A hot water solution for West Coast brewery

A hot water solution for West Coast brewery

Surface learned quickly the limitations of the hot water system at Mt Tabor’s 1,100-sq.ft. Vancouver facility.  Inside, one 250-gal. storage tank equipped with three electric heating elements would bring the water to temperature. “The problem is once the hot water was used for the day, it would take several hours until you could get hot water again,” Surface said.  And that’s a big problem for a brewery because the process begins and ends with hot water.

Mt Tabor produces more than a dozen craft beer varieties, including top se

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