Professional grade beer line cleaning equipment. Pressure cleaners, two stage cleaning kits, cleaning cans, cleaning solutions, brushes and accessories. Regular cleaning of the beer line, faucet, and keg coupler is extremely important. If cleaning is not done, bacteria, yeast, mold, and beer stone will build up and quickly degrade the quality and flavor of draft beer. A few minutes spent cleaning on a regular basis will greatly add to your draft beer enjoyment!|
Cleaning Tips - After line cleaning is a good time to make sure the probe o-rings and bottom seal on the keg coupler are in good condition. Also check the friction washer, coupling washer, and shaft seat on the faucet. Make sure the probe o-rings on the keg coupler are properly lubricated, (with a food grade lubricant), to prevent wear and tear that can occur when the keg coupler is tapped and untapped to the keg. Residential applications, cleaning should be performed after every keg or at a minimum of every two weeks. Routine cleaning is essential to maintain quality and fresh taste.
PLEASE NOTE: Only use cleaning chemicals specifically designed and manufactured for beer line cleaning. Only chemicals specifically manufactured for beer line cleaning will dissolve the buildups of bacteria, yeast, mold, and beer stone that occur with draft beer. And for safety it is very important that all directions on these cleaning chemicals be followed completely.