Brewer chills out with high quality beers

Beavertown brewery installed an ICS Cool Energy temperature system

Beavertown Brewery, a fast-growing London craft brewery, is making use of high-performance temperature control systems from ICS Cool Energy to meet its cooling requirements.

Now based in Tottenham, where all the brewing, storage and distribution happens, the company approached ICS Cool Energy to provide a hired cooling system that would ensure constant product quality, while providing a practical alternative to capital expenditure.

Beavertown’s relationship with ICS started when an existing cooling system failed to cope. The company installed a 75kW chiller, with a 1,000l buffer cube and a secondary circulation pump to bypass the failed system. A chiller and air handler package was also added in the storage area during peak ambient temperatures during the summer.

When the fermenter numbers were doubled to 12, a second 75kW chiller was installed.

By the time the brewery had 24 fermentation tanks, space was limited, so ICS Cool Energy delivered a bespoke tank to fit the space along with two new 135kW chillers.

Contact: ICS Cool Energy

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