Beverage Tubing (3/16 in. ID)

Beverage Tubing (3/16 in. 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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Mike B on Oct 10, 2019
for ice coffee keg
czinny on Sep 25, 2019
Mike B on Oct 10, 2019
Replacing hoses
Michael M on Oct 8, 2019
for ice coffee keg
czinny on Sep 25, 2019
to improve beer flow
RONALD P L on Sep 11, 2019
Need new kegging lines since I inherited someone's keezer that has been out of order for way too long.
Nathan C on Aug 28, 2019
Perfect sizing for feeding beer to tap out of keg. Much less bubbles than 5/16 I was previously using. I also use 3/16 for clearing filter and running clean water to my glass cleaner
Jordan B on Jun 10, 2019
Old lines need replacing
Shawn G on May 10, 2019
Need it
Michael W on Apr 18, 2019
Keep on hand grains.
Joel M on Mar 16, 2019
Because it's totally tubular!
Timothy W on Mar 9, 2019
Why not, can always use more tubing.
Mark P on Mar 9, 2019
Serving beer
Avery Colomb on Mar 8, 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
Ken 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
Replacing hoses
Michael M on Oct 8, 2019
to improve beer flow
RONALD P L on Sep 11, 2019
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
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.

5.0 / 5.0
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Quality tubing free of defects
Showed up on time and in perfect condition! Tough wall tubing that Is flawless and crystal clear. Free of defects. Easy purchase after reading several previous reviews
100 feet of clear tubing
Tubing showed up on time and flawless, now running 8 taps
March 16, 2019
7 months ago
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
1 year ago
Great quality
Flexible, clean, good flow. Much easier to work connectors into than the cheap hose I had before.
September 14, 2018
1 year ago
Quality tubing
Better than the cheap stuff I got from Amazon. No complaints
August 29, 2018
1 year ago
Works great
Works great! As advertised! Mmm beer!
March 21, 2018
1 year ago
Perfect. Just right length.
February 21, 2018
1 year ago