"S" system is used by many European breweries, also known as European Sankey. Distinguished by it's longer, narrower probe than the D System. It is used by breweries such as Heineken, Becks, Amstel Light, and Pilsner Urquell. Click here for an expanded listing of beers that use the "S" 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
Cleaning Beer Line
- Dis—connect coupler from keg and connect to cleaning bottle
- Engage keg coupler, bottle will pressurize filling the line with cleaning solution
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 Setup Beer Line
- View Cleaning Beer Line
- View Rinsing Beer Line
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Important information regarding Prop. 65 for CA residents.
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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.