Propylene Glycol for Breweries, Wineries & Vineyards
When it comes to temperature consistency during the fermentation process, microbrewers and craft brewers rely on a high-quality heat transfer fluid. Small variations of temperature during the fermentation process can cause oiliness or other off-flavors during brewing.
Keller Heartt inhibited propylene glycol heat transfer fluids help enable reliable, long-lasting, and dependable performance providing necessary cooling and refrigeration for secondary fermentation vessels. Propylene Glycol and other food grade coolants are perfect for breweries, wineries and vineyards.
Keller-Heartt fluids are acceptable for use as a heat transfer fluid in applications where incidental contact with food and beverage products is possible.
For domestic breweries, microbreweries, and craft brewers looking to maintain chiller systems, Keller-Heartt offers USP Kosher food grade Propylene Glycol.
Propylene Glycol is a food grade antifreeze, deemed safe by the FDA and used in many types of food and drink products, to help cool the product. When mixed with water, Propylene Glycol becomes the right cooling temperature for breweries to use (25°F to 27°F).
See why Oklahoma City craft brewer, Stonecloud Brewing Co. prefers Keller-Heartt’s food-grade Propylene Glycol:
Keller-Heartt: What was the product you were looking for and proposed use for said product?
Stonecloud Brewing: I was looking for inhibited propylene glycol which we were going to use at our brewery to chill our fermenters.
Keller-Heartt: What factors did you consider, before purchasing the product?
Stonecloud Brewing: We were looking for inhibited propylene glycol which met the specs for our glycol chiller, and we were obviously concerned about price and making sure we got the right stuff.
Keller-Heartt: Why did you choose Keller-Heartt to purchase the product?
Stonecloud Brewing: We chose Keller-Heartt because they had the best price on the exact glycol we were looking for.
Keller-Heartt: Would you recommend Keller-Heartt to others looking for food-grade lubricants?
Stonecloud Brewing: Absolutely! We'll check Keller-heartt next time we need glycol.