HOMEBREW Digest #5711 Mon 09 August 2010

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Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2010 14:24:11 -0700 From: "Keith Christian" <keithchristian at roadrunner.com> Subject: Cleaning Kegs Hi, What is the appropriate method of storing / cleaning kegs? I have kegs with SS couplings welded in them. I use brass nipples and ball valves and usually leave everything connected after brewing. When ready to brew, I rinse off, run brushes through connections, and soak / clean with Oxyclean. I have just a little sight and can tell the pipes and ball valve are darker than they were when I purchased them years ago. Is Oxyclean a good regiment for cleaning them up? Or, should I just purchase new ball valves and nipples? I have not brewed in over a year and I am ready to get back in to it! Thanks, Keith Return to table of contents
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