ProBrew in New Berlin will supply a fully-automated
20-barrel brewhouse for Raised Grain Brewing Co.’s new
facility on Dolphin Drive in Waukesha.
WAUKESHA - For its new, larger brewing facility in
Waukesha, Raised Grain Brewing Co. has selected
equipment made by ProBrew in New Berlin.
ProBrew will supply a fully-automated 20-barrel
brewhouse, a state-of-the-art rotary canning line, a
centrifuge with patented inline carbonation and a keg
washer/filler, as well as ancillary production
components for Raised Grain’s new production brewery.
selected ProBrew for their engineering capabilities.
Initially, they were providing only our canning line,
but as we got to know them and became more comfortable
with their team, we realized the potential of working
with them for much more,” said Dr. Scott Kelley, owner
and brewmaster at Raised Grain, in a statement. “We’re
both relative newcomers to the craft brew scene, but we
see this as a partnership of expertises.”
ProBrew in New Berlin will provide a centrifuge with
patented inline carbonation and a keg washer/ filler for
Raised Grain Brewing’s new Waukesha facility.
Raised Grain, a crafter brewer, opened two years ago,
and is in the process of a large expansion to meet the
growing demand for its beer. The new brewing space will
be located in a 20,000-square-foot building at 1725
Dolphin Drive. The existing space at 2244 W. Bluemound
Road will remain a brewing area to experiment with new
beers and still serve beer to customers.
ProBrew has been providing custom systems and solutions
to the craft beverage industry for the past four years,
including Shorts, Saucy Brew Works, Devil’s Backbone and
many more. ProBrew’s parent company, TechniBlend, has
been providing beverage processing equipment and
solutions to companies such as Coca-Cola, Pepsi,
MillerCoors and Sam Adams for the past nine years.
“We’re both local companies, and there is tremendous
value in that,” said Nick Reistad, owner and Sales &
Marketing for Raised Grain. “We’re both pushing the
Milwaukee and Wisconsin craft beer scene forward, and
we’re creating and keeping jobs here.”