Beer Line Cleaner – comes in clear or purple – for use with licensed trade cleaning
- Cleans and sanitises pumps, lines and equipment
- Fast results
- Removes residue
- Easy to use
- Rinses away easily
If you are using your beer line regularly, it is advised to clean your beer lines every two weeks, but once every six weeks should suffice at a minimum. It may be most convenient to simply clean and sanitize your lines between each keg you hook up to your draft system.
A beer tap is a valve, specifically a tap, for controlling the release of beer. While in other contexts, depending on location, a “tap” may be a “faucet”, “valve” or “spigot”, the use of “tap” for beer is almost universal. This may be because the word was originally coined for the wooden valve in traditional barrels. Beer served from a tap is largely known as draught beer, though beer served from a cask is more commonly called cask ale, while beer from a keg may specifically be called keg beer. Beer taps can be also used to serve similar drinks like cider or long drinks.