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Old 10-31-2010, 09:42 PM   #1
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Default Brewvint Alkaline Brewery Wash

I've done a search, but I can't find any information on it.

AHS sells it for pretty cheap. Link (Click link, then click on ">> Click Here To Proceed To Link Destination <<")

Can anyone tell me how this compares to PBW or Oxiclean? I'm guessing it's pretty similar to Oxiclean, but I'm not sure.

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Forrest was sending out samples a while back and I used some. For me, on normal soil loads (kegs, fermenters after primary, etc.) it worked as well as PBW and Oxiclean. If my water was such that Oxiclean was not an option (i.e. hard water), I would probably be a big fan of it over PBW because of the price.


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I sent out samples of Ultimate Brewery Cleaner (similar to PBW) and Cleanitizer (similar to One Step). The Alkaline Brewery wash is a newer item and I haven't sent any samples.

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I sent out samples of Ultimate Brewery Cleaner (similar to PBW) and Cleanitizer (similar to One Step). The Alkaline Brewery wash is a newer item and I haven't sent any samples.

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What is the difference between the Ultimate Brewery Cleaner and the Brewvint. I have some brewvint but haven't used it yet. I was going to try it instead of oxiclean.
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What is the difference between the Ultimate Brewery Cleaner and the Brewvint. I have some brewvint but haven't used it yet. I was going to try it instead of oxiclean.
Brewvint is our house brand for all of the products we make including cleaners and sanitizers. Use Cleanitizer instead of Oxyclean. Cleanitizer is a no rinse and Oxiclean has to be rinsed thoroughly to remove the soda ash.

Ultimate Brewery Cleaner is similar to PBW at a much cheaper price.

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So what is the difference between Ultimate Brewery Cleaner and Alkaline Brewery Wash?
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Brewvint is our house brand for all of the products we make including cleaners and sanitizers. Use Cleanitizer instead of Oxyclean. Cleanitizer is a no rinse and Oxiclean has to be rinsed thoroughly to remove the soda ash.

Ultimate Brewery Cleaner is similar to PBW at a much cheaper price.

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So where does the ABW fit into the mix?



edit: Beerrific beat me to it.
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The Alkaline Brewery Wash is best for really stubborn soil that just wont come off.


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