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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Download our device brochure absolutely free.  Find out exactly why the LineClenze device could be the best business decision you make in 2016.  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 small plastic LineClenze Device. This device is attached to the wall. This piece of kit is plugged into an electrical socket. It generates an oscillating electrical impulse, which agitates the yeast that gather in the beer lines. This reduces the build up dramatically, allowing a longer time between beer line cleaning sessions, with a minimum of 28 days. Up to 12 beer lines can be attached to a 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.

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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

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

LineClenze beer line cleaning powder

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All things beer related…


UK Inflation set to increase beer prices!

Anheuser-Busch, the world’s biggest brewer (Budweiser/Corona/Stella Artois) has indicated lately that due to a sharp increase in inflation, the price of beer could also increase drastically as a knock-on effect. The brewer has publicised that it has been facing increased cost in the UK that ultimately would eventually fall on to consumers as a residual effect of higher costs. The rise which could be in effect within the next two years currently has no definite information with regards to just how much the increase would be but still, a worrying effect for the UK beer industry no doubt. While the national average for a pint of lager in the UK is currently at £3.58, research has found that some of the more expensive London areas who are currently paying an average of £4.20 could be stung the worst by the proposed increase. Inflation has soared by 2% since late 2016, with the Consumer Prices Index measure of inflation rising from 0.6% to 2.6% in July 2017 according to the Office for National... read more

Camper van creation project goes viral

Ever not had time to go to the pub after a long day’s work? Wish the drink could come to you instead? This was exactly what a West Midlands man thought and decided if he couldn’t go to the pub, he might as well construct his own. Ben Levy, 29, spent a substantial amount of money converting his VW camper van into a mobile bar complete with refreshments, snacks, seating and even a dart board. The idea came about after realising that his job meant that he had little to no time to visit his local for a few refreshments after work. Having put spare time into the construction of the bar/van, he and his mates now enjoy spending free time sitting around the unique conversion instead. Ben and his creation were first spotted by a fellow enthusiast at a convention and since then his story as well as his van have gone viral with thousands of shares and stories written about the unusual work. The van which was originally bought in 2014 can be hired out for weddings and other special events and can fit up to 4 people cosily inside. Ben said, “It has just been a case of doing it up on my days off. It took me a few months earlier this year to completely transform it. I have basically done it all by myself. The pub down the road is still our local but there is not much time to go out because of work and it is just somewhere to escape from time to time.” So, there we have it. If you find... read more

The Great British Beer Festival – 40th Anniversary

The Great British Beer Festival (GBBF) is in full swing once again this year and is currently running till August 12th. However, this year is slightly different! 2017 is the 40th anniversary of the festival and as such it’s even more exciting than ever. But first, a slight history of the event for those who may not be familiar with the festival. The GBBF is an annual event organised by CAMRA which presents a selection of cask ales and alcoholic beverages from all around the world as well as being home to the Champion Beer of Britain awards. The festival offers around 900 different beverages, 450 of which are beers from British Breweries as well as over 200 foreign beverages from breweries all around the world including the USA and Belgium to name a couple. Some of the more unusual brews this year are noted on the festival’s website by beer writer and expert, Tim Hampson and can be found below: Kingstone 1503 Tudor Ale, at 4.8 per cent, is brewed to a 500-year old recipe. Markedly different from modern beers, 1503 is deep chestnut red, lightly hopped, yet full of chocolate, coffee and malt complexities. Black Sheep’s Holy Grail, at 4 per cent is the official beer of Monty Python, full flavoured it has a bitter finish. For people who are keen to sample a sour beer, look out for Tiny Rebel’s Mojito Sour, at 3.9 per cent. A new sour beer, it is flavoured with mint and lime to give it a punchy Mojito flavour. (Source: https://www.gbbf.org.uk/beer-finder/ Credit to Tim Hampson.) Do you plan to visit the GBBF this... read more

Discovering Beer – Crazy & Unique Tastes!

Following on from our world beer week on Twitter last week, we have decided to write a short list of what we found to some of the craziest/unique beers that have ever been brewed. Bear in mind we are only scraping the surface of some of the world’s beer creations and this list is purely what we found after some research! So, without further ado, let’s get cracking! First up, from the Brewmeister brewery in Scotland is the highly potent “Snake Venom.” Clocking in at 65% ABV it even has a warning label on the bottle to only drink one in one sitting! The product is surprisingly hard to get hold of however and, is rather expensive, so make sure to know what you’re getting into if you do decide you fancy one! Looking for something that’s literally out of this world? Brewed from actual asteroid dust, Dogfish Head Brewery made a beer that catered to those wanting a taste of space. Sadly, due to the immense cost involved in brewing something that uses ingredients from space, only one batch saw the light of day so all that we can do now is dream. It doesn’t end there though, with literally hundreds if not more unique flavours around the world, expect to see more exotic beers as people come up with them. Below is a short list of some strange flavours that have been used in beers! Mamma Mia Pizza Beer – Dubbed the world’s first culinary beer, this is still available in numerous places online and offers a margarita pizza taste! Voodoo Doughnut Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Ale... read more

The British Beer and Pub Association – Supporting the Industry

Here at LineClenze we hugely support those who support the industry we so enthusiastically work for. One such organisation is the British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA), arguably the hospitality industry’s largest and most influential movement representing a huge portion of the UK brewing community as well as ownership of around 20,000 of the nation’s pubs. Offering various insights and articles on various events within the industry, the BBPA are a critical part of the keeping the industry up to a high standard wherever you may be based. Whether it be offering useful statistics whether it be Total beer sales or the price of a pint as well as various news articles including entries to the Annual BBPA dinner & awards, they are worth checking out if you have a vested interest in the industry today! Through their website you can find all the above-mentioned information and more, whether it be information on various campaigns across the hospitality industry as well as more general information that is beer and pub related such as various heritages, behind the scenes documents as well as talking to people in the community. If you wish to find out more information about the BBPA you can do so either via their website (www.beerandpub.com) or via Twitter (@beerandpub). Similiarly if you wish to learn more about us at LineClenze, be sure to explore our site here or contact us directly either via the contact details at the top of this page or through our social media (@lineclenzeinfo). Have you had any notable experiences with the BBPA? Or have they helped you in the industry in... read more

A Brief History of Beer

Beer! We all know it, we all love it but where did it come from? What influences did it have on civilisation? There’s a wealth of knowledge regarding beer and its history that goes back thousands of years and yet, despite how much we regard it in society today not many of us really know that much about it. For instance, did you know that beer is the oldest recorded recipe in the world? Chemical tests of ancient pottery jars reveal that beer was produced way back in 3,500 BC as well as being one of the first times fermentation was used. Early evidence of beer is a 3,900 year-old poem honouring Ninkasi, the patron goddess of brewing, which contains the oldest surviving beer recipe, detailing the production process of beer from barley via bread. Of course, back then, beer was not the delight it is today with its various flavours and tastes that relax the senses. Back in those days beer was described as being “often thick, more of a gruel than a beverage” with drinking straws often being used to avoid the solids left over from the fermentation process! Not so much yum-yum anymore eh?! One of the more known early uses of beer was during Ancient Egyptian times where, during the building of the Great Pyramids of Giza, each worker got a daily ration of 4 to 5 litres of beer to serve as a refreshment and nutrition, vital to the pyramids’ construction! During the Industrial Revolution, the industrialization of beer became a reality. Further innovations in the brewing process came about with the introduction of... read more