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