By Evan Rusch, Marketing Manager at TechniBlend™ and ProBrew™
I am happy to announce that we will be previewing our presence at this year’s Craft Brewer’s Conference and BrewExpo in a series of blogs. ProBrew is a proud sponsor of CBC 2023 and we have multiple ways for people to engage with us at the event.
First off, we are going to cover everything that will be at Booth #433.
The ProFill 200 Can Filler
The ProFill Can filling system is a state-of-the-art, high-speed, mechanically controlled can filling system designed around proven European true-counter-pressure-gravity filling technology and rotary can seaming technology. The ProFill Can is designed to fill beverages in a variety of can sizes and volumes offering today’s craft beer & beverage producers a wide range of flexibility. The ProFill Can filling systems achieve filling speeds ranging from 100 cans per minute up to 600 cans per minute while delivering very precise fill levels, very low O2 pickup and minimal product loss.
The ProFill Can filler incorporates a highly engineered, and superior manufactured rotary, high-speed, precision can seaming system that produces perfectly seamed cans while minimizing O2 pickup and product loss. The seaming machine is integrated into the can filling system with a common-base design and a high-speed tangential can discharge ensuring optimal high speed can control, very low O2 pickup and superior product integrity.
Want to see the ProFill 200 live? Attendees can book their own individual time slot at the show with one of our subject matter experts by visiting probrew.com/cbc23.
As mentioned in a previous blog, the non-alcoholic market is rising fast:
“NielsenIQ’s data shows the market for nonalcoholic beer, wine and spirits grew more than 20% last year — and more than 120% over the last three years. The market now sees almost $400 million in annual sales.”
Nielsen’s data also found that “82% of people who buy nonalcoholic beers, wine and spirits also buy traditional alcoholic drinks.” This means that the N/A alcohol market is also helping to grow the sales of traditional alcohol containing drinks.
Excerpt from “The Rising N/A Market and its Affect on the Industry” By Tom Lex
This data shows that breweries need to have the appropriate equipment to adjust to these trends. The Alchemator from ProBrew allows craft brewers to easily separate the alcohol and water from any fermented beverage. Simply add deaerated water to the remaining concentrate to make full-flavored low-alcohol or nonalcoholic beer or beverage from the original beer, cider, wine, kombucha and more.
We will also be handing out taste tests of non-alcoholic beer created on the Alchemator in partnership with Atmos Brewing! To make sure you get plenty of time to discuss your non-alcoholic craft beer needs, schedule time with one of our subject matter experts by visiting probrew.com/cbc23.
ProCarb™ Carbonating Solutions
Whether you are a household name or a brewery just getting started, the ability to carbonate at an appropriate scale is key. That is why ProBrew offers our ProCarb machinery in three different versions, each matching the necessary output goals of the brewery.
The ProCarb provides breweries & beverage producers with a wide range of inline capabilities, inline nitrogenation, and centrifugal separation technologies that are saving beverage producers time, money and energy while delivering best-in-class liquid gasification and clarification results.
Next Week’s Preview: Party at Yazoo Brewing
That concludes our preview of what will be at Booth #433 from ProBrew. We are excited to be exhibiting with other members of the ProMach family of brands as well as hosting a party at Yazoo Brewing for attendees on Monday, May 8th. If you would like to RSVP to this party, please visit probrew.com/cbc23.
About the Author
Evan Rusch, Marketing Manager – Evan is a newcomer to the beverage processing space but brings years of marketing expertise to TechniBlend. Having come from the software and financial technology industry, he brings a new perspective to the team.
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