Mash Equipment

Mashing is a key part of the distilling process converting the starches to fermentable sugars. We have several mashing systems to meet your requirements. Whether you will distill wort, a full mash (grain-in), or other starches, we have the equipment.

  • Malt Mills
  • Augers
  • Mash tuns (open top and rake/plow)
  • Jacketed mash tuns
    (steam and/or cooling)
  • Sparge pumps and grants

DISTILLERY DESIGNER

Use our Distillery Designer tool to build your turnkey distillery.


When you complete the Distillery Designer, we will ask you for your contact information so a proposal can be e-mailed to you.

When it comes to mashing grains there are several options. Here are two examples:

Example1:

The grains are mashed in the mash tun and then the mash (grains and all) are chilled in the mash tun and then pumped to the fermenter. This requires a double jacketed mash tun (for heating and cooling).


Example2:

The grains are mashed in the mash tun and then the lauder / sparge process separates the wort from the grains through a plate heat exchanger and then to the fermenter: