Our 1000L Small Batch Brewing Systems can be applied to nano-brewery, small brewpubs or restaurants, large brewery test brewing. The 1000l brewery equipment is a more better choice to open your own brewery. It supports you to brew 1000L of wort each time and is suitable for use in nano or microbreweries that are smaller than large breweries and operate independently.
What is a nano brewery equipment and how much it cost?
Nano brewery is normally used for installation in microbreweries, restaurants, bars and hotels. A network of industrial systems uses brewery equipment with higher capacity. Micet Group microbreweries are installing at the customer’s sites turn-key solution.
Compared with investing in other types of breweries, opening a nano brewery requires very little capital. So, the nano-brewery equipment is the best starting point to start the beer business.
Before investing the nano brewery business, a very important question is to know how much it will cost to buy the suitable brewery equipment. If you do not have enough investigate, you might rapidly get into nano brewery startup trouble!
Where to find the brewing equipment for sale near me?
This is the question easiest to answer: Micet ships our brewery equipment to most countries in the world, all you need to do is contact us, and we can help you to arrange your nanobrewery equipment order to your complete satisfaction.
Now back to the main question: how much will my nanobrewery equipment order cost?
The equipment cost of setting up a nano brewery is significantly lower than that of a microbrewery because of the lower output volume. There are large differences in the start-up costs of nano breweries, and these differences are mainly caused by location, size of nano brewery equipment, and furniture. When opening a nano brewery, other aspects of the cost, such as production licenses and licenses, are the same. Our 1000L brewing equipment system costs between 50k USD to 100k USD.
Key Variables to Consider For Equipment Supplier Selection
|Questions to Ask
|Reputation and Track Record
|Number of years fabricating
|How long have you been supplying micro breweries? How many have you equipped? Request referrals.
|Vessels and systems align with business plan and budget
|Do your standard packages meet my specifications and budget? Where is flexibility vs customization possible?
|Quality and Lead Time
|Build robustness, components, warranty, factories used
|What grade stainless steel do you use? What quality checks during manufacturing? What is standard lead time? Rush fees?
|Order Fulfillment and Shipping
|Responsiveness to queries, proactive updates and delivery process
|How responsive are you during vessel fabrication and delivery? How are shipping damage claims handled?
|Installation and Commissioning
|Level of inclusion for installation supervision, operator training, calibrations etc
|To what extent is installation included? Is operator training provided onsite? What documents are handed over?
|Ongoing Service and Support
|Response time, preventative maintenance contracts, troubleshooting assistance
|What are the routine maintenance requirements? What is cost for annual servicing? What troubleshooting assistance resources do you provide?
Be sure to get bids from at least 3 vendors and ask lots of specific questions to evaluate fit for purpose. Give importance to quality, support and shared vision for growth over just capital cost alone.
Pros and Cons of Buying New vs Used Brewing Equipment
A major purchasing decision for new nano or micro brewery setups is whether to invest in brand new equipment or look for used vessels and hardware. While used equipment seems attractive from an upfront price perspective, it does come with higher risks around reliability and lifecycle that should be carefully evaluated.
New versus Used Brewery Equipment Comparison
|New Brewery Equipment
|Used Brewery Equipment
|Highest upfront price
|Lower upfront price point
|12-16 weeks or more
|Ready for pickup immediately
|Complete paperwork and certification
|Limited records, verbal assurances
|15-20 years guaranteed
|5-10 years expected life remaining
|Highest, meets latest standards and precision
|Greater uncertainty on vessel conditions
|Latest insulation and steam/glycol delivery efficiency
|May have older energy wasting designs
|Automation and IoT
|Latest sensors, data logging and analysis
|Typically more manual operation
|Complete documentation and trained technicians
|Limited support records and availability
|Fully customized options
|Limited ability to tailor
|Full range of buying options like leasing and loans
|Fewer financing offers
|Holds higher residual value over decades
|Depreciates faster, limited buyers
Recommendation: Being a long-term investment, opt for new equipment that aligns with business plan rather than short-term savings on used hardware which can create quality and servicing headaches later. Partner early with reputed suppliers who understand expansion plans to create modular solutions with some built-in future proofing on automation.
What is the difference between microbrewery, nano brewery and pilot brewery?
There is no exact amount of production for a nano-brewery, but it will be less than a microbrewery. Nano breweries are usually run by one person — one person produces beer, sells it, etc. Of course, the size of the equipment used in nano breweries and microbreweries varies because of the different production volumes of the breweries.
Microbreweries installation normally setup for brewery factory with distributing solutions, microbreweries produce craft beer for visitors and customers to drink on the premises, for sale at select distributors.
Nano brewery is a brewery smaller than a microbrewery. If the brewer has a unique beer idea. They can open a nano brewery to test the market.
Homebrewing refers to small-scale brewing enthusiasts who brew beer, mead, or cider at home. They usually brew their beer at home out of the hobby and will not sell it to others.
Different Production Capacity
The main difference between a microbrewery and a nano brewery is the production. By regulation, microbreweries must produce less than 15,000 barrels of beer per year.
A nanobrewery is smaller than a microbrewery, with a volume cap at 3 bbl per batch.
A pilot brewery usually has a production of 2,500bbl or less every year. Brewmasters uses pilot breweries for two reasons: recipe experimentation and test batches before moving to bigger production.
Different Start-Up Cost
The cost of starting a nano-brewery can be staggering, the average start-up cost of a nano-brewery business is about $30,000, and the maximum start-up cost is about $60,000. Under normal circumstances, the price of microbrewery equipment is in the range of 30,000-80,000 US dollars.
For home brewing, using coolers, old plastic fermentation tanks, kimchi barrels, and many kitchen utensils, plus some professional products (such as grain mills, sprayers, copper coil wort coolers, etc.), the cash expenditure for brewing is only It is 300-500 US dollars.
Micet Nano Brewery Equipment is available for sale worldwide.
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Here are 3 ways the best craft breweries have become successful:
- Embracing the entrepreneurial spirit.
- A customer-centric approach to taste.
- Breweries supporting each other.
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