Originally Posted by Ctforte
It seems like yu have the idea. I couldnt think of an easier way to clean the lines. Taking apart the fuaset and cleaning is a pretty important step that often gets over lookd. Commerialy we use a beer pump hookd up to CO2 and some sanke sockets with a bucket of cleaning solution. But on the home brew level I couldnt think of a better way then using corny kegs
Thank's for your input Ctforte. My article is about cleaning lines in a tower used on a Kegorator. I know that old beer can stick to the interior of the beer line, and I believe should be removed as much as possible. I think the best way is to run as much liquid through the line as possible, which isn't the same as just sterilizing the line.
As you can see in some of the other participants, some that have a line hooked up to their corny keg run a lot of liquid through the line while cleaning their corny kegs. I think they have the same idea too.
As far as the tower, your right, it does get overlooked. Hey, I tend to be lazy, and cleaning the tower requires extra effort. However, I'll make a promise to clean the tower faucet as well.