Monthly Archives: March 2016

Three Phase Power for Brewing – Voodoo Brewery Tour

This video is from our recent trip back out east to Voodoo Brewery in Meadville, Pennsylvania. The brewery is loaded with history dating back to the early 1900’s and makes exceptional barrel aged beer.

To run their equipment, they use an American Rotary AD phase converter to deliver a quality supply of power that is both high in performance and cost effective.

Join us as we go behind the scenes to take a look at their operations as well as talk with some great people we met out front in their pub! Looking to start a brewery of your own? Check out these 5 Tips for Starting a Brewery as Part 2 of this 2-Part video series.

As you can see, the building that the brewery occupies was built in 1900. A lot of times in buildings both new and old, three-phase power is not readily available. As a result, the first option many people explore is having the electric company route three-phase power to their building. However, whether your location is far or close for them to do that it is costly and more expensive than purchasing a phase converter to not only do the same thing, but deliver the precise amount of power you need and be scaled as needed.