Cellar-Tek, supplier to the commercial
Winery, Brewery, Cidery & Distillery Industry.

From Fermentation to Filtration, Processing to Packaging
We’ve got you covered...and then some.

ABOUT US

Cellar-Tek is proud to support the beverage industry
with years of experience and knowledge,
having winemakers and brewers on staff.

Cellar-Tek, supplier to the commercial Winery, Brewery, Cidery & Distillery Industry across Canada & North America. Founded in 2004 Cellar-Tek was born from the idea that wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries wanted honest, local, technical service and support from their equipment & supplies distributor. Operating under that model, Cellar-Tek has grown from its humble beginnings in the heart of the Okanagan, British Columbia wine region to encompass 15 employees. Now operation from two fully stocked warehouses, one located in the Craft Beer district of Kelowna, and the other in St. Catharines, Ontario to better serve the Niagra wine country.

We are continually searching our global network for the finest quality equipment, products and supplies for the beverage production industry. We encourage you to browse our website for your winery, brewery, cider making or distilling needs.


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AQUA-FOAM is a high-performance foaming alkaline descaling agent used to remove deposits and residue found on the exterior surfaces of basins/vats, equipment, walls and floors in the food & beverage processing industry.
Prevention or elimination of browning in white wines and juices. Color protection in Rosé .
The main characteristic of this yeast is the high production of glycerol and polysaccharides. It produces full-bodied wines characterized by nuances of red fruit and dry figs. Its nutritional demand is substantially lower than average. Its low SO2 production and low malic acid consumption make this yeast ideal for wines that will go through a malolactic fermentation
Double Belt press with pneumatic belt tensioner, automatic belt control, high pressure belt cleaner and brush cleaning system for the belt. The mash is applied to the belt in a uniform layer by the adjustable metering box, at the end of the pressing sequence the pomace is removed from the belt by a scraper. In combination with our WAR65 washing system, the level of the metering box is automatically supervised and controlled.
Filter for fermentation lees, fresh juices, unfermented lees, young wines
The industry's most sought after sheet filters

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