Mash Tuns

Mashing converts the starches released during the malting stage into sugars that can be fermented. The milled grain is mixed with hot water in a large vessel known as a mash tun where the grain and water are mixed together to create a cereal mash.

The result of the mashing process is a sugar rich liquid or "wort" which is then strained through the bottom of the mash tun in a process known as lautering. Mash tuns have a mixing paddle on the bottom to ensure that the mix of water and malt is constantly.

Key Features

• Duplex stainless steel – Scale resistant

• Perforated sheet / wedge wire false floors

• Bespoke sponge arm design

• Hinged stainless steel lids

• CIP system

• Multiple manifold outlets for even sponge draw off