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KegWorks.com is fully open for business. The health and safety of our staff and customers is our highest priority.  LEARN MORE
KegWorks.com is fully open for business.
LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE

At KegWorks, the health and safety of our employees, their families, and our customers is our highest priority. As the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation evolves, we want to assure you that we are taking appropriate measures in accordance with the CDC and guidelines set by local and federal agencies.

KegWorks.com is fully open for business. At this time, our warehouse will remain fully staffed in order to maintain our fulfillment promises.

For those in the Buffalo, NY area, Local Pickup service has been suspended until further notice.

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Beer & Air Line

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Keep Your Lines Squeaky Clean

Who wants to drink dirty draft beer? The answer is no one. That’s why it’s extremely important to be diligent about cleaning your beer lines. We recommend that you clean your beer lines after every finished keg. This will ensure that your new beer pours perfectly and tastes the way it’s supposed to.

Kegworks offers a variety of beer line cleaning solutions to choose from. Our most popular option is the Economy Beer Line Cleaning Kit. Equipped with all of the necessities to scrub away any soilage, this kit comes with easy-to-follow instructions and will have your lines working like new in no time.

The Basics of Beer Line Cleaning
Understanding Beer & Air Lines

Two often overlooked but crucial components of any draft beer setup are your beer and air lines. Without these important plastic tubes, the system can’t function and you can’t pour perfect pints.

KegWorks offers beer and air lines by the foot in food-grade vinyl to fit the specifications of any draft beer system. For beer lines, we carry 3/16", 3/8", and 1/4" inside diameter tubing. The air lines come in 5/16” inside diameter, and many customers opt for red air line hose so that they can easily differentiate between their air and beer lines.