Brewing

DME has been a global leader in manufacturing brewery equipment for commercial breweries, to micro-breweries and brew-pubs. We have a website dedicated to our entire line of brewery equipment. Find out more about the best brewery equipment you can invest in at www.dmebrewing.com

DME Process Systems is a global leader in the manufacturing of high-quality brewery equipment. The DME Brewing Solutions brand of brewery equipment continues to be the sought after standard with craft breweries since 1991. With corporate headquarters located in Prince Edward Island, Canada, sales and support offices in Canada, Holland and China and manufacturing facilities in Canada and China, DME’s team has been leaders in the craft beer industry globally providing quality commercial brewing equipment for more than 1200 projects.

Through the ups and downs of the growth of the craft brewing industry, we like to think that we have learned alongside our customers. That’s why today we are able to offer our customers systems that have been built by brewers and engineers; incorporating decades of feedback, testing, and improvements.

At DME Process Systems, we understand that each brewery project is unique and that you are doing so much more than brewing on our equipment. You’ll be creating a business, realizing a dream or exploring your passion. That’s why our team will be right beside you, just as excited.

What equipment is needed for a brewery?

A brewery needs essential equipment: brewhouse, kettles, kegs, boilers, bottling and canning lines, conveyors, cooling systems, storage tanks, fermentation tanks, filters and beer-labeling machines, piping and tubing, refrigeration equipment, cleaning equipment, CIP system, waste treatment systems and tap handles to name a few.

How much does a brewhouse cost?

Every brewhouse and brewery operation has unique requirements for the equipment and sizes they need. The best way to get an idea of the cost of starting a brewery is to get a free quote from our sales team.

What are brewery tanks called?

The most common type of brewery tank you see are fermentation vessels also known as fermenters, FBs or unitanks. They are tanks where wort is held as it ferments into beer.