Located in Philadelphia at Market at the Fareway, Chestnut Hill Brewing Co. is a popular microbrewery with a taproom and beer garden currently offering approximately eight draft beers and delicious food to their loyal patrons. Owner and brewer, Nick Gunderson, prides himself on inventing and creating an ever-evolving lineup of small-batch beer made from fresh ingredients. His favorite beer they offer? Chestnut Hill’s very own west-coast style IPA.
A couple years ago, Nick decided it was time to upgrade his brewing equipment from a 2-barrel to a 5-barrel system with six fermenters and six brite tanks. This decision allowed him to increase the brewery’s monthly output to sixty kegs. First on the list of equipment upgrades was a new industrial-grade custom brewery chiller that could keep up with an increasingly sophisticated brewing process.
Each Chestnut Hill Brewing Co. brite tank required specific temperature maintenance of 28 degrees Fahrenheit year-round. Other requirements included high uptime rates for consistent product production, a draft system pump built into the chiller for foam control, and remote chiller system access. Nick wanted to receive important system information and notifications while not on-site.
When asked why he chose to work with us, Nick said, “I chose Drake because they have great customer service, and the chillers are manufactured here in the US. I had peace of mind that if something happened, Drake would be there to help.”
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