Beer Piper is an automated line cleaning system here is information we have copied from their web site.
The key benefits of Beer Piper
Consistent, repeatable, programmed line cleaning every time. Fresh water final rinse/flush ensures no ‘after-clean’ taste.
With a selection of fast, effective cleaning programmes, you save valuable time. This also means you clean when you want to, and just as importantly, when you are open!
Using our beer line cleaning systems, you can spread the product cleans throughout the week, maximising the opportunities to sell the beer in the beer pipes before you do the weekly clean. By the time your customers have finished their pint, Beer Piper has completed the line clean and you are ready to serve great pints again.
No more hand mixing hazardous cleaning chemicals and with our neat under-bar drainage system, no more transporting of heavy jugs or buckets of water and diluted beer pipe cleaner to the nearest sink. The Beer Piper system mixes the neat beer line cleaner with fresh water, ensuring the correct dose regardless of flow rates.
Easy and straightforward to use, Beer Piper can be used by any member of staff using the easy to follow picture guide. The bar control unit enables the system to be operated from the bar.
Why choose Beer Piper?
Businesses want to reduce costs and increase sales to make a profit. Manually cleaning beer pipes has been the mainstay of draught beer retailers for generations, however, the manual method of cleaning is traditionally messy, costly in beer wastage and time consuming. That’s where Beer Piper provides the method to reduce beer wastage costs and increase sales by allowing you to sell the beer before each line clean. Our beer line cleaning system removes all of the negative elements of a manual line clean and replaces them with time and money saving alternatives.
If you are using the Beer Piper system. Help others make an informed decision as to whether it is suitable for them in the comments section below, by adding the Pros and Cons of your system. E.G. Is it cost effective? Is it reliable? Is it easy to look after?