The fermentation tank farm may be our pride and joy. This may be because they just are the biggest and shiniest things in our brewery, or it may be the fact that the three fermenters hold approximately 15,000 12 oz pours. The uni tanks are nice because they allow for both fermentation and force carbonation. We currently have the far right tank dedicated to our Kolsch, and save the other two for our Stout and Pale Ale. We’ll also be adding seasonal releases in the near future. A big part of our fermentation system was adding glycol chiller and lines. Since each of these thanks is jacketed to help us specifically maintain a temperature, the glycol helps us do just that. When we were deciding which lines to install for the glycol system, we came across Aquatherm, which is based in Germany. We were the first brewery in Georgia to use Aquatherm in a brew house, even though it’s been used in other countries for over 50 years. This was so revolutionary for the U.S. brewing industry that we were featured in an engineering magazine.