Bucket Blaster - Keg and Carboy Washer

Bucket Blaster - Keg and Carboy Washer

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  • Quickly clean kegs and fermenters while you tend to other tasks
  • High flow rate pump provides a powerful blast that coats the inside of the vessel
  • Use it for cleaning or sanitizing with your favorite solutions
  • 15L bucket provides a much larger reservoir compared to other models
  • Everything included in the system neatly fits inside the bucket for easy storage

The Bucket Blaster is a convenient and effective system for cleaning and sanitizing kegs, carboys, and other brewing vessels. The beauty of the Bucket Blaster is that you can set it and forget it. Simply set up the keg washer basin with your cleaner or sanitizer, set your vessel over the jet nozzle, power up the pump and let the Bucket Blaster do the work while you tend to other tasks. Perfect for homebrew kegs, carboys, FermZillas, or bucket fermenters.

This unit comes with a 15L (3.9 gal) bucket, which doubles as a storage container when you are not using the system. Other keg washers come with a very small reservoir that make it a pain to move, as liquid spills over the sides easily and generally they just do not work as well. The Bucket Blaster's large 15L reservoir makes it much less likely for you to spill liquid on the floor, and since it can hold more cleaning solution, each cleaning cycle will be that much more effective.


  • Submersible Pump - 2,000 L/hr
  • 15L Bucket
  • Powerful Jet Nozzle
  • 9.5 mm EVABarrier Tubing
  • Gray and Black Ball Lock Disconnects
  • Duotight fittings for all connections

Kegland Part Number: KL15905



Item # KEG304
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 7 LBS
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Why did you choose this?
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Gonna win that super soaker fight, this time.
Brian S on May 12, 2021
I was looking for a better alternative to the kitchen sink to clean my Anvil Foundry brewing system.
John G on May 7, 2021
Gonna win that super soaker fight, this time.
Brian S on May 12, 2021
Price and flexibility
Rocky K on May 12, 2021
I was looking for a better alternative to the kitchen sink to clean my Anvil Foundry brewing system.
John G on May 7, 2021
I need a keg and carboy cleaner.
Gary A J on Apr 23, 2021
Tired of soaking and moving kegs full of PBW
Marshall L on Apr 17, 2021
Cost and Size
Stuart B on Mar 20, 2021
looks cool :)
Jonathan K on Mar 19, 2021
Way cheaper than the S brewtech one and looks to do the same thing
Christopher W on Mar 19, 2021
To help wash my larger items
David Ott J on Mar 19, 2021
Many positive reviews and always dread cleaning my kegs
James R on Mar 15, 2021
Merlin J Foard on Mar 12, 2021
Looks effective for cleaning kegs, carboys and other kitchen items.
Ryan H on Feb 4, 2021
Cheaper than the Mark 3 keg washer
Russell Alongi on Jan 29, 2021
I have kegs to wash and
Christopher Allen on Jan 20, 2021
Need a quality keg cleaner at a good price
Marvin Altman on Jan 9, 2021
I already purchased one and works like a charm
Jerry John Hernandez M on Dec 31, 2020
I wanted a powerful cleaner that I didn't have to build (and over spend on) that would clean diptubes and keg at once. I just hope that I can modify for fittings to interchange the tubes to accept both ball- and pin-lock kegs.
Chris Davinroy on Nov 18, 2020
Should help make cleaning & sanitizing my keg a lot easier.
Christopher K on Nov 3, 2020
Price and Reviews
Jerry John Hernandez M on Oct 30, 2020
Kathleen W on Oct 21, 2020
Compact storage. Price. Old DIY cleaner died.
Jay E on Sep 30, 2020
Price compared to other similar products and not much m ore than building one.
Richard D on Sep 14, 2020
I like that it is self contained and has a large reservoir
Chris L on Sep 14, 2020
I don't have a keg cleaner
TJ on Aug 26, 2020
To Clean
Eric T on Aug 19, 2020
About a third of the price of SS Brewtech model sold on this site
roul c on Aug 13, 2020
Need a better keg cleaning solution
Valued C on Aug 13, 2020
favorable you tube review
bil a on Aug 13, 2020
Tired of hand cleaning and sanitizing kegs and fermenters
Richard D on Aug 12, 2020
Husband does homebrew
Suzie J on Aug 11, 2020
Try it out.
Edward on Aug 7, 2020
I have a Marks keg washer but looking for something more complete.
Wade S on Aug 7, 2020
It should save time and cleaning /sanitizing agents
Scott L on Aug 7, 2020
My son wanted it for his birthday
Sophia on Aug 7, 2020
Ronald S on Aug 7, 2020
Better option to clean carboys and kegs
Bryan S on Jul 30, 2020
Price and flexibility
Rocky K on May 12, 2021
I need a keg and carboy cleaner.
Gary A J on Apr 23, 2021
Will a 1/2” NPT fitting work on the spray end of this?
William Haumann on Aug 21, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Yes. I just received this and the CIP ball I had purchased fits directly on the end of the threaded tube (long nipple). Since that's PVC and the CIP fitting is stainless, I'm not sure if I'll apply any pipe tape to it. I'll do a test run in the next day or so. Since I'll be using it to clean out some sanke keg fermenters to use on Saturday.
Can this be changed to PIN keg fittings?
Cory Barrow on Aug 5, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Yes it can! All you need is the plastic Pinlock QDs and it will setup exactly the same way.
What is the diameter of the frame?
Branden Borden on Aug 18, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The metal frame is about 10 inches at widest point. The bucket is between 11 1/4 and 11 1/2 inches.
Will a single handle corny keg work with this product?
Andrew Rae on Feb 3, 2021
BEST ANSWER: It's definitely trickier with single handle kegs, but it can work. The stand is designed in such a way that with some effort, you can often find a way to sit the keg in a spot where the handle is mostly clear of the stand and the keg will sit on its own, but it's not ideal. But more commonly, I put the washer in a corner and that way, an ill-fitting keg can lean into the corner for support. The downside to
that is that since the water orifice is a single hole, the evenness of the spray coverage is somewhat dependent upon the keg being mostly vertical.
I see a previous post where it is explained that this could be converted from ball to pin lock fittings. Is it possible to equip this with MFL fittings as I have several of pin and several ball lock cornies?
Chris Davinroy on Nov 1, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I believe you can. You may need to supply a couple of barbed MFL fittings and the ball/pin lock fittings. The unit comes with the duo-type push on fittings that connect directly to the barbed ball lock fittings. There’s a collar that you can depress to release and replace with pin lock barbed fitting. I’m not sure how long the duo-type connector will last with repeated replacement. The barbed MFL fitting may be a better option.
Does this system work with KOMOS type curved top kegs?
Joe Keesling on Aug 9, 2020
BEST ANSWER: It's not nearly as steady without a ring around the top of the keg. With small kegs, I manage fine. With a 5-gallon keg, I think some sort of support is necessary. I have a convenient spot outside my garage where the brick walls form an inside corner where I can prop up my one troublesome keg.

I also prefer to use two buckets. A standard 5-gallon bucket for washing and a second for rinsing. That way, I can just lift out the frame, pump, and keg altogether and move them to the other bucket. A big labor savings when cleaning multiple kegs. Also, the PBW tends to foam, so the added capacity of the larger bucket helps contain it.
What's the temperature rating for the pump? Can I buy the set without the pump and use my riptide pump?
Timothy Chilcoat on Aug 13, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The kit is only sold as a complete set and the pump cannot be removed. The pump can be operated safely with fluid at 150 degrees fahrenheit or less indefinitely; momentary exposure to 190 degrees will not cause lasting damage, but continual operation at that temperature may.

4.3 / 5.0
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Rated 5 out of 5
Great product, very happy I purchased!
Very glad I bought this, before I was filling kegs with hot PBW and doing a lot of siphoning, soaking, and scrubbing. Now all I have to do is fill the bucket with hot PBW and I can clean multiple kegs in a fraction of the time with no more heavy lifting, or siphoning! All I do is fill with hot PBW run for 15 minutes fill with fresh water run for 5 then 3 minutes with Saniclean, and I'm good to go. I plan in the future to use multiple buckets and make the process even easier! Only thing negative I can say is it didn't come with instructions to put it together, A quick YouTube search and you can find others putting it together to help you though.
April 22, 2021
Rated 5 out of 5
Awesome, simple product!
I've been considering a keg washer for a while now but didn't really like the [then] current offerings.
When this product came to my attention ON SALE, it immediately fell into my cart.
I'm more than pleased with the ease of use and effectiveness on getting the crud out of my carboys. I still strip out my keg posts, but it still does a nice job.
Knowing what I do now, I would gladly buy this product from MoreBeer again without delay.
Thanks, All.
April 1, 2021
2 months ago
Rated 2 out of 5
No instructions
The item itself works great. Would recommend. But there is zero assembly instructions to be found. Not even in their online DB. I had to go to Youtube to find some guy who figured it out.
March 29, 2021
2 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Works good
The Bucket Blaster is my second keg washer. I also have the Mark II. They both get the job done and I use them both. I like then Bucket Blaster a little better because it came with everything needed the clean the ball lock posts and dip tubes (ball lock fittings, tubing, DuoTight fittings). The Mark II came with a couple fittings to connect to pump, but I had to provide my own ball lock fittings and tubing. The Bucket Blaster setup also sends more flow to the posts / dip tubes (less flow restriction with the DuoTight fittings), so I'm modifying my Mark II to have the same setup. I'm using the Bucket Blaster to wash and the Mark II to rinse when I'm cleaning several kegs at one time.
March 24, 2021
2 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Back saver
I was hopeful it would work as advertised. I was super impressed at ease of set up and how well it worked. 6 stars if I cold. AND , you can't build one cheaper.
March 16, 2021
2 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Love it!
Works like a champ! I can line up kegs and clean, rinse and sanitize without prune hands. And stores in a lidded container.
February 8, 2021
3 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Clean Kegs
Definitely does what it's supposed to do. Love it!
February 5, 2021
9 months ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Great performance and can't beat the value
I have this unit from KegLand and "the other one" as well. I like them both very much as they both deliver the goods cleaning corny kegs. In addition to the price point, I love that this one comes with the ball lock cleaning assembly so I didn't have to make one up. That said, with the bucket that comes with it, I find it's a finicky and tight fit getting the keg securely on the stand and the ball lock disconnects situated just right. FWIW, I find it works best if they are aimed away from each other as opposed to towards each other. Counterintuitive, but better in my experience. I'd definitely buy it again.
February 2, 2021
3 months ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Worth every penny but not without flaws
Awesome value for the price. I have cleaned a big mouth bubbler and two corny kegs so far, and it has done a better job than I ever have in the past. I’m docking a star for the lack of any instructions whatsoever, and the frame is slightly too tall for the bucket, meaning the lid has to be forced closed. A little more QC would go a long way
February 1, 2021
3 months ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Great for carboy, not so much for old keg.
I wonder if I'm doing something wrong or using a faulty unit. First my unit was missing parts but morebeer was great in sending replacements. So I set this up to clean some old kegs that had beer sitting in the bottom of for a year (sealed so it was mostly still liquid). I first rinsed it until it ran clean then put it on the washer. Came back 20 minutes later and still beer on the bottom of the keg, waited a hour still beer. Remove the liquid line and waited another 30 minutes, still beer. In the end I had to get the keg brush and clean the keg the old way and it even looked like after 30 minutes of the liquid line having water running through it I still got some grime from a brush.

Very disappointed on the keg and not quite sure it's a time saver.

Next connected it to a very dirty caked on plastic carboy and started it, 20 minutes later it was clean and didn't require the washcloth shake around trick, very happy on carboy.

For the keg it seems like the short 1' PVC pipe doesn't generate enough pressure to blast stuff off the bottom of the keg. Great for plastic carboys though.
January 12, 2021
4 months ago