Details5/16" inner diameter tubing is the usual size for gas line tubing used on keg systems. Ours is commercial grade, and clear in color so you can see your beer.
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4.8 / 5.05 ReviewsGood price for this lineThis line doesn't have the nasty plastic smell that some lines have. It doesn't give off any flavors or smells that will affect the taste of the beer.December 27, 2013Holds up over timeIts strong and doesn't kink easily, and its flexible enough that it can be bent and threaded everywhere. I clean the lines regularly and replace the tubing yearly.November 26, 2013Best Beverage Line I've FoundWow, 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 15, 2013Nice tubingTubing is great but...it's not red. I wanted to run all red for co2 but they don't seem to carry it anymore.October 8, 2013Good for the 1/2" auto siphonI have 6' for my auto siphon. Its hard to clean so I end up discarding it after a year or two of use. I heat it in hot water so I can get it on the auto-siphon.September 24, 2013
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Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 6 answersSo this can be used for CO2?BEST ANSWER: You might get away with it for a short period, but be careful with it as it ages it becomes brittleWhat tubing goes with auto siphoning?BEST ANSWER: The 5/16" ID Beverage Tubing works with the auto-siphon I have. Check with the size auto-siphon you bought.Is this tubing pvc free?BEST ANSWER: It is not PVC free, although it is BPA free.