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Brauerei Aying is upsizing its cellarage area

“The nicest thing about Munich is the road to Aying” – this somewhat provocative advertising slogan from the Brauerei Aying Franz Inselkammer brewery is still as true as it ever was. In early 2018, on precisely this road, eight new in-house fermentation and storage tanks from Krones will be wending their way to the village of Aying, 25 kilometres to the south-east of Munich. Because at the drinktec the proprietor family sealed a contract with a handshake for upsizing the capacities of its cellarage areas by around 25 per cent – complete with the requisite piping and interfacing with the Botec process control system.

The privately owned firm had already commissioned a new brewery back in 1999 with Krones as the general planning partner. Back then, this was regarded as one of Europe’s most modern brewing facilities. “Krones is our long-standing, reliable partner. They’re renowned for their quality. That’s why when it came to expanding our cellars we opted for Krones once again,” says Franz Inselkammer junior, who together with his father Franz Inselkammer senior and the Senior Brewmaster Hans-Jürgen Iwan visited Krones’ stand at the drinktec in Hall B6.

Fig.: Shaking hands on the contract: from the left, Felix Will (Krones AG), Hans-Jürgen Iwan (Senior Brewmaster and Technical Plant Manager at the Aying Brewery), Henning Feyerabend (Krones AG), Franz Inselkammer senior and Franz Inselkammer junior (both of them proprietors of the Aying Brewery), Matthias Pohl (Krones AG)

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