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Beer Line Cleaning Equipment
2.4 Gallon Stainless Steel Beer Line Cleaning Can with Two System D Heads included! Comes with built-in relief valve and durable stainless-steel construction. Net weight of this beer line cleaning tank is 14 pounds. UBC-LCT312(2)LCF005
Regular Price: $458.99
Special Price: $369.79
A 4 valve cleaning can with built-in relief valve, 4 American sankey heads, and stainless-steel construction. Net weight of this beer cleaning can is 16 pounds.
This beer line cleaning cup is guaranteed heavy-duty and durable. Join couplers together for easier beer-line cleaning.
A replacement Micromatic o ring gasket compatible for use with a Micromatic 1 gallon cleaning bottle. This o-ring gasket is made of durable rubber and won't compromise the cleaning of your beer-dispensing system.
This single bottle kegerator cleaning kit is very convenient to use: fill the bottle with solution, insert coupler into fitting, and connect as you would a keg. Pressure forces the cleaning solution through your beer lines and couplers.
A pressurized cleaning bottle with interchangeable connectors. This 5-liter European cleaning bottle is constructed of durable, lightweight plastic. Cap not included.
A pressurized cleaning bottle with interchangeable connectors. This 15-liter European cleaning bottle is constructed of durable, lightweight plastic. Cap not included.
A bottle cap for pressurized cleaner that's part of a beer-line-cleaning kit attached directly to your system coupler.
Serve the Perfect Draft Beer by Cleaning Your Beer Lines
Perfect draft beer has a good head of foam, but this foam can also cause the buildup of mold, yeast, bacteria, and germs in draft lines. Needless to say, unclean beer lines can greatly affect the taste and quality of the draft beer that you serve. This is the reason why it is extremely important to periodically clean your beer lines. Rapids Wholesale's beer line cleaning equipment make sure that your beer dispenser pours out fresh, clean, and great-tasting beer.
How to Use Beer Line Cleaning Kits
How to clean a beer line? Cleaning beer lines need not be difficult and time-consuming. In fact, it becomes even easier and convenient when using beer line cleaning kits. With these kits, beer line cleaning can be done in a matter of minutes. Most beer line cleaning kits include a hand-pumped cleaning jar or a pressurized beer line cleaning pump and beer line cleaning chemicals. To clean your beer lines, you need to pump them with a mixture of cleaning chemicals while letting the mixture run through the lines for a specified time, usually prescribed by the manufacturer of the chemical. Then you need to rinse off the beer line with water to wash away all traces of beer line cleaning chemicals and ensure that the draft beer is already safe to pour out.
In addition, for some bar owners, as a last stage of cleaning they also soak the beer faucet and keg coupler with water and cleaning chemicals and then rinse the faucet and coupler with water.
So how often should you clean beer lines? For commercial bars, a twice-a month cleaning of beer lines is highly recommended to maintain the quality and freshness of your draft beer's taste. A cleaning of every two weeks is also recommended for those who keep a personal bar or for those who brew their own beer.
With Rapids Wholesale's beer line cleaning equipment and beer line cleaning kits, cleaning beer lines is a breeze, and you can make sure that you're serving the best-quality draft beer possible to your customers or patrons.
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