There are four ingredients that make up good beer … yeast, hops, malt …. and of course … water. Many hours go into the choice of the first three … but often the main ingredient that makes up over 90% of beer …. water … is an afterthought.
An analysis of your water is a great start. Maybe your water smells a little, leaves stains on the sink or tastes of chlorine or organic material.
Reverse Osmosis systems remove up to 99.8% of dissolved solids from the water by passing water through a semipermeable membrane under pressure. RO will remove most dissolved solids (ions) and other constituents that can give the beer an inconsistent taste. The result is water that is very low in minerals and alkalinity.
Many beers can be brewed with RO water without any modifications, but there are recipes that are enhanced with the addition of some minerals such as sodium chloride, baking soda, gypsum, epson salts, chalk, and some others. Together these are known as “Brewing Salts”. The important part here is to start with a clean slate … pure water from an EPRO RO. The best water for brewing beer!
Depending on the size of your operation, EPRO has a unit to match your demand.
Call us today for advice or an introduction to one of our fine dealers.
|EPRO E||1500||3000||25-40%||Econo unit. Pick this unit for smaller flow applications if you don’t need to control other equipment such as pre-filtration or post pressurization. Electrical is 1 phase only.||EPRO E Series Brochure|
|EPRO RO||600||10,000||25-45%||The EPRO RO series has more options than the E-Series and can control other equipment in addition to the RO. Many different electrical service options available including 3 phase.||EPRO RO Brochure|
|EPRO SW||1,000||6,000||Pick this unit if your business will use seawater as the source||EPRO SW Brochure|
|EPRO Commercial||11,500||24,500||40-70%||Pre-Engineered units for Medium Flow Applications||EPRO Commercial RO|
|EPRO LMF||28,500||170,000||70% with recycle||Pre-engineered, quick delivery systems for Higher Flow Applications||LMF Brochure|