keg sanitizing

Thu Jun 09, 2016 10:57 am

Hey Folks,

We are a small microbrewery from Atlanta and we are currently looking to optimize our sanitizing process. We usually rinse the kegs with hot water under pressure and manually sanitize them. What we were looking for is for a solution to connect the "sanitizer" in line with the hose that goes to the kegs, so that we save time and accomplish two things at once. We usually use PAA(per acetic acid) for that.

The image below shows the hose that goes to the keg. The water flow is controlled by the valve. The sanitizer should probably look like that. See the photo.

Please let me know if you know any companies that manufacture such containers for this purpose. I have searched the internet but couldn't find anything. Also please let me know if you can come with a better solution. We are looking for a cost efficient, automatic solution.

Thank you.

[edited by moderator to show image urls because inline image tags didn't work]
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Re: keg sanitizing

Thu Jun 09, 2016 11:13 am


I'm sure someone here will chime in, but you may get more professional level responses on's forum ... sage-Board

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Re: keg sanitizing

Fri Jun 10, 2016 7:19 am

Thank you BDawg. I will post my message there too.
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