Horizontal Lagering Tanks

What is a Horzontal Lagering Tank?

Lagering is a method of beer aging at near-freezing temperatures that lasts for anywhere from several weeks to several months. Lagering takes place after fermentation has been completed. Stacked horizontal lagering tanks are used to store the aging beer after initial fermentation has been completed.  Lagering tanks are conditioning tanks where beer is stored from 1-6 months to clarify and lager before the beer is packaged or served.   

horizontal lagering tanks

Mixing Tanks USA stacked horizontal lagering tanks are unique in design. All of our lagering tanks are identical so our tanks can be stacked with either tank being the top or the bottom tank. This allows expanding breweries to buy a tank today and additional tanks in the future with the ability to stack the new tanks on top of the original tanks.

Horizontal lagering tanks

Horizontal Lagering Tanks from Mixing Tanks USA

Mixing Tanks USA lagering tank designs draw on our experience producing over 5,000 brewery and craft beverage vessels and commissioning over 375 new breweries worldwide since 2011. Our breweries deliver award winning results across every style of beer on a global stage.

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MixingTanksUSA is a business unit of Portland Kettle Works (“PKW”). Portland Kettle Works was founded in 2011 to build the highest quality stainless steel brewing and beverage equipment applications. Since then we have built and installed over 375 breweries and thousands of mixing and storage tanks worldwide. We’ve now expanded into producing the highest quality mixing and storage tanks for a variety of applications. If you need high-quality stainless steel mixing and storage tanks for conventional or custom applications, contact us and we can help you, too. And if you’re interested in the world’s best stainless steel craft beer and beverage brewing equipment, Made in the USA, click here to visit Portland Kettle Works official brewing equipment website. In addition, if you’re located in Mexico or Latin America, click here to visit Portland Kettle Works Spanish language site.