Cold Crash™ Fine Line Draft System Cleaning Kit
We're strong believers in the phrase Brew. Share. Enjoy. And as a homebrewer, you want to always Share and Enjoy your best beer possible. The last thing you need is a dirty tap line. But tap lines are hard to clean, so much so, that brew pubs hire the job out. What is a homebrewer to do? Introducing the Draft Brewer® Fine Line Draft System Cleaning Kit. Everything needed to make sure your kegerator or home bar is free of pint-ruining gunk.
The Fine Line Draft System Cleaning kit works by allowing you to daisy-chain your serving lines together with a unique set of jumpers. Then fill the Cannonball® mini keg with Beer Line Cleaner and, using your existing CO2 system, force the cleaner through the lines. Just like the pros do.
The kit includes everything needed to clean 2 lines. Perfect for smaller home bars and commercial kegerators. Yet, it is easily expandable for even the largest home bars and keezers with additional jumper add-on kits.
- Draft Brewer Cannonball Small Batch Mini Keg
- Ball Lock Jumper
- Tap Line Jumper - Maximum distance between taps is 10"
- BLC 32 oz.
Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Simple and effective, love it.
This kit is ideal for a dual draft line system, which is what I currently employ in the draft room. Very easy to setup and fast at cleaning. The hardest part is the wait while the cleanser sits in the lines for around 20 minutes. The second hardest part is refilling the mini keg with water for flushing and a final sanitizer rinse. That's it. No holding a bottle upside down or constantly pumping a bottle to force your cleanser through the lines.
Nice stuff. Good price.
This is perfect, not only can you clean two taps at a time, but you have a gallon and a half keg to stick in your fridge.
Great concept,, the only problem I had is the liquid out post was to big for the ball lock fitting to go on,, so I had to remove the o-ring place fitting in a drill press and turn the dia. Down about .015 to get any of my fittings on it. Then all is good.