"D" system is the most common system used in the U.S., also known as American Sankey. It is used by all the major breweries–Anheuser—Busch, Miller, Molson—Coors, and Labatt as well as most craft breweries. Click here for an expanded listing of beers that use the "D" system valve.
- Makes it quick and easy to clean party pumps, short distance commercial beer systems, or even home keg refrigerators
- Cleaning takes less then 15 minutes! See our instructions
- Keeps the beer tasting brewery fresh by removing buildups (of bacteria, molds, yeast, and beer stone) from your beer lines, faucet, and keg coupler
- Everything needed for cleaning is included
- Remove cleaning bottle cap. Make sure dip tube is attached to bottle cap, if not hold under hot water before applying to cap to prevent tube from splitting
- Mix warm (not hot) water and detergent per manufacture's instructions on container
- Place bucket under beer faucet
- View Setup Beer Line
Cleaning Beer Line
- Disconnect coupler from keg and connect to cleaning bottle
- Engage keg coupler, bottle will pressurize filling the line with cleaning solution
- View Cleaning Beer Line
Rinsing Beer Line
- Dis—connect keg coupler from cleaning bottle
- Pull pressure relief valve on bottle to relieve bottle pressure
- Unscrew bottle cap. Discard unused solution and thoroughly rinse bottle
- Refill bottle with cold fresh water
- Re—connect keg coupler to bottle
- Engage coupler. Bottle will pressurize filling the beer line rinse water
- Open faucet to allow cleaning solution and fresh water to flow out
- Allow bottle to empty completely of rinse water
- View Rinsing Beer Line
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Proposition 65 Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.