Great beer, less cleaning, increased profits.

  • Reduced beer waste and increased profits
  • 5 year parts and labour guarantee
  • Investment earn-back within 12 months
  • No ongoing costs
  • Over 25 years helping pubs save money
  • Leaders in research, development and innovation

Beer Line Cleaning…

Nobody enjoys cleaning beer lines – it’s a chore, it’s expensive and it involves throwing away perfectly good beer.

StayClean have been helping pubs, clubs and bars to reduce their costs and increase their profits for more than 25 years.

With a StayClean system installed you can reduce line cleaning frequency and make some significant savings*.

Most importantly: the beer you serve will taste just as fresh as it always has.

Happy customers and increased profit on every barrel means everyone wins. That’s the StayClean Advantage.

Typical Savings

*an average bar with eight lines, each containing three pints of beer can expect to save approximately £3,000 per year by reducing line cleans from weekly to monthly.
Try our calculator to see how much you could save.

  • StayClean does not affect taste, as it never comes in to direct contact with the beer.
  • The system is installed without making any changes to your existing cellar – our equipment fits around your current cellar set-up, complies with insurance requirements and is approved for use by breweries.
  • Running costs are as low as £30 per unit per year – less than £10 per line.
  • When you do need to clean your lines you simply follow your standard process
  • All StayClean installations are backed by our 5 year guarantee covering parts and labour.
  • You start saving from day one.

How it works

StayClean beer line cleaning systems use digital technology and high quality antenna cables to develop a lossless ultrasonic signal that gently pulses the beer in the lines.

This action slows the build-up of yeast clumps and bio-films that tarnish the beer in the lines.

Our system has been tested and proven by the Department of Sonochemistry at Coventry University, by Professor Mason and his team.

For the detailed beer boffin explanation, read our science bit here.

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Cellar Temperature Monitoring

StayClean DS6 features an on-board sensor for cellar temperature monitoring.

Cellar temperature is a key factor in maintaining beer quality. If your beer is getting warm in the cellar your lines will need cleaning more frequently, as the conditions are perfect for the cultivation of bio-films and pollutants that spoil the flavour and pour of your pints.

The calibrated sensor on the DS6 constantly monitors the local cellar temperature, displaying the current reading on the unit’s LCD screen and storing reporting data on the device for later download.

Compact Design

The StayClean DS6 is a small and discreet device, measuring approximately 140mm x 100mm x 60mm.

Designed to treat 4 beer lines per unit, the DS6 is usually located close to the fob detector / cellar buoy. This ensures that there aren’t cables trailing around the cellar and also provides a temperature reading at a critical point in the dispense system.

In larger cellars, the compact design and 4 line treatment means that individual DS6 units are installed around the cellar. This also offers the added advantage of distributed cellar temperature monitoring, helping to identify any warm spots which may be impacting beer quality on certain lines.

Mobile App

StayClean have developed a mobile application on the Android platform. The app connects to the DS6 device via Bluetooth and provides environmental event notifications, most notable of which are safe temperature threshold breaches.

The threshold is set at 15 degrees Celsius and any instance of a temperature breach, which may impact the quality of the beer, is recorded and saved on the device. This data can then be downloaded via the Bluetooth connection for review and analysis.

Additional information, such as continuous run-time of the DS6 device, is also logged for download. This will help to identify any periods where the device has been switched off.

All data feeds can also be downloaded and emailed to StayClean for troubleshooting analysis.

Proudly Made in Britain

All of the hardware & software required for StayClean products are designed & manufactured in Britain.


Doing some catch-up reading at StayClean. Interesting stats from @inapub - more than 34% of 2000 people surveyed by Brewhouse and Kitchen said beer was their favourite tipple: https://t.co/6AFEDg7rR2

Feeling philanthropic?
Craddocks Brewery have a crowndfunding page set-up aiming to launch a not-for-profit bar in central Birmingham:
https://t.co/UoOSc9GDQf

Is there enough beer to go around?

The Daily Mash: Britain Not Drunk Enough to Accept Boris Johnson as Prime Minister:

https://t.co/IA8zhE0fxm

We poured both beers in to new beakers to stir up whatever funk had settled over the past 48 days.
Untreated beer (right) is thick + opaque.
StayClean treated beer (left) is still bright + clear. Look closely + you can see the Malvern Hills through it.
Science For The Win!
Woop! https://t.co/AGcgGxyC08
cleanbeer photo

final Beer Science (ish) close-up.
@HookyBrewery finest has posed up a storm - ooh, look at it, in all its close-up glory.
We're going to pour them out in a minute.
@rankinphoto can then rest easy, as cannon fodder is retiring from photography, citing artistic stress. https://t.co/HFa3A71V4g
cleanbeer photo

Beer Science (ish) final photos below.
On the left we have StayClean treated beer: nearly 7 weeks in + its still looking pretty good: clear, palatable and no sediment forming.
On the right, the untreated (less fortunate) beer looks cloudy, sad + sludgey.
Beer Science (ish) FTW! https://t.co/AxPSoK2Wlv
cleanbeer photo

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“I personally test at least 5 pints a week, & it always tastes great to me!” Graeme @ Aberdeen Bowls