Beer Line Cleaning Tools
No beer line cleaning process is complete without a proper set of beer line cleaning tools. Whether you’re cleaning your home kegerator or the dispensing system in your bar, there are always tools to make the cleaning process easier and more effective.
Our team at BeverageCraft have been experts in beer equipment and parts since 2014 - we understand the real needs of craft beer enthusiasts and offer the most useful tools at affordable prices. Feel free to browse our selection and choose the right part for you.
Should you have any questions regarding a beer line cleaning tool you’re interested in, contact our team via live chat, email or phone - we’ll be there in an instant to provide you with professional consult and assistance.
Beer Line Cleaning Tools from Beverage Craft
Our beer line cleaning tools lineup includes:
- Faucet wrench - used for connecting/disconnecting beer lines to the faucet. A must-have tool for anyone who wants to do beer line cleaning the right way
- Faucet brush - used for removing beer stone and other nasty stuff that won’t come off the walls and threads of the faucet by itself
- Complete forward flush cleaning assembly - a nice little device to go with a beer cleaning kit with a hand pump
- Coupler brush for D and S systems
- Dip tube
If you’re not sure how to clean beer lines and what to use to clean beer lines, be sure to read our quick guide here. In general, it’s a simple process that most people without serious DIY skills can handle at home.
A typical beer line cleaning procedure includes the following steps:
- Shut off the regulator on the CO2 tank and disconnect the tank from the kegerator
- Disconnect the beer line from the keg and put its end into a bucket
- Remove the faucet using a faucet wrench
- Mix the beer line cleaning solution with warm water in the beer line cleaning bottle that comes with any cleaning kit
- Connect the cleaning bottle with a hand pump to the faucet
- Run the cleaning solution through the system a few times using the hand pump
- Empty the bucket, fill up the bottle with clean water and repeat the procedure a few times to rinse the solution off the system
- Put everything back together
That’s it! Your home dispensing system is ready for the party.