DetailsYou strive to design and brew great beer, why would you dispense it through dirty tap lines. Great beer deserves well maintained lines. This kit makes cleaning easy. To use simply fill the reservoir with a cleaning solution (such as BLC or ALC), remove the tap, disconnect the ball lock fitting or keg coupler, and attach the cleaning pump to the faucet shank. Then using the hand pump push the cleaning solution through the lines. We recommended cleaning your lines every 2-4 weeks. For the best results use a caustic cleaner (Penetrate, DAC, or BLC) every third cleaning, and an acid line cleaner every fourth cleaning. Always be sure to rinse thoroughly with water after cleaning.
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3.8 / 5.06 ReviewsSpendy but it does a good job of cleaning my linesIts a good cleaning tool, and convenient, just wished it cost less.April 5, 2014Good ideaThis is a good idea but honestly not worth the price. It is overall a good cleaning tool if money is not an issue.February 26, 2014Good for Sanke keg usersIts a fast way of cleaning your lines, and you don't have to break down and reconnect lines either. Just remember to remove the keg couplers.February 1, 2014OK if you need to clean and don't have a kegI got one of these and realized that you need to take your plastic keg couplers off in order to push the cleaner through the lines. While this item may be useful for those who need to clean lines connected to a sanke, for my corny kegs, I just put some BLC in the keg, pressurize it, let it sit in the hose for awhile and then drain it out.February 1, 2013Good cleaning toolA little pricey but it does a good job of cleaning my lines. You have no choice but to clean your lines, unless you want bad tasting beer. Its pretty easy with this. Put it this way after using it you will be like Homer saying "Doh" when you realize how much time you could have saved all along.December 31, 2012Keg brewer's necessity but...same model can be found elsewhere for much less ... even with tap brush and wrench bundled to boot. This is surprising since Midwest is usually at least price competitive if not the best. Glad I got one though as it makes my neglected beer lines look as as good as new and seems to improve on the taste of my beers already tapped with better head retention. _x000D__x000D_Be sure to screw off the coupler (ball lock) from your lines and soak it along with your disassembled tap head in a bucket where the cleaning solution will run off too. Brush all the internal parts. If you do an ALC treatment as well as a BLC. Do BLC first, then a rinse out, then ALC, followed by another rinse out before reassembling and re-kegging. _x000D__x000D_The gasket for spigot attachment comes loose, so be careful no to loose it.February 15, 2010
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