Micro-Brewery Tour Combines Fun and Learning

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CO2Meter team members in Florida recently had the opportunity to learn up-close how carbon dioxide is used throughout the brewing process, and have some fun too.

Josh Pringle, Melyssia Santiago and Nelson Jimenez Rosado from CO2Meter joined the Volusia Manufacturer’s Association at a networking event at Persimmon Hollow Brewing in Deland, Florida.

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Persimmon Hollow is a local micro-brewery specializing in American and Belgian-style craft ales. It houses eight fermenting tanks - that’s 5,000 gallons of combined capacity - used to create specialty beers with names like Daytona Dirty Blonde and Beach Hippie IPA.

While they were there, the team received a tour from Andy Sistrunk, the brewery co-owner. They saw how CO2 was used in the brewing process. With hundreds of similar micro-breweries using our CO2 safety alarms, this event was the perfect opportunity for them to see where CO2 safety alarms might be utilized.

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“We learned a lot,” said Melyssia. “And the beer was great too,” she added. Everyone agreed.

Posted by CO2 Meter on January 22, 2016.
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