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Glycol Chillers Designed for Breweries & Distilleries

Maximize Beer Production and Cool Fermentation Tanks, Brite Tanks and Wort Coolers.

  • High fluid flow promotes maximum heat transfer for faster and more consistent product cooling.
  • Designed to Provide 20°F - 30°F Glycol - to support all of your cooling needs.
  • Built for your environment - rugged design shrinks your worries, reduces maintenance cost and provides the best product for your needs.
  • Backed by a nationwide service network of independent service companies that accelerates service attention and minimizes downtime in the event of a problem.
  • Backed by experienced application and service professionals. Our applications specialists listen to your unique requirements to guarantee the selection of the correct glycol/water chiller to meet your needs while minimizing your initial investment and ongoing energy costs.
  • Have A Question? Looking For Help? Not sure what you need in a glycol chiller for your brewery? Call Advantage at 317-887-0729
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Partial List of Brewing Customers OpenClose

  • Parched Eagle Brewpub, Westport, Wisconsin
  • Humble Abbey Brewing, Lake Clarke Shorts, Florida
  • Cotton and Reed, Washington DC
  • Grand Junction Brewing, Westfield IN
  • August Schell Brewing Co., New Ulm, MN
  • Lake Charlevoix Brewing, Charlevoix MI
  • Stone Church Brewing, Corona, CA
  • Ocean Son, Orlando, Florida
  • Hoosier Brewing Company, Franklin, Indiana
  • Parched Eagle Brewpub, Westport WI
  • Euryale Brewing, Riverside CA
  • Round Town Brewery, Indianapolis, IN
  • Four Bullets Brewery, Richardson TX
  • Peak 54 Brewing, Corona, CA
  • Delta Blues Winery, Lackland, Tennessee
  • Demented Brewing Co, Middlesex NJ
  • Clam Lake Beer Company, Cadillac MI
  • St Joseph Brewery & Public House, Indianapolis IN
  • Black Mountain Distillery, Cave Creek, Arizona
  • 1859 Cider Company, Salem, Oregon
  • Deer Creek Brewery, Noblesville, IN
  • Chippewa River Distillery, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
  • Needy Craft, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Bent Rail Brewery, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Ash & Elm Cider, Indianapolis, IN
  • Hopkinsville Brewing, Hopkinsville, Kentucky
  • Cedar Creek Brew company, Seven Points, Texas
  • Weyerbacher Brewing Co, Easton PA
  • French Lick Winery, West Baden Springs, Indiana
  • Flying Heart Brewing, Bossier City, Louisiana
  • Restless Spirits Distilling, North Kansas City, Missouri
  • Black Swan Brewpub, Plainfield IN
  • Reverence Brewing Company,
  • Five Points Brewing Co, San Deigo CA
  • Winchester Brew Works, Winchester, VA
  • Friendship Brewing Company, Wentzville, Missouri
  • Knuth Brewing, Ripon, Wisconsin
  • Railhouse Brewery, Aberdeen NC
  • Black Cloister Brewing Co, Toledo OH
  • Brookeville Brewing, Brookeville, Maryland
  • Pivot Brewing Company, Central Valley, New York
  • Sun King Brewing, Indianapolis IN
  • Flat 12 Brierwerks, Indianapolis IN
  • Wayfarers Ale Ltd, Port Williams, NS
  • Une Annee, Chicago, Illinois
  • Jughandle Brewing Company, Tinton Falls, New Jersey
  • Elevation 5003 Distillery, Fort Collins, Colorado
  • Great Barn Brewery, Kintnersville, PA
  • Shale Creek Brewery, Franklin, Indiana
  • Deadly Sins Brewing, Winter Park, Florida
  • Sierra Nevada Brewing, Chico, California
  • Red Dragon Brewery, Fredericksburg, Virginia
  • Bluetick Brewery, Maryville TN
  • Millersburg Brewing Company, Millersburg, Ohio
  • Absolute Threshold Brewery, Fort Collins, CO
  • Dockside 700, Tahoe City CA
  • El Paso Brewing Company, El Paso, Texas
  • Hopfusion Ale Works, Fort Worth, Texas
  • Dry County Brewing, Spruce Pine, North Carolina
  • Chambers Bay Distillery LLC, University Place, Washington
  • LaOtta Brewing, LaOtta, Indiana
  • Mount Pleasant Brewing Co, Mt Pleasant MI
  • Great Spirits, Boulder, Colorado
  • Three Rings Brewery, McPherson, Kansas
  • Woodland Beer, Marcy, New York
  • Four Day Ray Brewing, Fishers, Indiana
  • The Commons Brewery, Portland OR
  • Obed and Isaacs, Springfield, Illinois
  • Hoi Polloi Brewpub, Berkeley, California
  • O'so Brewing Co, Plovel, Wisconsin

Resources

Details on how to prepare your facility for the arrival of your glycol chiller.

Preparing For Your Glycol Chiller

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Type: Booklet

Pages: 10

Size: 1.6 MB

Typical Brewery or Distillery Glycol Cooling System With Reverse Return Piping

Typical Brewery or Distillery Glycol Cooling System With Reverse Return Piping

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Pages: 1

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Typical Brewery or Distillery Glycol Cooling System With Direct Return Piping

Typical Brewery or Distillery Glycol Cooling System With Direct Return Piping

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Indoor Units

Indoor Glycol Chillers

Model
Capacity BTU *
Compressor Horsepower
Pump Horsepower
Flow GPM
BC-1A
5,288
1
1/2
2.4
BC-1.5A
9,028
1.5
1/2
3.6
BG-2A
14,192
2
3/4
4.8
BG-3A
17,992
3
3/4
7.2
BGD-3A
17,292
3
3/4
7.2
BGD-5A
30,512
5
2
12
BGD-5A-65G
30,512
5
2
12
BGD-7.5A
45,512
7.5
2
18
BGD-7.5A-65G
45,512
7.5
2
18
BGD-10A
62,412
10
2
24
BGD-10A-65G
62,412
10
2
24
BGD-15A
95,368
15
3
36
BG-20A
117,274
20
3
48
BG-25A
149,456
25
5
60
BG-30A
197,456
30
5
72

*Capacity at 25°F LFT and 115°F condensing temperature. Capacities may be +/5% as reserved by the compressor manufacturer. The minimum recommended operating temperature when no glycol is used is 48°F.

Outdoor Units

Outdoor Glycol Chillers

Model
Capacity BTU *
Compressor Horsepower
Pump Horsepower
Flow GPM
BG-2A-N4
14,192
2
¾
7.2
BG-3A-N4
17,992
3
1
10
BGD-3A-N4
17,292
3
1.
10
BGD-5A-N4
30,512
5
2
12
BG-7.5A-N4
45,512
7.5
2
18
BGD-10A-N4
62,412
10
2
24
OACS-20S-MG-1P-BC
117,274
20
3
48
OACS-25S-MG-1P-BC
149,456
25
5
60
OACS-30S-MG-1P-BC
197,456
30
5
72
OACS-40S-MG-1P-BC
263,000
20
7
96
OACS-50S-MG-1P-BC
323,000
25
7.
120
OACS-60S-MZC-2P-BC
417,000
30
7.5
144
OACS-75S-MZC-2P-BC
438,000
75
10
175
OACS-95S-MZC-2P-BC
564,000
95
15
226
OACS-105S-MZC-2P-BC
612,000
105
20
245
OACS-125S-MZC-2P-BC
738,000
125
20
312
OACS-20D-MZC-2P-BC
119,336
19
3
48
OACS-25D-MZC-2P-BC
149,456
24.
5
72
OACS-30D-MZC-2P-BC
185,548
15
5
72
OACS-40D-MZC-2P-BC
234,548
20
7
96
OACS-50D-MZC-2P-BC
298,912
25
7.
120
OACS-60D-MZC-2P-BC
394,912
30
7.
144
OACS-80D-MZC-2P-BC
526,000
40
10
192
OACS-100D-MZC-2P-BC
654,000
50
15
240
OACS-120D-MZC-2P-BC
834,000
60
20
288
OACS-150D-MZC-2P-BC
876,000
75
25
350
OACS-190D-MZC-2P-BC
1,128,000
90
30
451
OACS-210D-MZC-2P-BC
1,224,000
110
30
490

*Capacity at 25°F LFT and 115°F condensing temperature. Capacities may be +/5% as reserved by the compressor manufacturer. The minimum recommended operating temperature when no glycol is used is 48°F.

System Controls

System Controls

Glycol Chillers made in the USA by Advantage Engineering

Disclaimer: Advantage has made every effort to ensure that the results generated by the calculators available at this website are correct and valid within the limitations indicated for each calculator. However, neither Advantage nor any of its employees warrants nor accepts any liability for the use of these calculators. Use of these calculators and selection of specific input parameters often requires engineering judgment on a case by case basis. The user is cautioned to seek competent engineering assistance in the use of the calculators and application of results generated by the calculators. The user is further cautioned that the results generated are based upon certain simplifying assumptions, which may or may not be valid for a specific case.

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