ECOJET Lowers Energy Costs The Pyraser Country Brewery

News from the SCS Schneider GmbH the Pyraser country brewery GmbH & co. KG has been equipped with the ECOJET high performance magnetic system of the company SCS the burners of their heating and production systems Schneider and saves energy to over seven percent. In the middle of the Franconian countryside lies the small village of Pyras, which is known far beyond the borders of the land of the Franks, for the good beer of the Pyraser country brewery GmbH & co. KG. Now in its third generation, the owner-managed family company Georg Bernreuther, his daughter Marlies and the grandson of Marc brewing what pleases the palate. Three wells with a depth of 105 meters deliver the soft brewing water for this and make sure the quality of original purity.

When a hole we encountered that as Pyraser forest source 1998 even low-sodium mineral water,\”is suitable for baby food. That convinced until today not only families, but also the beer connoisseur\”, so Georg Bernreuther. Each of the 18 varieties of beer is produced according to an own recipe of the used Types of malt and hop varieties will decide later to empty whats in the glass. Over 80% of the beer is bottled in screw cap bottles since 1993 here, up to 8,000 boxes daily. A clean business with innovative ideas is the country brewery in Pyras trends. Since 1973, we clarify the wastewater in our own, fully biological wastewater treatment plant, the small town of 1999 also was connected to the. Environmental protection and-schonung – since we are fed forward\”, Bernreuther explains proud to do so. We use as only country brewery in Europe also for a part of our energy supply from House 3 km distant landfill biogas.\” Brewing beer is a very energy-intensive process. To reduce costs and to make a more effective contribution to environmental protection, the company sought long for a solution for its facilities, consisting of from steam boilers of Loos, which operate with burners Weishaupt and Elco.

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