THE LINECLENZE DEVICE IS A SAFE, ECO FRIENDLY SOLUTION TO KEEP BEER LINES CLEANER FOR LONGER.

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HOW MUCH CAN I SAVE WITH LINECLENZE?

Use the beer line cleaning savings calculator to work out just how much money you could be saving with one of our devices installed. View our testimonials for device reviews.  See what our satisfied customers say.

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FREE Brochure – get it today!

Download our device brochure absolutely free.  Find out exactly why the LineClenze device could be the best business decision you make in 2018.  Click the image for your download, or alternatively click the link here. Download your free brochure here.

LineClenze Beer Line Cleaning.

How does it work?

A wire antenna is wrapped around the outside 20 cm of the beer line. The other end of the wire is attached to the  LineClenze Device.  The LineClenze device generates an oscillating electrical impulse, which agitates the yeast that gathers in the beer lines, reducing the build up dramatically, allowing a longer time between beer line cleaning sessions, with a minimum of 28 days. Up to 24 beer lines can be attached to a single device. Check our our informative videos.

LineClenze Device

LineClenze Device

A simple yet very effective system.   LineClenze keeps beer lines cleaner for longer, therefore saving time and money.
LineClenze Powder

LineClenze Powder

Lineclenze kills 99.9999% of two of the main causes of beer spoilage, Lactobacillus brevis and Saccharomyces cervisiae.
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LineClenze Testimonials

A selection of satisfied customers who are using the LineClenze system today.

KEEPING BEER LINES CLEANER FOR LONGER.


LineClenze Beer Line Cleaning.

Installation instructions.

Our device is incredibly easy to fit.  All is revealed in the video here, but if you have any questions, just drop us an email.  We are here to help!


The Beer Line Cleaning Device is a simple yet very effective system.   LineClenze keeps beer lines cleaner for longer, therefore saving time and money. We also supply a beer line cleaning powder.  To find out more about our system and powder, contact us. Alternatively download our free information pack here.

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LineClenze Benefits

The extended time between cleaning the beer lines saves time and money by:

Saving on ullage, up to 75%

Saving water

Saving time/labour

Saving cleaning materials

Extending the working life of the beer line

And, the quality of the beer is maintained

Environmentally Friendly.

Number of beer lines

Days between cleaning

%

Saving on ullage

COST EFFECTIVE.

LineClenze saves you money and time.

How much does it save you?

Study the facts and figures here, or use the savings calculator (to the right) to discover just how much your business could save every year with LineClenze. LineClenze savings

The LineClenze Device is environmentally friendly.  It is non-invasive with no interference with existing cellar equipment. The savings / profitability is immediate.

An Example.

If there are 10 product lines, with a 3 pint pull each, 30 pints are lost with each clean, every week. If a pint is approx £3.50, that is £105 a week lost.

By increasing the time between cleaning, that saves £105 a week, so 3 weeks saves £315.00, then clean on the 4th week.

Annually this is a saving of £4095.

For a chain of 6 inns, that would represent an annual saving of £24,570.

Savings Calculator

LineClenze savings calculator

OUR BEER LINE CLEANING POWDER IS A SAFE, ODOURLESS, ECO FRIENDLY CLEANER WITH MANY USES.

LineClenze beer line cleaning powder


All things beer related…


Scottish distillery produces world’s strongest gin

For those gin lovers of you out there, The Twin River Distillery has created the world’s strongest gin, with a whopping alcohol strength of 77%. The distillery, based in Banchory, Aberdeenshire, have created a limited supply of 101 bottles with the launch taking place at the Gin Festival: North East. The previous record that The Twin River folks have now beaten was believed to belong to a Swedish distillery sitting at 76%. Funnily enough, Bombay Sapphire unwittingly took the title last May when a batch of its gin, usually weighing in at 40% ABV, was recalled by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency after it was found to have an alcohol content by volume of 77%. Ryan Rhodes, brand ambassador for Twin River said: “You have to appreciate that most gins are 40-50% ABV so care must be taken when drinking this spirit and a small amount definitely goes a long way.” So, remember to drink in moderation people! Any gin lovers of you out there who might decide to get hold of a bottle? We’d love to hear your thoughts on this new strongest gin, and, as usual, should you wish to contact us you can do so either at the top of this page via our contact info or on our Twitter... read more

Guinness unveils new non-alcoholic product

Attempting dry January? Still feel the urge to enjoy a cold pint? Good news! Guinness have recently unveiled their latest product, a brand new, non-alcoholic lager. Open Gate Pure Brew is a full flavoured, non-alcoholic lager and something which Guinness are hoping will be a game changer in the industry. Historically, non-alcoholic beverages that have tried to imitate the real thing have come off as tasteless, dull and not a great comparison to the boozy drinks we all know and love. It’s easy to throw the non-alcoholic beverage off as a bit of a novelty but the market for this type of beverage is larger than perhaps some people realise. In late 2017, Tesco launched a low-alcohol wine range, something which fellow retailer Aldi have been tapping into for a while, adding four more low ABV wines to their own range in August. Guinness introduced its first non-alcoholic beer, Guinness Zero in 2014 to try to tap into the sober drinking market. Available in 330ml bottles, Open Gate Pure Brew will be initially rolled out to 250 pubs in Dublin in this month before being distributed throughout the rest of the nation in March. “From the start, we were determined to brew a non-alcoholic beer with the same process we’ve perfected over the last 259 years. It has taken two years of experimentation, but we’ve come up with a way to fully brew beer using a special yeast strain that only produces a very limited amount of alcohol.” – John Casey, Guinness Lead Brewer. So, will any of you be trying this new non-alcohol product? Have you tried this... read more

Bar Etiquette: Would you speak up to served?

Imagine the scene. It’s late evening, you, and several others are jostling shoulder to shoulder at the busy bar. You know that the staff member is overworked and struggling to keep track of which person is next. The man next to you shouts and points to himself (even though you know for sure he’s only just arrived) …do you speak up? Or do you quietly shrink back into the scrum and wait for your turn to be served? We’ve all been there at one time or another and it’s never a fun situation. YouGov recently published their findings on the matter of British pub etiquette and the results are quite interesting. The data reveals that when faced with a barperson who’s not kept track of whose next in line, Brits are keen to ensure fairness for others in the queue but noticeably less so for themselves. In fact, if a person found themselves inadvertently jumping the queue (because the barperson had assumed they were next and asked them what they want), an overwhelming 91% responded by saying they would speak up and answer that someone else was next. However, should the situation be reversed (with a barperson asking to serve someone who had been there for less time than them) only 44% of Brits said they would speak up while just over half (51%) would keep quiet and wait for the staff to get around to them. Reportedly, the divide is down to age with younger Brits being less likely to speak up for themselves than their elders. While just 11% of 18-24 year olds would tell the bar... read more

Bored while shopping? Morrisons has your back!

We all know what it’s like. You’re slowly trudging round the store, bleary eyed from a long day at work and you wonder why you must carry out another one of life’s chores. The weekly shop. But, worry no longer! Morrisons, one of the UK’s leading retailers has opened a bar in one of its supermarkets! You read that right. You can now buy a pint while doing your weekly shop at the branch in Guiseley near Leeds. According to the Yorkshire Evening Post, the bar, which is located at the café will be known as Barista.  At the time of writing, there is a selection of beverages including a local ale as well as wine, bottled cider and lager. Leeds City Council has given Morrisons a modified off-license that allows it to sell alcohol from 6am – 12am. So, maybe not enjoying a pint after a long day at work but still! If the scheme goes well and is received positively, we could all soon be enjoying a nice pint while trying to remember what was on our shopping list! Do you live near this branch? What are your thoughts on this new idea when it comes to the shopping experience? We’d love to hear from you! You can reach us either through our social media (@lineclenzeinfo) OR by using the contact information at the top of this... read more

Wisconsin man gets locked in beer fridge, decides to start drinking

Yes, you read that right. We were going to go with a slightly more informative article this week but come on now, this sounds so ridiculous we had to double check to make sure it’s true! Plus, it’s Friday, so let’s have some fun! Indeed, a 38-year-old man from Wisconsin, US, found himself locked in the beer fridge of the Kwik Trip convenience store. When questioned by police, the man said: “he just wanted beer.” Apparently, this didn’t fly too well as he was later charged with retail theft. The man was let out of the fridge at 6am the following morning by another customer, after which he just walked straight out of the shop. According to USA Network, Wisconsin, the man told police he decided he might as well stay inside the cooler and drink the beer. The cooler reportedly had a glass door and, had the man knocked, employees would have been alerted to his presence and he would have been easily released. Instead, however, he allegedly drank an 18-ounce bottle of beer and three cans of malt beverage as well as knocking over a stack of 30-can beer packs and breaking three of the cases open. The man has also found himself met with various praise and/or comments from social media, with some Twitter users remarking that Kwik Trip should offer him a gift card, as well as install beds and potato chip dispensers in their coolers. So, have any of you ever found yourself locked in a fridge? What do you think you would do in a similar scenario? Scream for help? Or settle down... read more

Scientific study reveals alcohol can improve foreign language skills

The study found that low doses of alcohol may help with foreign language pronunciation as discovered by testing on participants. It’s important to bear in mind that only low doses of alcohol were used…getting absolutely smashed will probably not help you in your journey to understand other languages! The study looked at 50 native German speakers who were studying at the University of Maastricht and recently picked up the local language. (The university is situated in The Netherlands.) The test participants were given either an alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverage and asked to hold a conversation in their non-native language. Researchers found that those who were slightly intoxicated due to the alcohol did in fact have better skills at pronunciation than their sober colleagues! While alcohol traditionally impairs a person’s ability to speak coherently and pay attention (especially at higher volumes) , it also increases a person’s self-confidence and as such could be expected to improve language pronunciation when a conversation is being held between a group of people. Dr Jessica Werthmann who was one of the researchers who conducted the study at the University said, “We need to be cautious about the implications of these results until we know more about what causes the observed results. One possible mechanism could be the anxiety-reducing effect of the alcohol. But more research is needed to test this.” So! There you have it, what do you think? Although the research is in its early stages, maybe in a few years having a drink or two will be the verified way to help you learn and pronounce new languages! As usual, we’d love... read more