing bucket 30 l with tap. • Fermentation bucket 30 l with tap, thermometer strip and airlock. • Special bottle filling device. • Brewing spoon. • Crown capper ‘EMILY’ and 100 crown corks. • Bottle brush and cleaning product Chemipro ® OXI. • Hydrometer and measuring cylinder to check the fermentation. Beer kit not included. 056.041.7 Beer kits 23 kg The same recipes as the popular BREWFERM ® kits, but in 23 kg jerrycans, enough for 150-250 litres of beer, depending on the type. Should you ever wish to brew a large quantity of beer for e.g. a party, homebrew clubs, etc. then these jerrycans are ideal. Also an excellent solution for small breweries and catering companies. Delivered without yeast. Art.no. 056.100.1 056.101.9 056.102.7 056.103.5 Type Abbey (150 l) Diabolo (150 l) Gold (200 l) Grand cru (150 l) Art.no. 056.104.3 056.105.0 056.108.4 056.109.2 Standard range - 1,5 kg With these English beer kits, which have been famous for years, you can brew your own quality beer at home at a decent price using 100% hopped malt extract. Most packs are sufficient for 23 litres of beer. Granular yeast and instructions for use inside the cover. Art.no. 056.220.0 056.221.8 056.222.6 056.223.4 056.224.2 056.225.0 056.226.7 056.227.5 056.228.3 056.229.1 056.230.9 Type Scottish heavy ale (17l) Barley wine (13 l) Irish stout (23l) Midland mild (23l) Premium lager (23l) Premium bitter (23l) American light (23l) Old ale (6l) Premium pils (23l) Canadian ale (23l) Mexican Cerveza (23l) Type Wheat beer (250 l) Pils (250 l) Triple (150 l) Gallia (200 l) Connoisseurs range - 1,8 kg Because of their higher content, MUNTONS connoisseurs beer kits give beers of even better quality than the standard packs. All packs are sufficient for 23 litres of beer. Granular yeast and instructions for use inside the cover. Art.no. 056.210.1 056.211.9 056.212.7 056.213.5 056.214.3 056.215.1 056.216.8 056.217.6 056.218.2 056.219.4 Type Nut brown ale Export pilsner Export stout IPA bitter Traditional bitter Yorkshire bitter Wheat Bock beer Continental lager Pilsner Gold range - 3 kg MUNTONS’ top range for brewing ‘all malt’ beers without the addition of sugar. These GOLD packs provide fuller beers that should beguile true beer lovers. All packs are sufficient for 23 litres of beer. Granular yeast and instructions for use inside the cover. Art.no. 056.200.2 056.201.0 056.202.8 056.203.6 056.204.4 056.205.2 Type Continental pilsner Docklands porter India pale ale Highland heavy ale Old english bitter Imperial stout tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 137 056 Malt kits Weyermann® & Brewferm® 056.400.5 056.401.3 A dark, full bodied smoked beer. The fine notes of beach wood and a distinctive malt flavour creates this harmonic characteristic beer. Very suitable with traditional Bavarian dishes. Original gravity: 1.054. Alc. 5,2 % vol. The colour and mouthfeel strongly resembles honey. Fruity notes of banana, pineapple and lemon with a soft acidity. The malt sweet body (due to floor malting) harmonizes perfectly with the sophisticated hops. With a warming aftertaste. Original gravity: 1.074. Alc. 7,1 % vol. Schlotfegerla (for 20 litres) Wheat wine (for 20 litres) 056.402.1 Bohemian Dunkel (for 20 litres) This Czech beer type has a beautifyl chestnut brown colour and a beige head. Taste and smell reveal a strong caramel and hop aroma reminding of citrus fruits, geraniums and lilac. With a harmonic aftertaste of malt sweet caramel and an pleasant bitterness. Original gravity: 1.050. Alc. 5,0 % vol. Brew your own beer with Brewferm® & Weyermann® malt kits! Brouwland has a wide range of ready-to-use malt kits, with which you can brew yourself a delicious beer. Besides the large selection of Brewferm ® malt kits, our range was recently expanded with a series of new Weyermann ® malt kits, easily recognized by the typical Weyermann ® packaging in red and yellow. With more than 30 years of experience, Brewferm ® guarantees brewing kits with high quality and 100% natural ingredients. As a home brewer you can choose from 24 different types of beer, all packed in handy ready-to-use malt kits. Weyermann ® is known for its large assortment of high quality special malts. These malts are now also available for home brewers. For them, Brouwland has put together a few recipes based on a series of well known, world reference special beers. From now on Brouwland will also provide, next to the brewing kits, these special malts in 1 and 5 kg packages (with exception of the BIO malts). Brewferm ® malt kits You want to brew some beer from grain, but you don’t have a recipe at hand or don’t know how to get started? These ready-to-use BREWFERM ® malt kits are the ideal solution. They contain all ingredients required for brewing 15-20 litres of beer: malts, necessary special grains (wheat, corn flakes, etc.), hops, necessary herbs and a dry brewing yeast. Assembled by our master brewer according to proven recipes and packed for optimal freshness. With comprehensive instructions and clear mashing schedule. Préaris Quadrupel (for 20 litres) The best 2011 Belgian hobby beer converted to a ready-to-brew malt kit. Treat yourself (and others) and start experimenting with this slightly sweet stout-porter, enriched with vanilla presence and warm winter herbs. Pure brewing and tasting fun! Original gravity: 1.099. ABV: 10% vol. 056.014.4 138 Mouten Kop (for 20 litres) Winning recipe of the Brouwland beer competition 2010. A light amber-coloured IPA (Indian Pale Ale). Malty character and slightly bitter with a dry and spicy aftertaste. With a hint of citrussy hop. Original gravity: 1.060. ABV: 6,5 % vol. 056.015.1 Blondie (for 20 litres) Strong blond beer with a sublime hop character. The yeast tends to a fruity touch. Result: a very pleasant beer with a unique combination of bitterness and aroma. Dry hopped. Original gravity: 1064, ABV: 6.3% vol. 056.016.9 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Malt kits Brewferm® Red Special (for 20 litres) Refreshing, fruity beer. Red coloured and very thirst quenching thanks to the sour taste provided by the lactic fermentation. Oak chips for barrel ripened beer included. Original gravity: 1053, ABV: 5,4% vol. 056.017.7 056.018.5 Luxe Pils (for 20 litres) A fairly neutral, dry and light malty Pilsner beer with a medium high alcohol level. Very pleasant bitterness thanks to the use of the Hersbrucker aromatic and spicy hop variety. Includes a genuine LAGER yeast that ferments dry. Original gravity: 1.055. ABV: 5.5 % vol. 056.020.1 056.023.5 Golden Beverius (for 20 litres) Neutral to slightly hoppy, blond abbey beer. Full-malt character with a sweet background. A clean, soft and rounded session beer. Fruity aromas can develop depending on fermentation. Original gravity: 1.068. ABV: 7 % vol. 056.024.3 Mc Beaver Scotch Ale (for 20 litres) Heavy, caramel-malt, sweet and slightly spicy ale with full body and alcohol warming. Strong but refined bitterness due to the use of the mildest English hop variety. Original gravity: 1.082. ABV: 8.5 % vol. 056.026.8 Irish Tapdancer (for 20 litres) A soft, slightly sweet ale with a clear malt character and soft fruitiness. The brownred colour is obtained by the use of cara malts. Subtle bitterness thanks to the use of typical English aroma hops. Original gravity: 1.055. ABV: 5.5 % vol. 056.027.6 Alt (for 20 litres) Reddish-copper coloured beer with a clean round maltness and a dry hop finish. Original gravity: 1.055. ABV: 5.5 % vol. 056.031.8 Bavarienfest (for 20 litres) Bronze beer with a sweet malt accent. Very refreshing due to bottom fermentation. This thirst-quenching beer has a nice dry finish. Original gravity: 1.055. ABV: 5.5 % vol. 056.032.6 Weizen Doppelbock (for 20 litres) Dark weizen, full bodied with a complex taste due to the combination of 7 malt varieties. Rich in esters and high alcohol content. Original gravity: 1.082. ABV: 8.5 % vol. 056.034.2 Brown Porter (for 20 lit litres er) A soft porter with a balanced fruity and malty complex pallet of flavours and aromas, thanks to the use of different kinds of dark malts. Long aftertaste. Original gravity: 1.062. ABV: 6.1 % vol. 056.035.9 Strong bodied beer with a slightly sweet, fruity aroma and a pleasant bitterness in the aftertaste. Original gravity: 1.068. ABV: 7 % vol. 056.037.5 Beaver-Ale (for 20 litres) A mild ale with a full malt taste and a neutral to moderately spicy hop aroma. Slightly bitter and with a dry aftertaste. Original gravity: 1.055. ABV: 5.5 % vol. 056.021.9 Beverius (for 20 litres) Sweetish and slightly bitter dark abbey beer with a full body and a clearly observable caramel taste, also thanks to the use of sugar candy. Fruity aromas can develop depending on the yeast. Original gravity: 1.068. ABV: 7 % vol. Beaver Bock (for 20 litres) Black Gold (for 20 litres) A combination of dark malt varieties gives this beer an intense dark colour. This beer leans towards a stout due to its bitter character and subtle hints of liquorice and caramel. Original gravity: 1062, ABV: 6,1% vol. Koningsbok (for 20 litres) Deep dark bock beer with a caramel sweet taste and a slightly roasted malt aroma. Beer with a soft, round and full character and a low bitterness. Original gravity: 1.070. ABV: 7.1 % vol. 056.038.3 056 Monnikskap (for 20 litres) A amber coloured complex abbey beer. For optimal result: also add brettanomyces yeast. Quite bitter beer, contains little rest sugars and has a delightful aroma thanks to dry-hopping. Several months of ripening is necessary. Original gravity: 1060, ABV: 6,2 % vol. 056.019.3 Mr. White (for 20 litres) Typical Belgian white beer with a fruity, sour and slightly bitter taste. Refreshing session beer, particularly due to the use of wheat and the correct amount of herbs. Original gravity: 1.055. ABV: 5.5 % vol. 056.022.7 Gabriel (for 20 litres) Full malt triple with sweetish, slightly spicy main taste. Rich in esters, therefor has a fruity aroma. Mild aromatic hop varieties provide a delicate aftertaste. Original gravity: 1.092. ABV: 9 % vol. 056.025.0 Kölner (for 20 litres) Light golden ale with a clean taste. Slight fruitiness with a faint herbal hint due to the use of a little wheat. Original gravity: 1.055. ABV: 5.5 % vol. 056.030.0 Weizen (for 20 litres) Hefe-weizen with a light golden colour. A smooth blend of malt sweetness and wheat flavour with a hint of fruit and herbs due to the inclusion of plenty of wheat malt. Low bitterness. Original gravity: 1.055. ABV: 5.5 % vol. 056.033.4 Indiana Ale (for 20 litres) The stronger and more hoppy version of the well-known pale ale. This beer has got a clear bronze colour and a fruity aroma with a distinctive hop character. Original gravity: 1.068. ABV: 7 % vol. 056.036.7 Barley Wine (for 15 litres) This copper-coloured beer is the strongest malt kit due to its higher alcohol content. Typical for a Barley Wine are the strong malty, fruity and alcoholic flavours. A well balanced and warming beer. Original gravity: 1.100. ABV: 10 % vol. 056.039.1 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 139 057 Superior starters kits Brewferm® Starter kit superior GAS for malt kits Starter kit superior ELECTRIC for malt kits 057.001.8 057.002.6 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Maltmill with adjustable fineness. Gas burner with 2 meter propane gas tube. Enamel brew kettle 27 l. Mash scoop 3 l. Hop boiling bags. Lauter tun 30 l. Plate heat exchanger welded with 2 x 1 m silicone tubing + 2 x 1,5 m pvc tubing 10/15 reinforced. Brewing spoon. Graduated measuring jug 5 l. Brewing thermometer -10° +110 °C with protective cover. Hydrometer and plastic cylinder 200 ml. Fermentation bin 30 l with airlock and tap. Bottle filler. Chemipro ® OXI cleaning product. Iodine tincture. Crown capper ‘EMILY’ with 100 crown corks. Book: ‘Brewing beer for beginners’. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Maltmill with adjustable fineness. Electric stainless steel brew kettle 27 l with thermostat and tap. Mash scoop 3 l. Hop boiling bags. Lauter tun 30 l. Plate heat exchanger welded with 2 x 1 m silicone tubing + 2 x 1,5 m pvc tubing 10/15 reinforced. Brewing spoon. Graduated measuring jug 5 l. Brewing thermometer -10° +110 °C with protective cover. Hydrometer and plastic cylinder 200 ml. Fermentation bin 30 l with airlock and tap. Bottle filler. Chemipro ® OXI cleaning product. Iodine tincture. Crown capper ‘EMILY’ with 100 crown corks. Book: ‘Brewing beer for beginners’. Gas burner Mammuth With standard tap for propane and butane. Firm design in painted profiled steel with cast iron gas spout and regulating tap. Large capacity: 8.5 kW. Needs a propane tube. Dimensions: 40 x 40 x 19 cm. Without flame protection. Use in open and well ventilated rooms! Art.no. 123.225.5 123.226.3 123.228.9 057.130.7 Gas burner 20 cm Gas burner without flame protection. Butane/propane. 5 kw. Gas burner with flame protection High quality gas burners for both hobby and professional use. With flame protection: the gas supply is automatically shut off should the flames extinguish. Approved for indoor use. Each burner ring is separately adjustable. Available for butane/propane and natural gas. Butane/ Propane 057.131.5 057.132.3 057.134.9 057.135.6 057.136.4 140 Natural gas 057.141.4 057.142.2 057.144.8 057.145.5 057.146.3 Ø kW # rings 30 cm 40 cm 60 cm 80 cm 90 cm 8,5 13,5 25,5 37,5 41,5 1 2 2 3 3 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Description Gas burner Mammuth Tap for natural gas Tap for butane/propane Superior starters kits Brewferm® Starter kit superior BASE for malt kits The most complete starter kit for grain brewers who already have a brew kettle and a lauter tun. • Maltmill with adjustable fineness. • Mash scoop 3 l. • Hop boiling bags. • Plate heat exchanger welded with 2 x 1 m silicone tubing + 2 x 1,5 m pvc tubing 10/15 reinforced. • Brewing spoon. • Graduated measuring jug 5 l. • Brewing thermometer -10° +110 °C with protective cover. • Hydrometer and plastic cylinder 200 ml. • Fermentation bin 30 l with airlock and tap. • Siphon with bottle filler. • Chemipro ® OXI cleaning product. • Iodine tincture. • Crown capper ‘EMILY’ with 100 crown corks. • Book: ‘Brewing beer for beginners’. 057 Starter kit MX The most complete starters kit for brewing with malt extract packs. • Electric stainless steel brew kettle 27 l with thermostat and tap. • 30 L brewing bucket with airlock and tap. • Hop boiling bags. • Plate heat exchanger welded with 2 x 1 m silicone tubing + 2 x 1,5 m pvc tubing 10/15 reinforced. • Stirring spoon. • Hydrometer and measuring cylinder. • Brewing thermometer -10° +110 °C with protective cover. • Bottle filler. • Chemipro ® OXI cleaning product. • Crown capper ‘EMILY’ with 100 crown corks. • Brewing instructions. Brewferm ® malt extract packs page 129. 057.004.2 057.003.4 Plastic lauter tun Large lauter bin in food grade plastic, with special perforated filter bottom (mash screen) and tap. Bottom easy to remove and easy to clean. THE budget-friendly solution for every ‘all-grain’ home brewer! Capacity: 30 litres. 123.229.7 Regulator 28 mbar Gas regulator 28 mbar, inside thread. 057.030.8 Autosparge mash sparging set Reinforced propane tubing Orange coloured, according to standard NF-A84-640, marked with year of fabrication. Pressure: max 20 bar. Suitable for connecting gas burners (e.g. 123.22.5) onto regulators. Inside x outside Ø 9 x 16 mm. Price per running metre. 123.227.1 The AUTOSPARGE is indispensable for the constant and efficient sprinkling of your grain bed. Mount this Autosparge in your brewing kettle/mash tun, set the desired rinsing water level, connect to your rinse water boiler and GO! Forget about the rinse water overflowing or your grain bed drying out. The stainless steel float ensures that your grain bed always stays properly under water. Thanks to the gentle whirlpool effect, the sparging efficiency increases without oxygen intake. Suitable for tanks starting 36 cm diameter. Suitable for RIMS applications. Stainless steel float + arm, bronze intake valve, silicone tube with float. Requires an opening of 22 mm. 057.035.7 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 141 057 Filtering Stainless steel filter bottom Filter bottoms in stainless steel with 1.5 mm perforations for optimum run-off efficiency. With handles and adapted feet. NO welded joints. Can be completely disassembled for thorough cleaning. For brewing kettles 057.099.4 - 057.104.2 Art.no. Description 057.080.4 For brewing kettle 36 l 057.081.2 For brewing kettle 50 l 057.082.0 For brewing kettle 70 l 057.083.8 For brewing kettle 98 l 057.084.6 For brewing kettle 150 l For brewing kettles 057.250.x 057.251.100 057.251.200 057.251.300 057.251.400 057.251.500 057.251.650 057.251.800 057.251.1000 For brewing kettle 100 l For brewing kettle 200 l For brewing kettle 300 l For brewing kettle 400 l For brewing kettle 500 l For brewing kettle 650 l For brewing kettle 800 l For brewing kettle 1000 l Stainless steel lauter tun Ideal for ‘all-grain’ home brewers who want a separate lautering tun with removable stainless steel false bottom with 1.5 mm perforations. A completely stainless steel drainage tap is included! The operatio-nal capacity is 7 l lower than the total capacity (55 l). Stand not included. Art.no. 057.085.3 017.787.41 Capacity 55 l ØxH 405 x 540 mm Seperate stand Copper immersion wort chiller Finally a simple and quick way to cool the wort to fermenting temperature after boiling! Contains aproximately 8 metres of copper tubing, Ø 10 mm, of special quality. Connect to the tap, immerse in the wort kettle and wait. Cools up to 25 l of wort in about 20 min. Complete with connecting tubes and connectors. WITHOUT soldering points, WITH distance spacers for a maximum surface use ! Fits into most kettles. Ø x H: 20 x 50 cm. Coil height: 20 cm 057.025.8 Stainless steel welded wort chiller Chill your wort as professional breweries do with this ultra compact and very handy plate heat exchanger. With this device, consisting of 12 stainless steel plates, you can cool 20 litres of hot wort to 20 °C in barely 10 minutes using plain gravity (no extra pump needed). You don’t disturb the precipitation of the hot trub and because of the quick cooling you’re preventing contamination of your wort. The chiller is easy to use and to clean, the water consumption is limited and the connections are standard (¾”). This is definitely a device that cannot be missed by the home brewer who aims to achieve the highest quality. With tube spigots in nylon 12 mm x 3/4” F (018.263.1234). 057.016.8 142 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Wort cooling & wort aeration 057 Stainless steel plate heat exchanger Professional wort chiller for microbreweries with all stainless steel AISI 316 chassis. Connectors: DN32 externally threaded for beer; 1” externally threaded for cooling water. The chilling capacity is calculated for chilling the wort from 95 to 25 °C with twice the flow of cooling water at 10 °C. Maximum pressure: 6 bar. Art.no. 057.110.500 057.110.1000 057.110.2000 # plates 21 27 37 Litre / hour 500 l 1000 l 2000 l Stainless steel inline wort filter Professional inline filter in stainless steel for restraining hop particles that could clog your plate cooler. With removable and cleanable filter basket, with 1 mm holes. Connections: DIN NW32. Stainless steel inline wort aerator Rotating spray ball Professional wort aerator with aerating stone in sintered stainless steel. Steam sterilisable. To be mounted behind your platecooler. Can also double as a carbonating stone for force carbonation. Connection: DIN NW40. 057.125.7 057.120.8 Wort aerator set Complete set for the aeration of wort/beer/alcohol, with air pump, sterile 0.20,2μ filter, 1 m tube and a ceramic aeration stone. This ceramic aeration stone can easily be sterilised with alcohol or sulphite. The stainless steel aeration stone can be sterilised with Chemipro ® or another detergent. Ceramic aeration stone Stainless steel aeration stone Sterile air filter PVC tubing 4 mm Specially for 057.010.1 or other air pumps. Length: 5 cm. 4 Description 1 057.015.0 Complete wort aerator set 2 057.011.9 Ceramic aeration stone 1 Special PVC tube, Ø 4/6 mm, for air pumps. Price per running metre. 3 Art.no. 017.786.SPR3 In sintered stainless steel. With a 6 mm tube connector. Air filter 0,2 μ. Specially for 057.015.0 (fits on the pump exit) or other air pumps. 2 Rinse your tanks quickly and thoroughly with this rotating spray ball! Small dimensions but a large effectiveness! For use in tanks, demijohns, wooden casks, etc. thanks to its small diameter: 25 mm. Connection: ¾” gas thread (inner thread). Water consumption: up to 50 l / min. Water pressure: up to 4 bar. Rinsing diameter: up to 1,5 meter. Adjustable water flow. 3 4 5 Art.no. 057.018.4 057.012.7 057.013.5 5 Description SST aeration stone Air filter 0,2 µ PVC tube 4/6 mm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 143 Hoprocket™ 057 HopRocket™ stainless steel Enhance the hop aroma of your beer with the HopRocket! The HopRocket is both an inline hop filter and an inline hop infuser. As a hop infuser the HopRocket can be used to add hop aroma after boiling the wort or during dispension of the beer. • Only suitable for hop cones, not for hop pellets. • Max. 85 g of hop cones when using the hop filter, max. 115 g with the hop infuser. • Pressure resistant up to 2.7 bar (40 PSI) • Made entirely of stainless steel. • With silicone sealing. • Completely closed system from brewing kettle to fermentation tank or vessel: - Does not flow over. - No loss of volatile hop aroma’s. • With a coarse filter at the bottom (conical). • Operates with pump as well as gravity (min. 1 m height difference). • The HopRocket™ is standard equipped with a ½” NPT connection that isn’t compatible with the current European connections. Therefore you’ll need the following connections: - When using the HopRocket™ under pressure: 2 x 140.264.02 connection 1/2” NPT x 1/4” MFL. - When using the HopRocket™ without pressure: 2 x 140.264.01 connection 1/2” NPT x 3/8” straight barb 9 mm. • When empty, The HopRocket™ can also be used as a filter. Art.no. 057.036.5 140.264.01 140.264.02 Description HopRocket™ SST hop filter + hop infuser Connection 1/2” NPT x 3/8” straight barb 9 mm Connection 1/2” NPT x 1/4” MFL Hop bags Mashing bag Used for boiling hops. Sterilizable and reusable. 057.006.9 Specially for use in brewing kettles and mashing bins. With fine side walls and coarse bottom for optimal sparging. Also suitable for hop boiling. Dimensions: 30 x 30 x 35 cm. Art.no. 053.270.5 053.271.3 Content 10 bags 100 bags Hop cones All our hops are packed in special vacuum packages for optimal storage life and placed in a cold storage room at 5 °C. The availability and alphaacid content strongly depend on the harvest. The alpha acid content is indicated on every package. Hop pellets These are destalked ground hops pressed into little pellets. Use about 10 % less than when using hop cones with a similar alpha level. Hop pellets can be preserved longer and are usually available for a longer period of time during the course of the season. 130 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 145 057 Brewing kettles Automatic brewing kettle BRUMAS 2.0 You’re looking for a compact and complete brewing installation with a nice look, matching lauter tun and insulated brewing kettle? This Brumas 2.0 with digital and programmable control, and a built-in whirlpool has it all! Brew your beer in safety. Without constant stirring and without burning. • Brewing volume: up to 30 l. • Programmable mash schedule. • With whirlpool. • With lautertun (without copper finishing). • Dimensions without lauter tun (W x H x D): 60 x 57 x 50 cm. • Power supply: 230 volt. 2.1 kW. 50 Hz. Copper finish for lauter tun BRUMAS Give your Brumas facelift with a copper jacket! This nice finish for the Brumas lauter tun is easy to secure and gives your installation a different look! Art.no. 057.040.7 057.041.5 057.096.9 Brewing kettle PRO 27 litres An affordable electric brewing kettle. • Stainless steel kettle: solid, hygienic and very easy to maintain. • Heating element: 1800 watt. • Digital thermostat, adjustable per 1 °C, from 30 °C up to 100 °C. • Digital timer. • Capacity: 27 litres. More than enough for 20-litre brews. • With stainless steel tap! • 2 year factory guarantee! 057.095.1 Brewing kettle 27 litres A solid AND affordable electric brew kettle. Solid, hygienic and easy to maintain. • 27 litres stainless steal kettle. Sufficient for making 20 litre brews. • Heating element: 2000 watt. • With analogue gradually adjustable thermostat 30-100 °C. • With stainless steel tap! • 2 year factory guarantee! Filter bottom for SST brewing kettle 057.099.4 - 057.104.2K Art.no. 057.080.4 057.081.2 057.082.0 057.083.8 057.084.6 146 Description Automatic brewing kettle Brumas 2.0 Copper finishing for lauter tun Brumas 2.0 Description For brewing kettle 36 l For brewing kettle 50 l For brewing kettle 70 l For brewing kettle 98 l For brewing kettle 150 l Stainless steel brewing kettle Universal stainless steel 18/10 stockpot, of professional catering quality and with special base for all heat sources. Complete with lid. Available with or without tap. Art.no. Cont. 057.099.4 25 l 057.099.4K 25 l 057.100.0 36 l 057.100.0K 36 l 057.101.8 50 l 057.101.8K 50 l 057.102.6 70 l 057.102.6K 70 l 057.103.4 98 l 057.103.4K 98 l 057.104.2* 150 l 057.104.2K* 150 l ØxH 30 x 30 cm 32 x 32 cm 36 x 36 cm 36 x 36 cm 40 x 40 cm 40 x 40 cm 45 x 45 cm 45 x 45 cm 50 x 50 cm 50 x 50 cm 60 x 55 cm 60 x 55 cm * not suitable for induction. * can not be sent per parcel service. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Tap 1/2” 1/2” 3/4” 3/4” 3/4” 3/4” Braumeister brewing kettles 20 & 50 l 057 Braumeister brewing unit 20 & 50 litres Complete all-in-one brewing installation. Brew your own grain beer with this solid, easy to use stainless steel brewing installation. If you want to brew quality beer but you don’t have the space or you just don’t want to fill your house with kettles and tubes… the BRAUWMEISTER is the ideal solution! The mashing process, filtering, as well as boiling, happen in the same kettle. The different temperatures will be set by RIMS (re-circulation infusion mash system). You can program the entire mashing process with a digital unit. Even if you have no experience with brewing beers, with this simple device you can brew your own delicious beer in just 5 hours. Simply plug in and start brewing. Cannot be sent by package service. Don’t have a grain recipe at hand? Try one of our BREWFERM ® malt kits. Lid Lifting bolts Malt pipe Lifting rod Fixing rod Supporting rods Handle Filter bottoms Brewing kettle Connection rod / level gauge Heating coil Pump Fully automatic brewing controle for time and temperature Technical data Capacity Thermostat Heating element Pump Power Dimensions (H x Ø) Weight WATCH THE VIDEO ON OUR WEBSITE www.brouwland.com Base Tap 057.052.2 Max. 25 litres wort Digital + programmable 2000 watt 23 watt 230 volt 60 x 40 cm 15 kg Thermo collar for Braumeister 20 & 50 litres 057.051.4 Max. 55 litres wort Digital + programmable 3200 watt 2 x 23 watt 230 volt 72 x 50 cm 24 kg Copper hood for Braumeister 20 & 50 litres When you fit this removable and washable wrapping around the kettle and fasten it with Velcro, you’ll reduce the loss of heat and protect yourself from burning during brewing. Give your Braumeister a professional look. Can also be used as a funnel during malt bill. Art.no. 057.055.20 057.055.50 Description Copper hood for Braumeister 20 litres Copper hood for Braumeister 50 litres Filter grid SST Art.no. 057.054.20 057.054.50 Description Thermo collar for Braumeister 20 litres Thermo collar for Braumeister 50 litres Art.no. 140.250.2 140.251.2 Description Filter grid SST for Braumeister 20 l Filter grid SST for Braumeister 50 l tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 147 057 Braumeister brewing kettle 200 l Braumeister 200 litres Brew your own beer like a pro with the Braumeister 200 l! Use the well-proven concept of the Braumeister, which is a compact brewing facility: brewing, purifying, hop boiling, whirl pooling and cooling down, everything is accomplished in one single kettle. The fully automatic brewing control ensures the brewing process of any individually adjusted recipes and runs through all the brewing phases according to precise time and temperature parameters. The purifying process is realized easily and quickly, by just lifting up the malt pipe with the lifting device mounted on it. You will be able to achieve a proper and quick purifying process. Last but not least, the facility is mobile and therefore easy to move, with limited space requirement. It is an optimal equipment for restaurants, pubs, specific events or brewing communities. Make yourself independent and brew your own individual and very special beer for yourself or for your guests. Due to the low investment costs and the favourable litre price, the equipment will have paid off very quickly. Contact our professional department for more information. • • • • • • • • Weight: 145 kg (with built-in elements and lifting bows). L x W x H: 136 cm x 90 cm x 208 cm. Brewing quantity: ± 230 l wort, sufficient for 200 l of beer. Malt bill: 40-45 kg. Heating spiral: 3 x 3000 Watt. Pump: 370 Watt. Power connection: 400 V ( 16 A). Total connection: 9.4 Kw. New: with frequency regulator! Malt pipe Lift Lifting gibbet Lid Filter plates Rope winch Fully automatic brewing controle for time and temperature Valve ‘1’ 057.053.0 Heating spiral Adjustable feet Pump Thermo collar for Braumeister 200 litres When you wrap this removable and washable collar around the kettle and fasten it with Velcro, you’ll reduce the loss of heat and protect yourself from burning during brewing. Transport wheels Fermentation tanks for Braumeister 200 litres • Without a manhole. • With a tank roof in AISI 304. • Connection gas thread: - 100 + 240 l = ¾” inside thread. - 330-525-625 l = 1” outside thread. • Available in 100 l to 625 l. Optional with cooling collar 057.054.200 148 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Art.no. 017.820.100 017.820.240 017.820.330 017.820.525 017.820.625 Capacity 100 litres 240 litres 330 litres 525 litres 625 litres 057 Professional brewing kettles Electric jacketed brewing kettle Professional stainless steel brew kettles with tiltable SST vessel, insulated and double walled. Specially designed for microbreweries. With a closed circuit, incorporating pump! With digital and programmable thermostat for automatic mash control and 22-rpm mixing motor. Possible options are: filter bottom. Art.no. 057.250.50E 057.250.100E 057.250.200E 057.250.300E 057.250.400E Cap. 50 l 100 l 200 l 300 l 400 l kW. 6 9 18 24 30 Art.no. 057.250.500E 057.250.650E 057.250.800E 057.250.1000E 057.250.2000E Cap. 500 l 650 l 800 l 1000 l 2000 l kW. 30 30 45 45 90 B-tech by Brouwland Jacketed gas brewing kettle Professional stainless steel brew kettles with tiltable SST vessel, insulated and double walled. Specially designed for microbreweries thanks to the closed circuit with integrated pump! With digital thermostat and 22-rpm mixing motor. Temperature range: 100 °C. Possible options are: frame for kettle and heater, filter bottom, programmable unit for automatic mash control and frequency regulator for agitator motor and gas/heating-oil boiler. Art.no. 057.250.200G 057.250.300G 057.250.400G 057.250.500G 057.250.650G 057.250.800G 057.250.1000G 057.250.2000G 057.250.4000G B-tech Cap. 200 l 300 l 400 l 500 l 650 l 800 l 1000 l 2000 l 4000 l Kw. 35 35 35 65 65 95 95 210 210 by Brouwland Special delivery conditions This truck means that there are special conditions regarding delivery times and transport costs. For more information you can contact our customer service: email@example.com. Double walled lauter tank Art.no. 057.260.400 057.260.500 057.260.650 057.260.800 Diameter 1100 mm 1100 mm 1280 mm 1280 mm B-tech by Brouwland Insulated stainless steel tank AISI 304. With removable perforated 2-part filter bottom. Diameter holes: 1,5 mm. With tank door for removal of the grains: 400 x 300 mm. Butterfly valve outlet DN50 (other possible), 150 mm above the floor. Non-insulated one-piece cover. Bottom 2 % inclination. Height 820 mm 900 mm 850 mm 1050 mm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 149 057 Brewing unit B-tech B-TECH brewing unit The ‘miniature’ micro-brewery! The B-TECH is designed specially for you by brewery engineers. They’ve made sure this brewery has all you need to brew your own beer, but… in a smaller format. Movable unit with a isolated double walled mash/boiling kettle and lauter tun. • Brew house completely in stainless steel. • Mixer and pumps with variable speed control. • Clear control panel with digital temperature control for max. 5 temperature steps. • With plate heat exchanger, butterfly valves and welded piping with sight glasses. • Different options possible. Contact our Professional department for further information. B-tech by Brouwland Brewing capacity Art.no. Dim. (H x W x D) Cap. lauter tun Cap. mash kettle Power 100 litres 057.400.100 190 x 200 x 86 cm 140 litres 170 litres 400 V, 13 kW 250 litres 057.400.250 190 x 248 x 107 cm 340 litres 400 litres 400 V, 13 kW 500 litres 057.400.500 220 x 320 x 132 cm 650 litres 800 litres 400 V, 31,5 kW B-TECH fermentation tanks Movable unit, with 2 isolated cylindro conical fermentation tanks, with temperature control. • Fully isolated with built-in cooling system. • Clear control panel with digital temperature control. • Equiped with sprayballs and butterfly valves. • Different options possible. Contact our Professional department for further information. 057.420.500 Capacity Art.no. Dim. (H x W x D) Power 150 2 x 100 litres 057.420.100 160 x 130 x 60 cm 220 V, 400 W 2 x 250 litres 057.420.250 200 x 180 x 80 cm 220 V, 600 W 2 x 500 litres 057.420.500 240 x 200 x 90 cm 220 V, 800 W tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com B -tech by Brouwland 057 Brewing unit B-tech III B-TECH III brewing unit Professional brewing in a modern design! Thanks to the 3 brewing kettles, these brewing units make it possible to brew twice a day! Because of the user-friendly touch screen and PLC control, professional brewing with a modern design is now accessible for small breweries at an unbeatable price! Technical data: Mash kettle: • Vertical cylindrical insulated kettle with heating section at the bottom and wall. • Entirely SST AISI 304. • Volume: 650 litres. • Dimensions: - diameter: 1150 mm - height: 1800 mm • With man hole on top. • Heating with electrical heaters of 30 kW with circulation pump for heating water, security valve and expansion vessel. • Variable speed control for mixer. • With hop filter (for mash kettle). • Power: 400 V, 3 N, 50 Hz, 31 kW. Lauter tun + whirlpool: • Vertical, cylindrical, insulated vessel without heating section. • Entirely SST AISI 304. • Besides the man hole on top, an additional man hole to the side. • Volume: - Lauter tun: 600 litres - Whirlpool: 600 litres • Dimensions: - diameter: 1300 mm - height to the upper man hole: ± 1600 mm. • with blades for cutting the filter bed. Connection pipelines between the mash kettle and the lauter tun/whirlpool: • Impeller pump. • Sight glass. • Stainless steel plate heat exchanger. • Water cooling tube for sampling. • Inline wort filter. Contact our technical department for additional options. B -tech Art.no. 057.405.500 057.405.1000 by Brouwland Description B-tech III 500 litres B-tech III 1000 litres tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 151 Pressure kegs 058 Rubber plugs with relief Trouble with swollen kegs? With these special rubber plugs with pressure valve, the excess CO2 can escape, keeping a pressure of about 2.5 bar in the barrel. Can be reused many times. 058.023.2 058.022.4 Starters kit mini kegs If you’re tired of filling bottles or might be planning to have a party, you’d best choose a mini keg! Put your beer in a keg, add 3 g of sugar/litre and let the beer ferment in a warm place. Then place the keg in a cool environment. After just a few days, you can tap your beer for consumption. The CO2 pressure gives your beer a beautiful head. There is never any contact with the outside air so your beer is preserved for at least a couple of weeks. Content: • 3 handy 5 l mini kegs with special rubber plug. • BEER KING 2000 beer tap: a special CO2tap head with adjustable beer flow and CO2 discharge. • 10 CO2 cartridges 16 g. CO2 cartridges 16 g Especially for BEER KING 2000, PARTY MASTER and other beer taps. 10 cartridges per pack. 058.040.3 Mini keg 5 L Very useful pressure kegs as used by commercial breweries. Add max. 3 g/l sugar for second fermentation. With special re-usable rubber plug. Needs a tap 058.030.4 or 058.031.2. Beer King 2000 beer tap Special tap for use with mini kegs. This special tap has both an adjustable flow rate and CO2 supply. Uses 16 gram CO2 cartridges and can be transferred from an empty keg to a full keg without loss of CO2. Art.no. 058.020.8 058.024.0 058.021.6 Description Brewferm® mini keg 5 l + rubber plug Mini keg 5 l + rubber plug Reuseable rubber plug 2nd fermentation in kegs Most home brewers will want to do a 2nd fermentation in the keg to obtain natural carbonation just like in bottled beer. The amount of sugar you must add just before filling your keg is, in principle, NO different to the quantity of sugar you use with the filling of bottles (5-9 g/l beer with a fully fermented beer, and this depending on the required CO2 level in your beer). 058.030.4 Multi Tap beer tap The method is the same as for bottles: preferably dissolve the sugar in a small quantity of water or beer, pour it into the keg and transfer the beer in such a way that everything is mixed well. The budget saving beer tap for use with mini kegs. Uses an air pump so doesn’t need CO2 cartridges. Suitable for ‘quick emptying’ kegs at parties, barbeques, etc. Place the keg upright for several days at ambient temperature so that the 2nd fermentation can take place. Then put it in a cool place for clearing and maturing. A discarded but still working refrigerator is ideal, this allows you to pour your beer at the correct temperature. When the beer has completely cleared, tapping can start. 058.031.2 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 153 058 Soda kegs & accessories Soda kegs or ‘Corny’ kegs are still the best solution for home brewers wanting to serve draught beer. They have many advantages over other pressure kegs: made of stainless steel, so almost indestructible and easy to keep hygienically clean; with a removable oval lid for easy access to the interior and is pressure resistant to over 5 bar, more than sufficient for beer. Force-carbonation of your beer, wine, cider, etc. is also possible! At last you can fill your bottles with counter pressure WITHOUT sediment (when using the counter pressure bottle filler 058.121.4)! We offer both new and second hand soda kegs. Second hand soda kegs are of course a lot cheaper, but they require much effort to clean them first. All kegs are pressure-tested. We have 2 complete kits for kegging, which are identical to each other except that the soda keg is either new or second hand. All other parts are always new. We also sell a range of separate accessories. Seperate accessories for soda keg set Complete soda keg set Art.no. 058.210.6 058.215.5 058.224.7 058.225.4 058.222.1 058.223.9 058.226.2 • 1 x 19 litres soda keg. • 1 x filled, 2 kg CO2 cylinder. • 1 regulator with 2 manometers. • 2 quick disconnects. • Tube + ‘Picnic’ tap. Art.no. 058.200.7 058.201.5 Description Extra soda keg 19 l new Extra soda keg 19 l 2nd hand Poppet valve for ball lock connector Relief valve Rubber ring for connector Rubber ring for lid Rubber ring for dip tube Description Set with new soda keg Set with 2nd hand soda keg CO2 cylinder 2 kg New and filled CO2 cylinders containing 2 kg CO2. TUV approved and suitable for all European countries. Contains sufficient carbon dioxide to tap at least 400 litres of beer. 058.080.9 Tube holder + nut for quick disconnect With screw thread ¼”. Keg charger The budget-friendly way to begin with soda kegs! Connect this handy keg charger to the CO2 connector to your soda keg, attach a dispensing tap and you’re off! Easy to use. CO2 easy to measure, thanks to practical handle. 1 x 16-gram CO2 cartridge included in the basic set. Lifelong manufacturer`s warranty! Art.no. 058.045.2 058.046.0 Description Keg-charger + 1 CO2 cartridge CO2 cartridge for keg charger, 5 pieces Art.no. 058.092.4 058.094.0 Reinforced PVC tube for beer or CO2 Price per meter. Art.no. 058.093.2 058.098.1 With screw thread ¼”. 154 Soda keg 9,45 litres Soda keg 9,45 litres without accessories. Connection: ball-lock. New or 2nd hand versions available. Quick disconnects ‘Ball Lock’ Art.no. 058.090.8 058.091.6 Description For 4 mm tubing For 8 mm tubing Description Gas (IN) Beer (OUT) Ø inside/outside 5/11 mm 8/14 mm Art.no. 058.216.3 Description Soda keg 9,45 l 2nd hand 058.211.4 Soda keg 9,45 l new Quick disconnects ‘Pin Lock’ With screw thread ¼”. Art.no. 058.088.2 058.089.0 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Description Gas (IN) Beer (OUT) Accessories pressure kegs 058 Beer tap Picnic Practical beer tap for soda kegs. Suitable with the reinforced PVC tube 8/14 mm (058.098.1). Also available as a set complete with a 20 cm PVC tube and standard ball lock soda keg connection (058.096.5). Beer tap Party Master Beer tap with both adjustable flow rate and CO2 supply. Fits all commercial 30 and 50 litre-barrels. Other fittings available upon request. Uses 16 g CO2 cartridges. Chromed beer tap + adaptor for quick disconnect Solid chrome beer tap with special adapter to fit the 058.089.0 and 058.091.6 quick beer release fittings. Can be fitted directly onto the keg. 058.100.8 Art.no. 058.032.0 058.033.8 Description Party master flat fitting Party master cage fitting Art.no. 058.096.5 058.095.7 Description PICNIC tap + tube 15 cm + quick disconnect beer PICNIC tap BeerGun filling gun + accessory Kit This ingenious filling gun, which can be used with 1 hand, allows beer to be bottled without oxidation, thanks to the CO2 pre-filling. The ingenious design, which is similar to filling facilities using back-pressure, makes filling with almost no foaming possible! This set is delivered with all the necessary tubes and connectors. 058.085.8 CO2 regulator with 2 manometers 058.084.5 Solid pressure regulator for CO2, equipped with a pressure exit manometer of 0-3 bar and an input pressure manometer for content indication of the CO2 cylinder. With over-pressure protection. Directly adjustable exit pressure (0-3 bar). Connection: tube holder 8 mm. Y-piece with 2 outputs and CO2 stop taps Accessory for the pressure regulator, handy for double CO2 use (e.g. extra accessory for the BeerGun bottle filler 058.121.4 to connect the gas tube to the BeerGun and the beer barrel). Can be bought separately or mounted on the regulator 058.083.7. 058.121.4 058.083.7 CO2 regulator 3 bar with 2 outputs Regulator for normal CO2 use, 3 bar. With content indication and 2 outputs for double CO2, use (e.g. for the BeerGun bottle filler 058.121.4, for fixing the gas tube to the BeerGun and the beer barrel). Bleeder valve + manometer for soda-keg Handy for checking, and if necessary, reducing the CO2 content of your beer in the keg. For connection to the keg’s CO2 connector. With a tap to allow excess CO2 to escape and a manometer for checking the pressure. Manometer in PSI (10 psi = 0.69 bar). Range: 0-60 psi (0-4 bar). 058.097.3 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 155 058 CrafTap counter pressure filler PEGAS CrafTap® stainless steel counter pressure filler With the PEGAS CrafTap ® you can quickly transfer beer from beer kegs to all kinds of beer bottles without foaming. The PEGAS CrafTap ® is a unique system that allows you to adjust the amount of foam, this reduces the beer wastage to a maximum of 2 %. The advantages of the PEGAS CrafTap ®: • Foam-free, up to 2 litres per minute. • Suitable for a wide range of bottles. Content: 0.33 cl to 2 litres. Bottle neck diameter: 29 mm to 56.5 mm. Height: 250 mm to 400 mm. • Suitable for bottles in all colours thanks to a built-in light surface for level control. • Space saving: 350 x 350 mm on a counter in the bar or on a table in the brewery. • Easy to use. • CO2 pressure: between 1.5 and 2.5 bar. • 100-240 V. • Weight: 12 kg net. Art.no. 058.125.5 058.126.4 Description Pegas CrafTap® Pegas CraftPad All bottles are delivered WITHOUT closure! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 * The brown 75-cl swing top bottle has a combined closure (= for crown cap 26 mm and swing top). Crown cappers 020.041.0 EMILY and 020.040.8 GRETA are not suitable for this bottle. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 156 Art.no. 017.536.4 017.537.2 017.535.6 017.538.0 017.526.5 017.527.3 017.530.7 017.531.5 017.534.9 017.533.1 Description Beer bottle VICHY brown Beer bottle STEINIE brown Beer bottle NRW brown Beer bottle FRANKONIA brown Beer bottle BELGE brown cork Beer bottle BELGE brown crown cap Swing top bottle STEINIE brown Swing top bottle brown Swing top bottle brown* Swing top bottle white Capacity 33 cl 33 cl 50 cl 50 cl 75 cl 75 cl 33 cl 50 cl 75 cl 75 cl Closure Crown cap 26 mm Crown cap 26 mm Crown cap 26 mm Crown cap 26 mm Cork Crown cap 26 mm Swing top Swing top Swing top Swing top tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com #/pallet 2888 2640 2023 1904 1421 1421 2640 2112 1421 1407 Art.no./box 017.458.1 017.461.5 017.460.7 017.459.9 017.472.2 017.473.0 017.462.3 017.463.1 017.464.9 017.465.6 #/box 60 60 52 46 33 33 60 40 33 32 Measuring instruments for beer Manual CO2 meter Beer wort meter Gives the amount of extract in weight %. Range: 0-20%. Length: 22.5 cm. Needs a 100 ml glass beaker. Handy carbonic acid meter for determination of CO2 pressure in beer, water, etc. in crown capped bottles (0.25-0.7 l) and for monitoring the second fermentation. With pin that pierces the crown cap. Range: 0-6 bar. Division: 0.1 bar. Art.no. 059.025.7 059.027.3 059.026.5 Art.no. 059.005.9 Description For 26 mm For 29 mm Spare rubber CO2 meter Description Wort meter 0-20% Wort meter 0-20% + thermometer 059.006.7 059 Wort meters Accurate hydrometers for beer/ wort, with built-in thermometer. Scale in degrees PLATO. Division: 0.1 plato. Thermometer: 0-40 °C/0.1 °C with correction scale. Total length: 37 cm. 500 ml measuring glass required. Art.no. 059.020.8 059.021.6 059.022.4 Range 0 - 10 PLATO 10 - 20 PLATO 20 - 30 PLATO CO2 meter for swing top bottles Pressure meter for swingtop bottles. With manometer 0-2.5 bar. Made of anodised aluminium. 059.024.9 059.010.9 Iodine solution For the determination of starch in cooled wort! Add a few drops to a small separated amount of wort. If the colour turns blue or violet there’s still starch present. Only when no colour change occurs, it means that all the starch is converted. Content: 30 ml. CO2 slide ruler Thanks to this handy slide ruler it’s very easy to calculate the CO2 level in your beer, taking the temperature and pressure into account. Also essential for regulating the tap pressure on tap installations. pH strips To check the pH of juice, wine, beer, kombucha,... or for checking the acidity with the acidometer. Packed per 20 strips with built-in colour scale! Reading per 0.2/0.3 pH. 059.028.1 Hardness strips Determine the hardness of your brewing water yourselves. Easy to use: dip the strip in water, wait 1 minute and read the hardness! Graduation: 0/5/10/15/20/25 °D (German degrees). 10 strips per pack. Art.no. 013.071.6 013.072.4 013.073.2 013.074.0 013.075.7 Range pH 1-12 universal pH 2,8-4,6 wine/kombucha pH 3,8-5,5 beer pH 5,2-6,8 beer Division 1,0 pH 0,2 pH 0,2 pH 0,2 pH tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 157 059 Measuring instruments for beer Maintenance of a pH meter Your pH meter is a precision instrument. Proper use and adjustable maintenance are important if you are to enjoy it for a long time. Here are some things to look out for: • When you buy a pH meter, the electrode is probably dried out. Start by letting it soak in the appropriate storage solution for 4 hours. Also fill the cap that slides over the electrode with the same storage solution after use. This way, your electrode will keep on working properly for much longer. • To make a measurement, the pH meter must be calibrated first with a buffer solution. If the pH meter can only be calibrated at 1 point, use the buffer solution that is closest to your normal readings. • During calibration watch out that no ‘contamination’ of the buffer solution occurs – so never stick the electrode directly into the bottle, but pour a small quantity into a separate beaker instead and make the measurement in this beaker. After calibration, throw away the content of the beaker and do not return the liquid back into the bottle! • Prevent touching the electrode – never touch with your fingers. If you want to clean the electrode, do so only with a soft cloth without scrubbing. Digital dissolved oxigen meter DO-600 Digital DO meter for professional use, stick model for measuring the amount of dissolved oxygen in beer, wort, wine, etc. • Large display with DO and temperature reading. • Reading DO in % saturation, ppm concentration or mg/litre. • Built-in thermometer and ATC (automatic temperature compensation) (0-50 °C). • Automatic self-calibration of the electrode. • Salt and altitude correction possible. • Memory for 25 readings: DO and temperature. • Replaceable electrode and membrane. • DO range: 0-20 mg/l (ppm)/0-200 %. • Temperature range : 0-50 °C/32-122 °F. • Accuracy: ± 0.01 mg/l (ppm) / ± 0.1 %. • Water resistant cover (IP67). • Auto power off after 10 minutes. • Complete with protective cover for the electrode, replacement membrane, 4 Li-ion batteries CR2032. • 1 year warranty on the meter, 6 months warranty on the electrode. Art.no. 013.135.9 013.136.7 Description DO-600 Membrane kit (6pcs.) pH-meter PHscan30 Practical and precise pH meter in a water-resistant encasement. With a clear display and a replaceable electrode! • 2 points AUTO-calibration with push button (no screws!). • ATC = Automatic temperature corrections from 0 to 60 °C, with temperature indication. • Replaceable electrode. • Scale pH per 0.01 ph, accuracy ± 0.05 pH. • With HOLD function. • Auto power off after 8 min. • 3 LR44 button batteries (included). • Dimensions: 180 x 35 mm. Art.no. 013.115.1 013.116.9 158 Description pH meter PHSCAN30 Spare electrode for PHSCAN30 Precision pH meter PH110 Very precise state-of-the-art digital pH meter, stick model for professional use. With refillable electrode and the following unique features: • Built-in thermometer (°C/°F). • Automatic temperature corrections (ATC) from -5 °C to 90 °C. • Digital display of pH AND temperature with stabilisation indication. • Easy 2 or 3 points calibration with auto recognition of the calibration fluid. • Refillable, flat electrode. Also suitable for pH measuring of solids and semi-solids (skin, meat, cheese, etc). The electrode only has to be replaced if its damaged! Refilling the electrode expands it’s life span! • RENEW function: alerts when the electrode needs to be replaced. • CAL function: alerts when the electrode needs to be calibrated. • MEMORY for 15 readings: pH and temperature. • HOLD function. • Scale pH: 0.00-14.00 pH, 0-90 °C. • Scale temperature: -5-90 °C/25-194 °F. • Accuracy: ± 0.01 pH, ± 1 °C. • Water-resistant cover (IP67). • Auto power off after 10 min. • With protective cover for the electrode, electrode liquid, 4 Li-ion batteries CR2032. • 1 year warranty on the meter, 6 months warranty on the electrode. Art.no. Description 013.130.0 PH110 013.131.8 Electrode liquid PH110 pH calibration solutions Storage solution for pH electrodes Suitable for all electrodes. Prevents staining and degradation of the electrodes. Content: 50 ml. 013.084.8 For regular calibration of electronic pH meters. 2 types of solutions: • pH 4.01 • pH 7.01 Content per bottle: 100 ml. Art.no. 013.120.1 013.121.9 013.079.9 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Description Solution pH 7,01 Solution pH 4,01 Set: pH 7,01 + pH 4,01 Measuring instruments for beer 059 Digital refractometer 0-230 Oe + 0-50 Brix Determine the density of your liquids in 2 seconds! This digital refractometer is suitable for must, wort and juices. Delivered with a 9 volt battery. • Scale: 0 to 50 % Brix / 0 to 230 °Oechsle / 0 to 42 °kmw / 0 to 80 °C (32 to 176 °F). • Lecture: 0.1 % Brix / 1 °Oechsle / 0.1 °kmw / 0.1 °C (0.1 °F). • Precision: ±0.2 % Brix / ±1 °Oechsle/±0.2 °kmw /±0.3 °C (±0.5 °F). • Calibration: automatic with demi water . • Compensation of the temperature (ATC): automatic from 10-40 °C. • Measuring time: 1,5 seconds. • POWER SUPPLY: 9 V battery, sufficient for about 5000 measurings. • Weight: 420 grams. 013.042.7 Refractometer for beer Refractometers are optical precision instruments that determine the density of a liquid by the refractive index. Accurate yet simple to use: just place a few drops of liquid on the prism, point to a light source and you’ll have an immediately reading of the density. They are supplied with box, screwdriver for easy calibration and pipette. Reach: 0-18 °Plato. Graduation: 0.1 %. With ATC (automatic temperature correction). Thermometer with protective cover Large thermometer with a plastic protective cover with attachment hook. Ideal as a MASHING thermometer. Easy to take apart when it needs cleaning. With red alcohol scale for easy reading. Length: 28 cm. 013.045.0 Digital thermometer + alarm Digital thermometer with long separate stainless steel probe and 135 cm cord. With waterproof housing. Extensive measuring range: -50 °C tot +300 °C. Division: 0.1 °C. Reading in °C or °F. High and low alarm and min/max memory. Batteries included. 013.091.4 Thermometer Checktemp Dip Art.no. 013.089.8 092.011.6 013.160.7 092.010.8 Description -10/+110 °C mash 0/+50 °C cheese & butter Spare thermometer for 013.089.8 Spare thermometer for 092.011.6 Digital thermometer with a clear display and a built-in calibration at 0 °C. Equipped with a special encased SST sensor which can be submerged entirely. Range: -20 up to +100 °C. Scale: 0.1 °C. Precision: ± 0,3 °C. Wire length: 3 meters. AAA battery included. Thermometer strip with liquid crystals, 0-32 °C Self-adhesive thermometer with liquid crystals that display the correct fermentation temperature continuously. Uses NO batteries! Large temperature range: 0-32 °C. Doesn’t come in contact with the liquid and no risk of glass breakage. Indispensable for the every home brewer and winemaker. Length: 20,5 cm. beakers 44 013.096.3 013.165.6 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 159 061 Books brewing beer ‘Brewing beer for beginners’ Martin Hofhuis. In this step by step theoretical and practical guide the whole brewing process is explained. Available in 4 languages. 061.006.3 - Bierbrouwen voor beginners (47 blz.) 061.045.1 - Brewing beer for beginners (48 blz.) 061.046.9 - Bierbrauen für Anfänger (56 blz.) 061.047.7 - Le brassage pour débutants (56 blz.) ‘Verander water in bier’ Adrie Otte This Dutch book will show you how to brew a tasty beer at home. As the learning process continues, the author is able to answer any question you could ever encounter. This book provides you with the most modern insights on how to brew the best beer at home. With some very good recipes. 184 pages. 061.048.5 - Verander water in bier 160 ‘Logboek voor de bierbrouwer’ Jan Van Schaik Record all your brewing data and never forget a recipe! Dutch. 061.008.9 - Logboek voor de bierbrouwer ‘De Praktijkbrouwer’ Gilbert Baetslé Scientific approach of all the different stages of the brewing process. For professionals as well as amateurs in search of more knowledge to refine their product. Prof. Gilbert Baetslé is an authority in the field of brewery technologies. With calculating program on CD-rom. Dutch. 310 pages. 061.013.9 - De Praktijkbrouwer ‘Faites votre bière’ J.A. Chandon No-nonsense, French language booklet that explains the making of beer in a clear and simple manner. 48 pages. 061.017.0 - Faites votre bière ‘La fabrication de la bière’ Jean Sunier. This French book gives you a general image of beer brewing. The basic principles and practice of the brewing process are closely looked at, as well as the malt process, the filling of beer bottles and barrels, etc. Learn more about bacteriology and quality control of your beer. 238 pages. 061.015.4 - La fabrication de la bière tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com ‘Bierbrouwen doe je zelf’ Jean-François Simard. This Dutch (269 pages) book contains everything you need to know about brewing beer with malt extract or grains. What materials to use, the choise of ingredients, brewing methods, etc. With several recipes. Also available in French 271 pages). 061.044.4 - Bier brouwen doe je zelf 061.043.6 - Comment faire de la bonne bière chez soi ‘Die Hefe in der Brauerei’ Prof. Dr. G. Annemüller Dr. H-J. Manger Dr. Peter Lietz THE German reference book on yeast management, yeast cultures and yeast propagation in breweries. 424 pages, 136 tables, 176 illustrations. 061.012.1 - Die Hefe in der Brauerei Books brewing beer ‘Technology brewing and malting’ Wolfgang Kunze. A German book by origin that became THE reference for brewers worldwide. Every aspect of brewing is explained in a clear and practical manner: malting, fermentation, maturation, ingredients, brewery machines and techniques. All illustrated with more than 800 pictures. Indispensable for every professional brewer! 1117 pages (German book), 1057 pages (English book). Hard cover. ‘Bierbrauen für jedermann’ Michael Hlatky Very successful German book with valuable information for the home brewer and a glance into the professional world. 155 pages with numerous colour photographs, sketches and drawings. 16.5 x 22 cm, hardcover. 061.030.3 - Bierbrauen für jedermann 061.010.5 - Technologie brauer und mälzer 061.011.3 - Technology brewing and malting ‘First steps in yeast culture’ Pierre Rajotte Illustrated instruction manual. From the creation of a culture medium to the propagation of beer yeast. The emphasis not only lays on correct lab procedures but also on adapting them to the homebrewer. Homebrewers follo-wing the demonstrated tips and techniques will discover a remarkable improvement of quality. Also commercial brewers will benefit from reading this book. 157 pages. In English. 061.018.8 - First steps in yeast culture ‘Gutes Bier selbst gebrauen’ Hubert Hanghofer One of the best German books on homebrewing. All the steps of the brewing process are clearly explained. 18 beer recipes included. 135 pages, with clear colour photos. 061.033.7 -Gutes Bier selbst gebrauen 061 ‘Heimbrauen für Fortgeschrittene’ Rudolph Hagen Excellent German language book for grain brewers. Very complete and well arranged contents. Thanks to its numerous graphics and tables it’s also a useful reference book. With a few basic recipes. 128 pages. 061.034.5 - Heimbrauen für Fortgeschrittene The available languages are mentioned below the text. ‘Farmhouse ales’ Phil Markowski This English language book provides you with plenty of information about the Walloon ‘saison’ beers and the French ‘bière de garde’ beers. Also specialties like, e.g. ‘grisette’, ‘bière de mars’ and ‘bière de Noel’ are discussed. Discover how to brew these tasty, often spicy and fruity ales. 198 pages. 061.023.8 - Farmhouse ales ‘Brew like a monk’ Stan Hieronymus Discover the rich flavours of the monastic specialties. This English language book makes it perfectly possible to brew your own delicious Trappist, abbey beer or a strong Belgian ale and explains how these worldknown styles are brewed. Special focus on Trappist beers. Essential information about yeast types, brewing methods and ingredients used by brewers worldwide. 272 pages. 061.024.6 - Brew like a monk ‘Wild brews’ Jeff Sparrow Explore the world of lambic, Flemish red and brown beers as well as comparable American beers! A detailed description of the brew and fermentation methods used for brewing these highly flavoured beers. The maturation in oak barrels, the blending and the use of fruit in spontaneous fermentation will be discussed. A whole new world of aromas and scents will open up to you. English language. 315 pages. 061.025.3 - Wild brews tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 161 061 Books brewing beer ‘Designing great beers’ Ray Daniels This English language book contains 2 parts that will show you the way to designing your own recipes. Part one discusses what various ingredients can do for you and gives you the tools to help you achieve your brewing goals. Part 2 examines specific beer styles to help you understand how they are defined and what special ingredients or techniques must be used to brew a representative example. 480 pages. 061.026.1 - Designing great beers ‘The brewers handbook’ Ted Goldammer An introduction to brewing beer and also gives a balanced, reasonably detailed account of every major aspect of the brewing process. This book not only discusses brewing beer on a large-scale commercial basis but it has made every effort to address beer brewing practices typically used by craft brewers. 496 pages. In English. 061.027.9 - The Brewer’s handbook ‘The ultimate almanac of world beer recipes’ English book written by well-known brewing industry journalist and consultant Horst Dornbusch with the support of Weyermann ® Malting Company, the Barth-Haas Group and SCHULZ brew systems. Filled with authentic recipes. Does not only include recipes of well-known beer types like Pale Ale, Pilsner, Porter and Stout but also lesser-known beer types like Bière de Mars, German Porter, Braggot, Belgian Stout, etc. Every recipe contains a short description, the main features, a list of the used grains and the hop protocols. 244 pages. ‘Hop lovers guide’ Brochure published by the well-known American magazine BREW YOUR OWN. Full of information about growing, buying, storing and using hop and how to calculate the bitterness. With do-it-yourself projects and techniques to give your beer a big hop blast. 36 recipes and very clear and handy overview charts covering 83 different hop varieties! 72 pages. In English. 061.028.7 - Hop lover’s guide 061.035.2 - The ultimate almanac of world beer recipes The available languages are mentioned below the text. ‘250 classic clone recipes’ Clone your favourite commercial beer with the help of this very extensive and interesting brochure, published by the well-known American magazine BREW YOUR OWN. With 250 recipes, with a mix of malt and grain extract from 14 different countries. Each recipe comes with an all malt alternative. All recipes indexed by type, country, name and brewery. 126 pages. In English. 061.029.5 - 250 classic clone recipes ‘Bierposter: bieren van Nederland’ Nice and decoractive poster showing the most important beers of the Netherlands! Dimensions: 99 x 69,5 cm. 061.005.5 - Bieren van Nederland 162 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Liqueur liqueur n. fine drink from alcohol, aromatic substances and sugar 080 Dosage 1% Liqueur extracts Alcoferm® 100 ml is for 10 litres 2% 5 litres 4% 2,5 litres 5% 2 litres Alcoferm ® natural extracts Natural extracts that can be used for liqueur making or as a taste improver for wines and beers. The amount of extract to use when making liqueur: e.g. 1% = 1 litre extract for 100 l of liqueur. With a liqueur recipe on every bottle. * add to personal taste. Type Amaretto Pear Williams Black currant Vermouth Grand mariner Cognac Whisky Jenever Pisang Port Raspberry Hunting master Rum Gin Triple sec Chartreuse green Vodka Antverpia Calvados Pastis Campamaro Mandarine Pineapple Apple Red currant Cherry 164 Dosage 2% 2% 5% 1% 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% 1% 5% 2% 1% 2% 1% 2% 1% 2% 5% 4% 5% 5% 2% 1% 1% * 100 ml 023.410.4 023.412.0 023.415.3 023.425.2 023.455.9 023.460.9 023.465.8 023.470.8 023.475.7 023.480.7 023.485.6 023.525.9 023.530.9 023.535.8 023.565.5 023.570.5 023.575.4 023.585.3 023.590.3 023.605.9 023.610.9 023.635.6 023.645.5 023.650.5 023.655.4 023.660.4 1l 023.411.2 023.413.8 023.416.1 023.426.0 023.456.7 023.461.7 023.466.6 023.471.6 023.476.5 023.481.5 023.486.4 023.526.7 023.531.7 023.536.6 023.566.3 023.571.3 023.576.2 023.586.1 023.591.1 023.606.7 023.611.7 023.636.4 023.646.3 023.651.3 023.656.2 023.661.2 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Liqueur extracts Lick 080 Lick natural extracts With the Lick natural aromas you can make your own spirits and liqueurs at home. They are prepared from natural fruit and plant extracts and contain no chemical colourings or preservatives at all. You can also use the Lick extracts in all sorts of delicious culinary dishes: desserts, pastries, yoghurts, etc. With a liqueur recipe on every bottle. Content of the bottle : 20 ml, enough for 1 litre of liqueur. Type Abricot Advokaat Amaretto Amer français Anis français Anisette de bordeaux Banane Cacao Cassis Cerise Cherry brandy Citron Crème de noisette Crème de whisky Curaçao blanc Curaçao bleu Eau vie de grain Elixir de brabo Elixir des ardennes Elixir d’or Fine à l’orange Fine charentaise Fine mandarine Fraise des bois Framboise Fruits tropicaux Gin Grande liq. vermeille Grappa High select whisky Kirsch Kiwi Liqueur de coco Commercial type Abricot bols Amer Picon Pastis, Pernod Marie Brisard Baileys Elexir d’Anvers Elexir de Spa Eau de vie de Dantzig Mandarine Armagnac Grand marnier Art.no. 080.002.9 080.006.0 080.007.8 080.008.6 080.004.5 080.012.8 080.014.4 080.018.5 080.020.1 080.021.9 080.022.7 080.025.1 080.074.8 080.031.8 080.026.8 080.028.4 080.032.6 080.034.2 080.036.7 080.038.3 080.078.9 080.040.9 080.041.7 080.045.8 080.042.5 080.039.1 080.046.6 080.048.2 080.049.0 080.050.8 080.052.4 080.053.2 080.054.0 Type Liqueur de poire Liq. de violette Liq. jaune des moines Liq. l’abbaye d’Alerne Liq. verte des moines Mandarine Marasquin Marc de bourgogne Menthe blanche Menthe verte Mirabelle Mokatine Noisette-noyau Old whisky Peche de vigne Pisang Poire-cognac Pomme normande Punch au rhum Quetsch Rhum blanc Schiedam Tequila Triple sec Vanille Verveine Vieille fine superieur Vieux genièvre Vieux rhum Vip whisky Vodka Zeste de citron Commercial type Poire Williams Chartreuse Jaune Bénédectine Chartreuse verte Mandarine Napoleon Calvados Bacardi Cointreau Cognac Art.no. 080.082.1 080.061.5 080.060.7 080.056.5 080.058.1 080.066.4 080.062.3 080.064.9 080.067.2 080.068.0 080.070.6 080.072.2 080.075.5 080.080.5 080.081.3 080.083.9 080.084.7 080.019.3 080.088.8 080.089.6 080.092.0 080.094.6 080.095.3 080.096.1 080.097.9 080.100.1 080.102.7 080.044.1 080.104.3 080.105.0 080.106.8 080.023.5 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 165 080 Alembics Distilling and the law In most countries distilling water, essential oils, etc. is permitted. In most European countries, distilling alcohol is only permitted subject to an excise license. In some European countries, even possession of distilling equipment or an alembic without a permit is not allowed. When buying one of these devices, or if you want to distil alcohol, you must comply with the applicable legislation in your country. Alembic with thermometer Decorative and functional alembic for hobby use and for distillation demonstration of essential oils, water and herb distillates, etc. • Mounted on a wooden base. • With thermometer, alcohol burner and dripping cup. • Hermetically sealed construction. Art.no. Capacity 025.110.0 3 litres 025.111.8 5 litres Model alterations reserved Decorative alembic A marvellous range of alembics made out of hand-beaten copper. The original design of the well-known alembics speaks to everybody’s imagination and can now find a place in your hobby room. Sold only for decorational purposes. Art.no. Capacity 025.120.9 1,5 litres 025.122.5 10 litres 025.123.3 20 litres 025.124.1 50 litres distilling columns 47 Industrial alembic Hand-beaten copper alembic intended for professional use. Constructed with welded seams and screw connectors on the condensate pipe for a perfect joint. With a generously dimensioned cooling tank with cooling water inlet and outlet and a special tip-frame to make it easy to tip the still pots without damaging the copper work. Thickness of the copper work: 1.3 mm. 166 Art.no. Capacity WxDxH 025.129.0 200 litres 180 x 90 x 170 cm 025.130.8 500 litres 190 x 105 x 180 cm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Distilling kettle Super & liqueur additives 080 Destilling kettle Super • • • • • • • • • Professional double-walled distilling kettle. Gas or electrical heating. Indirect heating by water bath. Prevents pulp burning. Enables perfect temperature control. Cooling unit with discs. Alcohol outlet with S-trap: constant control possible. Fitted with heat-resistant rubber seals. Safety valve for excess pressure. Art.no. 025.139.0 025.140.8 025.141.6 025.134.9 025.135.7 025.136.5 Type SUPER 25 SUPER 25 SUPER 25 SUPER 125 SUPER 125 SUPER 125 Heating Natural gas Butane/propane Electric Natural gas Butane/propane Electric Useful content 20 litres 20 litres 20 litres 100 litres 100 litres 100 litres WxDxH 110 x 55 x 130 cm 110 x 55 x 130 cm 110 x 55 x 130 cm 210 x 110 x 200 cm 210 x 110 x 200 cm 210 x 110 x 200 cm Weight 40 kg 40 kg 40 kg 120 kg 120 kg 120 kg Special delivery conditions This truck means that there are special conditions regarding delivery times and transport costs. For more information you can contact our customer service: firstname.lastname@example.org. Alcopur Anti-foam Silicon-based product. Prevents foam formation during distillation. Totally odourless, tasteless and completely neutral. Art.no. 006.010.3 006.012.9 006.013.7 Content 100 ml 1l 5 kg Special adsorbent minerals used for harmonising the bouquet of drink-ready liqueurs and spirits. Removes the raw aromas of freshly distilled liqueur. Sufficient for 10-20 litres of liqueur. Use: Add to liqueur/alcohol, stir gently and let it react for 1-3 days, while periodically tasting. Siphon when the desired result is achieved. ALCOPUR does not dissolve in alcohol/liquor, so can easily be removed! Art.no. 006.134.0 006.135.8 Content 5g 50 g 001.240.1 TURBO-8 yeast Complete yeast mixture with special yeast and nutrients for fermenting 25 litres water + 8 kg sugar in 5 days to 18 % vol. Delivers a pure product with few fermentation by-products. Ideal for liqueurmakers. Cannot be incremented (i.e. 10 packets in 250 l wort) unless rigorous temperature control and cooling can be guaranteed. Content: 115 g. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 167 081 Additives for liqueur & rum pots Ethyl alcohol Pure ethyl alcohol, ideal for making your own liqueurs. No shipment outside Belgium! Colouring agents for food Specially for liqueurs, confectioneries, cocktails, etc. Liquid. No shipment possible of 5-litre packaging by packaging service! Art.no. 081.001.0 081.002.8 Content 500 ml 5l Porcelain mortar Made from solid, kiln-fired porcelain. Ideal for grinding herbs and spices. With pestle. Rough interior for maximum ‘grip’ during grinding. Smooth, polished exterior. Art.no. 086.012.2 086.014.8 Colour Blue Raspberry red Brown Yellow 25 ml 083.310.3 083.315.2 083.320.2 083.325.1 1l 083.311.1 083.316.0 083.321.0 083.326.9 Colour Green Orange Carmine Violet 25 ml 083.330.1 083.335.0 083.345.9 083.355.8 1l 083.331.9 083.336.8 083.346.7 083.356.6 Aquastill water distiller If you want to use the clearest, germfree water to cook your meals, to dilute your liqueurs, to start up your yeasts or for filling your iron; distilled water is your perfect ‘source’. Unfortunately distilling of water was a large and even dangerous job in the past. However, thanks to the automatic water distiller AQUASTILL everybody can produce clear water at any time and everywhere: at home, at the camping, etc. It cannot get easier: poor water in the appliance, activate and wait. After a few hours your water will be distilled completely, without impurities and bacteria’s ready for use. 220 V/750 W. Content: 3,5 litres. Thanks to the stepless adjustable thermostat with a large range this water distiller has got many other applications: • Distilling essentials oils. • As bain-marie. • As a yoghurt maker. • As a small yeast cultivation unit! Diameter 13 cm 16 cm 025.145.7 Making your own rum pot, Is easy and not bound by a strict recipe. All kinds of fruit can be processed. The most commonly used are: strawberries, cherries, raspberry and blackberries, currants, abricots and peaches, plums, grapes, pears, apples and pineapple. There are a few basic rules you need to take into account: • Only use clean, washed and leaked fruit. • Sprinkle 250 g of sugar per 500 g of fruit over your chosen fruit and let it rest for 1 hour. • Use rum or a neutral alcohol of at least 50 % vol. and make sure to keep a 2 cm high layer of alcohol above the fruit. Use a small dish to keep the fruit under. • Close the rum pot with plastic foil to avoid alcohol evaporation and loss of aroma. • Your rum pot is ready 3 months after you added the last layer of fruit. Cheers! 100.007.4 5-litre rum pots Large 5-litre pots with 4 different designs. 168 Art.no. 100.011.6 100.012.4 100.013.2 100.014.0 Description Rum pot APPLE Rum pot GRAPE Rum pot PEAR Rum pot RUSTIKA Natursaft ® 3-litre rum pots Hand engraved beige rum pot. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Herbs for liqueur 083 Herbs for liqueur Herborifarm herbs can be used for all sorts of preparations. The list below indicates a few of many herb that are very suitable for making delicious liqueur. A complete list is available upon request. Replace the ‘x’ after the number by 1 for 100 g; 2 for 250 g; 3 for 1 kg packs. E.U. = external use. Art.no. 150.032 150.045 150.454 150.273 150.277 150.288 150.285 150.528 150.283 150.870 150.327 150.324 150.320 150.603 150.592 150.165 150.184 150.108 150.247 150.263 150.265 023.350.2 Beerenburger herbs For making your own digestive bitter. Content: 70 g. Recipe included. Type Anise fruit Basil destemmed Black papper grains Calamus root cut Camomile Caraway fruit Cardamom fruit Celery seed Cinnamon bark ceylan Cinnamon sticks Clove whole Coriander fruit Cumin fruit Elder flower Fennel fruit Fenugreek fruit Gentiana root cut Ginger root Hyssop herb cut Jasmine flower Juniper berry Art.no. 150.336 150.347 150.105 150.108 150.647 150.432 150.434 150.920 150.498 150.456 150.509 150.001 150.538 150.678 150.557 150.569 150.356 150.118 150.585 150.452 Swedish herbs Following the original recipe of Maria Treben. For preparing 1.5 l small Swedish herb bitters. Art.no. 023.360.1 023.362.7 Description Original recipe Without camphor Type Laurel leaf Lavender flower Lemon balm Lemon peal cut Liquorice root cut Orange peel bitter cut Orange peel sweet cut Peppermint leaf cut Rhubarb root Rose pepper grains Rosemary leaf cut Sage leaf Saint john's wort Speculaas Star anise fruit whole E.U. Thyme herb Tilia flower cut (lime tree) Turmeric root powder Valerian root cut White pepper grains muntok Glühwein herbs Original composition for making your own delicious mulled wine or ‘grogg’. Dosage: 10-20 g/litre. Art.no. 023.355.1 023.357.7 Description Bag 100 g 20 tea bags tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 169 085 Books liqueur ‘150 likeurrecepten’ Ad Coumou This handy Dutch book contains a treasure of delicious recipes to make a total of 150 liqueurs from flowers, herbs, dried aromatics, fruits, nuts, ethereal oils, etc. From Poire Williams to walnuts to all kinds of ratafias, but also limoncella, coffee liqueur, punches, etc. too many to mention. Besides that, you get a clear and simple explanation about the basic principles of making liqueur. An essential book for every liqueur fan. 88 pages. ‘Kleinschalig destilleren en likeurmaken’ Ad Coumou Basic work with a complete and clear description of the overall distillation proces. Detailed chapter with spreadsheets to calculate the amount of alcohol, the alcohol percentage, etc. With many liqueur recipes. 170 pages. With CD-ROM. Only in Dutch. ‘Zelf likeuren bereiden’ Ad Coumou The most complete Dutch language book for the liqueur maker with a wealth of information. Written by Ad Coumou, an experienced liqueur maker. THE standard work, with a multitude of recipes, discussions on techniques and descriptions of more than 100 aromatics. A4-size. 194 pages. 085.013.1 - Kleinschalig destilleren en likeurmaken 085.015.7 - Zelf likeuren bereiden ‘Ansatzschnäpse’ ‘Whisky selbstgebrannt’ ‘Faites vos apéritifs et vos liqueurs’ J.A. Chandon No-nonsense French language booklet explaining the basic skills for the preparation of liqueurs and aperitifs. 48 pages. 085.010.7 - 150 Faites vos apéritifs et vos liqueurs 085.012.3 - 150 likeurrecepten ‘Schnapsbrennen’ Jozef Pischl. The top-selling German book on distilling. With chapters on raw materials, fermentation, distilling, determining alcohol content, bringing up to drinking strength, clarification and filtering, etc. 178 pages. Walter Gaigg. German book with more than 90 recipes for liqueurs from flowers, herbs, fruit, etc. With colour photos. 149 pages. 085.003.2 - Ansatzschnäpse 085.002.4 - Schnapsbrennen Peter Jäger The first part describes various whisky types: their origin, specific characteristics and production processes. The second part is a clear and very complete instruction guide for the home whisky distiller. All aspects, from ingredients to legislation are well covered. Numerous colour illustrations. Only in German. 116 pages. 085.004.0 - Whisky selbstgebrannt The available languages are mentioned below the text. 170 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com ‘Obstbrennerei heute’ Tanner/Brunner Very detailed German book for the professional distiller. 249 pages. 085.011.5 - 150 Obstbrennerei heute Cheese cheese n. 1. 2. food a. a solid food prepared from the pressed curd of milk, often seasoned and aged. b. a molded mass of this substance. Something resembling this substance in shape or consistency. 090 Making cheese Starters kit cheese Bag for curd cheese Ideal for the starting cheese maker. Contains: • 2 cheese moulds 550 g. • 2 cheese cloths 35/35 cm. • Curd cutter. • English book: ‘Making artisan cheese’. • Pocket thermometer -50/+150 °C. • Bottle of rennet: 50 ml. • Cheese culture. For draining curds. In fine, very strong temperature resistant nylon. Sewn to accommodate a drawstring. Can also be used as a fine meshed filtering bag! Art.no. 090.023.3 090.024.1 Description 25 x 35 cm ( W x H) 33 x 48 cm ( X x H) On rol, width 150 cm, price per meter 090.021.7 Art.no. 090.009.NL 090.009.FR 090.009.EN 090.009.DE Language Dutch French (without book) English German Cheese cloths In cotton. Universal use as a cheese cloth, filtering cloth, covering cloth for fermenting bins, hop bag, etc. Cheese labels Neutral model, 80/85 mm, brown coloured. To be ‘glued’ on with the cheese coating. Design Cow Goat Cheese presses 10 pieces 090.193.4 090.194.2 Wooden cheese presses for hobby use. With lever. For pressing hard cheeses. • Single cheese press W x H: 42,5 x 50 cm. For moulds up to 16 cm. • Double cheese press W x H: 82 x 55 cm. For moulds up to 19 cm. Art.no. 090.012.6 090.028.2 172 090.038.1 Dimensions 35 x 35 cm 50 x 50 cm 75 x 75 cm 105 x 105 cm On rol, width 150 cm, price per meter Professional SST single cylindrical press on feet. By using 4 press cylinders available separately - and 1 press plate it can press up to 24 x 1 kg cheese tubs with one stamp (supplied) at the same time. Dimensions: 50 x 100 x 170 cm. Plate dimensions: 43 x 59 cm. Also available in double and triple versions. Description Single cheese press Doubl cheese press WxL 9 x 14,5 cm 11 x 26 cm 12 x 32 cm 16 x 48 cm Number 5 3 2 1 Large cheese press Curd cutters Art.no. 090.100.9 090.103.3 090.104.1 090.102.5 100 pieces 090.195.9 090.196.7 Art.no. 090.105.8 090.106.6 090.107.4 090.108.2 Material Plastic / SST Plastic SST SST tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Art.no. 090.320.3 090.321.1 090.322.9 Description SST cheese press Press tube 6 x 1 kg Press plate 40 x 40 cm Making cheese Cheese mat Cheese mould for hard cheese For draining/maturing cheeses. Art.no. 090.098.5 With cheese cloth. Plastic. Content: 550 gram. Description 20 x 20 cm On rol, width 100 cm, price per meter 090.095.1 Cheese knife Professional model, curved design. With two handles. Stainless steel blade. Art.no. 090.120.7 090.121.5 090 090.003.5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Length 15 cm 38 cm Cheese moulds for soft cheese Cheese moulds for the preparation of soft curd cheeses. Milk bucket In stainless steel. Capacity: 15 litres. 090.125.6 Milk funnel Aluminium. Diameter: 33 cm. With 2 sieves. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Art.no. 090.421.9 090.425.0 090.424.3 090.417.7 090.419.3 090.415.1 090.075.3 090.450.8 090.451.6 090.452.4 090.406.0 090.423.5 090.080.3 090.093.6 090.092.8 090.071.2 Type Roquefort Roquefort Reblochon Small basket French Basket middle French Round cup Square pyramide Caciotta 250 g Caciotta 1kg Ricotta 1,5 kg Cup 150 ml Cup 200 ml Brique Gouda 1kg without net Gouda 450 g without net Disposable cup 100 ml Type n° 3524 3859 4069 3700 3709 3772 3343 p45330 p45360 p61000 n° 6 n° 7 n° 0 Ø top x Ø bottom x H 190 x 180 x 93 mm 210 x 210 x 90 mm 135 x 135 x 65 mm 115 x 90 x 82 mm 145 x 110 x 93 mm 74 x 69 x 40 mm 85 x 57 x 80 mm 90 x 81 x 52 mm 145 x 128 x 73 mm 180 x 90 x 110 mm 60 x 50 x 54 mm 70 x 60 x 60 mm 162 x 150 x 72 mm 161 x 155 x 95 mm 122 x 113 x 73 mm 60 x 50 x 55 mm Kadova plastic cheese moulds Professional high quality cheese forms, used in cheese factories. With net, so no cheese cloth is needed. Rinsing/cleaning at max. 40 °C. All parts can be delivered separately. Art.no. 090.130.6 090.131.4 090.135.5 Description Funnel Sieve for funnel 33 cm Filter pads Ø 20 cm, 200 pcs. Art.no. 090.042.3 090.043.1 090.044.9 090.045.6 Description 450 g round 1 kg round 1,5 up to 2,5 kg round 3 up to 3,5 kg round Art.no. 090.046.4 090.052.2 090.053.0 090.054.8 Description 4 to 5 kg round 2 to 2,5 kg rectangular 2,5 to 3 kg rectangular 4 to 4,5 kg rectangular tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 173 090 Making butter Manual butter churn Tabletop butter churn Would you like to make your own butter? This butter churn with glass jar makes it very easy for you and at a reasonable price. Instructions included. Capacity: 1.6 litres. Very solid butter churn for churning cream. Operational capacity is 50 % of total capacity. With powerful electric motor of 450 watt, 230 volt, with 3 speeds. Transparent lid to check the progress. With opening for adding water, ingredients, etc. 1 1 2 2 Art.no. 090.153.8 090.154.6 (manual) 090.152.0 090.145.4 Capacity 10 litres 10 litres 30 litres Making your own butter Pour raw milk into flat dishes and put them in a cool place (flat dishes to facilitate skimming and cold so the milk fat is released more easily). After about 12 hours the cream can be carefully skimmed off. Heat the cream up to 90 °C (don’t boil) and cool down quickly to 15-17 °C (not higher). When the cream has cooled, add ½ litre of buttermilk or starter per litre cream. Put the mixture in a cool place for about 20 hours. A souring process will have occurred during this time after which you can start churning. The temperature may not be higher than 17 °C. If you don’t have a butter churn you could use a glass bottle (keep the cream in motion by shaking it thoroughly). This motion will cause the fat particles to collide and clots will be formed. It will look like the cream is curdling. Place the bottle or churn in a cool place once the butter clots become clearly visible. The clots will rise to the surface and can be strained. Wash the butter several times in a strainer with cold water to remove the last protein residues. Knead the clots of butter into a homogeneous mass in which no loose liquid should be visible any more (you can add some salt if you want). Your butter is ready! Pasteurising kettles Professional kettles with an isolated wall, powerful heating elements, central mixer and digital thermostat, all in a full stainless steel construction. Can be used as batch-pasteurisers for pasteurised milk or cheese making. The double wall allows cooling water to run through, accelerating the cooling process of the milk. Tiltable vessel with tap, 2-part lid and movable frame. Powerful heating element with digital thermostat. Several options possible: curd cutting sytem for cheese-making, filter bottom, programmable thermostat, etc. Electric milk skimmer Quality milk skimmer with an electronically controlled motor. The motor starts slowly and only goes at full speed after 20 seconds. This assures a much longer life span. Very high quality at a good price! Art.no. 090.181.9 090.183.5 090.189-1 090.189-2 090.189-3 174 Description Milk skimmer 60 l / hour Milk skimmer 125 l / hour Brush for milk skimmer Key for milk skimmer Rubber ring for milk skimmer Art.no. 090.370.50 090.370.100 090.370.200 090.370.300 090.370.400 090.370.500 090.370.650 090.370.800 090.370.1000 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com Capacity Heat capacity 50 litres 6 kW 100 litres 10 kW 200 litres 18 kW 300 litres 20 kW 400 litres 30 kW 500 litres 30 kW 650 litres 45 kW 800 litres 45 kW 1000 litres 45 kW Making yoghurt 091 YOferm yoghurt machine Yoghurt culture Freeze dried culture of superior quality. Make a soft, natural yoghurt in 6-8 hours at 47 °C. Can be re-cultivated many times (keep 2 or 3 tablespoons in the refrigerator for the next time you want to prepare yoghurt). Art.no. 091.055.4 091.050.5 Description For 1 litre of milk Voor 250 litres of milk Make your own yoghurt with the Lactoferm ® yoghurt machine. The YOferm yoghurt machine will automatically start the cooling process after fermentation. This avoids interruption of the maturation process. Afterwards you can place the milk cup in the refrigerator whenever it suits you! You can add all sorts of ingredients to your yoghurt, such as fruit, syrups, sweeteners, herbs, etc. • Sober and elegant design. • Safe and energy saving: only 55 watt. • Temperature automatically increases until max. 38 °C and then remains constant. • With timer. • With memory for fermentation period. • With handy storage and fresh keeping function: temperature decreases until 6 °c and then remains constant. • 1,5 Litre capacity. • W x D x H: 24,5 x 18 x 25 cm. • 220 V / 50 hz. • + 1 Free lactoferm ® yoghurt culture for 1 litre of yoghurt. • + Yoferm milk cup by lactoferm ® that fits perfectly into your fridge (also available separately). Cheese culture Freeze dried culture of superior quality. Acidifies the milk needed to prepare cheese, soft curd cheese and butter. 1 litre ‘mother culture’ is enough for acidifying 100 litres of milk! This mother culture can easily be frozen in small portions (e.g. 10 ml) for later use. Art.no. Description 091.056.2 For 1 litre culture 091.051.3 Straight inoculation of 100 l milk 091.052.1 Straight inoculation of 500 l milk Art.no. 090.175.1 090.176.9 Description Yoferm yoghurt machine Yoferm spare cup 091.058.8 Kefir culture Freeze dried culture of superior quality. Can be compared to the so called ‘kefir grains’ and makes 1 litre of kefir based on milk. Can be re-cultivated many times. Does not grow ‘grains’, but it does produce kefir. 091.060.4 Bifidus culture Freeze dried culture with bifidum bacteria of superior quality. For growing your own tasty, natural and living bifidus yoghurt. Known for its healthy benefits. Sufficient for 1 litre of bifidus yoghurt. Can be re-cultivated many times. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 175 Making soymilk 091 Make your own soy milk, nut milk, almondmilk, rice milk, etc. For a long time soy milk was known as the vegan drink alternative to cow’s milk, but those days are long gone. More and more people – e.g. lactose intolorants – are searching for alternatives to the classic milk of animal origin. Fortunately there are several options: nowadays you can find milk products made from soy beans, nuts, almonds, oats, rice and other grains. All these drinks can serve as an equal alternative (contact your GP in case of doubts). Nut and grain milk aren’t only very tasty and healthy to drink, the remaining paste can be processed in all sorts of dishes. When you are a regular user of these alternative products, you should consider buying your own milk maker because commercial milk varieties are easily sold for € 2 - € 3 per litre, while homemade milk costs just a fraction of that amount. With 1 kg of soybeans you can make 10-15 litres of your own soy milk! Besides, you can even adjust the preparation to your personal taste by combining and adding several grains and nuts. Soy milk maker Making your own milk from soy beans, nuts, almonds, oats and rice is a child’s game with this electric soy milk maker. • With a large sst 1,5 litres cup. • Comes with full automatic microprocessor controlled preparation with preparation (20 min. for soy milk) • A powerful motor (240 watt) and a heating element (750 watt). • Can also be manually adjusted for using your own recipes. • Easy to clean thanks to the removable SST fine filter. • With 2 filters. • 2 Year warranty. 123.140.6 Recipy 5 beans soy milk What do you need? • Soyferm sojadrankmaker • 40 g of soya beans • 10 g of black soya beans • 10 g of snap beans • 10 g of peas, pignuts • 1 litre of water How do you proceed? 1. Soak the 5 beans for 6-8 hours and wash them so they are ready for use. 2. Put the 5 beans into the screen-inner and add water to the stainless steel tank. Start the machine. After 10 minutes, you will hear several alarms, informing you that the soya bean milk has been boiled and is ready for use. Enjoy! Beneficial effects? Nourishes the liver and the kidneys, prevents aging, resists cancer, strengthens the immunity and protect the cardiovascular system. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 177 091 Additives for dairy Beta carotene 0.3% Natural, oil-soluble colourant E160a for butter. Concentration: 0.3 %. Store in a cool dark place. Content: 1 litre. Cheese and butter herbs Ready-to-use herb mixtures, unsalted, ready for use. For herb cheeses, fresh cheeses (Boursin type), etc. 091.239.4 Rennet liquid Highly concentrated = 1/10,000. Store refrigerated! Dosage for soft curd cheese: 1 drop/l. Dosage for white and hard cheese: 4-6 drops/l. Art.no. 091.002.6 091.001.8 091.003.4 091.005.9 091.012.5 Cheese colouring Natural, water soluble colourant E160b for cheese. Annatto based. Store in a cool dark place. Max. permitted dosage for milk products: 10 ppm. Content 25 ml 50 ml 250 ml 1l 25 kg Art.no. 091.233.7 091.232.9 Content 100 ml 1l Type Chive Onion-garlic Spicy herbs Nettle Provencal Pepper Garden herbs without garlic 25 g 091.220.4 091.224.6 091.221.2 091.225.3 091.222.0 091.226.1 1 kg 091.300.4 091.335.0 091.320.2 091.305.3 091.310.3 091.315.2 091.227.9 091.330.1 Cheese mould cultures For making special (French) cheeses. Enough for 500 l milk. Instructions included. 250 to 1000 l milk, depending on the culture. Microbial renet powder Can be preserved much longer than liquid rennet. Microbial, highly concentrated: 1/150,000. 1 g of powder is sufficient for 150 l milk. Art.no. 091.006.7 091.010.9 Content 25 g 500 g Saltpeter Ready-to-use solution of sodium nitrate. Special quality for cheese-making. Prevents formation of gas in the cheese (gas formed by coli). Dosage: 45 ml/100 l milk. Art.no. 091.289.9 091.290.7 091.291.5 178 Art.no. 091.080.2 091.081.0 091.082.8 091.083.6 Content 100 ml 1l 25 kg (19,7 l) Description Penicilium roqueforti (Roquefort, Danableu) Penicilium candidum (Brie, Camembert) Bacterium linens (Hervekaas, Brusselse kaas) Bacterium propioni (Gruyère, Emmenthaler) Calcium chloride solution Compensates for a shortage of calcium ions in the milk (during autumn milking and/or pasteurisation), this results in better curdling. Dosage: 5 to 6 ml/l milk. Art.no. 091.294.9 091.292.3 091.293.1 Content 100 ml 1l 25 kg (18,87 l) For # litres milk 500 litres 250 litres 1000 litres 500 litres Sorbistat potassium sorbate Stabiliser, prevents the refermentation of wines and juices. Also used in dairy products. Granulated, easy to dissolve. Dosage: 1-2 g/10 l. Art.no. 004.029.5 004.030.3 004.031.1 004.033.7 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Content 25 g 100 g 250 g 1 kg Additives for dairy 091 Yellow cheese coating Protects hard cheeses against dehydration and fungal growth. Rub the coating onto the cheese in several layers using a cloth or a brush. Type Normal With mould protection Cleaning product K-500 Specially formulated caustic cleaning product, acknowledged and used in the dairy industry. Also used in other alimentary industries. Dosage: 50-75 g/10 l warm water. Art.no. 091.275.8 091.276.6 1kg 091.240.2 091.246.9 9kg 091.242.8 091.248.5 25kg 091.243.6 091.247.7 Caustic soda Content 1 kg 20 kg Industrial cleaning product. For instance used in bottle rinsing machines. Dosage: 10-20 g/l, let it soak for 5-10 min. at 50-60 °C. Follow safety regulations! Digital pocket thermometer Handy pocket model. Stainless steel probe (12 cm) with sharp tip. Range: -50 °C to +150 °C. Immediate reading to 0.1 °C! Pocketclip inclu-ded. Coin cell battery included. Art.no. 004.078.2 004.079.0 Content 1 kg 25 kg Chloride tablets 20 g Specially designed for cleaning spaces and materials, e.g. in dairy and agricultural industries. Also appropriate for making your own domestic bleach water. Very easy to use. 45 tablets per pack. Dosage: 2 tablets per 10 l water. 013.090.6 091.278.2 Digital thermometer + alarm Thermometer with protective cover Prismatic thermometer Larger thermometer with a plastic protective cover with attachment hook. Ideal to use as a MASHING thermometer. Easy to dismantle for cleaning. With red alcohol scale for easy reading. Length: 28 cm. Range: -10/+60 °C. Small, easy to use thermometers. Length: 15 cm. With alcohol scale. Very clear reading. Art.no. 092.001.7 092.002.5 Range 0-60 °C 0-100 °C Art.no. 092.011.6 092.010.8 Description Thermometer with cover Spare thermometer Digital thermometer with long separate stainless steel probe and cord 135 cm. Model with waterproof housing. Extensive measuring range: -50 °C up to +300 °C. Division: 0.1 °C. Reading in °C or °F. High and low alarm and min/max memory. Batteries included. 013.091.4 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 179 091 Measuring instruments for dairy Delvotest Set to control antibiotics in milk. Art.no. 092.050.4 092.051.2 092.052.0 Description Starters set 25 tests 100 tests Digital pH meter for cheese Professional model with special exchangeable electrode for milk and/or cheese. Range: 1-14 pH, reading per 0.1 pH! Art.no. 092.015.7 092.016.5 Dörnick burette Description Complete pH meter Spare electrode Handy burette for an accurate determination of the acidity in acidified milk. With instructions. Reactives not included. Range: 0-100 °Dörnick. Range: 1-14 pH, reading per 0.1 pH! Art.no. 092.030.6 092.035.5 092.036.3 092.040.5 Description Burette Reactive 250 ml Reactive 1 l Indicator 100 ml Lacto-densimeter For measuring the density of milk. With coloured scales. Length 220 mm. Scale: 15-40 Quevenne. Division: 1/1. Measurement at 20 °C. Without thermometer. 013.095.6 Hygrometer with thermometer For measuring the relative humidity in e.g. your cheese storage room. Decorative large design (Ø 10 cm) with built-in thermometer. beakers 44 Precision pH meter PH110 Very precise state-of-the-art digital pH meter, stick model for professional use. With refillable electrode and the following features: • Built in thermometer (°C/°F). • Automatic temperature corrections (ATC) from -5 °C to 90 °C. • Digital display of the pH AND temperature with stabilisation indication. • Easy 2 or 3 points calibration with auto recognition of the calibration fluid. • Refillable, flat electrode, also for pH measuring of solids and semi-solids (skin, meat, cheese, etc.). The electrode only has to be replaced if its damaged! Refilling the electrode expands the life span! • RENEW function: alerts when the electrode needs to be replaced. • CAL function: alerts when the electrode needs to be calibrated. • MEMORY for 15 readings: pH and temperature. • HOLD function. • Scale pH: 0.00-14.00 pH, 0-90 °C. • Scale temperature: -5-90 °C/25-194 °F. • Accuracy: +- 0.01 pH, +- 1 °C. • Water-resistant (IP67). • Auto power off after 10 min. • With protective cover for the electrode, replacement membrane and 4 Li-ion batteries CR2032. • 1 year warranty on the meter, 6 months warranty on the electrode. 092.025.6 Brine densimeter For monitoring the concentration of your brine. 0-25 °Baumé. Length: 17,5 cm. 092.020.7 180 Art.no. 013.130.0 013.131.8 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Description PH110 Electrode liquid PH110 091 Books dairy French ve rsion comm ing soon ‘Zelf kaas en boter maken’ Joop Rademaker Dutch brochure about making cheese and butter. Short introduction to the necessary materials and products. 24 pages. 094.005.6 - Zelf kaas en boter maken ‘Rondom boerenkaas’ M.C. van der Haven / H. Oosterhuis Dutch language. A must have for the professional cheese maker. 247 pages. 094.007.2 - Rondom boerenkaas ‘Kaas uit het hart’ Jos van Riet ‘Kaas uit het hart’ is above all a practical handbook. It offers general information on basic products and preparation methods as well as a description of the complete cheese making process. Various types of hard, soft, French and curd cheese are discussed. With more than 20 recipes, including Gouda, Cheddar and Roquefort varieties, Ricotta, Feta, Mozzarella, curd, etc. 112 pages. In Dutch. ‘Making artisan cheese’ Tim Smith This book is a must in your kitchen library! You can find inspiring photographs, basic techniques, step-bystep illustrations, a lot of practical tips and more than 50 cheese recipes. Beautifully illustrated, with numerous colour photographs. 176 pages. Dutch or English. 094.006.4 - Making artisan cheese 094.013.0 - Zelf kaas maken 094.009.8 - Kaas uit het hart The available languages are mentioned below the text. ‘Kaas je kaasje’ J. Rademaker Handy Dutch language book on home cheese making with recipes and methods for hard and soft cheese, butter, yoghurt, etc. 159 pages. 094.030.4 - Kaas je kaasje ‘Käsen leicht gemacht’ Lotte Hanreich / Edith Zeltmer The standard work for making your own milk products. With more than 120 recipes for processing cow, sheep and goat’s milk. 203 pages. In German. 094.010.6 - Käse leicht gemacht ‘Joghurt, Käse, Rahm & Co’ Lotte und Ingeborg Hanreich This book is intented for everyone who wants to process fresh or store-bought milk. Ideal for those wishing to make butter, cheese, yoghurt or kefir and are looking for simple recipes. Information about the beneficial effects of milk and milk products included. More than 100 recipes. 162 pages. In German. ‘Waterkefir/Melkkefir’ Peter Bauwens This Dutch book describes how to convert kefir into a tastful beverage with various flavours. It describes delicious and above all healthy recepies with herbs, fresh and dried fruit, etc. Making cheese and cream cheese with kefir as a base is also explained. 72 pages. 094.012.2 - Waterkefir/Melkkefir 094.011.4 - Joghurt, Käse, Rahm & Co tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 181 Kitchen kitchen n. 1. A room or an area equipped for preparing and cooking food. 2. A style of cooking; cuisine: a restaurant with a fine French kitchen. 102 Sauerkraut Pickling vegetables is one of the oldest and healthiest preserving methods. Obviously everyone knows sauerkraut. But besides that, you can also preserve red cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, peppers, broccoli, all kinds of string and green beans, cucumbers, onions, turnips, radishes, celeriac, tomatoes, beets, etc. Preserved vegetables are healthy and tasty! Their possitive effect against scurvy and other disorders was already praised as far back as the Middle Ages. It is widely known that pickled vegetables have a beneficial effect on the intestinal flora. With the products on this page you can easily start yourself. Sauerkraut pots Brown enamel pots, with special airlock lid and 2 heavy half-moon shaped stones. For lactic fermentation of a wide range of vegetables. Also useful for storing grains, seeds, honey, etc. Set of stones (2 half moon shaped pieces) Art.no. Description 102.006.4 Set for sauerkraut pots 5 l 102.011.4 Set for sauerkraut pots 10-15 l 102.016.3 Set for sauerkraut pots 20-25 l Sauerkraut shredder Solid shredders for cutting cabbage quickly. Made of beech wood, with sharp steel blades and special slide. Art.no. 102.105.4 102.110.4 102.111.2 Dimensions 40 x 15 cm 60 x 23 cm 80 x 30 cm Freeze dried lactic acid bacteria To start up a lactic fermentation. It ensures a fluent and quick fermentation of vegetables. Enough for making up to 40 kg. Attention! The 15- to 30-litre sauerkraut pots can NOT be sent by package service! Sauerkraut pots Art.no. 102.005.6 102.010.6 102.015.5 102.020.5 102.025.4 102.030.4 102.190.6 Content 5 litres 10 litres 15 litres 20 litres 25 litres 30 litres ‘Melkzuurgisting bij u thuis’ Sauerkraut herbs Juniper berries and cumin gives your sauerkraut an authentic taste. Replace the ‘x’ after the number by 1 for 100 g, 2 for 250 g, 3 for 1 kg packs. Art.no. 150.265.x 150.320.x Description Juniper berry Cumin A. Schöneck Clear and illustrated Dutch or French booklet with recipes on making sauerkraut and other lactic fermentation of vegetables. With clear photographs and recipes for sauerkraut and other pickled vegetables. 102.150.0 - Melkzuurgisting bij u thuis 102.151.8 - La fermentation lactique chez soi Sauerkraut pounder For ‘pounding’ the sauerkraut and thus freeing the juice. Made of beech wood. Art.no. 102.135.1 102.136.9 184 Description Beech 60 cm Mini 30 cm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Vinegar 122 Ceramic vinegar pot Make your own wine and herb vinegar with this beautiful ceramic vinegar pot! With high quality, hard boxwood taps for dispensing. With a large opening for easy cleaning. Volume: 5 litres. 122.001.1 122.001.1 Vinegar mother-culture For starting up wine vinegar, apple vinegar, etc. Content: 100 ml. 122.005.0 122.005.0 ‘Essig selbst gemacht’ Andreas Fischerauer. German book with more than 70 mustard and vinegar recipes. Entirely revised practice book with lots more recipes and photo’s! With unique recipes such as Christmas basil vinegar, ginger vinegar with rosemary, honey or strawberry vinegar,… 125 pages. 122.002.9 - Essig selbst gemacht ‘Faites votre vinaigre’ Geneviève Fournil Marietta An introduction to the art of vinegar making: history, fabrication methods, chemistry, recipes, etc. 40 pages. In French. 122.003.7 - Faites votre vinaigre From wine to vinegar Natural vinegar can only be produced out of alcoholic beverages such as cider, wine or fruit wines. Vinegar is formed by acetic bacteria out of the alcohol. The wines need to be light or slightly acetic and not too high in alcohol content (rather not higher than 8 to 10 ABV, eventually thin down). As sulphite weakens the acetic bacteria and thus slowing down their work we recommend not to use wines which are strongly sulphurated. The wines have to be dry, as acetic bacteria transform the residual sugars into unwanted side products. To obtain a high quality vinegar we advise to pasteurise the wine by keeping it at a temperature of 60°C for about 10 minutes. This to kill unwanted micro-organisms. At a higher temperature the alcohol would evaporate. Cool the wine to 30 °C after pasteurisation before adding the vinegar culture. Acetic bacteria thrive well in warmth and work best at a temperature of 30 °C. Higher temperatures will kill them and at lower temperatures they become inactive Attention: • Don’t ever produce your vinegar at the same place where wine is fermenting. • For vinegar production you can use wines which already are affected by acetic bacteria. But using heavily infected wines the possibility of formation of additional infections is higher. Thus this can be very harmful for the taste and odour of your vinegar. You can never obtain a fine product by starting up with a bad product. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 185 114 Pasta Pasta machine Atlas 150 Basic machine. Manually controlled. Makes pasta sheets, 3.5 mm tagliatelli and 50 mm lasagne. Solid construction. 114.001.1 Pasta drive 114.010.2 Effort becomes a thing of the past. Make your pasta with 1 press of a button. This powerful motor fits all recent ATLAS 150 machines (with 2 small holes on the side). Easy to install and replaces the handle and the fastening clamp making pasta preparation quick and easy. Pasta set Multipast Complete kit for home pastamaking. Contains the basic pasta machine ATLAS 150 plus accessories for making lasagne, ravioli, spaghetti and tagliatelle! With recipes. 114.025.9 Accessory Capellini 1 mm 114.002.9 Accessory Lasagnette 50 mm 114.003.7 Accessory Spaghetti 2 mm Accessory Ravioli 45 x 45 mm 114.004.5 114.008.6 114.005.2 186 Accessory Trenette 3 mm tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Pasta 114 1 2 3 114.026.8 Pasta machine Pasta Fresca Accessories for PASTA FRESCA 1 114.027.6 Capelli d’angelo 1 mm 2 114.028.4 Spaghetti 2 mm 3 114.029.2 Trenette 3,5 mm Electrical dough mixer and pastamachine in one! Solid construction with a heavy induction motor in a beautifull design. Built-in measuring cup and 3 accesories (lasagna, tagliolini, fettuccine) included. Can mix up to 10 kg/h. 3 year warranty. English recipe booklet with 14 recipes for pasta, bread, bagels, crackers, tortillas, pizzas, etc. included. Biscuits cookie maker Create your own favourite oven fresh cookies in no time! Solid metal construction (much stabler than the cheaper plastic ones!). With 20 accessories for cookies and whipped cream. 110.300.1 Speculaas herbs A mixture of the tastiest spices, for absolutely delicious homebaked speculaas cookies. Art.no. 150.678.1 150.678.2 150.678.3 150.678.4 Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg 60 g + recipe Tacapasta drying rack So much pasta in such little space! The Pasta drying rack created by Marcato is incredibly useful! A unique Italian and patented design. You can hang more than 2 kg (4 lbs) of fresh pasta to dry on its 16 sturdy, crystal-clear Polycarbonate rods with the help of the practical wand (included). The multipurpose wand, stored in the central chrome-plated steel column, can also be used to cut the dough sheet without damaging your work surface. The Tacapasta opens like a fan and closes quickly without having to be disassembled. Takes up very little space in your kitchen. Height: 47 cm. 114.011.0 Pasta bike ‘Het pasta machine kookboek’ Gabriella Mari en Christina Blasi. A real treasure when it comes to authentic Italian recipes for delicious pasta dishes for you to prepare at home. With clear pictures, and step by step guide on how to make and cut pasta. The only book about fresh pasta you’ll ever need. In Dutch. 144 pages. Indespensible for the creative pasta maker. Thanks to the adjustable wheel it cuts the dough in slices, strips and circles of different sizes without any effort. 114.100.3 - Het pasta machine kookboek 114.030.0 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 187 120 Fruit dehydrator Stockli Dehydrators A very interesting alternative to the classic canning process! It can be used for medicinal herbs and/or spices, as well as for fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, hops, flowers, etc. Preservation of aroma, colour and taste is accomplished by quick drying at low temperature and by the sieves, which can be stacked up to 10 layers, without mixing the smell and flavour of the different kinds of fruit or vegetables. ‘Drogen als bewaarmethode’ Roos Van Hoof Clear brochure with several tips on drying vegetables, fruit and herbs. Available in renewed Dutch version (70 pages) or French (40 pages). Stöckli dehydrators With 3 trays, sufficient for 1.5 kg of fruit! With a regulating thermostat, powerful heating element and extra ventilator. Plastic model also available with timer. Voltage: 230 V / 50 Hz. Power : 600 W. Ø x H: 335 x 275 mm. Weight: 2.3 kg. Art.no. Beschrijving Cable length: 1,5 m. 120.050.0 With thermostat Security: 100°C with automatic shut-off. 120.055.9 With thermostat and timer Temperature scale: 0-70 °C. 120.056.7 SST model with thermostat Timer: 0-12h. 120.061.7 - Drogen als bewaarmethode 120.062.5 - Le séchage comme méthode conservation Extra tray for Stöckli dehydrator 2 available models: • plastic tray • bottom in Stainless steel and rim in plastic. Art.no. 120.060.9 120.063.3 Description Plastic tray SST tray Back To Basics dehydrator Budget friendly dehydrator for fruits and vegetables. With 5 dishwasher-safe trays (Ø 34 cm). Fast drying process thanks to the powerful ventilator and heating element. Without thermostat and consequently not suitable for drying herbs. Silicone mats for Stöckli dehydrators These silicon food grade mats are very suitable for easy drying of juicy fruits and vegetables such as plums, mango’s, tomato’s, etc. Can only be used with the STOCKLI dehydrators. They don’t stick and are easily cleaned. Packed per 2 pieces. 120.058.3 188 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 120.045.0 Dehydrators 120 Biosec dehydrators Handy household vegetable/herb dryers with removable trays. The horizontal structure and forced air circulation ensure an even and fast drying without frequent relocation of the trays. Dimensions (W x H x L): 28 x 28 x 82 cm. 2 types available: • Biosec Domus: 220 V, 500 watt. Plastic housing with 10 plastic trays. • Biosec SST: 220 V, 500 watt. Stainless steel housing with 12 stainless steel trays. 2 1 1 2 Art.no. 120.065.8 120.066.6 120.067.4 Description Biosec Domus dehydrator Biosec Domus plastic tray Biosec SST dehydrator Biomaster industrial dehydrators Handy fruit/herb dryer with removable grids. The horizontal structure and forced air circulation makes sure that there is a constant and fast drying without moving the grids too often. Biomaster dryers include all potentials of a industrial dryer in a small scale. The Biomaster has a modular structure and is therefore expandable with a second module to increase its capacity. • BIOMASTER: Equipped with 40 drying racks with a usable surface of 14m², Biomaster has the optimal dimensions for a small size modern dryer. (maximum capacity: 150 kg) The dryer is provided with two different options of electric heating: 3,4 kW - 230 V or 5,1 kW - 400 V. • BIOMASTER PLUS: 72 drying racks with an overall usable surface of 25m². These dimensions and the modular structure make it the most versatile dryer for every production needs. Biomaster plus can be chosen with one of the electric heating units available: 3,4 kW - 230 V or 5,1 kW - 400 V. BIOMASTER BIOMASTER PLUS BIOMASTER Art.no. Max. loading capacity Average max. processing Outer dimensions (W x H x D) Weight Temperature control 120.070.8 Ca. 160 kg 40-60 kg/day 180 x 141 x 80 cm Ca. 170 kg Elektronic with Led display BIOMASTER PLUS Art.no. Max. loading capacity Average max. processing Outer dimensions (W x H x D) Weight Temperature control 120.072.4 Ca. 300 kg 70-100 kg/day 180 x 175 x 80 cm Ca. 250 kg Elektronic with Led display tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 189 123 1 Preserving Weck canning jars With glass lid, rubber sealing ring and clasp. Opening: 100 mm/60 mm. Ø opening 100 mm Art.no. Description 123.240.4 0,5 litre tulip, 4 pieces 123.241.2 1 litre tulip, 4 pieces 123.244.6 0,25 litre straight, 4 pieces 123.245.3 0,5 litre straight, 4 pieces 123.246.1 0,75 litre straight, 4 pieces 123.261.0 1 litre decorative, 4 pieces Ø opening 60 mm Art.no. Description 123.263.6 0,2 litre tulp, 8 pieces 123.264.4 Juice bottle 0,25 litre, 4 pieces. 123.265.1 Juice bottle 0,5 litre, 4 pieces 123.266.9 Juice bottle 1 litre, 4 pieces 2 Jar opener with lever The shatter-proof jar opener with lever by a East German patent. To open Weck and other jars with rubber canning rings. Very easy to use. 4 Weck funnel 5 Weck jar clamps 6 Paraffin pearls Inlay grid Fits in all standard sterilising kettles. Necessary when using canning jars in the kettles. Jars with twist-off lid Jam jars. 4 per pack. With attractive twist-off lids, 82 mm, with checker motif. Art.no. 123.320.4 123.321.2 123.322.0 123.323.8 Packed per 8 pieces. Description Jar 230 ml, 4 pieces Jar 440 ml, 4 pieces Jar 580 ml, 4 pieces Jar 720 ml, 4 pieces For sealing off jam for longer preservation. Art.no. 123.400.4 123.401.2 123.402.0 Content 250 g 1 kg 25 kg Jar tongs 8 Weck canning rings 123.274.3 123.275.0 Pure citrus pectin E440 for making jellies and jams with a min. of 55 % sugar and a pH of 2.5-3.8. Dosage: 1-4 g/kg fruit. Content 100 g 1 kg 25 kg 11 Canning thermometer Per 10 pieces. 123.270.1 10 Citrus pectin Art.no. 123.410.3 123.411.1 123.412.9 7 Art.no. 3 9 Plastic. Dimensions 94 x 108 mm for opening 100 mm (= standard Weck) 74 x 86 mm 54 x 67 mm for opening 60 mm (= juice bottles) With protective metal housing. Range: +50 °C till +110 °C. 12 Twist-off lids Colour: white or gold depending on availability. For a complete list go to www.brouwland.com. 6 123.293.3 2 1 4 12 190 3 123.214.8 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 5 123.300.6 123.279.2 Preserving 123 13 Weck spare lids Art.no. 123.282.6 123.283.4 Diameter 100 mm 60 mm 14 Glass jar Sealable with clamp and rubber ring. Art.no. 123.302.2 123.303.0 123.304.8 123.305.5 123.306.3 123.278.4 123.277.6 Kochstar electric canning kettle Capacity Ø opening 0,5 litre 9 cm 0,75 litre 9 cm 1 litre 9 cm 2 litres 9 cm 3 litres 10 cm Rings 65 x 90 mm, 10 pcs. Rings 82 x 114 mm, 10 pcs. Reliable electrical canning kettles with powerful heating element and gradually adjustable thermostat. 220 volt, 1800 watt. Also avai-lable with timer. The kettles have an ample volume of 27 litres, sufficient for 14 x 1 litre or 21 x ½ litre canning jars. Can also be used as a brewer’s copper. 2-year guarantee! Inlay grid not included. Art.no. 123.205.7 123.207.3 123.206.5 123.208.1 Description Canning kettle W14 enamel + thermostat Canning kettle W15 email + thermostat + timer Canning kettle W24 SST + thermostat Canning kettle W25 SST + thermostat + timer 15 Weck plastic lids For sealing off opened canning jars and Weck bottles. 5 per pack. Art.no. 123.285.9 123.290.9 Diameter 100 mm 60 mm Enamel canning kettle Kettle in acid-proof enamel. Ø x H: 35 x 30 cm. Volume: 29 l (can hold 14 glass jars of 1 l or 21 jars of 0.5 l.). Suitable for all heat sources. Inlay grid not included. 123.214.8 123.170.6 11 10 123.295.8 14 7 9 8 12 13 15 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 191 123 Preserving ‘Praktische raadgever inmaken: recepten en technieken’ H. Gerlach. You can now pickle your own fruit, vegetables, meat and fish with this Dutch language book! Fill your pantry with delicious jams and jellies, homemade liqueurs and spicy vegetables. Add flavour to your dishes with spicy seasonings, sauces and sweet and sour chutneys. Each pickling technique is carefully explained with several examples. 176 pages. ‘Handboek inmaken’ A book of reference for all of those who want to master the art of conserving: from making jam and marmalade to conservation in salt, sugar, vinegar and alcohol. More than 150 delicious recipes (e.g. classics like blackcurrant jam and modern combinations like rhubarb/mandarine chutney). Over 450 beautiful photographs. 256 pages. Dutch. ‘Weck inmaakboek’ The reference when it comes to food preservation. A practical and complete guide which discusses all aspects of sterilisation. Available in Dutch and French. 140 pages. 131.021.8 - Weck inmaakboek 131.022.6 - Le livre Weck de la stérilisation ‘Les bonnes confitures à faire à la maison’ Louis Belon The author’s extensive experience resulted in this indispensable guide. All aspects of jam making are treated very clearly. 80 recipes of classic and original jams. French language. 128 pages. 131.023.4 - Les bonnes confitures à faire à la maison 131.012.7 - Handboek inmaken 131.015.0 - Praktische raadgever inmaken The available languages are mentioned below the text. Double-walled bain-marie Double-walled stainless steel kettle for traditional jams, etc. Capacity: 24 l. The double wall with safety valve means a maximum temperature of 105 °C can be achieved. Suitable for electric, ceramic and gas furnaces. Sturdy finish. Art.no. 123.160.4 123.161.2 Industrial jam kettle Industrial double-walled jam kettle with heavy duty mixer and double walled heating. With digital thermostat. All stainless steel construction and mounted on a wheeled stand. Art.no. 123.150.100 123.150.200 123.150.300 123.150.200G 192 Description 100 l, elect., 9 kw 200 l, elect., 15 kw 300 l, elect., 15 kw 200 l, gas, 35 kw tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Description Kettle without tap Kettle with tap 123 Kitchen aid Stainless steel fruit mill Manual stainless steel fruit mill with table clamp. Suitable for soft fruit, fresh vegetables, herbs and wheat grass. For pressing and stoning of small amounts. Ideal for e.g. making jam, fruit and vegetable juices, sauces, cocktails etc. • Pulp thickness adjustable with screw. • Standard with 1 mm sieve. • 3 Additional sieves: 0,8 - 3 - 6 mm. • Weight: 2,68 kg. 015.239.7 Manual tomato & berry mill Particularly suitable for making purées and juices from tomatoes, berries and other fruit. Supplied with extra sieves it can also be used for crushing small quantities of grapes! With table clip. ® Tabletop nut/cheese grater 015.254.6 Bean slicer Grater with practical suction pad. For fine grating of nuts, hard cheese, chocolate, etc. High quality plastic with stainless steel cutting drum. Reliable quality, in synthetic material with stainless steel cutting blade. With table clamp. 123.311.3 Bean & pea sheller 123.315.4 Done spending a whole day shelling peas or beans thanks to this electrical bean/pea sheller! Very simple and practical to use: insert the pod in the intake, the rubber rollers pull the pod over a blade, and push the peas/beans out. Very practical. Large capacity. 123.310.5 Electric meat mill 1,5 pK Tabletop meat mill for continuous use with heavy engine that can rotate in 2 directions. With metal gear wheels in a maintenance free long-life oil bath. Funnel, bonnet, disc (6 mm holes) and self-sharpening knives in SST AISI 304. Dimensions: 500 x 320 x 320 mm. Weight: 25 kg. 1200 watt, 230 volt. Capacity: 70-140 kg/hour. Extra discs available separately. Manual asparagus peeler You love white asparagus but don’t like to spend too much time carefully peeling them? Thanks to this very convenient asparagus peeler, your asparagus can be peeled by 6 rotating blades in just one go. Model with table clamp. 123.312.1 Manual carrot peeler Art.no. 123.450.9 123.451.223 123.451.225 123.451.2210 Description Meat mill n° 22 SST disk 3 mm SST disk 4,5 mm SST disk 10 mm No more scraping carrots for hours thanks to this very convenient carrot peeler. In just one go your carrot gets peeled by 6 rotating blades. Model with table clamp. 123.313.9 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 193 123 Kitchen aid 015.238.9 015.255.3 Tomato/berry press manual ECO Manual tomato/berry press with stainless steel sieve (1.5 mm). Funnel, receptacle and coil in plastic. Capacity: up to 50 kg/h. 114.060.7 Dough kneader 1,6 kg for ARTUS 400 W Dough kneader for the ARTUS 400 watt motor. Kneading arms made of AIS 316 SST, removable transparent receptacle with lid in sturdy, dishwasher-proof polycarbonate. Capacity: up to 1.6 kg dough (1 kg flour) in 3 minutes. Motor not included. 194 Tomato/berry press ARTUS 250 W Electric tomato/berry press for household use with stainless steel sieve (1.5 mm). Funnel and receptacle in plastic. 250 watt electric motor with thermal fuse. Capacity: up to 100 kg/hour. 114.061.5 Pasta set for ARTUS 400 W Pasta maker for the ARTUS 400 watt motor. With 12 fittings for different types of pasta. Capacity: up to 1.5 kg pasta in 10 min. Motor not included. Tomato/berry press ARTUS 400 W 015.256.1 Electric tomato/berry press for intensive use. With stainless steel sieve (1.5 mm). Funnel and receptacle in plastic. Powerful 400 watt electric motor with thermal fuse. Capacity: up to 100 kg/hour. Various extra attachments available: dough kneader, cheese grater, meat grinder, pasta maker. 114.062.3 Grater for ARTUS 400 W Solid grater for the ARTUS 400 watt motor. Particullary suited for grating dry cheese, dry bread, chocolate, etc. Motor not included. tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com 123 Germs & seeds 123 How to germinate? • Soak the seeds overnight in water (8-10 hours). • Rinse the seeds under running water and spread them evenly on the trays. Leave the bottom tray empty, this one is used for collecting water. • Water the seeds with a full glass of water at least 2 times a day (morning and evening). If you’re in a hot climate, then water more frequently to avoid dehydration. • Keep the germinator in a place with an avarage room temperature, avoiding direct sunlight. • The sprouts are ready in 3 to 5 days, depending on the varieties and temperature. • Once sprouted, they can easily be preserved in the refrigerator for up to 1 week. Geo germinator & organic seeds Discover the power of sprouts and micro-vegetables. Grow your one with this easy to use germinator! Art.nr. Description 123.110.9 GEO germinator plastic (3 trays) 123.111.7 GEO TERRA germinator terracotta (4 trays) Sprouting organic seeds 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 Art.no. 123.120.8 123.121.6 123.124.0 123.125.7 123.126.5 123.127.3 3 Type Wheat Broccoli Mustard Alfalfa Cress Radish GEO GEO TERRA 4 5 Content 750 gram 13 gram 50 gram 40 gram 35 gram 30 gram 6 7 8 9 10 11 7 Art.no. 123.129.9 123.130.7 123.131.5 123.132.3 123.133.1 8 9 Type Fenugreek Green soya Linseed Lentil Red radish 10 11 Content 35 gram 90 gram 80 gram 90 gram 15 gram Geo sprouting bag A simple, handy bag in natural fabric provides a damp environment and a shield from light. Ideal to grow beans and cereals. 2 draw strings close the bag which can be easily hooked up to drain water. Made of natural hemp and flax. Lasts for years without deterioration. Dimensions: 28 cm x 17,5 cm. 123.112.5 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 195 123 Kombucha What is kombucha? Kombucha looks like a fungus but the comparison stops there. The kombucha is a tough, slippery, waxy mass composed out of several layers. Those layers are made of a transparent, very tough tissue with a series of brown spots, mainly at the bottom. Looking through a microscope you can see that the brown spots are concentrations of yeast cells. The smooth, white side of the fungus is the top side, the fungus grows upward from here. The bottom side is rough and brown. The fungus first grows in width, then in thickness and it takes the form of the receptacle in which it lies. A round demijohn gives a round Necessities: fungus, a square receptacle a square fungus. The larger the recipient the larger the fungus. The kombucha fungus can be a smooth, transparent, waxy round plate one time or a white/grey uneven mass the next. Sometimes it’s a leathery thick layer with scarred tissue or a convex slice with bubbles on top and slimy threads below, giving it a jellyfish appearance. Fact is, kombucha is a variable community of all sorts of yeast and bacteria, a complex of tiny microscopically creatures, a factory that produces all sorts of useful and wholesome sub- stances through complex biochemical reactions. As a living creature the fungus is subordinate to external factors, such as nutrition and oxygen, temperature, etc. It can vary in composition depending on the influence of the applied cultivation, by its origin and hygiene. The fungus doesn’t always react to its environment in the same way, so it won’t have the same appearance all the time, just like two apples from the same tree are never alike. • Fermentation receptacle: It’s best that the kombucha fungus doesn’t have longterm contact with metal, plastic or other synthetic material. Unwanted chemical reactions will occur and toxic metal salts are formed when using one of these receptacles. The safest, most trouble-free manner is to use a glass receptacle. • Clear water: The quality of the water plays a significant role in the preparation of kombucha. Soft, clear drinking water is an absolute necessity, free from chlorine and fluorine (added to the tap water in some countries). The most sufficient method would be the use of tap water combined with a water softener. • Tea: Only non-perfumed black or green tea is suitable, these contain essential nutrients the kombucha needs. • Sweetener: Sugars serve as the energy source for the kombucha. • Warmth: The right temperature is crucial, temperatures below 18 °C are harmful for the fermentation. The optimal temperature lies around 25 to 30 °C. With the use of a warming plate you can easily create a constant temperature for the fermentation process. • Oxygen: Oxygen is vital, never hermetically seal your demijohn. Close the jar with a fine meshed cloth that’s held in place by an elastic band. No dirt or vinegar flies are allowed near the fungus. • Hygiene: First of all: wash your hands thoroughly with non-perfumed soap. Keep the necessary equipment spotless. Always rinse with clear (boiling) water. Do not use disinfectants like bleach. Keep your workplace clean and free of unnecessary objects. Remove flower pots from the area as the germs can cause infection. • Rest: The growth of a new fungus begins with a thin film at the surface of the liquid. This film won’t grow if the surface is disturbed. Later, when the fungus has grown, movement can cause the fungus to sink and the fungus has to start all over again. 196 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Kombucha 124 The KOMBUCHA fungus Is becoming more and more famous every year in Europe. Thus fungus is believed to have a positive influence on our health. Brouwland has a wide range of products for cultivating the fungus and preparing a kombucha beverage. pH paper Komboecha starters kit For checking the pH of kombucha. With built-in colour scale. Packed per 20 strips. Reading per 0.2/0.3 pH. 013.073.2 Thermometer strip with liquid crystals 0-32 °C Self-adhesive thermometer. Large temperature range: 0-32 °C. Kombucha is becoming increasingly popular as a health drink. More and more people are discovering its beneficial effects. If you would like to try your hand at this uniquely cultured beverage, you can make your own quickly and easily with this starter pack. It contains all materials and ingredients required, except the kombucha fungus itself and the book. Comes with: 5-litre demijohn with wide opening, muslin, 15 cm funnel with sieve, glucose, kombucha tea, special pH-papers to check the acidity and a thermometer to measure the temperature of your drink. Art.no. 124.205.6 124.206.4 013.165.6 ‘Komboecha of Kargasok’ Kombucha tea Special unperfumed black tea, containing a high amount of nitrogen. Indispensable for good growth of your kombucha. Art.no. 150.833.1 150.833.2 150.833.3 Description WITHOUT book WITH Dutch book Frans Balis en Roos Van Hoof This first Dutch language book on cultivating kombucha. With graphics, background information, testimonials and much more. 144 pages. 132.110.8 - Komboecha of Kargasok Demijohn wide opening With wide opening of 12 cm diameter. With or without plastic basket. For pulp fermentation, beer making, kombucha preparation, etc. Content 100 g 250 g 1 kg Warming plate For Demijohns. The plates produce a temperature increase of 6 °C, and are constructed to keep kombucha at a constant temperature suitable for fermentation. 220 V. Also very suitable for wine making. Art.no. 016.015.0 016.016.8 016.017.6 Dimensions 15 x 15 cm 16 x 34 cm 28 x 28 cm Capacity Power 10 watt 20 watt 25 watt Suited for 1 x 5 l bottle 2 x 5 l bottles 1 x 20 l bottles 5l 10 l 15 l 20 l 25 l 017.160.3 Demijohn Demijohn wide opening wide opening without basket 017.105.8 017.405.2 017.110.8 017.410.2 017.115.7 017.415.1 017.120.7 017.420.1 017.125.6 017.425.0 Cover for demijohns with wide opening tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 197 150 Tea accessories Blooming teas Blooming teas are handmade teas from green or black tea leaves, dried in a spherical shape, with a flower in the centre that blooms during tea making. Besides the green and black tea leaves, edible flowers like jasmine, globe amaranth, carnation, chrysanthemum, marigold and indian trumpet flower can also be used. 100% natural without artificial additions! While making tea the ball unfolds in the water to a beautiful flower on a bed of tea leaves. The combination of the finest natural ingredients and the patience during the making of these handmade tea leaves makes this type of tea drinking a unique experience. Add a extra dimension to your tea moment with this art, originating in China. Very romantic and tasteful. Instructions: Place the tea ball in a glass tea pot, pour hot water (80-85 °C) in the pot and infuse according your personal taste for about 5-15 minutes. Eventually you can use the tea ball for a second time. Introduction set A mix of 5 different teas (one tea bal for each flavour). Contains 4 green teas and 1 black tea. 125.800.9 Glass tea pots Elegant glass tea pots with filter, specially selected for use with our Herborifarm ® blooming teas. Tea bags Empty tea bags. With folded bottom for larger capacity and with overhanging tab. Can be closed. Available in 4 sizes. Art.no. 125.910.0 125.911.8 125.912.6 125.913.4 198 Description T-SAC n° 1 T-SAC n° 2 T-SAC n° 3 T-SAC n° 4 Art.no. 125.820.7 125.817.1 125.819.9 Type MANON MATA MANON Stainless steel mesh tea ball Stainless steel mesh tea balls with chain. 125.935.7 tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 firstname.lastname@example.org www.brouwland.com Capacity 0,36 litre 0,45 litre 0,50 litre Herbs & spices 150 Herbs Our HERBORIFARM ® department has over 100 herbs on offer. Below you’ll find a short list of the most popular herbs. A complete list is available upon request. Replace the ‘x’ after the number by 1 for 100 g; 2 for 250 g; 3 for 1 kg packs. E.U. = external use. Art.no. 150.032.x 150.273.x 150.288.x 150.285.x 150.870.x 150.327.x 150.373.x 150.569.x 150.324.x 150.320.x 150.439.x 150.441.x 150.141.x 150.138.x 150.603.x 150.145.x 150.772.x 150.592.x 150.165.x 150.265.x 150.277.x 150.771.x 150.198.x 150.388.x 150.218.x 150.249.x 150.833.x 150.605.x 150.347.x Description Anis fruit Calamus root cut Caraway fruit Cardamom fruit Cinnamon cassia vera Clove whole Common mistletoe Common thyme herb Coriander fruit Cumin fruit Dandelion herb cut Dandelion root cut Devil’s claw root cut Devil’s dung powder Elderberry flower Enchinacea purpurea Eucalyptus leaf cut Fennel fruit Fenugreek fruit Genever berries German chamomile Ginko biloba leaf Golden rod herb Hawthorn herb Horesetail Irish moss cut Kombucha tea Lady's mantel herb cut Lavender flower Art.no. 150.105.x 150.647.x 150.649.x 150.375.x 150.191.x 150.192.x 150.395.x 150.142.x 150.399.x 150.619.x 150.080.x 150.434.x 150.448.x 150.920.x 150.125.x 150.487.x 150.993.x 150.509.x 150.001.x 150.532.x 150.807.x 150.678.x 150.159.x 150.538.x 150.557.x 150.654.x 150.568.x 150.356.x 150.585.x Description Lemon balm leaf Liquorice root cut Liquorice stick bundle Marian thistle herb cut Marigold flower Marigold flower leaf Meadowsweet herb cut Milfoil herb cut Mustard seed yellow Narrowleaf plantain Nettle leaf Orange peel sweet cut Passion flower Peppermint leaf cut Pine bud cut Pumpkin seeds pealed Rosehip cut no seeds Rosemary leaf cut Sage leaf Senna fruit whole Senna leaf whole Speculaas herbs Speedwell cut St. Johns wort Star anis fruit whole e.U. Sunflower seeds pealed Tea green Tilia flower cut Valerian root cut ‘Kruiden kweken & gebruiken’ Jessica Houdret Everything about herbs; their origin, the cultivation and history, application in food and medicines. Detailed information about the most important species. Nicely illustrated and contains lists of plants from several herb gardens. Practical advice about cultivating, nurturing and harvesting herbs. 256 pages. Dutch. 132.108.2 - Kruiden kweken & gebruiken tel: +32 (0)11-40 14 08 fax: +32 (0)11-34 73 59 email@example.com www.brouwland.com 199 Why not give... Birthdays, Christmas, new year or for no particular reason, Brouwland has gift ideas for every occasion and for everyone. You can find something for every interest field: wine, beer, kitchen equipment like dehydrators, fruit mills, books, growing and processing vegetables, homemade pasta and cheese... take your pick. The most popular gifts, in every store, are gift vouchers. Brouwland also has a wide range of vouchers. You can choose between vouchers with a fixed value or we can write down the value of – for instance - that certain brewing kettle. You can also choose for our special voucher and give a Brewing class* as a present! *only in Dutch and French If you go through this catalog you’ll find several gift tips, but we wanted to give some special attention to the following products: Brouwland g Soyferm soy milk maker Very affordable! Make your own soya milk, almond milk, oat milk or rice milk with this fully automatic machine. With additional soup function. ECO tomato mill Manual tomato/berry mill. With SST sieve. No more hard labour. Natursaft ® steam juicer Make your own pasteurised, healthy juices without any conservatives! Multi functional: can also be used as cooking pan, soup pan and steam pan. Stöckli dehydrator Preserve your fruit, vegetables and herbs in the most natural way: by drying. With adjustable thermostat and available in SST or plastic (plastic model also available with timer). Available accessories: extra sieves, silicone mat for juicy fruit. SST fruit mill Manual model with table clamp. For soft fruit, vegetables, herbs and wheat grass. Ideal for making jam, juices and sauces. Cherry destoner with table clamp Budget friendly and very handy. With large container for cherry stones. Books Our library contains a wealth of information for hobbyists and professionals. Wine, beer, liqueur, cheese, sauerkraut,... a read on every subject. Gift vouchers Choose a voucher with a fixed value or give a brewing class as a gift! (only in Dutch and French) All info on workshops can be found on our website by clicking the Brouwland academy button. gifts DOUBLE ACTION cork screw Open your bottle of wine without any effort and without damaging the cork. MULTIPAST pasta set Everything you need for making your own pasta in 1 package. This set contains the basic pasta machine ATLAS 150 and 7 pasta accessories. Beer & malt kits Beer kits are beer concentrates, so the only thing you have to do is add water and sugar. To be used with the deluxe starters kit. Malt kits contain all ingredients (malt, hop, yeast, herbs) to brew beer. To be used with the superior starters kits. Yoferm automatic yoghurt maker Handy yoghurt maker that automatically cools your yoghurt after fermentation. With 1 free Lactoferm ® yoghurt culture enough for 1 litre of yoghurt. Yoghurt cup also available separately. Rum pots Available in 3.5 l and 5 l. Several designs possible. Vinion wine pourer Sampling glasses The real sampling glass. Indispensible for the real connoisseur. Packed per 6 glasses. Starter kits A unique Belgian invention, as seen on the TV show ‘De Bedenkers’. This patented wine improving pourer with incorporated magnets improves the taste of young and slightly sour wines. For beginners and the more advanced. Brouwland has put these starter kits together so you can take your first steps in the ‘do-ityourself’ world. Available starter kits: starters kit wine, starter kit deluxe beer, starter kits superior, starter kit cheese and starter kit kombucha. Colour codes Wine 1-111 Cheese - yoghurt - butter 171-181 Beer 113-162 Kitchen - preserving 183-199 Liqueur 163-170 Product index Acidity measurement 37 Candy sugar 28, 133 Acids 13 Canning jars 190.191 Additives for beer 17, 132-134 Capsulers 104-105 Additives for juice 17 Cellar and bar accessories 102-103 Additives for wine 17 Champagne bottles Airlocks 30 Champagne corks 39 Cheese and butter herbs 178 Cheese coating 179 Alcohol measurement Alembics Aluminium capsules Aromatic herbs for beer Bag in box 166 104-105 133 72 Beer books 160-162 Beer bottles 73, 156 Beer corks 34 Cheese culture 175 Cheese mould cultures 178 Cheese moulds 173 Cheese presses 172 Cherry destoners 59 Cider kit 99 Cleaning and stabilising products Beer kits Brewferm ® 135-136 Cleaning products Beer taps 153, 155 Colouring agents for food Beer yeast Brewferm ® 114 Conical corks Beer yeast Fermentis 115 Cooling groups 114 Corkers Beer yeast Mauribrew™ Beer yeast Wyeast 116-119 73 34, 35 Counter pressure bottle fillers 19 18-19 168 35 103 90-91 80-81, 156 Belt presses 53 Crown cappers Bentotest ® 41 Crown caps 35 14 Bifidus culture 175 Blooming teas 198 Deacidifiers Books dairy 181 Decorative bottles Bottle brushes 19, 95 Dehydrators Bottle cleaners 95-97 Demijohns Bottle drainers 96 Bottle fillers Bottle neck coolers Bottle openers Bottle racks 78-83 102 Distilling kettles Distillation 74 188-189 65 36 166-167 46-47, 166-167 94 101 Braumeister brewing kettles 147-148 Brewing kettles 146-151 Brewing unit B-tech 150-151 Butter churns Density measurement 92-93 174 Enzymes Ethyl alcohol Filling lines Filters 15-16 168 82-83 87-89, 142-143 Fining agents 20-23 Fruit crushers 54-55 Fruit peelers 60-61 Fruit presses 49-53 Fruit slicers 60-61 Germinators Gifts 195 200-201 Grape concentrates 99 Grape crushers 55 Grape destemmers 56 Heating plates Herbs for liqueur Herbs Herborifarm ® 62 169 199 Hop cones 130-131 Hop pellets 130-131 Hoprocket™ Hydraulic presses 145 50-51 Symbols Special delivery conditions Fragile Gift idea Industrial dehydrators 189 Screw caps 33 Siphons Jam kettle 192 75-76 Silicone bungs 31 Juice booth 57 Soda kegs Juice bottles 73 Soy milk maker Juice extractor 61 Stainless steel tanks 67-71 Stainless steel tanks Speidel 70-71 Kefir culture 175 154 177 Starter kit Basic 137 Kitchen appliances 193-194 Starter kit cheese 172 Kombucha 196-197 Starter kit Deluxe 137 Starter kit wine Lab research Label glue Labelers 44-45 106 106-107 Starter kits Superior Steam generators 97 Steam juicer Natursaft ® 58 Liqueur books 170 Stirring spoons Liqueur extracts Alcoferm ® 164 Sugars Liqueur extracts Lick 165 Taps Malolactic fermentation 11 99 140-141 64 28-29 67, 86, 153, 155 Taste and colour correcting products 24-27 Malt crushers 128 Tea pots 198 Malt extract packs 129 Thermo capsules 104 129 Thermometers Malt extracts 43 Malt kits Brewferm ® 138-139 tomato crushers Malt kits Weyermann ® 138-139 Tube accessories 77 Malts Brewferm ® 121-127 Tubes 76 Malts Weyermann ® 121-127 Measuring beakers 44-45, 64 Measuring instruments for beer 157-159 Measuring instruments for dairy 179-180 Milk skimmers Mini pressure kegs Must tubs Organic seeds 62, 193-194 Vinegar pots 185 Warming plates 62 174 Weighing scales 42 153 Wine books 51, 64 195 108-111 Wine bottles 73 Wine corks 32 Wine storage 100-101 Wine yeast Bioferm Pasta machines Pasteurisers pH measurement 186-187 Wine yeast Maurivin™ 56-57, 174 Wine yeast Oenoferm 38 Pickling vegetables 184 Pilferproof capsules 33 6 8-9 7 Wine yeast Wyeast 10 Wire cages 34 Wooden barrels 66 33, 93 Wort aerator 143 Plastic barrels 63 Wort chillers 142-143 Plastic buckets 63 Pilferproof machines Plum destoners Professional brewing kettles 59 149-151 Pumps 84-85 Rennet 178 Rubber bungs Rum pots 31 168 Yeast nutrients 12 yoghurt culture 175 yoghurt machine Yoferm 175 Brouwland bvba • Korspelsesteenweg 86 • B-3581 Beverlo - Belgium Tel. +32-(0)11-40.14.08 • Fax. +32-(0)11-34.73.59 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.brouwland.com Model changes and printing errors reserved: the characteristics of the products shown in the catalogue can change at any time without foregoing notice. Brouwland cannot be held responsible for inaccurate photographs, graphic images and texts in this catalogue. Such errors do not constitute grounds for claiming. The brands indicated are registered trademarks owned by the companies in question. Algemene verkoopsvoorwaarden Al onze leveringen zijn steeds onderworpen aan onze algemene verkoopsvoorwaarden. Op al onze handelingen is slechts de Belgische wet van toepassing. Door te bestellen verklaart de koper zich ontegensprekelijk akkoord met deze voorwaarden. Deze voorwaarden primeren altijd op de mogelijke aankoopvoorwaarden van de klant. Prijzen vermeld in onze prijslijsten zijn slechts geldig op de datum van uitgifte en kunnen ten allen tijde zonder voorafgaandelijk bericht veranderen. Iedere verzending gebeurt steeds op risico en kosten van de koper tenzij uitdrukkelijk en schriftelijk anders vermeld. De koper geeft BROUWLAND de toestemming om op te treden als tussenpersoon tussen de koper en de respectievelijke vervoersmaatschappijen (post, pakketdienst, …). Bij beschadigde levering moet de klant altijd voorbehoud maken op het transportdocument. Eventuele klachten betreffende leveringen zijn enkel geldig indien schriftelijk binnen 48 uren na levering gemeld. De verantwoordelijkheid van de verkoper is in ieder geval beperkt tot de vervanging van de beschadigde goederen of de creditering van de prijs van de goederen. Levertijden vermeld op onze offertes en orderbevestigingen zijn richtinggevend. Eventuele vertragingen kunnen geen aanleiding geven tot gedeeltelijke of gehele annulering van de order noch tot enige schadeloosstelling. Klachten met betrekking tot facturatie zijn enkel geldig indien schriftelijk gemeld binnen de 48 uur na facturatie. Betaling van de goederen geschiedt netto contant, zonder aftrek van enige korting, bij aflevering, tenzij anders vermeld. Bij niet-betaling binnen de gestelde termijn zal automatisch en zonder ingebrekestelling een verwijlintrest, gelijk aan de wettelijke commerciële intrest verhoogd met 4 %, verschuldigd zijn op het totaal van alle openstaande facturen en dit tot volledige betaling. Bovendien zal bij niet-betaling een schadevergoeding verschuldigd van 10% van het totale bedrag van alle openstaande facturen, met een minimum van € 60 per factuur, en dit in toepassing van artikel 1226 van het Burgerlijk wetboek. Alle goederen blijven eigendom van de verkoper tot volledige betaling der facturen. Zij kunnen bij wanbetaling ten allen tijde teruggehaald worden. Garantieherstellingen en/of vervangingen bij verborgen gebreken en fabricagefouten gebeuren altijd af fabriek Beverlo. Bij herstellingen ter plaatse zullen verplaatsings- en/of transportkosten aangerekend worden. In geval van betwisting zijn alleen de rechtbanken van rechtsgebied Hasselt bevoegd en zal de Belgische wetgeving van toepassing zijn. General sales conditions All our deliveries are always subject to our general conditions of sale. Only Belgian law is applicable to all our activities. By placing an order the buyer declares to be irrefutably in agreement with these conditions. These conditions always prevail over any purchasing conditions of the client. Prices mentioned on our price lists only apply on the date they were issued and can be changed at any time without notice. Any sending of goods takes place at the risk and expense of the buyer unless otherwise stipulated in writing. The buyer grants BROUWLAND permission to act as intermediary between the buyer and the transport company (postal services, parcel delivery services, etc.). If a delivery is damaged, the client must always mention this on the transport document. Any complaints concerning deliveries are only valid if reported in writing within 48 hours of delivery. The responsibility of the seller is in any case limited to the replacement of damaged goods or the crediting of the price of the goods. Delivery periods on our quotations and order confirmations are only indicative. Delays in deliveries cannot result in the whole or partial cancellation of an order nor any damage compensation. Complaints concerning invoices are only valid if reported in writing within 48 hours of invoicing. Payments for goods take place net in cash, without the deduction of any discount, and on delivery unless stipulated otherwise. In the event of non-payment within the payment period, late payment interest becomes payable equal to the commercial interest rate increased by 4% of the sum of all outstanding invoices up until the time of full payment, and this automatically and without notification being required. Furthermore, in the event of non-payment damage compensation will become payable of 10% of the total sum of all outstanding invoices with a minimum of €60 per invoice, this with the application of article 1226 of the Belgian Civil Code. All goods remain the property of the seller up to the time of full payment of all invoices. Goods may be recovered in the event of non-payment. Repairs and/or replacements under the guarantee in the case of hidden defects or manufacturing faults always take place ex-works in Beverlo. If repairs are carried out at the buyer, travelling and/or transportation costs will be charged. In the case of any disputes, only the lawcourts of the legal district of Hasselt are competent, and only Belgian law will be applicable. Conditions générales de vente Toutes nos livraisons sont toujours soumises à nos conditions générales de vente. Seul le droit belge est applicable à toutes nos activités. Par le biais de la commande, l’acheteur marque son accord complet sur les présentes conditions générales. Ces conditions générales de vente priment toujours sur les éventuelles conditions d’achat de l’acheteur. Les prix indiqués dans nos tarifs ne sont valables qu’à la date d’émission et peuvent de tout temps être modifiés sans notification préalable. Toute expédition s’effectue toujours aux risques et aux frais de l’acheteur, à moins qu’il n’en soit expressément stipulé autrement par écrit. L’acheteur donne à BROUWLAND l’autorisation d’agir en qualité d’intermédiaire entre l’acheteur et les sociétés de transport respectives (La Poste, un service des colis postaux, etc.). En de livraison de marchandises détériorées, le client doit toujours formuler des réserves sur le document de transport. Toutes les éventuelles plaintes relatives aux livraisons ne sont valables que si elles sont communiquées par écrit dans les 48 heures de la livraison. La responsabilité du vendeur est en toute hypothèse limitée au remplacement des marchandises détériorées ou à l’inscription au crédit du prix des marchandises. Les délais de livraison indiqués sur nos offres et nos confirmations de commande ne sont donnés qu’à titre indicatif. Les éventuels retards ne peuvent entraîner ni une annulation totale ou partielle de la commande, ni des dommages et intérêts. Les plaintes relatives à la facturation ne sont valables qu’à la condition d’être notifiées par écrit dans les 48 heures de la facturation. Le paiement des marchandises s’effectue net au comptant lors de la livraison, sans déduction de la moindre remise, à moins qu’il n’en soit indiqué autrement. En cas de non-paiement dans le délai stipulé, un intérêt moratoire égal à l’intérêt commercial légal, majoré de 4 %, sera automatiquement et sans mise en demeure dû sur le total de toutes les factures en suspens et ce, jusqu’à leur paiement complet. En outre, en cas de non-paiement, des dommages et intérêts s’élevant à 10 % du montant total de toutes les factures en suspens, avec un minimum de € 60 par facture, seront exigibles et ce, en application de l’article 1226 du Code Civil. Toutes les marchandises demeurent la propriété du vendeur jusqu’au paiement intégral des factures. Elles peuvent être de tout temps récupérées en cas de défaut de paiement. Les réparations sous garantie et/ou les remplacements en cas de vices cachés et de vices de fabrication s’effectuent toujours départ usine Beverlo. En cas de réparations sur place, les frais de transport et/ou de déplacement seront comptabilisés. En cas de litige, seuls les tribunaux du ressort de Hasselt seront compétents et le droit belge trouvera à s’appliquer. Allgemeine Verkaufsbedingungen Alle unsere Lieferungen unterliegen immer unseren allgemeinen Verkaufsbedingungen. Auf all unsere Handlungen ist nur das belgische Gesetz anwendbar. Durch Aufgabe seiner Bestellung erklärt sich der Käufer unwiderruflich mit diesen Bedingungen einverstanden. Diese Bedingungen haben immer Vorrang vor den eventuellen Ankaufsbedingungen des Kunden. In unseren Preislisten angegebene Preise sind nur am Ausgabedatum gültig und können jederzeit ohne vorhergehende Mitteilung geändert werden. Jeder Versand erfolgt stets auf Risiko und Kosten des Käufers, es sei denn, dass ausdrücklich und schriftlich etwas Anderslautendes vereinbart wurde. Der Käufer erlaubt BROUWLAND als Vermittler zwischen dem Käufer und der jeweiligen Transportgesellschaft (Post, Paketservice usw.) aufzutreten. Bei beschädigter Lieferung muss der Kunde immer auf dem Transportdokument Angabe machen. Eventuelle Reklamationen zu Lieferungen sind nur gültig, wenn sie innerhalb von 48 Stunden nach Lieferung schriftlich mitgeteilt werden. Die Haftung des Verkäufers ist in jedem Fall auf den Tausch der beschädigten Waren oder die Gutschrift des Preises der Waren beschränkt. In unseren Angeboten und Auftragsbestätigungen angegebene Lieferzeiten sind richtungsweisend. Eventuelle Verzögerungen geben weder Anlass zu teilweiser oder vollständiger Annullierung der Bestellung noch zu irgendeinem Schadenersatz. Eventuelle Reklamationen zur Rechnungslegung sind nur gültig, wenn sie innerhalb von 48 Stunden nach Rechnungslegung schriftlich mitgeteilt werden. Bezahlung der Waren erfolgt netto und bar, bei Lieferung und ohne Abzug irgendwelcher Preisnachlässe, außer wenn etwas Anderslautendes vereinbart wurde. Bei Nichtbezahlung innerhalb der vereinbarten Frist werden automatisch und ohne Inverzugsetzung Verzugszinsen in Höhe der gesetzlichen kommerziellen Zinsen zuzüglich 4% auf den Gesamtbetrag aller offenstehenden Rechnungen fällig und zwar bis zur vollständigen Bezahlung. Darüber hinaus wird bei Nichtbezahlung einen Schadenersatz von 10 % des Gesamtbetrags aller offenstehenden Rechnungen - mindestens jedoch 60 € pro Rechnung – fällig und zwar unter Anwendung von Artikel 1226 des Bürgerlichen Gesetzbuchs. Alle Waren bleiben bis zur vollständigen Bezahlung der Rechnungen Eigentum des Verkäufers. Sie können bei Nichtzahlung jederzeit zurückgeholt werden. Garantiereparaturen und/oder -auswechslungen bei verborgenen Mängeln und Herstellungsfehlern erfolgen immer ab Fabrik Beverlo. Bei Reparaturen vor Ort werden Reise- und/oder Transportkosten berechnet. Im Fall von Streitigkeiten sind nur die Gerichte des Rechtsgebiets Hasselt zuständig und ist das belgische Recht anwendbar. NOTITIES •NOTATIONS •NOTIZEN •NOTES NOTITIES •NOTATIONS •NOTIZEN •NOTES NOTITIES •NOTATIONS •NOTIZEN •NOTES Brewferm in the spotlight ® new concept You’ve probably noticed on our website and in this catalog that we gave our Brewferm ® products a new look. The packages were in desperate need of a makeover! Everything was given a new look & feel, but the ingredients and materials for brewing a delicious beer of course stayed unchanged. Starter kits Basic & Deluxe The Basic and Deluxe starter kits can be used in combination with the Brewferm ® beer kits. Starter kits Superior Electric, Gas & Base For use with the Brewferm ® malt kits. Malt kits Ideal for use with the Superior starter kits. PRÉARIS QUADRUPEL • MOUTEN KOP • BLONDIE • RED SPECIAL • BLACK GOLD • MONNIKSKAP • LUXE PILS • BEAVER-ALE • MR. WHITE BEVERIUS • GOLDEN BEVERIUS • GABRIEL • MC BEAVER SCOTCH ALE IRISH TAPDANCER • KÖLNER • ALT • BAVARIENFEST • WEIZEN • WEIZEN DOPPELBOCK • BROWN PORTER • INDIANA ALE • BEAVER BOCK • KONINGSBOK • BARLEY WINE. Brouwland is Our brands: 4000 ARTICLES 500 m² SHOWROOM AFTER SALE SERVICE BROUWLAND is Europe’s most specialised supplier for winemakers, Europe’s largest showroom for winemakers and beer brewers where Most consumer products have a standard 2-year warranty. In case brewers and liqueur manufacturers, for professional and hobby use. almost all our products are displayed. Our professional sales staff is of professional machines this varies from product to product. Do Whatever you are looking for, be it a tiny airlock or an automatic available for assistance Monday to Friday from 9am till 6pm and you have a problem with one of our products or departments? 2000-liter brewing system, Brouwland can supply it all. Due to our Saturday from 9am till 5pm. Are you planning a daytrip? Visit our Please let us know! We will try to help you as quickly and efficiently increasing stock and to provide our customers a faster service, our website for a list of hotels and tourist sightings in the area. as possible. house 5400 m2 large in total. This means we’re able to deliver 95% DELIVERY worldwide BROUWLAND services of our articles even more quickly. Larger machines are usually avai- Brouwland can organise transport anywhere in the world, whether Do you have a problem with your wine, beer or liqueur? Would you lable on order, with delivery between 2-8 weeks depending on the you need a small parcel or a large machine. We deliver dozens of like an analysis of your brew? You can, visit our website for a list of all manufacturer. Contact our sales department for more details. shipments every day. Transport costs are always charged. Your re- possible analysis. Should you wish we’ll even come to you for some quested articles will be sent to you as quickly as possible. problem solving. Our products are sold by more than 80 retail outlets in the Benelux BROUWLAND PROFESSIONAL FREE CATALOG and a large number of distributors worldwide. Visit www.brouwland. Our “professional” department is specialised in selling machines Do you know someone who wants our free catalog or do you want com for a distributor near you. Of course not all retail outlets/dis- and installations as well as raw materials and consumable goods to to order one yourself? Just go to our website and fill in the order tributors have our whole range in stock. Contact artisanal vineyards, micro breweries, juice companies etc. Do not form. You can also email, call or fax us to request the catalog. With the retail outlet/distributor to find out which Brouw- hesitate to contact the “professional” department if you have a these grouped shipment it could take 2-3 weeks before you receive land products they sell. Would you like to become technical question or would like a personal estimate. the catalog. In the mean time you can browse through or down- warehouse has been expanded with 2400 m2, making our ware- RETAILERS worldwide a distributor yourself? Then pass your company details on to our wholesale department and ask for the distributor terms and conditions. With Vinoferm® you have all the materials and ingredients you need for making your own wine: wine yeast, yeast nutrients, acids & deacidifiers, enzymes, clarifiers, oak chips, measuring instruments, fruit presses, siphons, wine filters. Brewferm®: everything for brewing your own beer: beer yeast, malt & flakes, hop, enzymes & clarifiers, taste improvers, sugars, beer kits & malt kits, brewing kettles, wort coolers, measuring instruments. Natursaft® is fruit and vegetable processing: steam juicers, rum pots, apple slicers, jar openers. load the online version on our website. Alcoferm®: making your own liqueur was never so easy: natural liqueur extracts, alambics, distilling columns. Herbs for making wine, beer, liqueur or cheese. Or just make your own cup of delicious tea with these Herborifarm® herbs. Make your own delicious cheese with our Lactoferm® products: cheese presses, soy drink makers, yoghurt machines, cultures: yoghurt, cheese, kefir & bifidus, rennet, herbs, natural colourants, cheese mould cultures. Brouwland bvba Korspelsesteenweg 86 • B-3581 Beverlo - Belgium Tel. +32-(0)11-40.14.08 • Fax. +32-(0)11-34.73.59 email@example.com • www.brouwland.com ® Beer Introductio Introduction CATALOG After being the market leader for 40 years, with more than 4000 products, Brouwland looks at the future with confidence. Thanks to its own brands, an efficient distribution and the strive for maximum customer satisfaction, Brouwland delivers its products in more than 65 countries worldwide with the help of 39 employees. 2012 - 2013 www.brouwland.com A constant search for new products and follow-up on the latest trends makes it possible for Brouwland to have the most elaborate range of products for the customer. Not only for amateur wine makers, beer brewers, liqueur makers or home farmers, but also for professionals: microbreweries, juice factories, winegrowers, etc.: all find their way to Brouwland. Cheese Liqueur YOUR RESELLER Our new catalog 2012-2013 was given a new and improved look, we hope you like it. Enjoy Bart Balis Wine Brouwland bvba Korspelsesteenweg 86 • B-3581 Beverlo - Belgium Tel. +32-(0)11-40.14.08 • Fax. +32-(0)11-34.73.59 firstname.lastname@example.org • www.brouwland.com