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Beverage Tubing (3/16" ID)

Beverage Tubing (3/16" ID)

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This is premium beverage tubing that stays flexible even when cold. We use to sell a less expensive tubing but we were not satisfied with the performance on our own draft systems. We think it is definitely worth the little extra cost.

3/16" is the best size for most beer lines under 9' in length. Ideally, 5' provides the correct restriction for serving beer in the 8-14 psi range.

Technical Specifications: 3/16" line provides 2.2 lbs of restriction per foot. Ideally pounds of resistance should equal pounds of applied pressure. 3/16" line holds 1/6 of an ounce per foot. Made from PVC. 7/16" OD

"By the Foot" quantity ordered will be shipped as a single uncut length. Maximum length available is 100 ft.

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replacing airlocks because of too many blowouts
Ryker H on Feb 16, 2019
Replacing old beer lines
Marc K on Feb 5, 2019
replacing airlocks because of too many blowouts
Ryker H on Feb 16, 2019
Changing tap lines
Matthew M on Feb 15, 2019
Replacing old beer lines
Marc K on Feb 5, 2019
Best Price
Joe B on Jan 22, 2019
John M on Jan 8, 2019
To replace current tubing
Roger W on Dec 28, 2018
Keg lines
Matthew C on Dec 27, 2018
Research tells me the smaller ID increases resistance = shorter line required
Nathan H on Dec 15, 2018
Brian S on Dec 14, 2018
building a 2 keg system
CLINT S on Dec 11, 2018
does not hurt to change out
wells j on Nov 29, 2018
has worked well before; pliable over 1/4 inch barbs; doesn't need clamps
Mookie on Nov 17, 2018
As a "jumper" between my Sankey tap and a barb/flare fitting to connect a Sankey keg to the rest of my homebrew kegerator
Christopher M on Nov 17, 2018
started kegging my home brew
Bryan C on Oct 6, 2018
Replacing old lines that just look like it is time to replace.
Tim H on Oct 2, 2018
current lines aren't restricting flow enough. trying this one since its the smallest line
Bryon D on Sep 24, 2018
Good product. Need to replace often
Ben M on Aug 30, 2018
can't clean old lines
Hank van B on Aug 7, 2018
Came in 10ft length and beverage grade
Zach A on Jul 24, 2018
Dave M. on Jul 16, 2018
To replace the beer lines in the kegerator
Jose O on Jul 11, 2018
combination of length, quality and pricing
Jonathan V on Jun 26, 2018
Replace tap lines
Joshua H on Jun 13, 2018
Keg Cleaning
Cameron M on Jun 5, 2018
10 ft length can be great balancing a draft system with highly carbonated beers
Quinn B on May 30, 2018
Cheaper here than other places
Theodore B on May 16, 2018
perfect length for my kegerator
Mark A on May 15, 2018
I'm building my first keezer.
Michael E on May 14, 2018
need more
Thomas M on Apr 30, 2018
Great hose at a great price! I use for craft beer bar systems.
Kenneth B on Apr 12, 2018
jockey box
john partin j on Apr 4, 2018
building a keezer
Valued C on Mar 23, 2018
needed for a keezer build
Christopher B R on Mar 16, 2018
Replacing old tubing
Michael H on Feb 13, 2018
Replacement for existing kegerator tubing
Kenneth V on Jan 29, 2018
To replace some draft tubing and for closed transfer from conical to keg
Scott Yaklofsky on Jan 15, 2018
Easier than cleaning beer line
Valued C on Jan 10, 2018
Changing tap lines
Matthew M on Feb 15, 2019
Best Price
Joe B on Jan 22, 2019
What is the NSF rating of this tubing (51, 61, something else)?
Robert Freiderich on Aug 28, 2018
BEST ANSWER: NSF-51 is stamped on the tubing.
If I am closed pressure transferring from chronical to keg at 1.5 lbs, what is the ideal length of beer line to use?
Scott Yaklofsky on Jan 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I would go with a bigger beer line personally for that transfer, then you can go longer distances with less restriction issues. I find a 7-foot line for this to usually be ample. Too short and gets frustrating, too long and the length slows it down.
Vinyl Tubing - 3/8 in ID x 5/8 in OD Beer Line - Per Foot
Vinyl Tubing - 3/8 in ID x 5/8 in OD Beer Line - Per Foot

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Great tubing
Tubing is great. BUT, 5 feet is not long enough for 8-14 serving psi. You'll get a ton of foaming, especially when you try to fill growlers from a keg. I switched to a 10 foot line, and growler pouring has been a breeze.
November 27, 2018
7 months ago
Great quality
Flexible, clean, good flow. Much easier to work connectors into than the cheap hose I had before.
September 14, 2018
5 months ago
Quality tubing
Better than the cheap stuff I got from Amazon. No complaints
August 29, 2018
7 months ago
Works great
Works great! As advertised! Mmm beer!
March 21, 2018
11 months ago
Perfect. Just right length.
February 21, 2018
1 year ago