Beer Line Cleaning Kit by Kegconnection
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- Cleaning Bottle is marked in both ounces and ML and is Made in the USA. Plastic connection for connecting the cleaning line directly to the tower or standard shank
- Featuring 8 oz. bag of "Brew Clean" - a safe, and easy powered form cleaner, Made in the USA
- Metal Faucet Wrench helps remove your faucet Made in the USA, and attach cleaning kit to your system, Brush allows deep cleaning of Faucets
- Ball Lifter for holding check valve ball on beer coupler (also called tap) open so liquid can pass through beer coupler (no need to remove like some cleaning kits!)
- Some of the easiest to follow, best written instructions in the industry!
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I do mine every other keg. Every two months
Do not get new keg until this process is finished.
After keg is empty unplug unit. Untap keg. Shut off co2 at the tank. I do not remove the Co2 hose from tap
Find a short bucket. (I cut down an old 5 gallon paint bucket to about 6 inches tall) place inside kegorator and place the keg tap (with all hoses attached) in the bucket.
Remove the beer dispensing valve up top with supplied wrench. (don't dissemble yet just set in tupperware) now screw the supplied red hose with rubber washer in its place. BLOW in hose. Your checking for a tight fit.
IMPORTANT! if you hear air coming from the dispensing valve you need to tighten or add the washer. Your solution will not fill hose if this is not sealed. Stick the tap bypass thing in the keg tap in kegorator. (this allows solution to flow.)
You do not need a gallon of water
About 1 quart of hot water for the bottle and 1 cup to soak the parts
Add a TBS of solution to the bottle and a 1/2 tsp into a small Tupperware to soak the dispensing parts.
With hot solution in bottle screw it onto the red hose.
Here is the fun part. Get a low stool. Sit in front of fridge. You have to tip the bottle upside down and allow solution to fill hose, come out of keg tap, then pull the wire out of the keg tap to stop the flow and allow the solution to become trapped in the hose.
Don't squeeze to hard. It will flow with very little pressure, gravity and siphon will begin and fill up line. If solution does not flow try this instead of squeezing bottle. With bottle upside down slowly unscrew the bottle from the hose. This will pull air in and start the flow. Re-tighten bottle.
When line is full of solution pull pin. set the bottle down and leave for 60 mins.
Wash the other parts in the Tupperware. Leave for 60 mins.
Wash the dispensing parts in water and re-assemble.
Place the pin back in the keg tap and allow the flow to begin again.
Like before slowly unscrew bottle from red hose and allow flow to begin. re-tighten, repeat as needed (bottle will collapse on itself from suction) now empty into bucket. Repeat two times with water to clean lines.
Remove red hose, re-attach tap, turn unit back on, clean everything up and go get another keg.