- KEEP YOUR HOMEBREW LINE BACTERIA-FREE: Clean home kegging and fermenting lines to remove bacteria buildup, yeast, and sugar so they do not contaminate your brew with the G. Francis® Nylon Bristle 36” Inch Long Flexible Scrub Brush Cleaner – Cleaning Keg & Fermenter Line Tube Hose & More
- MAXIMIZE BREW TASTE: Using this brush maximizes brew taste since the yeast, sugar, and bacteria buildup does not make it to your glass; 36-inch (91.4cm) length makes it perfect for cleaning brew tubing, soda keg tubes, dip tubes on your Corny keg, racking lines in your brewing operation, or even the sight glass on your kettle; Works on any surface material (copper, vinyl, plastic tubing applications)
- SOFT TOUCH: Tubular-shaped brush on one end and loop end on other; Nylon bristles softly scrub away buildup without damaging the tubing; Total insertable length of 35 inches (88.9cm)
- GET TO THOSE AWKWARD ANGLES: Entire length of brush is flexible to even work with curved tubing (angled less than 90 degrees)
- EASY TO USE: Choose between a 3/8-inch or 1/2-inch wide brush for either 3/8-inch or 1/2-inch ID tubing; Both brushes have a 3-inch (7.6cm) brush length and 33-inch (83.8cm) handle for an over length of 36 inches (91.4cm); Feed the flexible stem (brush end first) into the tubing and gently scrub the inside while working the brush back out; You can also use powered brewery wash (PBW – not included) mix with warm water to clean even the filthiest tubing (recommended, not required)
Anyone who has tried cleaning homebrew tubing knows that it is difficult to thoroughly clean inside the hose. Well, not anymore! If you have had enough of contaminated hoses and having to replace them at regular intervals, you need to G. Francis® Nylon Bristle 36” Inch Long Flexible Scrub Brush Cleaner – Cleaning Keg & Fermenter Line Tube Hose & More. This brush maximizes brew taste because the yeast, sugar, and bacteria buildup does not make it to your glass. The brush has soft nylon bristles that scrub away buildup without damaging the tubing. Simply feed the stem (brush end first) into your tubing and gently scrub the inside. The entire brush is flexible to work with curved tubing that is angled at less than 90 degrees. Choose between a 3/8-inch or 1/2-inch wide brush.