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Collection: Cleaning Keg

Why do we need to clean the keg?

Hygiene and sanitation: Kegs are often used to store and transport beverages such as beer, cider, or soda. Over time, residue from these beverages can accumulate inside the keg, leading to the growth of bacteria, mold, or yeast. Cleaning the keg helps remove these contaminants and ensures that the beverages served from it are safe for consumption.

Flavor preservation: Residual flavors from previous beverages can linger in the keg and affect the taste of the next beverage. Cleaning the keg removes these flavors, ensuring that the fresh beverage being served maintains its intended flavor profile.

Carbonation and dispense quality: A dirty keg can lead to issues with carbonation and dispense quality. Residue or contaminants in the keg can obstruct or clog the dispensing system, resulting in inconsistent carbonation levels or unwanted flavors in the poured beverage. Cleaning the keg helps maintain proper carbonation levels and ensures a clean dispense.

Longevity of equipment: Regularly cleaning the keg helps prevent the build-up of sediment or deposits that can damage the keg or associated equipment. By keeping the keg clean, you can extend its lifespan and reduce the Cleaning the keg is essential for maintaining beverage quality, ensuring hygiene, and maximizing the longevity of the keg and associated equipment.