Definition of fermenter
1 : an organism that causes fermentation
2 or fermentor \(ˌ)fər-ˈmen-tər\ : an apparatus for carrying out fermentation
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The brewery has a 10-barrel system with two 10-barrel and four 20-barrel fermenters and a pair of conditioning tanks.
Saucy also has a full lab, and Anderson is teaching an intern from John Carroll University to gauge the cleanliness levels of the fermenters.
The brewhouse expansion allows for a canning line, four new fermenters and the chance to increase from 2,500 barrels a year to 5,000 barrels a year, Dupee said.
At Third Space Brewing, 1505 W. St. Paul Ave., a group of birthday-celebrating friends sip from pint glasses, ready to walk behind the scenes into the land of giant stainless steel fermenters and holding tanks.
And old basement that was fodder for trash is now the brewery with a pristine floor, shiny fermenters, grains storage and cold room.
Baker and Shanks point to a small computer monitor tucked between the stainless steel vats and wooden fermenters.
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