fermenter


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fer·ment·er

 (fər-mĕn′tər)
n.
1. An organism that causes fermentation.
2. also fer·men·tor An apparatus that maintains optimal conditions for the growth of microorganisms, used in large-scale fermentation and in the commercial production of antibiotics and hormones.
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Dry-hopping refers to the practice of putting hops in the conditioning tank or fermenter, rather than during the boil.
Fill your fermenter with sanitizing solution and let it sit for about five minutes before draining the liquid.
Roles created will cover construction of the new fermenter, operation and key site support services.
You can aerate the wort by sealing the fermenter and shaking it vigorously for a few minutes, or beating it with a sanitized whisk for the same amount of time.
FastFerment is a premium conical fermenter that works for 5- to 7-gallon batches of wine, beer, cider and other fermentables, such as mead and kombucha.
In June 2014, Gevo commenced the co-production of isobutanol and ethanol at Luverne, with one fermenter dedicated to isobutanol production and three fermenters dedicated to ethanol production.
In the North East, Quorn - which grows and harvests by fermentation its own core ingredient, a naturally occurring plant protein - is currently creating a third fermenter at its production plant in Middlesbrough.
Scil's Halle fermenter can produce pharmaceutical actives for clinical trials and for market supply.
Scila[euro](tm)s Halle fermenter can produce pharmaceutical actives for clinical trials and for market supply.
Meeting that goal in just over three days, they set a new goal of $19,000 to allow them to buy a bigger fermenter, doubling their brewing capacity.