MARKS’ engineers the best energy-saving craft brewing system in the industry and it’s launching soon! We know that the resources needed to brew a single barrel of craft beer—like electricity and water—can take a serious bite out of your profits. That’s why we’ve spent time crafting a new, energy-saving system that will help reduce your ongoing costs to start up a craft brewery, providing you with greater profits in the long run. Think a cheap overseas solution is best for your craft brewery startup? Think again and learn more about our new EnergyCraft(TM) Brewing System today.
In our earlier blog posts (found below), we clearly identified the energy-sucking problems associated with craft brewing. While it’s a fun and rewarding (ok, and kind of sexy!) business, it’s time to help small business owners everywhere squeeze more profits from this centuries-old craft. Improving the energy-efficiency of craft brewing not only helps increase profits for business owners, but it also has a very positive impact on the environment, too.
Our first blog post noted that securing and analyzing data in your brewing system is a big key to improving its overall energy efficiency. In blogs 3 and 4, we discussed the importance of understanding and controlling how much energy is required to heat and cool in the brewing process in order to save energy and reduce expenses. What we haven’t told you yet is that there is a solution to all these problems, one we have been working on for some time.
All of MARKS’ shop lights are motion activated, leading to considerably less electricity waste.
Reusing is the name of the game. MARKS has not purchased wood, packing peanuts/paper, or boxes in over 5 years. Everything that comes through the door is reused.
After a full day’s work, MARKS sweeps the floor to collect the little particles of stainless steel that have collected on the ground, then sends those sweepings to the recycler. After all, stainless steel is 100% recyclable.