Fazus Posted April 16, 2021 Share Posted April 16, 2021 Hi guys, After failing funding in 2018 on my other project we are finally back for a new venture here in Texas and this time around things look very promising. I have been back at building a business case for our seed funding round and I have a pretty good picture where I believe we are aiming to be. At the moment we are looking at two alternatives Alternative 1: 20 BBL HLT, 10 BBL Mash house, 4 10 BBL Fermenters and 250 Gal Hybrid Still Alternative 2: 40 BBL HLT, 20 BBL Mash house, 4 20 BBL Fermenter and 500 Gal Hybrid still Right now it really down to marketing and funding strategy on the sizing but in the mean time for utilities I took the decision that we will probably size for alternative 2 altready upfront. However the numbers I have gotten for Steam and cooling seams kind of unreasonable to me. I so far only have one offer for each but I figured I would reach out to you guys to see if anyone has any comparable numbers: We aim on running both the mash house and the still simultaneously Cooling: Glycol cooler + cold water skid + buffer tank: 70,000 dollars. 50 HP boiler + startup support: 115,000 dollars. I also cannot recall number i used last time for actually piping the things but for a 20 BBL system with a mashhouse still and 4 fermenters what would you consider in labour and parts for boiler piping and glycol assuming the utilities are max 50 feet away? Any input will help as this is defintely a significant portion on the investment. /Jonas Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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