kegerator cleaning Q

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Apologies if this has already been discussed...

I bought a Danby kegerator about a month and a half ago, have not
cleaned it all.  I need a new keg, but I want to clean
first.  I bought a cleaning kit online, but it will take about a week
to arrive, can't wait that long.  Is there a way to clean the lines
and tap using commonly found items?  Will soap and warm water do the
trick?  Please advise, and thanks in advance for answering what I
assume is a rookie question.

p.s. Barry Bonds is a cheater.


Re: kegerator cleaning Q

Do you have access to BLC or any type of keg cleaner? If so, fill an old keg
halfway with the cleaner and water, hook it up to the tower and co2 and pull
the handle. When the kegs empty, you're clean.
If no keg, put an aquarium pump in a bucket of cleaner and water, hook the
output of the pump to the faucet input, pull the handle, plug in the pump
and viola, you're clean.

As to your PS. If  Bonds did use steriods they were not ILLEGAL AT THAT
TIME. And he has never tested positive since the ban.

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Well, yes they were illegal at that time. You needed a doctors script
to obtain and use and always have, but MLB with it's head forever
stuck up it's butt didn't have any rules specifically banning the use
of steroids.
The fact they he did or didn't is irrelevant, there were no rules in
baseball and everyone else used them, he just happened to hit more out
of the park...757 and counting and I doubt he's still using them


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Hey, don't worry, A-Rod will pass him in 10-12 years...
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In the days before homebrew, I used plain warm soap and water.  I never
it would damage Bud.  Now I hear brewers using Star San and the
such.  I myself
have graduated to using BLC.



On Tap - Nothing
Kegged - Oak Aged Bourbon Porter

It is my
design to die in the brew-house; let ale be placed to my mouth
when I am
expiring, that when the choirs of angels come, they may say,
"Be God propitious
to this drinker." -- Saint Columbanus, A.D. 612
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