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.


Read More

FermoBrew Acid - AEB

3000 kg/h. Washing system consisting of washing vessel, vertical auger-type elevator and add-on centrifugal mill RM40. The pivoting turret allows the upper section to be rotated through 90° to save space during operation and make cleaning easier.
50L SS304 keg for yeast storage and dosing.
Fan
Fan Innerstave provides extraction similar to a new premium label oak barrel.
Perfect for the plant, field or even in a lab, this simple, yet powerful turbidity meter offers impressive features.
This is very versatile yeast, effective both in primary fermentation and in the re-start of stuck ones. It is considered a fructo-phylic yeast (consumes fructose, the sugar usually left behind in stuck fermentations). It is resistant to very high temperatures and high alcohol (34°C, 94°F and 17.5% alcohol). The cells flocculate very well and the wine is easy to filter just a few days after the end of the fermentation. It produces moderate amounts of SO2 and glycerol. Glycerol production is much higher at high fermentation temperatures (28C/82F)
Gentle Giants, progressive cavity eccentric screw pumps

Between Two Barrels - Beverage Industry News & Blog