Wild Wolf is currently brewing out of a store-front in Nellysford, VA. They utilize a large customized homebrewing-scaled system, that features three stainless steel vessels (I believe they were 55-gallon vessels, but I could be wrong). The vessels are located in a single tier, so they use impeller pumps to move brewing liquor and wort around. Beer undergoes primary fermentation in food-grade plastic fermenters, which are stored in large chest freezers for temperature control. After finishing primary fermentation, the beer is pumped into stainless bright tanks in a cold room for aging and conditioning. Finished beer is available for tasting at the front of the building and is sold in growlers. In addition to selling beer, Wild Wolf also operates a homebrewing supply business and has a large supply of items for sale in their store.
Wild Wolf is currently finalizing plans to open a commercial-scale brewery and restaurant in a location nearby. They hope to have the new location open in the next year or two.
Thanks to Wild Wolf for the tour and tasting. It was inspiring to see how innovative nanobreweries can be to get their operations up and running. I wish them success in their future endeavours and look forward to hearing what is in store for them next.
Pictures from the event are below. I apologize for their quality, as I only had my cell phone on hand to take them.