Details3/16" Beer/ Gas Line is FDA rated, odorless and tasteless. Also rated for use as gas lines, if a tight fit is desired. Heat tubing in a glass of hot water before connecting. 1/4" beer line is recommended if used in lengths of 10 to 25 feet. The 3/16" beer line is the best size use for most home systems. 6 feet will give a great pour in the 8 to 14 psi range. Provides proper restriction for runs under 10 feet. 6 feet is recommended for a foam free pour.
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4.3 / 5.011 ReviewsNot. Odorless. At. All.After soaking in PBW for more than a week, these tubes still smell and taste terrible! I have to pour out the beer that sits in the tubing every time pouring a new beer. I recommend doing more research and spending a few more dollars for quality lines. No need spending money building a keg system only for the beer to come out tasting like rubber because of trying to save a few dollars on lines.March 8, 2017Purchased
1 year agoResponse from Midwest SuppliesThank you for the review. We have passed this along to our product team to investigate and Customer Service will be following up soon.March 12, 2017Todd JStaffIt's flexibleThis tubing will send you on a bender.January 11, 2016Good tubing, odor freeThe tubing doesn't impart a plastic taste to my beer, and is good quality, as opposed to thin cheapo tubing I've seen others use.September 18, 2013Good for my tapsI have several sections of 6 feet or less. No odors and doesn't easily crimp or pinch thus blocking the flow.October 9, 2013Great product!This is really good line. It takes various connections really well and holds up great over time. It's strong enough that you can leave it hooked up when carbing your brew and yet flexable enough to run it pretty much anywhere. It will tend to discolor over time but a good cleaning seems to resolve that.November 14, 2013I use a lot of itI replace my lines every year so my beer is never affected by off flavors. This is the line I've been using because of the material and the price.November 14, 2013Good linesGood price for lines, they don't easily kink, and don't have a nasty plastic smell.December 14, 2013Good tubingIt doesn't retain off flavors and odors and is pretty strong. It doesn't kink as readily as other tubing and is flexible. _x000D_January 3, 2014Good clean tubingFavorite tubing I have used so far, like it better than the 1/4" tubing. No plastic taste, use at least 10 feet per tapMarch 13, 2014
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